Do Vegans Eat Honey?

What about honey? Do vegans eat honey? I would like to know how to be vegan and still have honey, because I love honey!

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    Most vegans exclude honey from their diets because it is a form of animal exploitation of bees

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    Veganism has recently become a way to improve the way we eat and contribute to the preservation of the environment and the living beings that inhabit it, although vegans have managed to replace almost 100% of all foods of animal origin, there is one that is still under debate and it is regarding honey, is honey vegan? The answer is simply no, it is not considered vegan because it is the bees themselves that produce this substance for their own benefit, therefore it is a product of aminal origin, although there are already alternatives to this product that could be suspected of being suitable for vegans since it is created from cereals and natural flowers.

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    No, vegans do not eat honey. Vegans avoid all food that is associated with the exploitation of animals. When humans harvest honey from a bee hive they are actually doing great harm to the bee colony. Contrary to popular belief, honey is not produced for human consumption. It is actually a source of energy for bees and when we remove it, we take life sustaining energy from the bees.

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