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People like you are exhausting. Instead of admitting that you are upset your daughter is no longer vegan, you latch onto some ancillary issue that she has no way of satisfactorily explaining to you, because it’s not your business ever, and making her life miserable that way. In this way, you can punish her for daring to do something you don’t approve of, but you can pretend you are a good father and concerned for the relationship. No one is buying your transparency bullsh**. Adults don’t owe other adults explanations of their diets. You didn’t need to tell us you are vegan for moral reasons, why else would your daughter be so afraid to tell you? And that’s the thing right? It is so freakin obvious why your daughter didn’t tell you, she knew this argument would start. She knew she would pay for daring to do something you don’t approve of, one way or another. Apologize to your daughter for overstepping boundaries and ruining dinner. Drop this ridiculous transparency cr**, and maybe you’ll have the kind of relationship with your daughter you say you want to have.