Most Helpful Girl
I wouldn't since trying to convince you to eat something you don't agree with isn't my place. Only real argument is that it tastes good and clearly that wouldn't be enough
Most Helpful Guy
It depends on why you're a vegan. Is it for health reasons primarily? Is it for ethical reasons? Is it for religious reasons? That is important to consider because similar dietary restrictions may have different rationales.
For example, while I am a meat eater there are certain meats I would not eat, and for different reasons. For example, I don't eat pork or carnivores/raptors/scavengers/insects because it's against my religion. I don't eat red meat because I don't like the taste. So, the meat component of my diet is primarily restricted to white meats and sea food.
I also very rarely consume dairy because I'm very lactose intolerant.
Also, strive to avoid consuming the flesh of animals that have been raised in inhumane conditions (no argument that their slaughter at the end is not).
However, I do wear wool, and leather belts.
Why are you a vegan?
Are there extenuating circumstances where you would consider eating meat or animal products?
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