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Old 01-01-2013, 04:02 AM   #1
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Default Any vegans or vegetarians here?

I know we are likely few and far between, but I would love to know if there are other people out there with vegan or vegetarian lifestyle?

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Old 01-01-2013, 04:20 AM   #2
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It's morally improper to shoot an animal without eating and/or wearing it. I garden a lot but I feel bad for the veggies as they are living things too and get cut and cooked alive.

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Orangello here is a vegetarian.

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I didn't work my way to the top of the food chain to eat vegetables.

I also think similarly to CourtJester: I tell my honey she won't ever get flowers from me on principle -- "here, I had these killed for you out of love, aren't they pretty while they're dying!?"

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Thanks for the info, Winds-of-Change.

Bahaha to the others!

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I tried for a few months, but I had to become a omnivore again.

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Secondhand vegitarian here.

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I tried for a few months, but I had to become a omnivore again.
Better than nothing! Why did you have to stop?
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Vegetarian, but not quite vegan.

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Our teeth were made to eat meat in my opinion. I respect the decision of those who choose to not eat meat because I understand the thinking.... It's just not the choice for me. I have a few friends that are vegetarians for health purposes, yet they drink and smoke. I don't quite understand that....

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