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The Vegan ViewThis column features a question of the month about vegan living that you, a VegFamily reader, are invited to submit your reply for us to publish in the upcoming issue.
This month's question:
I am vegan, and I want to raise my daughter vegan. But does that mean that she will never produce the enzymes to break down dairy if I start her out as vegan? I want her to have the choice to be a vegetarian when she grows up.
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