Discussion in 'Unrelated Discussion' started by RoyArtorius, May 18, 2016.
I'm curious, how many of you are vegetarians? Like Flibble, do you eat chickens?
I do indeed eat Chicken. Would never eat my own ones though.
Edit: Not fond of Veggies, have a little bit in my noodles.
I was vegetarian for one year and I'm pretty sure he eats chicken
You missed the meat after that one year?
No actually it's pretty expensive to eat veggy products all day and I want to gain weight so I decided to eat meat again
I eat both meat and salad overall, dunno how much that counts
I would call myself a meatatarian, I barely eat vegetables if at all.
I just eat everything! :3 I cant hate, whats on my plate~
i love eating chicken but i also like vegetables alot
I'm a vegetarian not by choice, I eat when I'm at work and most of the product are bread based in some way.
I eat a lot of vegetables... and fish, too
I eat meat and plants blood and chloraplast.
I feel bad for vegans. They are missing out on so many wonderful flavors from meat!
There is no need to feel sorry for vegetarians. I did it because I wanted to and I didn't miss the flavour at all. I've made this decision because I tried to eat more healthy and increase my overall performance in terms of sport. Most vegetarians do it for similiar reasons. Even if they want to eat meat, the veggie industry has a lot of delicious products
It's great that the seemingly difficult transition from typical meat eater to vegetarian was so smooth for you. I've always been curious as to how you could tolerate that, but I guess i never considered the vast alternatives to meat. However, i'm still puzzled by your explanation. Why did you convert to a vegetarian lifestyle primarily for health? I mean superficially its logical. meat can be ridiculously unhealthy if eaten without moderation. But that's the thing, i see no reason why you couldn't be healthy and still eat meat in moderation. Plus eating meat still has health benefits that can't be ignored. If you continued to eat meat it would be easier to obtain all the necessary amino acids. Which I heard is a serious obstacle for vegetarians to overcome.
I don't mean to sound cynical, I'm just genuinely curious. I've been looking into improving my health so I have more energy at work. I might even look into a vegetarian lifestyle.
I stopped eating meat because of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership which was and still is a huge topic in Europe. It would allow America and Canada to import their meat to Europe. My main problem is the meat production in the USA and the substances which get added to their meat are very chemical and unnatural. Europe got very strict guidelines when it comes to food which can't be kept by America so before they would begin to sell their meat here, I decided to become a vegetarian and avoid every bit of meat to avoid getting sick. I heard about occasional food poisoning caused by meat and I really don't want to experience it. Of course, overall healthiness and performance was part of my decision too but mainly because of the TTIP.
Every guy has to enjoy some meat, right?
oh... my god...
So Blitz needs to enjoy some meet too I guess ;3
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