The UK Vegan Society, which comprised Donald Watson and his friends and associates, invented the word in 1944. They needed a term to describe a vegetarian who also does not eat eggs or milk products. The term “vegetarian” originally only encompassed fruit, vegetables and dairy, but when introduced to England it was used to refer to people who ate eggs as well.
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