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People notice, even when your approach to influence is of the “quiet” form. There’s a stereotype that vegans are skinny and weak.
And it’s a deserved one, because so many vegans have always been exactly that.
My dad’s favorite line, when he tries some of our food: “This would be great with some meatballs! ” An uncle once presented me with a single piece of iceberg lettuce on a plate and announced, for everyone to hear, “Hey Matt, look. Now, vegan pizza is just pizza in my mind, and I haven’t lost a thing.
” It’s a joke, of course, and the fact that he says it so often has itself become a joke. As it turned out the key to giving up that last bit of cheese — which I clung to for months — was simply deciding to do so. Being vegan doesn’t have to be more expensive, but it will be.
And yet, even with such a relaxed attitude and an avoidance of anything that could be considered pushy, I’d estimate that after we went vegan, we started eating dinners with family and friends about half as much as before, maybe even less.
Being vegan is a big deal, whether you make it that way or not.
We don’t try to get people to go vegan, we’re supportive when people tell us they’re eating more whole foods even when their diet is more Paleo than vegan, and neither of us is the type that enjoys debating about how anyone “should” eat.
Even after I became vegetarian, I turned this question over and over in my mind.
I knew that I wanted to quit eating animal products but just couldn’t imagine making it work.
I shop at farmers markets and co-ops and Whole Foods more than I ever did before I was vegan, and I pay extra for organic.
Going vegan led me to learn more about food, to the point that I’m scared to be hyper-selective and skeptical about what I buy. Believe it or not, this has been the toughest part for me — I lost a lot of my interest in cooking when I cut meat and then dairy out of my diet.