Before I can ask this question, I need to establish some terminology.
Vegetarian - You don’t eat meat, but you do use animal products and eat foods like milk, dairy, honey, and almonds
Semi-vegan - You mostly do not use animal products and you avoid milk and dairy, but you sometimes eat honey or eat foods pollinated by bees like almonds or blueberries or other foods that require animal labor
True Vegan - You do not use any animal products at all. This includes milk and dairy of course, but you also completely avoid foods like almonds and blueberries because they are almost always produced using industrial pollination techniques that are harmful to bees. You avoid coconuts that abuse monkeys by forcing them to climb trees to collect them. And you avoid farms that force goats to eat weeds.
Is soylent actually truly Vegan? Or are there some ingredients in soylent that exploit animals? I am wondering because I cannot eat soylent for ethical reasons if any animals are harmed in its production.