• Are eggs vegetarian?

    Best answer: Eggs are part of a vegetarian diet, yes. A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat of any kind. Eggs aren't meat! Whether they're fertilised or not is irrelevant. Regarding another answer you have, there's no such things as a "semi-vegetarian" diet - a person either eats meat or they... show more
    Best answer: Eggs are part of a vegetarian diet, yes.

    A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat of any kind. Eggs aren't meat! Whether they're fertilised or not is irrelevant.

    Regarding another answer you have, there's no such things as a "semi-vegetarian" diet - a person either eats meat or they don't.

    Added, whether or not an "animal was killed" or not is also irrelivant. Vegetarians don't eat meat!
    49 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you love the taste of rainier cherries?

    Best answer: I love rainier cherries, much sweeter than bing and other varieties.
    Best answer: I love rainier cherries, much sweeter than bing and other varieties.
    27 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it true if you become vegan you get a natural high?

    Some musicians are vegans, generally in rock bands but some rappers and electronic artists are too, and many of them are vegan or vegetarian. A few musicians have stated that since going vegan they say they feel a natural high in which they feel alert, calm, and almost invincible. Some of these people who claim... show more
    Some musicians are vegans, generally in rock bands but some rappers and electronic artists are too, and many of them are vegan or vegetarian. A few musicians have stated that since going vegan they say they feel a natural high in which they feel alert, calm, and almost invincible. Some of these people who claim this also say not just the vegan food helps them, but the fact they believe they are helping animals and the environment gives them a natural high released by endorphins and other brain chemistry. One of them even said that he felt so good after going vegan for the first year and still is vegan for 20 years, that he felt a "connection to the earth" when eating solely kale for a week, and a vegan punk rock singer said when last year he tried the Impossible Burger, a vegan burger designed to bleed and taste just like beef, that his body and mind actually felt "aroused" and weird at the same time because it tasted like meat, which he has not had since he was 18 (he's 47 now). So is it true that for some people the vegan diet really makes you feel this good mentally and physically, or is it just a farce?
    35 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you be a cheap vegan?

    Best answer: absolutely. Peta has a list of good cheap vegan meals. For under $3. https://www.peta.org/living/food/vegan-recipes-dont-starve-until-payday/ Also just google "cheap vegan meals" and you will get hundreds of hits. My new friend Pinterest has hundreds of cheap vegan... show more
    Best answer: absolutely.
    Peta has a list of good cheap vegan meals. For under $3.
    https://www.peta.org/living/food/vegan-r...

    Also just google "cheap vegan meals" and you will get hundreds of hits.

    My new friend Pinterest has hundreds of cheap vegan suggestions
    https://www.pinterest.com/explore/cheap-...

    Oh, and there is a YouTube channel that I have been getting a kick out of lately.
    https://youtu.be/bmnPM6QzDTw
    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it a good idea being 13 and becoming vegetarian?

    I want to become a vegetarian because I don't agree with the way that people treat animals. I have been wanting to become a vegetarian for a while now but I wasn't sure if I should or not...is it a good idea?
    I want to become a vegetarian because I don't agree with the way that people treat animals. I have been wanting to become a vegetarian for a while now but I wasn't sure if I should or not...is it a good idea?
    47 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do people think fish is different from meat...?

    Best answer: I don't understand that either, when my children had school dinners they tried to force them into eating fish fingers, when I complained they said " well fish is not meat" after that I sent them to school with a packed lunch instead.
    Best answer: I don't understand that either, when my children had school dinners they tried to force them into eating fish fingers, when I complained they said " well fish is not meat" after that I sent them to school with a packed lunch instead.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Meat Eaters- Do you ever think about the animal you consume?

    I'm not a vegetarian,btw. I also eat meat. I recognize that most vegetarians and almost all vegans (at least the preachy ones) eat that way out of some need for attention and/or superiority complex. I'm not trying to look down on anyone. I eat meat, and I do think about the life of that creature. I think... show more
    I'm not a vegetarian,btw. I also eat meat. I recognize that most vegetarians and almost all vegans (at least the preachy ones) eat that way out of some need for attention and/or superiority complex. I'm not trying to look down on anyone. I eat meat, and I do think about the life of that creature. I think about how they're not suffering in corporate cut-cost conditions. Pigs, smarter than dogs, can't turn even around in the cages they're kept in their whole lives. Even "free range" isn't good. you might imagine them running around in a giant field with as much space as they need, but that "field" is indoors, and literally jam-packed with chickens wall to wall. Fights happen all the time. so does disease. Milk cows are made to be constantly pregnant so they're always producing milk. What do you think they do with all those baby cows? It's sad, but I think it's prudent to think about them, lest we become heartless.
    31 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I consider becoming a vegetarian?

    Best answer: In my opinion: No. I think you are feeling "false guilt". Those farm animals that are killed in the slaughterhouse are here to provide us food. That is their purpose. Don't listen to groups like PETA. They want to manipulate you (through your emotions) with false guilt, control you, and take your... show more
    Best answer: In my opinion: No.

    I think you are feeling "false guilt". Those farm animals that are killed in the slaughterhouse are here to provide us food. That is their purpose. Don't listen to groups like PETA. They want to manipulate you (through your emotions) with false guilt, control you, and take your money. They are a bunch of liars and scam artists. I don't know if they are a "terrorist organization", but some have claimed that they are.

    Your best bet is to eat a normal balanced diet that includes meat and dairy and bread/grains. You will still have fruits and vegetables.

    If you have seen the Food Guide Pyramid, you should know that we need them all. The only exception is "Fats, Oils, and Sweets" - basically junk food, such as candy or potato chips or donuts. On those, go sparingly.

    It should be your choice to whether or not you want to be vegetarian. But if you are doing it out of false guilt, then you are letting someone manipulate you. You can also choose not to be vegetarian.
    27 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is flavored water vegan?

    Best answer: No
    Best answer: No
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are prawns like cockroaches of the sea?

    Best answer: No, Prawns are crustaceans whilst cockroaches are insects,
    Best answer: No, Prawns are crustaceans whilst cockroaches are insects,
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is magnum peanut butter double vegetarian?

    Best answer: Yes.
    Best answer: Yes.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • How much would eating some chicken tenders raise my cholesterol?

    I've been vegan for a few years for health reasons and lately I've been craving chicken tenders. If I ate one meal of chicken, how much would my cholesterol level increase? The LDL I mean. Would it be a small "blip" on the screen so to speak?
    I've been vegan for a few years for health reasons and lately I've been craving chicken tenders. If I ate one meal of chicken, how much would my cholesterol level increase? The LDL I mean. Would it be a small "blip" on the screen so to speak?
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think raising a kid vegetarian and meat free is okay/healthy?

    I am not a vegan or vegetarian but have been a veg in the past. While I don't plan on raising my kids like that it I have any, do you think it's okay to raise them vegetarian and never trying meat or fish? Would it be healthy? I've met a few people who said they plan on raising their kids this way,... show more
    I am not a vegan or vegetarian but have been a veg in the past. While I don't plan on raising my kids like that it I have any, do you think it's okay to raise them vegetarian and never trying meat or fish? Would it be healthy? I've met a few people who said they plan on raising their kids this way, and some parents who are vegan/veg raise their kids like that. I met a 20s guy a year ago who claimed he's been vegetarian his whole life, and some celebrities including a punk rock singer who is 47 and has a son who is 14 and never had meat or fish as he was raised vegetarian because his singer dad is a vegan/vegetarian since he was 18 and has also never had alcohol or drugs or cigarettes his whole life. The mom is also vegetarian and exvegan. While I will not name him for his own privacy, he also does not wear animal products, and his son he says is the healthiest kid at his middle school and elementary schools.
    33 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How can I stop crying over animals dying?

    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is vegetarian and veganism new?

    15 answers · 2 weeks ago