Products made from cows…NOT!


Since this list is so random and vague (and from 1985, 30 years old), here are alternative products that are 100% vegan that fall under those categories, they also seem to constantly repeat themselves. Also note, that in the animal agriculture, slaughter and waste, it is of course understandable that they want to make a profit out of every single piece of the animal, that does not mean it is right, acceptable, healthy or environmentally friendly that they are in all those products. We live in a carnist world indoctrinated and intrenched with animal products. It’s not us to blame why we may not be able to be 100% vegan, but we at least minimize it as much as we possibly can. More and more people are becoming ethical vegans each day and as the numbers grow, the demand and products will grow for 100% cruelty free and animal free products. Don’t hate the player, hate the game. We are making a difference, as you can see by the endless list below:


  • Anti-aging cream:
  • Medicines:
  • Pasta (if it is regular pasta, no egg noodles) there is flour, water and salt, that’s it, and all food colouring can be made by vegetables
  • Cake mix
  • Glue
  • Minerals
  • Medical research:
  • Plastic
Just use glass or stainless steel
  • Pet Food
  • Photo Film (does anybody still use this anyway??)
Everybody we know uses digital film
  • Shampoo & Conditioner:
  • Emery Boards
  • Lamination (not sure if flooring is meant here, if a vegan will choose a cruelty free flooring, it’s not like someone cannot live without laminate flooring)
  • Wallpapaer (if you are vegan and redecorating your house/aptmt you will chose the cruelty free option be it, paint, or wood or flooring)
  • Plywood (same applies here, an alternative or the least harm or cruelty free option)
  • Sugar
  • Air Filters (are we just randomly picking items, we can pick 1000 of items that are accidentally vegan) air filter is a too vague, be more specific.
  • Brushes
  • Felt
  • Insulation
  • Textiles (there are enough vegan textiles to chose from)
  • Gelatin
  • Flavorings (“natural flavours” check ingredients, nobody has to eat junk)
  • Emery Boards (again?)
  • Sheet Rock
  • Wallpaper, Adhesives, Medicines (same again) SEE ABOVE
  • Candies Confectionary
Internal Organs
  • Adhesives (AGAIN??) See above
  • Plastics (AGAIN??) See Above
  • Cosmetics (again, but ok, here you go):
  • Medicines (NOT AGAIN…..) See Above
  • Chewing Gum
  • Candles
  • Detergents
  • Fabric Softners
  • Shaving Cream
  • Perfume
  • Pet Food (AGAIN??)
  • Cosmetics (AGAIN)
  • Creams and Lotions (again)
  • Crayons
  • Paint
  • Oils & Lubricants
  • Biodiesel
Use vegetable oil:
  • Plastics (AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN)
  • Waterproofing Agents
  • Cement
  • Ceramics
Ceramic does not have to be non-vegan
  • Chalk
  • Explosives (tell me what a person needs explosives for on a daily bases, and we will talk again)
  • Fireworks (same with fireworks, not essential to live)
  • Matches (use a lighter)
  • Fertilizer (AAAAAGAIN??)
  • Antifreeze
  • Insulation (See above)
  • Linoleum (what is this exactly for, flooring?) A vegan would chose a cruelty free vegan floor.
  • Rubber (what shoes? Tires? Condoms?) Well here you go:
  • Textiles (again?) What textiles contain animal fat, please provide what textiles we need that contain animal fat.
  • Medicines (NO NOT AGAIN!!!!) See Above
So don’t worry, you can still wash your hear, body, shave, have clean laundry, invite your date for an amazing vegan meal, give her vegan chocolate and sweets and even buy vegan condoms for valentine’s day.

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