"All vegetarians have eaten meat before."
My cousin never eat meat. His mom didn't give him meat. And now He say that he doesn't eat a dead animal.
I eat meat because I think it's delicious, and I consider it to be an important part of my diet. When I cook, I generally try to buy higher quality meats, but organic is too fucking expensive for my grad student budget. That goes for milk, eggs, etc too. That's the plain truth of it.
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You're a grad student now? Geez, I feel like we're so outta touch.
I am however aware of that tofu doesnít taste like anything. I also know seasoning are added, and when Iíve used it or have had it before it was cooked with beef, pork, lamb, chicken and sausage, the flavor of those meats were transferred into the tofu. Iíve also had it with out meats cooked with it and it had chicken flavoring. As with rice itís the same thing. Also Rice A Roni is something I eat, which I wasnít aware it contained beef products as well. (After reading the ingredients I found it contains ďdried beef brothĒ.) So Iíve come to the conclusion that most, if not all, meat flavored seasonings contain some kind of meat product. I was not aware of this fat before.
Now one the few vegetarian meals I have had soy based imitation beef product that tasted like beef (as well as rubber). This is where I got the notion that vegetarians' regularly eat meat-flavored foods. Which is way I find it odd/funny that vegetarians would eat meat-flavored products. And I know Dan wouldnít eat anything that had meat or meat products in it, and his parents are supportive, so I know for a fact that those meals did not contain meat products, and they did have meat flavored seasonings.
Iíve made few posts in here, not many too serious in fact. My first post was crude and childish. I believe my next few were about skittles? And then I was making a point about PETA. And my last post I do apologies for my arrogance since I wasnít aware that those seasonings had meat products in them. And I may not fully understand vegetarianism or the life style, but I have not made any health comments like I have before in a similar thread, because I donít know the health issues/benefits involved in the life style. Iíve only made sarcastic remarks and observations (observations which were under notions that have now been proven incorrect) in this thread.
I don't exactly know how to put it in words? Why would you want to eat something that tastes like something you don't want to eat? This goes back to the human thing, would you think it was weird if someone were to eat human flavored ramen? And the reason I use human in this example is because most of society sees that as a taboo. I'm not a vegetarian but Iíd think vegetarians would see eating meat as a taboo. I'm just saying, to me, it seems like thereís something morally or philosophically odd about that, not wrong, just odd.
Well then that statement would be directed to extreme vegetarians whom spread their agenda everywhere.
And donít get me wrong, just because I donít care how my meat is obtained doesnít mean I donít care about the cruelty involved. Iíd love to see animals slaughtered in a more humane way. Like Canadaís KFCís recently signed an agreement to only use chicken that meat certain criteria of slaughtering. That fact I picked up from Rise Against and their animal rights campaign.