January 10, 2019
See that picture above? That’s literally how the cowlocaust looks like.
Angry vegans have let rip at an Australian cafe on social media because it refuses to serve soy milk for health reasons.
Healthy food specialists Rough & Bare — which has cafes at Mona Vale in northern Sydney and St Leonards on the city’s north shore — stoked one plant-lover’s fury when she read the establishment’s menu.
A Facebook user, who is vegan, took a picture of a full-page description inside the menu which states why the management have decided to omit the popular dairy substitute from the cafe’s offerings.
However, the Facebook poster was far from impressed by the reasoning and uploaded the picture onto a Sydney vegan community page, writing: “Interesting! At a cafe for breakfast and they don’t serve Soy… yet they serve Bacon and Bone Broth etc. *extreme eye roll*”
Careful there, vegan. You just admitted to supporting businesses that deal with animal death. I just reported you to the glowing vegan niggers.
Expect to hear from them soon.
Once the picture was uploaded onto Facebook, vegans quickly piled on the pressure — saying the “pseudoscience” quoted in the menu is “complete propaganda”.
“Lol bacon is a carcinogen but no… let’s blame soy beans,” wrote one disgruntled herbivore.
Who said anything about carcinogens though?
“They obviously have not read the science,” wrote another. “The Asian continent has been enjoying soy for thousands of years, have a guess who used to be the healthiest population before they started a Western diet and drinking dairy.”
Asians have not been blending soybeans with water and drinking that for thousands of years.
“Ugh f**k right off and f**k off some more,” added a third, charmingly. “Anyone who consumes flesh and drinks pus can’t tell me what’s bad for me.”
It would be nice if vegans gave a time period of abstinence from animal foods one should endure before being worthy of speaking to them.
Have you noticed how most people passionate about veganism have only “been vegan” for a few months?
What does “being vegan” even mean?
Does it mean they haven’t been eating animal products for some undefined or undisclosed amount of time? Does it mean they plan not to eat animal products independently of when was the last time they ate animal products?
Does it mean they are insane?
Searching for an official definition is useless because vegans themselves disagree with each other about who’s the veganest.
“So then they should not sell any grains!” added another. “All family of grains contain phytates, even some veggies. Anyway, all that bull is pseudoscience. If they really care about health they would not have bacon in the first place!”
They keep saying “pseudoscience this! pseudoscience that!” to make you think they have science on their side.
Check out the science they have on their side:
The above is a picture of Dr. Michael Greger, who runs the site Nutrition Facts. Vegans are always praising him and telling people to go check out videos of him in an attempt to shut the discussion down and waste everyone’s time.
Here’s some more pictures:
If that is how science and “health” looks like… then I don’t know what vegans expect people to do.
The guy is not only skinny, but also fat.
He looks like death.
Are vegans telling people to kill themselves when they tell them to “go vegan”?
Rough & Bare has not responded to news.com.au’s requests for comment on the social media post, however its website states that its ethos is based on “bio-individuality” — meaning diets like vegetarian, paleo, vegan, primal, low carb high fat, raw food and ketogenic are just labels.
“While we respect and are inspired by a number of different lifestyle food choices, we are focused on ensuring our food is unprocessed, whole and nutrient dense,” it reads.
“Our philosophy is linked with science and we are continuously growing and evolving our menu based on new knowledge we attain from our advisers.”
Keep in mind the place offers other vegan “milks” but vegans still want to boycott it. These loonies worship soy.
A Roy Morgan report shows more than 1.1 million Australians drink a soy drink at least once in any given seven-day period — and the main controversy stems from its naturally occurring isoflavones.
Isoflavones are a class of phytoestrogens or dietary estrogens found predominantly in legumes and beans which have been said to increase the risk of growing man boobs and even developing certain types of cancer.
These claims have been widely debunked, and in 2010 meta-analysis published in Fertility and Sterility, results suggested that soy protein and isoflavones do not affect testosterone levels in men — regardless of age.
DEBUNKED BY SCIENCE!
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