Food for thought: if you aren't dead by 2050, you and your entire family will be within a few years from starvation. Now that is a cruel gift to leave for your offspring. ;)
I dated a vegetarian for a while. She smelt absolutely wonderful, every inch of her.
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Don't california rolls have fish in them!??
I'm a baker, not a cook...er um. Baking is my forte.
Now, that is an interesting question. Vegetarians who don't eat meat for conscious sake but do have either a cat or dog, how is this to me obvious conflict resolved?
I do still enjoy quite a few vegetarian dishes. A few of my favs are Indian meals with rice, dahl, subji and chapati flat bread, a simple pasta with marinara or olive oil and garlic sauce, plus various Asian, Mid-eastern, Brazilian and Ethiopian meals at local restaurants of which I'm quite fond.
veggie western food is too dull to live on.
here's a choice of 3 salads. same ingredients, just diff dressings.
coasting, few quotes are worthy of him, and of those, even fewer printable in a family forum......quote 3alarmer
No @coasting, you should stay 100% as you are right now, don't change a thing....quote Heathpack
More bacon for the rest of us! Seriously, I respect others' need to be vegan/vegetarian, have a few friends who are. I'm quite the carnivore myself, and couldn't survive as a vegan or vegetarian.
"Life is like a bicycle. To keep your balance you have to keep it moving"- Albert Einstein
I've been ovo-lacto for the past 30 years, except for a brief hiatus a number of years back. I've never been bothered by vegans or vegetarians, but I have been by carnivores. It's particularly irritating, because, like many on this thread, I have a strong live-and-let-live ethic. Like Luddite, I don't ever make a big deal out of my dietary habits. Many of my friends don't even know I'm a vegetarian.
its their choice but i could never be one. i like what jim gaffigan says, "(the vegetarians) 'o i haven't ate any meat for five year', (gaffigan) i haven't ate a banana in a month but you don't see me bragging" He also mentions "(a vegetarian) Do you know what they do to those chickens? (gaffigan) no but its delicious"
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Why would anyone care what I do or do not eat?
Two wheels good. Four wheels bad.
I could see being a vegetarian, if I lived in India where they know how to make a vegetarian diet tasty and healthy. Most if not all vegans I've encountered have been militant.
An Indian vegetarian and I were talking about food one day, and he blurted out "I could never eat dead animals!". I said they're hard to stab with a fork when they're still alive. I know he thinks us carnivores are lower on the ladder, but he still thought that was funny.
This has to be a tie between re-frozen slushy uneven dirty ice stuff just right of the nicely plowed pavement, and super-glassy ice with a dusting of fresh powder - SalshShark
When I was in the military, stationed overseas, I invited my First Sgt. over to dinner; he graciously accepted. My wife whipped up her famous (in the family, anyway) chicken cacciatore.
When he and his wife arrived, we discovered he was a vegetarian. He was more gracious, agreeing to forego his choice for our sake that evening.
Lud, I've encountered a few vegetarians since then, and respect their choice; no problem. They respect my omnivorous leanings, as well.
Never encountered a vegan directly, but my impressions from seeing/hearing on TV/internet, I'd likely tell them to STFU before I carve a butt steak off them for supper! (j/k, but I'd say it!)
I've only known a few vegans, but have several vegetarian friends. Mostly, I forget they are veggies, because they're pretty chill about it.
i woke up one morning and i stepped out of bed | had to get a bike, had to paint it red
Of all the treasures I have, itís the memories that are the most precious.
On the original topic, I've experienced the whole range of vegetarian/vegan folks (including myself for about 7 years) from militant, angry, hateful vegans to absolutely heart-filled, generous, and sincere folks. I'd say that (from my exposure) most of the vegetarians/vegans I've encountered have been pretty laid back folk with a strong sense of spirituality (generally eastern). Nothing wrong with that, IMO.
Vegetarians have higher IQ than omnivores, but vegans lower - :-)
This study really annoyed some vegans I know.
I've seen a lot of california rolls with Krab in 'em.
I just heard about a study that said the more body hair you have, the smarter you are...
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