A strict vegetarian, who eats only foods of plant origin
Vegans are people who don't use any animal products, whatsoever. They don't consume meat, dairy, or honey, and they won't wear anything made from an animal (leather, silk, wool, etc…)
A person who does not eat meat or any animal products, including bacon, cream, eggs and milk.
Dairy-free, egg-free and devoid of all animal-derived ingredients.
A person who doesn't eat any animal derived foods including dairy products.
a person that avoids all meat products, and all products from animal sources including eggs, and dairy
a person who, although they may have the desire to eat meat, have chosen not to because they think it's wrong or harmful or unhealthy or whatever reasons they have
a person who avoids as far as possible the use of any animal products for nourishment or for any other purpose
a person who avoids the ingestion or use of animal products
a person who avoids the use of all animal products, byproducts, and animal-derived substances
a person who does not consume any food from animal source including milk and milk product
a person who does not eat any foods that contain animal products
a person who does not eat meat, fish, poultry, dairy, eggs or honey
a person who does not eat meat, poultry, fish/seafood, eggs or dairy products of any kind
a person who does not eat or buy any products made from animals
a person who does not eat or use animal products including milk, cheese, other dairy items, eggs, wool, silk, and leather
a person who doesn't consume any animal products
a person who eats no animal products at all -- no meat, fish, poultry, eggs or dairy products
a person who has chosen not to consume any animal products or byproducts
a person who is a strict vegetarian, that is, someone who does not consume any animal products, including honey, dairy, and eggs
a person who not only doesn't eat meat but also cuts out dairy products like eggs, milk or cheese
a person whose diet consists of fruits and berries
a strict classification of Vegetarian
a strict vegetarian who does not eat any dairy products or eggs
a total vegetarian who consumes no animal by-products
a total vegetarian who consumes no animal byproducts
a vegetarian for strictly ethical reasons - respecting the rights of all living creatures
a vegetarian purist who consumes no animal-derivative items such as eggs, butter and cheese
a vegetarian that does not eat any animal products
a vegetarian who does not consume any animal products, such as milk or eggs
a vegetarian who does not eat anything containing or made from dairy products - milk, butter cheese - or eggs
a vegetarian, who does not eat eggs, dairy products or honey
a vegetarian who does not eat eggs or dairy products
a vegetarian who does not use animal products including honey, milk and other dairy products, eggs, leather, silk, fur, wool, or cosmetics or soaps derived from animal products, or tested on animals
a vegetarian who refrains from consuming all animal products including milk, cheese, eggs, wool, silk and leather
a vegetarian whose diet consists of plant products only
a very strict vegetarian who eats nothing that is produced by animals, including honey
These products are derived solely from plant origin, excluding animal protein (such as meat, eggs, dairy products or honey).
A vegan diet is one which excludes any animal products.
Foods with this label contain no animal products of any kind.
individuals that ony consume plant products. They do no consume meat, poultry, or daily products.
a vegetarian who does not eat any animal products, eliminating all dairy, eggs and even honey from his or her diet
the most extreme kind of vegetarian, one who will eat no meat or animal product, including dairy products or eggs. Most will not use animal products of any sort, such as leather. An increasing number of lesbians are vegetarian and vegan.
A lifestyle which excludes animal flesh, animal products (eggs and dairy) and usually excludes honey and alternate use of animal products (silk, leather, wool, gelatin).
Plant-based diet, where people only eat products derived from plants
The most extreme category of vegetarian. One who not only shuns beef, pork, poultry, mutton, eggs, dairy, honey, and gelatin -- but also refuses to buy or use leather, wool, silk, fur, or any other animal-derived product.
A person who does not eat meat, fish, dairy products, or eggs.
(vee ghin) refers to a dish containing no ingredients of animal origin or a person who eats no items of animal origin.
More restrictive than a vegetarian diet, which excludes only meat, a vegan diet excludes dairy products as well. Pregnant women wishing to follow a vegan diet should seek the help of a dietitian to make sure their nutritional needs are met.
A "pure" vegetarian who excludes all animal-derived foods from the diet including dairy products, fish, eggs -- even honey.
Someone who eats no animal foods.
someone who does not eat any animal products
A person who does not eat foods of animal origin.
A vegetarian who eats plant products only, especially one who uses no products derived from animals, as fur or leather.
a person who does not eat animal products of any kind including meat, seafood, eggs, or dairy products.
strict vegetarian: using no animal products, dairy or eggs; animal derived products (leather, silk, etc.) not used.
One who is a vegetarian who eats no animal products, no butter, no cream, no eggs, no milk no dairy, no meat and if they have liver disease, they also avoid soy.
A person whose eats only vegetables, fruits, nuts, and grains. No animal products are consumed or used in any form. Does not eat any flesh from animals or sea creatures.
a pattern of food intake that restricts all animal products
Vegetarian who eats no dairy products or any other food derived from animals.
A strict vegetarian who consumes no animal food or dairy products. Veganism usually also excludes honey and the wearing and use of animal products (leather, silk, wool, lanolin, gelatin...). A "dietary vegan" is one who follows a vegan diet, but may use non-food animal products.
person who refrains from using any animal product, particularly as foods.
A vegetarian who eats no animal products (including milk, eggs, etc.)
A person who eats nothing derived from an animal; the strictest type of vegetarian.
one who excludes all animal products from the diet, including milk, cheese, eggs, and other dairy products.
Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock uses the word vegan to refer to fictional creatures responsible for the death of The Legend, the oldest of a plant-like species known as mounds. The concept of a vegan is based largely on the more common usage of the word (see Vegan). However, in Hancock's language, a vegan is not a person who doesn't eat meat; rather, such a person is a "vegan vessel", the victim of a vegan that has taken residence in his stomach.
A vegetarian who does not eat any animal products, not even fish, eggs, or milk.
Products that contain no meat, fish, poultry or animal by-products. (See also VEGETARIAN)
Strict vegetarian who will not eat meat or any other animal product, including milk, cheese, and eggs. A vegan may develop a zinc deficiency, important to a healthy prostate.