Bruh xD I hate it when vegans shove veganism down my throat. It's like with religious people. "HAVE YOU ACCEPTED CARROT THE VEGAN LORD AND SAVIOR INTO YOUR HEART? IF NOT YOU'LL SPEND AN ETERNITY IN THE LAKE OF BLOOD OF THE ANIMALS YOU'VE EATEN!!!"
As someone who isn't a vegan, i honestly wouldn't care if someone was, unless i was cooking for them then id wish to know so i know not to make meat or fish etc.. Also only other reason id like to know is if it offends them seeing me eat meat and stuff because then i would refrain from it, because the Bible says if it offends another refrain from doing said activity in front of the one who finds it offensive, like eating certain things, talking about certain topics, doing certain activities etc..
I tend to Lean More in the Direction of Being... Vegan. I can Exist many Days with just Fat Free Foods and even Starches, but when I do Treat... I Eat Chicken or Turkey as My Main Meat. Good luck and Great question, @musicbrain5 xx
I don't think it matters unless the topic of meatless monday's comes up or unless you are going to eat at someone's house or go out for dinner (making sure the menu has options).
I have been a vegetarian, vegan, and flexitarian. I do now eat fish depending on the type of fish and some meats (though mostly it is chicken or meats I know that were well treated or no harm like stem cell ground beef). When I was vegan or vegetarian often the culture I was in they were the norm. Meaning they rarely got meat, or meat got illness so people didn't eat it, or for religious reasons it wasn't eaten. Where I live now nobody seems to care much but do care about humane treatment and meatless mondays. Anyways in past the menus were just vegetarian/vegan anyways or that's what they served in their house. But in some other countries meat in diet was more common and finding vegetarian/vegan options was hard. But I ended up still avoiding it if I could through home cooking because of health concerns over meat handling and animal treatment before they die. When I moved to some of those countries I did make a point of saying I was vegetarian or Vegan. This is because unless they are told their normal diet was meat heavy and they wouldn't of thought to make something I could eat. But other countries are quite flexible and most now have learned to give options to people so I just choose and eat and don't have to comment.
Yes, you just don't want the stigma of annoying vegan. I'm vegan and never tell people unless it comes up if I'm invited out for dinner or I'll try to just order salad or something that I know is vegan