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Vegetarian food or non-vegetarian food

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Still the fight goes on….

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Do you like vegetarian food or non-vegetarian food?

I like both, but a little more inclined towards non-veg.

While having non-veg food do you think about those killed birds or animals or fish in your plate?

I never used to think about them in the past. Simply enjoyed all those yummy yummy dishes. But nowadays, I donno, I just canโ€™t concentrate while eating chicken or fish. I just feel how good it had been if theyย were alive..?

I know, they will be killed/eaten by someone else even if I stopped. May be I cannot save them. (trying just to console myself ).

But these feelings haunt me a lot recently. And on the other side I just canโ€™t stop eating non- veg completely. ( I like it too) : (

What will I do..?

How can I stop eating them..?

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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

247 thoughts on “Vegetarian food or non-vegetarian food

  1. I came across this post today. I completely gave up nearly two years ago because I felt bad that certain animals were forced to give up their life so that they could end up as my meal. To this day, I’ve never felt any compulsion to go back to being a non-vegetarian. I still continue to be a steadfast vegetarian-by-choice and I know that I’ll never eat meat again. But the moment I say this, many people shoot questions at me. “What will you do if only meat was available?”, “Do you think there’ll be a difference just because you stopped?” and so on. But I think that something like this should be a personal decision. Because of that, I don’t force people to give up meat. (But I give hell to those who force me to go back to eating meat!)
    Maybe, just maybe, I’ll write a blog post about this issue one day ๐Ÿ™‚ I owe you for giving me this idea!

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  2. I think there should be rehabilitation centres even for Non veg eaters like us,May be then we may stop thinking about KFC and fishes

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  4. You should ultimately like what you’re eating. The satisfaction that you get after eating your favorite food is priceless. That’s the only practical purpose of our life! If you have developed a disliking for non veg better leave it for sometime and start with veg only diet. Maybe your body needs a change!

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  5. This might sound a bit harsh, but life eats life. No organism, no matter if it is plant or animal, can survive without the death of other organisms. I think native and indigenous peoples, and those more closely connected to their food source are able to reconcile this fact more easily. I feel the guilt comes from the way food is mass produced. It is one thing to consume an animal that has had a free and complete life up to the moment of its death, but another thing entirely to consume an animal that has spent its life in a cage. Mass produced vegetables and grains do not come without a cost of life either. Large swaths of land are set aside for one crop, creating an ecological desert where few species can live. I don’t feel the guilt should come from whether or not you are eating animals. Our collective guilt should stem from our disconnect with the earth and our food, and the sheer volume of environmental degradation and harm caused by eating food items that result from large scale agriculture. Hardly any of us can avoid this, but we can try to be more conscious about where our food is coming from and how it came to our table.

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  6. I go through the same thoughts and thankfully it has led me to cutting down on veg a lot, especially sea food. Somewhere, perhaps trying to console myself, I feel animals farmed for eating are better than stealing them from the wild ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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  7. Hello Akhila,

    I am a vegetarian, but I did eat non veg years ago….I gradually became veg after my yoga course..and i will just tell u that this is a process…even if you eating non veg but you respect your environment and are conscious about living a righteous life…you will be able to resist to your tempation with time…

    and btw..you can still make the veggie food taste as chatpatta as the non veg ones ๐Ÿ™‚

    Tc be well…Check out my page for some veggies meal ideas…

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  8. I think it really comes down to how your conscience guides your decision-making. In my mind I know that animals are killed and processed to feed my family so it doesn’t deter me from enjoying an animal-based meal. Hope your conscience guides you in the right direction ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. If you are passionate about not eating meat, then you will be able to do so, without temptation. And I guarantee you will have a new appreciation for food, animals and the environment. Gandhi once said “be the change you wish to see in the world”. You may only be one person, but you are one of many. You will undoubtably make a difference if you chose to become vegetarian, within your own life, the lives of others and in the world. Highly recommend!

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  10. It’s about the balance. I’m on day 9 to vegetarian (ovo-lacto) but I can’t wait to have KFC on valentine’s day~ Lol. But I think i’ve found some peace knowing that i’m not eating as much meat as i use to~

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  11. BOTH!!

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  12. Research what animal agriculture is doing to our planet. This changed me into adopting a plant-based diet. Good luck!

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  13. When I happened to attend a discourse on consciousness, a question that asked ‘are you happy eating dead bodies’ continue to haunt me. I started indulging more often in non-vegetarian delicacies post marriage, so it became a bigger dilemma. Has this post helped you choose between the two or are you – like me – still in a dilemma?

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  15. TO eat or to not, what I feel is there is no point shunning it unless you really want to go vegan. Its only possible when one feels herself/himself and not under some social influence. Till then happy eating ๐Ÿ™‚

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  16. I consider myself lucky in this case as I am vegetarian. Though I eat egg, but that is like two or three days in a month.
    This dilemma is hard to refrain to. No answers on how to get rid of it.

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  17. Whatever you do, don’t make yourself miserable about it and don’t let people tell you what you should be eating. You will eventually find a balance.

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  18. Interesting debate. Veg vs. Non-Veg. I like both as well, and believe that a balance between the two is best for me.

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  21. Hmm, interesting. Though everything eventually dies, so it’s okay. No matter fruit or vegetable, meat or egg. We’re all part of the same system. So even if you classify it (which is at times necessary) we’re all part of the same Earth and everything gets recycled, even you. You become part of something else. The circle of life, man. Ultimately it comes down to personal preference and what you want to do with the statement you’re making – because vegetarianism is a statement, definitely. But are you doing for good? Or are you doing it to be cool?

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    • i liked your last two questions…I prefer to be a veg in both cases, for my own fitness as well as for other creatures..
      but sadly, i havent stopped eating non-veg so far..๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰

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      • Haha, that’s good. I don’t judge people on their dietary preferences. I just read a lot about them. Haha. One thing I’d recommend for the debate is “Consider the Lobster” by David Foster Wallace. It’s very thought provoking, though long. Good luck being vegetarian! Also, thank you for following my blog!

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  22. At the very outset Akila, I had a tough time to manoeuvre to the bottom of the page, that shows that you have indeed stirred up a hornet’s nest with this forever hot debate..
    I have two quick solutions for the quandary that seems to plaguing you..here they are..
    Many intellects (both past and present) were vegetarians from Pythagoras to Einstein to Bernard shawto Tolstoy to Gandhi…to me, by chance and by choice (self proclaimed intellectual)all die hard veggies, and two, do not make your stomach a tomb for the dead and the decayed matter.
    And so the debate continues…

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  23. I didn’t read all the comments, they were so many but I respect everyones belief so no one’s offended.

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  24. Very politely,
    Vegetables are also alive , you put them in soil and they will grow. Why Eat those poor thing when they can grow and see their off springs.

    Milk, we drink is food of calf.
    Every seed we eat can live and grow into a tree if not eaten.

    It’s just vegetable have shorter life and don’t bleed so we are okay about eating it.

    Animals and Vegetable both are equally alive. Both are food. Both needs care, water, food, air, whether in garden or in pot or in farm.
    We raise them all. I’m only against wasting them, not eating them and throwing them in dustbin which certainly they don’t deserve. When you eat them they live as part of your body but when you through them in dustbin. They rot.

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  25. Thanks for your sharing

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  26. I really like chicken but dilemma my family doesn’t eat so it isn’t cooked.
    But I get you point of living animals being killed. A person once told me coz of me they are killed but I said I hardly ever get to eat chicken, she said but you do at times create demand. My reply was its anyways going to be cooked as many others require it every day

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  28. We’re born with the digestive system for both veg & non-veg food.
    So I feel why should we limit to veggies.

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  29. I am petty similar as well. With inclination towards non-veg. Sometimes I follow a 2:1 rule. for every 2 non-veg meal I follow with 1 veg meal.
    https://foodandolives.com/

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  30. I called myself a “vegequarian” – I only eat veggies & seafood. There is nothing wrong loving your meats because I believe human do have a balance of eating meats & vegetables. So don’t feel bad at all! Do what’s right for your body!

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  31. Akhila, you said it what I’ve been thinking all my life.

    I too eat both kinds of food. But always feel a little bad after having non-veg๐Ÿ˜ 

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  32. Haahaa…this debate is almost like never ending and i stand in same page with you when i was having non-veg like if i haven’t had it someone else will have it though being a hotelier i am fond of eating and may be it hurts some people but i like non veg more than veg๐Ÿ˜›

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  33. Been a vegetarian/vegan for almost 40 years (am 60 now). Started in college where I started to take animal industry classes. It clinched it for me. Yes, it’s a moral issue for me for sure, but also a global issue. Please watch Cowspiracy on Netflix…. Thanks.

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  34. U are still justifying your eating by saying anyways they will be slaughtered so what’s the point of only me not eating…so continue to eat n don’t feel guilty about it…there will come a day when you will conclude I am not going to eat them, because I don’t want to be the cause of some animal dying…I struggle with it too…not there yet…

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  35. I’m facing the same dillema. There’s nothing you can do, so grab some chicken legs and enjoy. ๐Ÿ˜…

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  36. Eating is killing something right?? If not, why was the food chain created?? Veg and Non-Veg. FOOD

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  37. I am vegetarian never feel like having non vegetarian food,

    Some times living in guilt can also make you attracted towards negative.

    The moment you come out with the concept of wrong and write , I think It would be more natural and easy to switch to be vegetarian.

    If you think negative as wrong it will tempt you more !

    ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  38. I like both veg and non-veg, but just like you, I’m a tad more inclined to non-veg. Well, you can console yourself in this way, that, it has long been proved even plants are alive, they response to external stimuli, they grow et cetera… so even veg-loving people are technically “killing” while eating… ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

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  39. Though I am a veg I feel its because of the cannines humans are suited for eating meat and are omniverous too. So dont take any tension Akila..Do what you feel right?

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  40. I always thank the animal for giving its life to put food on my table. And say ‘I wish your next life to be free of pain and suffering’. It’s a small consolation, but I find if I don’t include meat in my diet, I feel hungry all the time.

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  41. poor akhila..what happened to her. hope she recovers fast… praying on behalf of all those veg/non-vegetarians

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  42. Eat what u feel is good for health. If tiger thinks it will hurt deer if I kill it , one day tiger will die out of hunger or malnutrition.. I like veg.. I eat all nutritious food. Occasionally chicken.. Now if u find something nutritious u can try that.. Don’t think too much ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  43. I am a non vegetarian born in a vegetarian family. Once when my cousin broached the topic of how animals are slaughtered for the sake of my happiness, I told him to he needs to stop
    wearing his favourite leather shoes and belts, using leather wallets,
    buying his gf silk sarees,
    killing cockroaches with hit,
    eating vegetables and rice for they are also uprooted for the sake of tummy’s joy, even stop breathing because when he inhales he kills a lot of microorganisms
    all lives matter

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  44. In that case arw we not killing the vegetables or the plant etc etc then..

    Same scenario both are living organisms… also if we only eat vegetables and greens.. what will the animals do.. The herbivorous will surly have less. Food and suffer.. The carnivorous will have a easy way of hunting them..

    We better not make a imbalance ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

    But I love non veg ..not a single meal without some kind of meat in it..

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  45. If you really wanna left it then you must meditate, take a diet, go gym, meet a veggie guy.. ๐Ÿ˜

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  46. Ha ha even im a non veg tryng to becm veg

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  47. Now a days they have so many wonderful “meat substitutes” for vegans and vegetarians. I know a lot of people feel morally convicted about these things, so sometimes the occasional substitute can help! I don’t eat meat, but I do eat seafood and prefer mostly vegetarian options (but this is more for general health than conviction). Thanks for opening up the conversation!

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  49. I find it interesting that people will stop eating meat for the fact they don’t want animals to suffer. However, very few people stop eating meat for their own personal health reasons. Humans can be such selfish beings, but when it comes to food… we won’t consider our own health as an influence to stop eating meat. Don’t get me wrong, I will eat some meat here or there, but in limited quantities. Maybe you should consider slowly cutting meat out of your diet, instead of taking a huge leap to cut it out all at once -> Moderation is Key.
    Food for thought.

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    • i agree to you that instead of taking a huge leap, i need to slow it down.. even though i feel guilty after eating, just cant stop it.. that’s what confusing me..
      thanks a lot for being here..

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      • Understood, you are likely in the contemplation part of making this transition. You are still thinking and trying to figure everything out. Try treating meat more as a garnish to your meal, instead of the main dish, that could help to relieve some of your guilt and help you transition to eating less meat. As you find new foods (without meat) that satisfy your cravings, you will eat less meat. At some point you eventually physically feel ill after eating meat and that will stop you from going back. That is what happened to me and beef… I love the way it tastes, but I hate the way I feel afterward. Once your body catches up with your mind, it will be easier to do. Moral of the story, give it time. Everything comes in time, it doesn’t happen over night. Until then, start finding new, tasty recipes to swap out your old meals. Most importantly, keep moving forward and don’t get discouraged if you “fall off the bandwagon.” Get back on the wagon at the next meal or the next day. You will eventually get there.

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        • thanks a lot. it was the reply which i wanted…i posted it months back.. and still now there is no much change in my eating habits..but your words really inspire me.. so i am leaving it to time.. let it happen..

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          • You are very welcome. Remember to assess each day, think about what you can do differently to get you to your ultimate goal. Even if it means reflecting after you eat. Consider what you could have done differently to help you feel better about eating moving forward. Just remember, you can’t change the past. Best of luck!

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  50. Veganism all the way! It has so many benefits! And I hope many others start to see that also!

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  51. I stopped eating meat after a trip to India + accidentally watching PETA videos. After the videos I just realized the pain and grew the feeling of empathy toward the animals – I guess you should try that.

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  52. I am vegetarian and I am not against non vegetarians . I love animals and I feel the same as you . But if you love non veg you can go for it occasionally as by nature we are omnivorous or if you regret then take a decision and go for it…. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  53. You really think a lot alle, Akhila! Haven’t had such qualms yet.. Have friends who have had, and started being vegetarian.. up to you.

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  54. I’am a vegetarian..njan adyakalathokke frndsinot argue cheyyuayirunnu.non veg kazhikkumbo alochichittundo,nammale pole jeevikkunna oru jeeviye konnitta kazhikknnennu..bt appozhokke avar paranjath “konnal papam thinnal theerum” enna..๐Ÿ˜Š manushyar thanne angane onn undakki vachittundallo..so wht is der in veg and non veg

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  55. This has always been a dilemma. However, I can’t resist chicken. I hope God will forgive for being responsible of murder of so many chickens in my life.

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  56. I feel like this too! Omg it’s not just me,most people are like,why haven’t you just turned vegetarian then and im just like it’s not that easy,then I feel guilty,check out my blog too? X

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  57. Dear Akhila,
    I understand your situation, i though, being a Vegetarian entirely now had same conscience call that really pitied those innocent animals i ate. I suggest you not to be so hard on yourself as habits are something need to be replaced with new ones. So, start with eating and keeping your plate with veg. & non- veg and slowly increase the amount of former and decrease that of latter. I am sure you’ll be able to get rid of non veg without restraining them completely.

    since half of the battle is won as your conscience being aware of the thing that hurts many, it’s now your habit and taste buds that need change. Go ahead am sure you’ll win ๐Ÿ™‚

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  58. I say a prayer thanking the earth for allowing me to convert the fish into vital life energy. though i wish i could keep up with life’s demands without depending on animal protein… lamb does help my heart out, i must say. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  59. I m pure vegetarian : ))

    nyc post

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  60. you know what i also feel same i just cant stop eating non-veg but sometimes i think i should leave eating non veg because they are also living being but i cant control so please if u find an answer plz inform me tooo.

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  61. Some say we didn’t climbed to the top of food chain to become a vegetarian.. I will say if you would have understood their lang would you still kill them?

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  62. I think i commented earlier also…never mind ! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  63. your will power ๐Ÿ™‚

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  64. I can understand, I feel the same way. I feel like I am doing something terrible but even after realising I can’t stop. I don’t like fish and don’t fancy mutton, so I can easily leave them. But chicken is giving me trouble. I have a weakness towards biryani and kebabs. I can quit all other non veg items but how can I quit these two?

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  65. I was vegetarian for seven years before I started including fish in my diet. I’m now a pescetarian because the only meat I eat is fish. I stopped eating animal meat or anything from a mammal because I felt guilty that I loved animals and felt that mammals had emotions. I believe that simply because they could not communicate with us did not mean that they do not have feelings. I sometimes really miss eating bacon and sometimes it is tempting to want to eat it again, but then I watch a video on the atrocities of pig food farms and how they are mistreated and I no longer have the desire to eat it. Yeah, my not eating these animals is not going to stop them from dying or living out horrible meaningless lives, but I in my own way am not contributing to their slaughter. I am not endorsing or helping to perpetuate their treatment. And thankfully there are people in this world fighting for humane treatment of these animals.

    I see nothing wrong with eating animals to survive. But the food industry has become corrupt and major food farms practice all sorts of unethical ways of plumping up their chickens or so on. They are placed in sunless rooms and modified to such an extent that they are deformed and top heavy to have more breast meat. Most chickens live without ever seeing the sun, and some can’t even walk because of their modified breasts.

    Perhaps, you may want to consider eating animals that are from local farmers, knowing that they at least lived a decent chicken life. ๐Ÿ™‚ Kobe beef I think give their cows massages and let them drink beer. Now that had to be one contented cow. Good luck and best of wishes–Lindsey V.

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    • Thank you Lindsey for your detailed reply.. you shared a great point . once we know how the animals are treated before and after killing, we will be forced to skip them eating. But something in me prevent me from avoiding them completely. Once in a week, I eat only veg food. That’s it, may be as it’s my ritual.

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  66. It will be difficult ! You are in a bit of soup, I understand. I have flipped once from non-veg to veg, only to turn back to non-veg after ten years. Now getting back to veg is not easy. ๐Ÿ˜

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  67. I think one should go with what concience says. personally i feel compassion towards all living being is hallmark of humanity. Just to think that even if you dont eat killed animals others would eat is tricking yourself!
    You may like to go through a blog post on this issue at http://suketablog.wordpress.com

    All the best and take care ๐Ÿ™‚

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  68. I feel better on my largely veg diet but crave meat occasionally – big brain, you see! Organically reared is good so they’ve had some kind of life. Hard one, though!

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  69. However I am a vegetarian but I know that If everybody went vegetarian…the world will suffer from food deficit. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    So don’t worry -Do what you love and love what you are doing.

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  70. If you know to control your mind, things will be fine. IF you want to stop eating, you should…

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  71. Would that you could live on the fragrance of the earth, and like an air plant be sustained by the light.
    But since you must kill to eat, and rob the newly born of its mother’s milk to quench your thirst, let it then be an act of worship.
    ………………………….
    When you kill a beast say to him in your heart,
    “By the same power that slays you, I too am slain; and I too shall be consumed.
    For the law that delivered you into my hand shall deliver me into a mightier hand.

    Khalil Gibran to the rescue!

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  72. Do not stop just eat, rules of nature should never be questioned.

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  73. I agree with your thoughts…

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  74. I also face the same dilemma.I can’t help it..I love non-veg. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ
    I console myself by thinking that..”oh,after all I am not eating up their food(veg),I gave them chance to live for a long time and anyhow death is inevitable.” ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜€
    P.S. no offence animal lovers ๐Ÿ˜

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  75. I like both vegetarian and non-veg dishes and could happily eat both. I gave vegetarianism a go in the past but I think it proved I really do like my meat and fish! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I admit, I do feel a little guilty for eating food with a face but so far I haven’t managed to give up completely.

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  76. Meat meat meat…! Fish fish fish! Seafood Seafood Seafood and I eat it!!!

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  77. I wish I knew…I am hooked on poultry, forgive me. My husband and I recently took our 4-year-old granddaughter out to eat and had a side-dish of shrimp.( She does not grow up in a vegetarian household.)
    She asked what it was. I told her and her question was, “Were they alive?” I had to answer her and her reply was, “Get those away from me.” I have a feeling she will easily fit into the full vegetarian role. I will learn from her.

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  78. try quorn burgers ,sausages , chicken fillets etc.. I highly rate them

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  79. I always feel so much better about myself eating no meat oor chicken. I make allowances for mussels and tuna and other fish but new evidence suggests that they too can feel pain -at this rate I’m going to survive on fruit! Oh wait I already do – just about – but it is all GM fruit so I am back to here I started .

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  80. I went through a similar sentiment beginning last year in the summer. I knew it was a matter of time before I could not justify eating the flesh of another living being. I can’t honestly tell myself that my desire to eat meat trumps the right of a living creature to live. I don’t think my life is more valuable than the life of another sentient being. I haven’t eaten meat in 6 months now. Just my own personal perspective.

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  81. I’m a vegetarian! But I still eat fish sometimes, just because I feel like I’m hungry if I don’t eat a sort of protein. Sometimes I do vegan days, too. Technically, by not eating meat there is less demand and therefore there will be less supply so the animals won’t necessarily be cooked/eaten by someone else. Try introducing it slowly into your diet, there are great meat alternatives too ๐Ÿ™‚ Even if you try being vegetarian or vegan a couple days a week and eat meat on the other it helps towards making a difference!

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  82. I donยดt know, I love chicken ๐Ÿ™‚
    Hugs

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  83. Definitely let me know the day a solution is arrived at for resolving this dilemma..I face it too sometimes, bringing on a momentary guilt trip ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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  84. Definitely let me know the day a solution is arrived at for resolving this dilemma ! I face it too ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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  85. When my son was 3 he announced loudly in a restaurant, “Do all of these people know they are eating dead cows?” I felt awful. I wish I just could have paid for all their meals. We vascillate between vegetarian and non-vegetarian mostly by seasons. We find it easier in the Spring and summer versus the winter. All the fresh produce just looks so good.

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