The Wendy's triple cheeseburgers we ate at the end of the week were heavenly, admittedly.
in the west it's perfectly possible to go all vegetarian.
it's people in the other parts of the world that rely on meat for protein and fat that would have troubles with it.
meal replacement shake and multivitamin master race!!
I'm fine with them as long as they don't go on about how it's "murdering animals"
to which I just retort "We've been killing animals for survival since we were goddamn monkeys, why would I change that habit now?"
There only ever been one thing that turned me into the "pushy vegetarian" type that keeps getting mentioned. I was watching some nature program with the rest of my family when a seal began to chase this penguin for food, Its massive frame baring down on it as the penguin's feet slipped on the ice and it fell closer to it's doom. Within seconds the meat eating half of my family were cowering behind pillows begging for the channel to be changed while me and my vegetarian father looked at them in confusion.
If you can't stand that sight or concept of an animal being killed, ESPECIALY if it's for another animal's survival and regardless of the killed animal's appearance, you shouldn't eat meat.
If they are indeed vegetarian to protest against animals being murdered, I cannot understand their point. Their diet excluding meat will not decrease the amount of animals being slaughtered to feed the rest of us, however it is their lifestyle and honestly I could care less about what they do.
I barely have any good reason to become a vegetarian. All my relatives eat meat, so I would be forcing my relatives to prepare extra meals to suit my choices if I'm invited to dinner. The amount of variation when visiting restaurants is decreased significantly. I don't know much at all about all the types of vegetables and things I would have to include in my every meal to ensure that I'm eating healthy, and thinking about all of these things will make cooking a lot more complex for someone who still has mostly just very basic cooking skills. Lastly, there's simply too much vegetables that I find simply despicable.
If I were to become a vegetarian, it would be because I wanted to lose weight and eat more healthy, and if I had a roomie or partner that was a vegetarian and knew a lot about how to prepare your meals. It would in all other scenarios not be worth the trouble.
how can you say "i don't like the taste of vegetarian meals" when it literally encompasses every single foodstuff that isn't meat
That's not true at all.
Look at all the vegetarian recipes out there, there is an INSANE amount. Indians and other asian countries have giant vegetarian cuisines and I have eaten vegetarian foods that taste 100 times better than meat foods, but I can't cook well. If I could cook properly, I would have gone permanent vegetarian a long time ago. I just cut down on the meats a lot now because I ate too much of it as a kid. I have to admit, cooking a simple delicious chicken breast takes much less effort than preparing a tastier vegetarian meal in my opinion.
I'm personally a meat-lover, but I think one day we will all have to be vegetarian. Raising animals to eat (especially big ones like cows) is a huge waste of energy and nutrients, something we won't be able to do when we have twice the population we have now. Eating vegetables would cut the middlemen (animals) out, giving us more energy efficiency.
As a vegetarian (Out of my own choice) I can still say that PETA can fuck right off.
I remember my 3rd grade teacher forced us to send letters to PETA telling them how great of an organization they are.
I called them evil in my letter.
I was the only one they didn't reply to lol
I see nothing wrong with it unless you are one of those real in your face lunatics about it. I personally think it's unhealthy and I do like to eat meat but to each his own.
I am personally a carnivore, but I think Vegetarian cuisines are fucking delicious if you get the right ones. Expensive as fuck, but really delicious!
I don`t care, don't hurt me or someone else it's fine in my book, just.. don't shove it down my throat trying to convert me please?
I don't really care as long as they don't prance around pretending that they're saving the animals or some bullshit like that.
I'm piscitarian and I get a massive amount of shit for what I eat.
For those that don't know a Piscitarian is like a vegetarian but they include fish in their diet too.
I think they're a very brave sort of people. Going a month without a cheeseburger, chicken parmesan, morning sausage and egg sandwich, etc/ is an idea I find impossible.
I dont have a problem with it except it has shown to lower testorone levels. Combine that with the already average low test and that is not a good thing.