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Why can vegetarians eat fish?


 

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    Bryony Harrison (Vitallani) 5 years ago

    What makes it okay for you to eat fish, but not other meat?

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    Bryony Harrison (Vitallani) 5 years ago

    I've never heard of a Pescatarian. Thanks for the information.

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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 5 years ago

    Such a blanket generalization is unwarranted. Vegetarians, as a class, are no more plump than non-vegetarians, and usually, far less so. It's not the "carbs" it's what you dress them with--butter, etc. Pig out on twinkies; you'll get fat anyway!

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    Bryony Harrison (Vitallani) 5 years ago

    Vegans are supposed to be even stricter with the animal products they eat, aren't they?

    That does not sound vegan or vegetarian to me, That just sounds like a diet based on religious grounds.


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