Yeah I agree. I was just curious though. I dont' know any vegans in real life.
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But the animals need us more than we need them. Without humans to share our space with them, they would be homeless.
So its okay to give them meat?
i mean i am vegan because i have have an issue with putting animal products into my body because it grosses me out, but if other people aren't grossed out by it, they can eat whatever they want
Force** not gorce
I think vegans not being allowed to have any pets is a bit extreme though. LMFAO
If they are the kind that force their lifestyle on their pets, yeah they shouldn't be allowed.I had a family member with a cat, she's vegan, she forced that cat to love that lifestyle.. We ended up rescuing the cat because when we visited it was nearly dead. Her children were pretty bad off too, they looked like they came from Ethiopia. Like they hadn't eaten in months. Reported her for child abuse too.
I agree, and that's a good thing that you reported her. Perfect answer right there. I mean if I have kids I am not gonna force religion on them or my diet you know? Let them decide.
Exactly. Though if they chose veganism in my home, I would not support it.
I would prefer them to eat meat, but at the end of the day I would let them choose to be vegan you know.
You're missing the my problem with that is I'm not cooking for them. I'm the cook in my home, we either eat the same things or not at all. The way I was raised and it's the way I will raise my kids. If they want to be vegan after they leave my home that's a different matter.
Missing the point** damn I hate being on this site on my phone.
No I understood you. My parents are the same way. We eat what my mom or dad makes end of story.
We are that way with just regular food. My mom makes middle eastern food because we are middle eastern so if I want pasta like food or something else I have to make it myself then.
It's exactly how I would be with my kids. If you want something different make it your self.
Yep and that's not a bad thing either. Who knows your son or daughters might end up liking the food you make. I started making my own home made yogurt and my mom and dad love it.
Yup. I actually demanded to learn to cook from my grandfather (he was an Italian chef) only family member of mine that raised me really.