When you say “I’m vegan” you are expressing a whole belief system, just as I do when I say “I am a Christian.” It’s about more than going to church, it’s how we believe and behave in all we do. However, I think it’s fine for someone to say they eat a vegan or mostly vegan diet, as my family does.
Don’t get me wrong, these little girls still get a healthy does of vegan cooking, but I do include what they enjoy as well.It’s a belief system not a diet, which is to avoid any and all exploitation of animals through diet, entertainment and clothing. Just thought I would clarify, it is something that does kind of bug most strict vegans because it only hurts the cause unfortunately when people water down the meaning.I understand the point being made here for those who define themselves as vegan.She makes us so proud but we feel restricting her too much will only cause retaliation. What she means is the exact definition of being vegan, which has become very watered down recently with plant base diets growing in popularity.
So yes technically speaking you can not be mostly vegan.
Seriously, what were the chances of this happening?! Best wishes to you and your little one, Halina Haha. We’re not naive and know as she grows older she will be curious when she goes to have sleepovers and her friends eat pepperoni pizza or burgers.