Even though animal products might not be in as many places as some think (for instance, most “catgut” tennis rackets are made with synthetic materials now) they spread far beyond just those hidden in food: everywhere from your car to the bathroom and the sky on the 4th of July.
As the Ontario Farm Animal Council clearly puts it, “on average, 98% of an animal is used. From that 98%, about 55% (on average) of the animal is used for edible products and the remaining 45% for inedible by-products.”

 

1.Chewing Gum Is Chock Full O’ Sheep Grease

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2.Wine, And Orange Juice Might Be A Little Fishy

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3.Laundry Is Filled With Silky Soft Animal Fat

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4.Chances Are There’s Dairy In Your Condoms

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5.Money Is Lubed Up With Animal Fat

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6.Tattoo Ink Is Probably Made Of Incinerated Animal Bones

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7.Plastic Bags Are Made Up Of Animal Fat

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8.Car And Bike Tires Are Made Up Of Fat

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