I'm not vegetarian and I don't ever plan to, (not that I have anything against vegans or vegetarians, I'm engaged to a vegetarian) but I do think Americans eat waaay more meat than they need to.
I don'tI respect people that go vegan for their health, .
Actually...but those that do it to save animals, I have no respect for.
Do you eat bread, pasta, pizza, chips...?I am not a vegetarian but there are times wherein I try not to consume meat as I want to lose weight.
I firmly believe that nature also gave us the right cravings to help us get proper nutrition.
Of course, food flavors are being manipulated to have you crave items you otherwise wouldn't.
It's not the chips you crave, but the artificial flavor.
So if you crave the onion flavor, buy some onions.
Eat fresh and natural and follow your cravings.
Eliminate "taste manipulation" and let nature guide you...
be it to meat or not meat.
However... I bet that you will crave meat. At least here and there.
If you try to fight nature...
... nature fights back:
I respect people that go vegan for their health, but those that do it to save animals, I have no respect for. The rise of vegetarianism shows how we moved far from nature. People today apply human standards to non-humans. Oh my god, that little piggie gets killed, ohhh noo. Had a conversation with an acquitance and I asked him if he was stranded with his wife and a kid of their own on a desert island, would he kill an animal to feed his family. The answer was no. That was absolutely disgusting to me. I would respect him more if he recited Das Kapital or sang Death to all Croats. I really would. For I can understand someone to hate me, but I can't understand without disgust putting an animal before your own family. It requires great strives to be able to do that, to fight an innate value of utmost priority to protect your own family. No justification for it.
Spot on. I don't write long nonsense essays. Here is the deal people, there is this thing called genetic code. This infrastructure has given you senses and cravings. Just like you use your eyes to see, you need to use your tongue to taste. There are some vegetarians that wrote a ginormous post on why vegetarian is feasible blah blah. Let your body be the judge, eat a high quality steak with the fat then let your senses decide. Your genetic code has millions of years of evolution behind it, the instincts are NEVER wrong.
Your gut does not need a giant essay to convince itself to be or not be a vegetarian, it will decide the matter in a snap of a finger with one bite.
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