A Vegan diet is one the exclusively includes food from plants and completely excludes foods from animals (avoiding eggs, dairy, gelatin, and honey).
Vegan is different than vegetarian because it is a complete lifestyle of avoiding all animal products (including leather and furs), not just avoiding animal foods.
The American Civil Liberties union (ACLU) obtained documents in March 2006 from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Denver office that showed that FBI agents spied on American citizens who gave vegetarian meals to the poor. FBI spokespersons defended the surveillance of vegans as part of the war against terrorism.
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