On our website you will find information about veganism and a directory that integrates dining, shopping, classes, lectures, screenings, meeting groups and more!
We decided to include shops and restaurants that are not 100% vegan but offer vegan options. We do it to make life as a vegan easier by having more options to shop or dine out. It also promotes the consumption of these vegan options.
We invite you to view and share videos about veganism that we subtitle for inspiration and learn what it means to be vegan and how to implement it in all aspects of your life.
Todo Vegano, which means All Vegan in spanish hopes to be your guide to all of Latin America!
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What is veganism?
Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.*
The movement was created by Donald Watson in 1944, though his philosophical principles were already present in ancient cultures such as Jainist.
Veganism is non-violence. First, it is non-violence toward other sentient beings. But it is also about non-violence to the earth and to oneself.
Veganism is not:
– A religion, because it is based on rational arguments.
– A lifestyle or personal choice, but a fair attitude. For example, performing a sport, practicing yoga or a similar discipline can be categorized as a lifestyle. But to reject speciesism or any other moral discrimination such as racism or sexism is not.
If living without enslaving other human beings is not a lifestyle but an attitude of respect, to live without enslaving non-human animals should be too.
*From The Vegan Society