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Yes, vegans can eat yeast. Vegans tend to avoid products that are made by killing animals or exploiting them in some way. Yeast is a living organism but it does not have a nervous system, indicating that it cannot feel pain.
As eating yeast does not involve any form of cruelty to them, yeast is generally regarded as vegan food. Specific yeast types like nutritional or torula yeasts are popular additions to a vegan diet as they add a meaty and cheesy flavor to vegan meals without any addition of animal products.
Nutritional yeast is rich in B vitamins that vegan diets do not usually have in plenty. As yeast is a fungus, consuming raw yeast may lead to fungal infections, especially in people who have a weak immune system. Therefore, yeasts are made inactive through fermentation and cooking.
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