Are you a vegan?

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Are you a vegan?

Beck Beck
No, but I do hardly ever eat red meat. I eat very little dairy.
08/02/2011
ladyred ladyred
No, omnivore
08/08/2011
Istanbull Istanbull
You forgot Carnivore.
09/07/2011
CherryDyke CherryDyke
I'm not. I just love my meat, eggs, and dairy man.
09/10/2011
Jenyana Jenyana
Omnivore here, though I usually end up eating very little meat... not due to any belief, but rather because I can't afford it. :/
09/11/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
I was vegetarian for 8 years, then vegan for 1, but I now am a little more lax about it. Everything I cook at home, or buy for my home is vegan, but when I go out to eat, I don't stress out about finding vegan restaurants, or making sure there are vegan options - I found it really difficult with my family. So when I eat out I eat mostly vegetarian, but don't mind if there is cheese in my pasta, etc.
09/11/2011
acessorie acessorie
I just love food so much lol
09/12/2011
Papershotglass Papershotglass
To be specific, I'm a Pescatarian (still eat fish).
Don't really care if I'm called a wannabe-vegetarian.
I need protein, I can't eat the fake meat (gluten), I like fish.

End of story, kiss my behind, etc.
09/15/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
i did vegan for a little while, vegetarian for a minute and macrobiotic for a couple weeks.


it was easy to be vegan when i was living in italy with a vegan boyfriend. back in the states it's easier to grab what's quick and easy. and rarely healthy. and almost never vegan.
09/15/2011
ParisLove ParisLove
No im not but my man is...He cooks the best tofu and vegan food
09/15/2011
Hot'n'Bothered Hot'n'Bothered
Nope. Like my meat and Dairy!
09/15/2011
- Kira - - Kira -
I'm vegetarian. I did vegan for about six months and liked the way I felt a lot better that way, but alas vegan food is hard to find in the south and it became very expensive to shop at the one speciality store we have. I would never go back to meat eating again though. I've been a veggie girl since I was 14.
09/15/2011
Rawhide Rawhide
Nope- love my meat and my leather way too much

My caveat is that I care about ethical farming and ranching. The factory farming we do with animals today is disgusting and wrong. I believe the animals we have in captivity deserve to be treated humanely, regardless of whether or not they are pets or headed to slaughter.
09/15/2011
Illumin8 Illumin8
We sometimes have an almost completely vegan diet for long periods of time, but for the most part we're vegetarians.
09/15/2011
PurpleCat23 PurpleCat23
I am in the process of becoming a vegan. I've been a vegetarian for 11 or 12 years now. I agree with College Hottie. It is a good way to keep the weight off. But the best part is that it is much healthier for you, and and no animals are harmed or mistreated in the production of your food.
09/26/2011
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I love meat and eggs too much to be anything like that.
09/26/2011
Kdlips Kdlips
omnivore
10/31/2011
Mistress Jezebel Mistress Jezebel
I go on vegan diets when I'm feeling risky, I'm usually on the green side but every now and then I eat meat. I'm just picky.
11/03/2011
Ash1141 Ash1141
I love meat! Yum
11/06/2011
biggieaddict biggieaddict
I used to say I'd eat anything that wasn't running away, and if I could chase it down it wasn't running away. I'm a little pickier now, still an omnivore, but love vegan meals too.

Oh yeah! just found this! (mighta been linked from here, idk.): Papa Tofu Loves Ethiopian FOOD!
11/06/2011
Vanille Vanille
I'm a omnivore, but I am all for using vegan-friendly toys.
11/07/2011
badk1tty badk1tty
I was a bee-gan for awhile (I ate honey, and in copious amounts, but that was the only byproduct I ate), but that changed when I got pregnant. I'm going back to vegetarian in about a week, once I get the all-clear from my doctor to start my daughter on solids, and she won't be dependent on me completely for nourishment.
11/07/2011
GonetoLovehoney GonetoLovehoney
Just stating a life experience: it's really freaking hard to cook for a vegan. Vegetarian, no problem, but substitutes for cooking vegan are either really expensive or just plan craptastic.
11/07/2011
T&A1987 T&A1987
maybe if i could get the powers, but without them, no.
11/08/2011
Missmarc Missmarc
I really love the meat
11/08/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
I eat veggie meat, tofu, and real meat!
12/15/2011
Do-Re-Mi Do-Re-Mi
I like dairy, eggs, and jello way to much to be vegan. I don't usually eat meat very much though. Maybe like 4 or 5 days a week I'll actually eat meat.
12/31/2011
SMichelle SMichelle
No, I'm not vegan or vegetarian. I don't have the will power for it.
12/31/2011
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I am not a vegetarian or a vegan. There are nutrients in animal products that are impossible to get in plants in any appreciable form. Examples being, vitamin B-12, and fat soluble vitamins A, D, and K-2. (note: beta-carotene in orange produce is NOT vitamin A aka retinol. beta carotene has to go through a complicated conversion process in which most of it is lost, and it's even harder to convert if you have certain medical conditions.)

I do believe it's possible to be a vegetarian and be in good health if you regularly consume eggs and full fat milk, preferably from pastured/free range animals. Some bone broth would be even better, but I know that's blurring the line a bit.

Dr. Weston Price, a dentist and himself a vegetarian, traveled the world in the 1930's searching for a culture that consumed no animal products. He couldn't find any. In fact, the healthiest tribes consumed fish as their main protein; followed by the meat-eaters; and finally the "least" healthy, although MUCH healthier than industrialized societies, were the primarily vegetarian agrarians (they still consumed eggs and some dairy though.)

I understand the concerns about animal welfare and the environment. I find factory farming horrific and disgusting, as do many people, and I refuse to support that industry. Vegan and animal RIGHTS (big difference from WELFARE) activists pretend that there is no other option, but there is. You can still buy meat from animals that are raised AND slaughtered humanely. I know there are those who believe that animals are equal to humans, so eating them is wrong, and for that I have no answer. ...Actually, I do, but it's a little long and complicated to post here.
12/31/2011
quinceykay quinceykay
Vegetarian! I'd love to go vegan and start eating more raw/organic foods, but I'm also a little apprehensive - I won't miss eggs, but I love cheese and some types of dairy, and generally I hate those fake meats so I'm not sure how much I'll like, for example, textured vegetable powder in place of real cheese :/
01/04/2012
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