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Re: The fishy logic of some avid vegetarians
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Re: The fishy logic of some avid vegetarians

Thanks for clarifying that. Yes, that is what I mean. I do not condone inhumane treatment of animals, and I do realize that with meat-eating, some of that comes with the territiry in most cases unless the most organic, grass-fed, cage-free and properly treated animals are consumed, which obviously not everyone can afford to do. It is a dilemma. In my own life, while I do still eat some meat, I am currently (naturally, it seems) drawing away from meat at this time. I used to be a veg., but in my case, it contributed to my illness and eating red meat was prescribed for me by my accupuncturist/herbalist - and it helped. Not so sure I need it as much anymore, and my knowledge of what else I can eat for good protein has increased as well. But, it is not so much the passion that bothers me. If someone is enthusiastic about vegetarianism and they like to encourage people to try it and explain all about why it is a better way to go in their opinion I have no problem at all with that. It is only when it crosses over the line and turns into bullying, insulting and strong-arming that I get annoyed. That "holier than thou" attitide that sometimes comes across. Even if they are "right", it still never helps to try and force your will on others, and if you come across as righteous, they probably won't listen anyway.

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