Organic is worth considering if ethics concern you. I have no interest in going vegetarian/vegan but I have ethical issues with many aspects of meat production, so I try to support producers of organic products wherever possible.
That makes you a pollotarian.I'm a semi-vegetarian. I don't eat red meat.
lol it wont last
it takes a special kind of nutter to become a vegan
just cut out processed foods as much as possible and cut down on sugar
vegans are just annoying
People becoming vegan makes zero difference to the welfare of animals, if they were such moral crusaders then they should get some land and do permaculture and give up on their consumerist lifestyles.Yeah well that's just a real ignorant argument, if you can even call it an argument.
Had have you not been brought up with a chicken leg in hand would you think it a good idea to take life, cook it and then digest it? Probably not.
We're just a product of our surrounds so don't think yourself to high and mighty for not being capable of making a moral decision.
I used to think that too, but I was wrong.People becoming vegan makes zero difference to the welfare of animals, if they were such moral crusaders then they should get some land and do permaculture and give up on their consumerist lifestyles.
Eating animals is fine, it's good for us and it helps to keep a balanced ecosystem. What isn't right is our current lifestyles which put profit over all else.
Op was a vegan for 7 days hence why he got a troll response.
Delusion? Yeah that's a speciality of mine.Eating meat isn't wrong at all.
People like you are deluded if you think that cows are grazing grass until big bad mcdonalds decide to kill them for their burgers. They exist because we farm them for our use.
Fair enough that animal welfare is important to you, it's important to me too, hence why i only buy ethically produced me.
When was the last time you offered a cow your seat on the bus?
I would absolutely eat black people and religious people
Maybe if we melded all our beliefs and ideals we'd come to the most natural and honest conclusion: We shouldn't be eating our fellow earthly inhabitants.
Should have looked at your user name and knew what I was dealing with.Actually no, you'd end up with a stalemate.
What you mean is "if we combined all the different beliefs that involve not approving eating certain animals, then we would not be able to eat any animals". thank you for that insightful proclamation
The fact that you happily eat fish makes you even more full of sh*t.
Very smart, i'm taking advantage of the earth's resources to maximise my health. It's one of the perks being top of the food chain.Should have looked at your user name and knew what I was dealing with.
I said I was a hypocrite but I didn't say I was stupid. Which are you?