A new study from folks at Texas A & M looked at the reasons why people become vegetarian or vegan. They polled people at VegFests in fourteen states and found out . . . that there is no one reason why people stop eating animal products. It’s going to take all kinds of people to build a vegan world.
Because everyone loves a survey, I’ve added a survey to Lone Star Plate asking why you initially stopped eating animal products. And I’m being mean and only letting you pick one answer. In my experience, once a person is veg for a few years, there is no longer one main reason why they don’t eat animal products. But what was the biggest influence on your decision to ditch animal products in the beginning?