The crunchy seeds are seeds, but it's true that fig wasps lay eggs in some figs: "Figs have an enzyme called ficin that breaks down the deceased wasps into protein, which become part of the ripened fruit. Nothing of the actual wasp body remains. The crunchy parts of the fig fruit are actually seeds and not leftover wasp pieces." http://knowledgenuts.com/2014/06/08/the … bout-figs/
If there are no animal remains left, I would still consider figs vegan-ish. Heck, all plastics are non-vegan and I don't see most vegans not using plastic. I would imagine the diehards don't eat figs or use plastic, however.. ?