I have been vegan my whole life, so yeah, people can live without it. also it's a fact that vegan people live longer than people who eat meat.
also the meat people eat is 99% of the time processed and accidentally contains things you don't even want to know of. so you aren't really eating meat anyway, just some weird and probably infected organs from multiple sick animals kept in terrible shape, mashed together and gets called "meat".
actually I've been a damn vegan for three day's now and I must say I already feel cleaner... it's crazy, like I can literally feel the good vibes rushing through my blood. I'm only attempting this for two month's, I do have cravings for the normal meal's i've usually consumed, but I must say not bad so far.
Yeah I don't know if I'm ready for that bc I like fish a lot. Other meat I don't really care about. I can live without it though I've been a vegetarian but I prefer still having the easier way of getting certain vitamins and omegas I need. Plus it helps my body maintain my weight better also.
I can give up meet for a mint and maybe even two but not much longer, I struggle to getting a wide set of incomplete proteins and consuming all of the amino acids I require. Therefore I kind of make sure I have at least 4 ounces of meat a week but will be able to put it off for a month if required of me.
Yup. There's a lot of delicious fruits and vegetables. The reason I don't is because many people in the world need meat as a staple food. So, this whole liberal bullshit about how we have to suddenly stop eating meat is bourgeois first world nonsense.
Yes - it is certainly easier for us to acquire most of the protein and energy that we require by eating meat but we could survive perfectly well by acquiring protein through nuts etc and plenty of vegetarians do.