Hopefully this site will be great for carnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike. By using the interesting tag/ignored tag system, vegans can hopefully mostly ignore all the different discussions of meat preparation.
Can we try to maintain the convention that questions dealing with meat are tagged "meat", and that questions dealing with vegan stuff are not? Right now this is violated because there is a question about vegan meat alternatives that is tagged "meat", which is reasonable but would prevent my preferred tags from having the desired effect. Similarly, a question about fake cheese has been tagged "cheese", again a reasonable tag that is inconvenient for vegans. We could use tags like "fakemeat" or "fakecheese" for this.
Also, there is a question about when the "vegan" or "vegetarian" tags should be considered appropriate. Should it be reserved for specifically vegan/vegetarian-related questions (my preference), or should we use it on anything that is technically vegan/vegetarian (like a technical question about coconuts)?
I think it is OK if people forget to tag meat questions or add confusing tags like the ones above, and make vegans/vegetarians responsible for this tagging, but it would be nice if the policy was to preserve such tags once added.