So There Should Be an Equal Percentage of Vegan Options
The internets tell me that approximately 2.5% of the population in the U.S. are vegans (i googled it).
Five Thirty Eight tells me that approximately 2% of the population in the U.S. have a wheat allergy, celiac disease, or non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
So, how come i'm more likely to find a "gluten-free" section on a menu than a vegan one? How come i can get gluten-free pizza at the place down the street, but no place within delivery range offers Daiya cheese?
Because there's 28% of you eating gluten-free for no reason and ruining everybody's good time, that's why. Jerks.
By min | February 11, 2015, 8:54 AM | Science