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    Fake meats

    One common misconception about veganism is that it is synonymous with a plant-based diet. While it is true that most vegans do not eat any animal products, including meat, this is not a requirement of the vegan lifestyle. In fact, there is a growing trend of vegans who do eat fake meats.

    There are a variety of reasons why someone might choose to add fake meats to their vegan diet. For some, it is a way to add more protein to their diet. Others may find that it helps them transition to a vegan diet, as it can be a familiar food. Still others simply enjoy the taste of fake meats.

    Whatever the reason, there is no doubt that fake meats are a growing trend in the vegan community. There are now a wide variety of fake meats available on the market, made from ingredients like soy, wheat, and even vegetables.

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