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How is meat any different from fish?
What Girls Said 15
I consider it a meat and never understood why people don't. The only time it is not considered as such is during Lent by Catholics and this is because according to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, abstinence laws say meat is considered something that comes only from animals that live on land. So, I think that is where the notion that it is not meat originated. Religion. Anyone who is a vegetarian and eats fish cannot truly call themselves a vegetarian.
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They are both meat , just means that one is from land and the other from sea.
Yes it's meat, delicious delicious meat.
Yup, it's the same.
I see no difference at all, you are totally right.
It's still meat
What Guys Said 10
Well imma assume you mean the taste it probably has something to do with everything else most of us eat being bird or mammal they taste different just like fish never ate bugs or reptiles tho so knowledge is limited
Drink this Its good for you and no meat lol
I think it's the source that makes it different.
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