Do you think you are truly a vegetarian when cosnuming dairy products?
It has been a long ongoing discussion, if you can really call your diet vegetarian when eating dairy products. Usually having milk from a cow indicates that the calf has been slaughtered and many cheeses are lab-fermented... what is your take on this?
What you are speaking of is a vegetarian. there is a difference between a vegan and a vegetarian. Vegans eat only plant matter and do not intake any meat or meat products. A vegetarian on the other hand will often times eat eggs or milk which is a product of meat but they will not eat the actual meat of an animal. I have actually met a vegetarian that would not eat things such as pork, chicken or beef however would eat fish and shellfish. Some people decide to not eat meat based on their religion, personal preference or dietary restrictions.
by arpitme5 years ago
I believe yes, because killing is itself a violent act and if it is involved in the process of making food, it will definitely makes them more violent.
by Ralph Schwartz5 months ago
Are you on a vegetarian or low-meat diet? Can you share details and why you've chosen that path?A recent study found that 18% of Millennials state they are eating a meat-free of low-meat lifestyle. The...
by Mahaveer Sanglikar5 years ago
I am a vegetarian because I do not want to live on killings of animals. What about you? If you are, what are the reasons behind your being a vegetarian? And if you are not, what do you think about vegetarian people?
by hinckles koma8 years ago
Can someone explain the difference, and what is actually better for health?
by premierkj7 years ago
There is nothing more annoying than encountering a pushy, preaching vegetarian sort who criticizes me for being human. I love meat and I won't tolerate people telling me what I can and can't eat. I don't mind a person...
by Haley5 years ago
Why are you a vegetarian?There are many different reasons why people choose to eat a vegetarian diet. So for the vegetarians, flexitarians, and vegans out there, why do you choose to limit/omit meat and meat products?
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