1. On the honey, it depends on the person. Some vegans are ok with it. Iโ€™m not vegan (Iโ€™m just vegetarian) & I see nothing wrong with honey!

  2. You make me wanna make my own chili flakes because Iโ€™ve purchased them from the store and I can put them in my mouth as is and I feel nothing.

  3. “A tisp. Tisp. What’s a tisp?” Hahaha!
    For baby bok choy, which I can never find in my small town either, I just use regular bok choy, cut up.

  4. Why vegans dont eat eggs or honey.

    (sorry about the following English spelling Im Swedish) ๐Ÿ™ˆ

    Number one. Veganism is not a diet. Veganism is an ethical life style.
    Its so much more then just the food you eat. A vegan does not consume any products from animals or any products that have hurt animals in the prosses of making those products.

    Such as clothing or other products made from wool, silk, leather, fur, down? (feathers) etc.
    No products such as schampo, soap, cleaners, laundry detergent, make up etc that has been tested on animals or contain animal products.
    Further more vegans do not approve of zoo, circus or other type of establishment that keep animals in captivety for entertainment.
    And a hole lot of other stuff…

    (Sorry about the rant but it buggs me A LOT when people think that veganism is “a diet” ๐Ÿคช)

    Vegans see animals like individualls with feelings and not like products for humans to exploit and or kill for food and entertainment.
    For me there is no differece between a pig and a famely dog. A chicken and a pet parrot. Or a cow and a loved horse. To me as a vegan they are feeling, sentient being who want love and caring just as much as we humans do.

    So… First reason I do not eat eggs and honey are I do not feel that it is ethiclly right to do so. I want to do as little harm to others as possible. Humans and animals.
    The eggs and honey is not mine to take. Just becous I can do something does not meen i should.

    Second. When it comes to honey production beekeepers usually buy queen bees via mail that are then sent in small boxes to them in the mailbox. And when they get them they often clipp there wings so that the queen bees can not fly of from the hive. All of the above I think is crule.
    For the eggs. When chicks are born there are both chickens and rusters hatching. About 50/50. Ever wonder what happends to the rusters?
    They are ground up. Alive! In these huge “meet grinders”. Just tossed in there. It is horrefying. (there are plenty of videos of this for those who do not belive it).
    And furder more. Egglaying chickens today are so geneticlly modifyedand manipulated by artificiell lighting that there insides often collapes and falls out of them thrue the “anus” do to over producing more eggs then there bodys can handle.

    I do not think it is right to treat animals “like animals”.

    I do however want to point out that being vegan is a privilege. Not everyone has the privilege to be able to chose to shop vegan products and eat plantbased.
    And I juge no one who does not have the apportunety to do so. Eather becous of where you live in the world or becous you can not buy affordeble veggies. I am very lucky to be able to make those choises โค๏ธ

    This became a LONG coment ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜‚.

  5. Non happy companies for bees steal every bit of honey from bees and replace it with corn syrup which kills bees they cant digest it to make more honey bees need a certain amount of their own natural honey to keep making more, not happy egg companies only keep the female chicks and grind up the male chicks in a not so happy way :/ as best i can put it why i avoid honey and eggs i see no problem from HAPPY places like your grandfathers bees but i wouldnt buy stuff from the shelves. ๐Ÿ™‚ not saying this to tell you to go vegan at all i prefer the route eat what you want to eat but this is why I myself dont eat eggs or honey i mean i am allergic to honey too so that is also why lol uhm hope it helps…:) also not being a jerk!

    1. I only speak for myself i dont see a problem with u eating your chickens eggs bc they had a happy life

  6. I have also been curious about the vegan food lifestyle. So I appreciated this video and reading the comments.

  7. My overnight oats…..oats, vanilla, chia seeds, almond milk and honey. Awesome! I’m going to try your recipe next!

  8. I canโ€™t believe Iโ€™ve missed this video. Iโ€™m wondering if I said you were efficient cos thatโ€™s something I actually say.
    Great video by the way. As always ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  9. as a manitoban I love seeing manitoba hemp hearts in videos with americans! I use them in smoothies, breads, cereals, salads.

  10. most eggs are from massed produced chickens where the chickens are treated poorly, thus the low price point. It is an ethical issue even for non vegans leaning toward plant based. I look for only pasture raised organic, if I have any eggs at all.

  11. To answer your question about eggs (given that I don’t understand the honey either, and I’m vegan), if you have a backyard rescued hen, or any hen I guess, treat them well (like not killing them for food occasionally like a lot of people that have farms do) and protected, there really isn’t a moral issue to consume their eggs, so in short it would be vegan to consume their eggs. But you can’t tell me that most people, including yourself, consume backyard hen eggs. That just doesn’t happen. You buy factory farmed eggs. And factory farming is HORRIBLE. Those chickens are treated incredibly inhumanly. They’re kept in small cages, sometimes debeaked, made to lay tons and tons of eggs, and once their productivity dwindles they’re killed and sold for cheap chicken meat. It’s torture. Torture to animals that are sentient, feel pain and DO NOT want to do be killed. It’s not moral and it’s cruel.

  12. My overnight oats – 1/3 cup large flake oats, 1 tbsp chia, hemp hearts and ground flax. Mix dry ingredients in advance. Night before add nut milk, greek yogurt, small banana and frozen berries. Eat it everyday. Not vegan.

  13. What a lovely human you are! Please tell me how long you air fried the frozen veggies? Please and thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

  14. With the eggs. Vegans typically donโ€™t eat them because they are harvest in an inhuman way. However I had a teacher one time who is vegan and she raised chickens and they were free ranged chickens so when they found an egg they would eat it because they knew the eggs were harvested humanly. It is mostly based on your views of how animals are harvested, raised, and treated.

  15. The honey if it’s local like you’re getting it from somebody I don’t see a problem with it it’s the problem with it in stores because the bees aren’t treated right usually with the like excess amounts of honey that gets produced. With the eggs chickens get treated really badly and a lot of times the males get killed for meat and the females are like placed in like really tiny cages and stuff again if you’re getting it from somebody who owns chickens then I don’t see a problem with that either I am vegan but I still eat honey if it’s from a local source or eggs if it’s from like somebody who owns chickens.

  16. Your amazingly efficient and intelligent think on your feet learnt alot from you thank you ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š

  17. Chickens must be exploited and used to acquire eggs. the idea behind veganism is to leave animals alone and not use them for their flesh or secretions. also theres the issue that eggs are literally a hens period. who wants to eat a hens period?

  18. I eat vegan not only for my health, but because of a moral consciousness on how our big corporations raise their animals. I do eat honey, but the thought of chickens packed by the thousands in the same building, barely able to move, disturbs me. And have you ever seen the trucks going down the highway with crates of chickens stuffed it them? I eat vegan, because I don’t want anything on my plate that had to suffer.

  19. for the honey thing, its not so much about the honey itself its about how they are treated. usually local farmers or small farmers are a lot kinder to their animals but bigger corporations don’t have any cruelty guidelines or anything so they can be very cruel. With eggs its the principle of the thing, because once you start eating eggs then whats next? meat. but i do not agree with that. i know that there are vegans who eat free run chicken eggs or local farmers eggs etc. i think it is okay to eat eggs when it is truly not harmful to the animals.

  20. when they say on the box may contain blah blah, its just the risk of cross contamination with other things made in the same facility, so unless you have an allergy that is very sensitive its still considered vegan. so if it says may contain milk it just means a risk of cross contamination so they can avoid any law suits and stuff

  21. Better than asking why you canโ€™t eat honey if youโ€™re vegan. The better question is why did the Fraggleโ€˜s always eat the dozers buildings? ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ

  22. I know a lot of vegans who would eat eggs and honey with the understanding that they knew exactly where they come from and that the animals arenโ€™t being harmed (aka backyard chickens). I think it depends on whether youโ€™re vegan for environmental, ethical or โ€œspiritualโ€ reasons.

  23. My dad and I always grew our sweet potatoes and stored them in a make shift root cellar. My dad called the potato shed.
    We grew enough to last until the next harvest.
    Normally, we just baked them on a cookie sheet whe but:
    Not peeled. Just Washed and scrubbed. They were delicious. Sprinkler with some cinnamon and sugar .
    And, my Mom made sweet potato pies with them
    Dave might like them that way.
    My family of 4 brothers and 2 sisters loved them, as well as countless (and I do mean countless) nieces and nephews.

  24. caged chickens live bad lives and at egg farms almost all of the male chicks are killed fast and when the gals stop laying a lot—soup companies use their meat.

  25. You can sprinkle hemp hearts on anything savory, i love it on pizza.

    No eggs, because the life of a hen to get eggs is a miserable life.. they are horribly mistreated and live in cages way to small for them.
    No honey because many bees die in the process of getting honey is the mass production farming of the honey.

    I personally feel differently if it is your own chicken or bees.. those are the traditional reasons vegans stay away from those products ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ IMO

  26. Lmmfao.. DAVE.. DAVE… HAHAHA. SHE’S AWESOME.. Love ur channel.. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘โ™ฅ๏ธ

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