Origin of veganfrom veg(etable) + -an
A vegan salad.
A person who won't eat meat, dairy or other animal products and who will not use leather or any other product derived from animals is an example of a vegan.
Origin of veganShort for vegetarian
- Relating to vegans or veganism.
- A person who does not consume, use or eat any animal products; a supporter of veganism
- Relating to Vega (the star).
- My order for a vegan meal may flummox the chef at the steakhouse.
- Best of all, if you're vegetarian or vegan, or you're throwing a barbecue and have vegetarian friends coming, offer them some grilled vegetables so they can enjoy the taste of summer without the burgers, hot dogs, steak or chicken.
- Within the spectrum of people who refrain from eating meat, some follow the diet only occasionally, others eat almost entirely processed foods, and still others live a vegan lifestyle and do not use or consume any animal products.
- Vegan and organic foods delivery services are available nationwide and provide an alternative to grocery shopping for people who can't shop regularly at stores or have trouble finding products to fit their diets and lifestyles.
- There are many simple, yet delicious, vegan recipe ideas for every meal of the day appealing to every appetite, from eggless breakfast recipes, vegan lunch and dinner recipes, plus recipes for snacks, side dishes and desserts.