No,it is too light to be meat.Fish is not of the animal nor MAMMAL species. It is the category of seafood,it digest differently.
If I remember correctly from health class this is a choice. It depends on what type of vegan/vegetarian you want to be. Here is a fantastic article about vegan/vegetarians written by Kerrvg.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Types-of-Vegeta … ht-For-You By:kerryg
It depends on what kind of vegetarian you are. If you are a strict vegetarian then yeah, fish is a meat.
I considered myself a vegetarian for 15 years, but I still ate fish. However, friends of mine who are vegan are restricted from eating fish, meat or dairy products.
by delmer476 years ago
When you go out to eat, do you prefer beef, chicken, fish, or a vegetarian meal?
by Carolyn Dahl5 years ago
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Can someone explain the difference, and what is actually better for health?
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