Hi everyone, I've recently decided to go fully vegan (for ethical reasons) and have spent a lot of time learning recipes and researching what to buy and what not to buy. Today however I learned that animal products are used in some fertilisers used to grow the fruit and veg we eat- chicken blood, fish slurry etc. These animal products often come from factory farms where animals are treated cruelly! I've done a bit of reading on the subject and some people say to eat inorganic produce where synthetic fertilisers have been used (but I guess there's a possibility that these could contain animal products). Others say that animal-free agriculture is definitely possible and that the only way you can be a true vegan is by growing your own (which isn't completely practical for people who are constantly travelling around with no fixed garden of their own) Thanks for reading I know this is taking veganism to the extreme haha but its been playing on my mind for a while now and am starting not to feel like a proper vegan as I don't grow my own produce and just go to the supermarket. How strict are you guys when it comes to being vegan? What are everyone's thoughts on this?