Can vegan eat bread?

I have been vegetarian for a while now and I have to admit that I have not eaten much bread, but I have heard from several people that they can’t eat bread. Is this true? Can you really not eat bread? I have to admit that I have never thought about this before, so I do not know if it is true or not. I was just curious if you could eat bread when you are a vegan?

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  1. The answer is yes, but it depends on the type of bread that you are eating. Most breads have gluten and many people feel better when they eat something with a grain. There is some evidence to suggest that people who do not consume animal products have lower rates of autoimmune diseases, and it may be that a diet high in grains has a protective effect. However, there is no conclusive evidence at this time.

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