• Would you tell?

    Profile photo of Sagojyou

    Over a year ago

    Let’s say you’re going to a party and you volunteered to bring a (vegan) dish. Your friend knows that you’re vegan, but the other people attending don’t. Would you tell them what you brought is vegan?

    See, I have mixed feelings about this. I would say it as a heads up, but by saying it people might not eat it because it’s “vegan food”. (due to all these stereotypes about how vegan food isn’t good as nonvegan food) I’m thinking of not saying anything and if they ask something, maybe tell them, because I really don’t like it when people don’t eat what I make, and I’ve gone out of my way to actually make it.

    That’s just me, though. What would you do?

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  • Profile photo of Styna

    Over a year ago

    I generally don’t say anything unless asked. The majority of the people I know wont try something if it’s labeled as vegan.

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  • Profile photo of trae93

    Over a year ago

    Don’t make like a huge announcement, but if people ask, definitely mention it. It spreads the word of how good vegan food is. Plus like you said, if someone knows it’s vegan before they try it, there’s always the possibility they won’t try. If you don’t say it, it’s like a sneak attack, which I always love.

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