And I mean just the meat, not lathered in bbq and filled with stuffing. But the taste of the actual meat. And deli meat which has a bunch additives in it doesn't count
I'm asking because I'm vegan and I struggled with cutting out dairy but never ever meat. Even when I was a child I didn't like the taste and I thought bizarre to eat animals. You know as kids you have those books and movies about this idyllic farm life and I could never get over eating that same chicken or cow. I always thought it was gross eating animals and I didn't like the falvor either.
You know in Europe they often serve the whole fish, so a fish in a restaurant looks like a fish, there's no level of abstration. And the rainbow fish was one of my favorite stories, so that was traumatizing.
My parents made me eat it for a long but eventually I was old enough to decide that I don't have to eat meat when I don't want to. And I still don't see the appeal and find it hard to imagine that people actually enjoy it? Or is it more that you're just used to it?
Most Helpful Guy
I like the taste of it, but I stopped eating meat 40 years ago. I think I made the right decision.1
Most Helpful Girl
I love meat. But also I was raised eating it (I'm Mexican lol). I've gotten a taste of AMAZING tacos, tamales, sopes and pupusas, burgers, tortas, it's in my life style, what we've always grown up eating at home, and the only thing available if let's say I visit Mexico. I've tried going vegetarian, I only lasted 3 months and broke, and the reason was it was hard for me to resist certain foods knowing I've tasted them before and knowing I've loved the taste. Dairy, however, diary is easy for me to resist, I actually don't have that in my diet b/c it's easy to substitute w/ almond milk or rice milk, which is SO much better in my opinion. But meat, I can't substitute that, I've tried tofu and honesty I can't handle it.0