这 是 你们 的 Windmill Again?
First off, vegan food is delicious; I have no problem with it, or for the most part with the philosophy behind it. I do, however, have a problem with the stereotypical vegan who'd make this sort of political movement. (I'm using this example for fun, but I have the links ready to cite a German one should the need arise.)
How far does one intend to push the application of such a philosophy? (德国男人-level?) Even plants in natural environments account for animals eating their seeds and fruit - jackfruit is the example that comes to mind for both - so if plants are sentient as well, how does one determine cruelty in those situations? Is there a council in the works regarding these foods, like those for kosher and halal? How does one take into account existing circumstances for crops that would currently support such a diet, an example of one such crop being shown in these articles?
In many things "relatively" recently, but specifically in language and food, do I continue to see reasons for a Roman salute, and feel a renewed desire to lift one to those who set these standards.
Aside - interesting slogan, pink sweatshirt, though I wonder if they know they're being used as "boundaries."
Huh. Correction - ending with some good news.