Yes, most vegans were first vegetarians, especially if they made the choice later in life rather than brough up vegetarian/vegan. It is a giant transition for a person raised on a typical Western diet to go straight into completely animal free – going cold turkey would be incredibly difficult. Even many vegetarians need to ease themselves into veganism by slowly eliminating one major animal product at a time (eggs, cheese, milk, etc).
Very often they do. It’s a good way to “test-drive” the lifestyle and see if it works for you. I was vegetarian for a year before going vegan and did a lot of research before going vegan. I have since gone back to vegetarianism because the industry I’m in makes it difficult to have extensive dietary requirements, as a lot of the jobs I go on are pre-catered. However, when I cook myself, I still eat about 75% vegan.
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