View Poll Results: Do you eat meat?

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  • Yes, I eat meat, but I´m not a "carnivore" (meat-lover)

    78 28.36%
  • Yes, I love meat. It´s a big part of my bill of fare

    142 51.64%
  • No, I don´t eat/like meat, but I eat/drink milk-products (Vegetarism)

    22 8.00%
  • No, I neither like/eat meat, nor milk products (Veganism)

    18 6.55%
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    I love meat! No vegetables or fruits can keep up with a good meat dish. I could live without pig though but I need my chicken every now and then..!

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    I will eat any kind of flesh, fish, or fowl. I like game better than store bought.

    I normally say "no" to dog and cat, but I would definately like to eat lynx chops (that's cat) and someone I know told me coyote tastes just like bar-b-que sauce.

    Veggies are best as a colorful garnish, but I like pickles or relishes as much as fresh.

    Any kind of pickle (meat or veg, eggs, snouts, feet, pepper, carrot, watermelon, fiddlehead, okra, onion, cabbage, tomato, squash.. you name it) and I will try it pickled. I once roofed a shed in exchange for a flat case of home-made Hot Normandy (califlower, broccoli, carrots, onions, garlic, and habenjaro peppers).

    Been laying off the potatoes last few months.

    Vegatarianism is odd, but I say eat what you want and so will I.

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    I used to eat meat, in a normal way, probably, but I don't eat too much of it now. I would only eat ecological meat, from animals who were feed with natural products, and raised in a proper way. The reasons are obvious, I guess, as I try to eat as natural as possible, for my general health.

    I would prefer chicken or wild animals, but maybe not too often. I discovered that there are a lot of tasty plants, which can be cooked in a reasonable way, and which can replace very well meat (but not it's taste and feeling, of course).

    And if fish counts as meat, then I love fish!!! The salmon is my favourite!

    I also eat milk-products, from which the sheep cheese is my favourite, yummy! (especially a type of sheep cheese made in Transylvania, locally called Caş; maybe there's something similar in other regions, I have no idea) I find it strange that, during the last period of time, I usually didn't/don't have tolerance for cow milk...

    Honey... I'm addicted to honey! At least, to acacia and forest honey, as I don't like too much other types. I think vegans exaggerate a bit, or a bit too much. It's something natural to benefit from the nature and to use the products it offers us.

    As someone already said before, we should eat with respect, whatever we eat, plants, animals or products derived from animals.
    Die Farben duften frisch und grün... Lieblich haucht der Wind um mich.

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    Carnivore and Insectivore

    I'm too much of a forest lover to eat plants. Those poor plants were just snatched right from their homes in the soil and gobbled up. A macabre sight indeed.

    Just kidding.

    On a serious note, I do love meats. I love my New York Strip! I Love my ham and bacon. I love my turkey and chicken. I love my catfish, steamed crabs and shrimp. Catfish being the best tasting fish IMO. I have been eating more veggies though. I love broccoli and every kind of bean. Potato's are good with every dish.

    I want to get more into insectivorism, I have eaten insects before and they are very tasty and nutritious. I have craved them ever since I gave them a try, but unfortunately, they are hard to come by. I may get some crickets from the pet store and mix them in with stir fry soon.
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    eat to live

    i went vegetarian for 5 or 6 years and felt great. i now occasionally eat fish or chicken (i craved both during my renunciation) but no mammals. legumes esp. lentils are excellent nutritional sources. in the usa so many folks don't want to know the circumstances which delivers their steak or pork chop to their plates. talk the talk, walk the walk. i feel school children should tour slaughter houses as school trips. why be ignorant of the source for one of our fundamental needs:food.

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    Everything in moderation. We should eat meat, vegetables, grain and so forth. Our dentition clearly indicates that we are omnivores. We should follow the rule of nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zimobog View Post
    I will eat any kind of flesh, fish, or fowl. I like game better than store bought.

    I normally say "no" to dog and cat, but I would definately like to eat lynx chops (that's cat) and someone I know told me coyote tastes just like bar-b-que sauce.

    Veggies are best as a colorful garnish, but I like pickles or relishes as much as fresh.

    Any kind of pickle (meat or veg, eggs, snouts, feet, pepper, carrot, watermelon, fiddlehead, okra, onion, cabbage, tomato, squash.. you name it) and I will try it pickled. I once roofed a shed in exchange for a flat case of home-made Hot Normandy (califlower, broccoli, carrots, onions, garlic, and habenjaro peppers).

    Been laying off the potatoes last few months.

    Vegatarianism is odd, but I say eat what you want and so will I.
    I've heard that dog meat is pretty good, so coyote should probably be pretty good too.

    I've never heard of eating the big cats. How does it taste? (like chicken?)

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    Grin

    I have been a Vegetarian for three years now and personally for me , it was the best choice I ever made. I feel a lot healthier and I lost about 40lbs, I am not a preachy one that cringes when my friends bite into a cheeseburger. I love animals and compassion was part of the reason I chose the life style but I never push my views on other people, only my immediate family members are aware I am Vegetarian. I am on the stricter side but not completely Vegan.It's a choice it has it's advantages and disadvantages like anything else...I come from a family of meateaters too..like they love their steak with the raw flavor and the blood running out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcrawlxawayx View Post
    I come from a family of meateaters too..like they love their steak with the raw flavor and the blood running out of it.
    I have to agree with them on this one. ; P

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    Quote Originally Posted by triedandtru View Post
    I have to agree with them on this one. ; P
    Like I have to cook their steak for them..and They have it in the skillet for like 10 seconds *exgaggeration*..I'm like It might as well still be mooing in the pastures..less cooking time for me I guess.

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