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Is KFC Canada's Vegan Sandwich Not Truly Vegan?

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Sure, KFC Canada has announced a new vegan option on their menu (thanks to PETA’s decades-long campaign against the fast-food giant) — but do they really get what being a vegan means? I’ll let the purists decide here. Check out this email we received from a reader earlier today:

“I live in Calgary, AB and I was really excited to try the new vegan KFC burger. I called my nearest location to see if they carried it and then asked them how they cooked it. They said they fry it up in the same fryer as the meat. This was very upsetting and I just wanted to pass this news along as I think it might be something that should be posted since it kind of defeats the whole Vegan thing. I still applaud PETA’s efforts but thought it might be info that should be passed along to others were are also a little misinformed.”

Hmmm…something tells me cooking a vegan sandwich in the same place as a chicken sandwich seconds before ain’t gonna cut it. Thoughts?

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  • Why would even eat at a big food chain that is notorious for cruelty to animals anyways? They’re just taking the money that you used to buy that vegan sandwich and are spending it on more ground up chickens and shit..

  • HappyVegan

    I love your response…it voiced everything I was thinking and you did it without insulting anyone.

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