I have been a vegetarian for a year and I want to transition to veganism. I understand the basics there are tons of youtube videos that cover what to eat and how to shop. I purchased a b12 supplment that happens to be 5000 micrograms. Then i read online that you barely need any b12 a day. This is methyl jarrow brand b12 this crap cost me $20. Then i look on the back ans it says its 208,330% daily value. So i tries to ask my doctor how often to take it since its such a large amount and she didn’t know. So what do i need to take one pill a month or what? So the issue that i have is not giving up eggs, mik and cheese. I already use almond milk, vegan butter and chao cheese. I also dont like eggs. But everything under the sun has byproducts of these things. Like i love the almond milk silk vanilla creamer but its 5$ for one thats not very big and i have to drive 20min. Where as i can get a coffee creamer that has a milk derivative for way cheaper right in my town. Its not expensive to eat a vegan diet i get that. I just dont want to be reading every single label. I have an app to scan barcodes and i know the basics. Giving up eggs,milk and cheese isn’t the hard part its all this other stuff. Even the app i have says “may be vegan” or “may contain”. Its like a really grey area of monoglycerides and diglycerides. Also no spell check this is kind of a nightmare. Also trader joes and whole foods are like an hour away from me. I understand that there are tons of snacks and foods that are vegan and say it on the label. I just call myself a vegetarian because if something may contain trace amounts or 0.0001% of something i cant be bothered.