Junk Food You Didn't Know Was Vegan


Vegans are known for their obsessively healthy diet, but don't be fooled. Of course, they have to be more careful about what they put in their bodies, but hey, they can eat junk food too! Luckily, there is a plethora of snacks that just so happen to be accidentally vegan. (and purposefully delicious)
1. Oreos

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You heard me right, OREOS! The worlds' favorite cookie can now be consumed by herbivores and omnivores alike. 

2. Fritos

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Dip them in some guacamole, eat them plain, make walking tacos, bury them in some bean dip, whatever. It's cruelty-free and that's what matters! You can even give yourself a frito manicure.

3. Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos

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Wait, stop everything. THERE'S VEGAN DORITOS? Being veg doesn't sound so hard after all.

4. Sour Patch Kids

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First they're sour, then they're sweet. But they're always vegan, so maybe they're not so bad after all.

5. Kettle Brand Potato Chips

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You know what's so great about Kettle Brand chips being vegan? There's so many different flavors, so you don't have to settle for bland unflavored chips.

6. Wheat Thins

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Mmmmmm, count us in. Perfect with some veg cheese, some salsa, or hummus.

7. Flamin Hot Munchos

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Hot cheetos lovers, say hallelujah, because here is your alternative for your favorite non-vegan snack. Although not as attainable, it exists. 

8. (Most) French Fries 

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They're just potatoes, right? However, some brands and companies fry their fries in animal-based oils or add weird flavoring to it, so watch out. If you're making them at home, try ore-ida! If you're out and about, Chick-fila is a good place. Fried in 100% peanut oil and no where near the meat. 

9. Hershey Chocolate Syrup

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This is PERFECT! You can make vegan chocolate milk, milkshakes, and tower it all over your soy ice cream. Thank you, Hersheys!

10. Popcorn at your local movie theater

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Most movie theaters don't actually use real butter, but artificial flavoring. (Maybe that's why it's so good.) Before purchasing, ask!