Hello all.. I have been flirting with veganism for a number of years and after researching it further i'm finally making a serious commitment for my health and love of animals. I read that "sugar is terrible for you" and I know this is a common statement, however, i'm wondering how can I have wine and other alcohol if sugar ( even "vegan" sugar) is a common ingredient. Is vegan sugar not "terrible for you?" even if it consists of the same chemical compounds but only processed by non-animal products? I have been able to avoid sugar aside from wine, however, I don't want to continue drinking it if the effects of sugar will impact my health. Any nutrition gurus out there who can provide some insight? Thank you! Peace and Love -Megan
I don't understand what's not vegan about wine? Just keep it to one or two glasses. Frey wines just don't contain sulphites. Sulphites are a natural occurance in wine so don't worry about it unless you have a sensetivity to them. My favorite everyday wine is Blackstone. It's always consistant in quality and is about $8-10. J. Lohr is awesome as is Root 1 from Chile.
Love Yellow Tail red wines!!! I never knew there was a NON VEGAN wine? I love all the information we get on this website!! I will have to start checking that out. I also buy "Our Daily Red" its and organic red table wine, without sulphites.