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  1. 1. What do you eat from the following choices?

    • I am a strict vegetarian
      108
    • I still eat Meat, but trying to quit
      12
    • I eat Meat and i love it
      25
    • I only eat EGGS and or FISH
      10
    • I only eat GELATIN/RENNET (animal fat in food products)
      4


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For me its about choice and ethics. I became veggie after a 'eureka' moment on a survival course. I could catch, skin, gut and eat animals for food and/or live off vegetation. I couldn't actually come to killing a sentient animal just so that I could eat, when there was a choice, I made a decision to live off the vegetation (of course if there was no vegetation then I would have to face that question).

When I got back to civilisation, meat just seemed unnecessary in a world of plenty.

Besides the sikhi aspect of eating animals, I think the 'you are what you eat' argument is important. Would Guru Ji approve of the way animals are treated so that we can get our food today? This relates to both meat and things like milk. If you look at the way farming works today most people would question what they ate.

The worst example I've seen is in the Panjab, with milk from the local village producer. I had a look around and they were injecting drug after drug into their livestock, there was no method to it, they just thought more medicine/drugs = better yields/livestock. Of course all this junk ends up where? in the milk we had delivered and drank.

Today it shouldn't just be about 'what' you eat but 'where' it came from and 'how' it was produced.

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I am also of the same view.I dont get the reason people give for being vegie(when they r not fully veggie). Few popular ones are: 1) Killing is cruel: then why do we kill plants and why dont we liv

I try to be as strict as possible, striving to be at the VEGAN level, but I guess Vegans don't even drink milk, or eat cheese, because COWS are pressured to give milk, and never give it on their own a

Even the yogurt with flavors, such as strabery flavor, or peach flavor have kosher gelatin in it. Make sure you read the labels carefully

For me its about choice and ethics. I became veggie after a 'eureka' moment on a survival course. I could catch, skin, gut and eat animals for food and/or live off vegetation. I couldn't actually come to killing a sentient animal just so that I could eat, when there was a choice, I made a decision to live off the vegetation (of course if there was no vegetation then I would have to face that question).

When I got back to civilisation, meat just seemed unnecessary in a world of plenty.

Besides the sikhi aspect of eating animals, I think the 'you are what you eat' argument is important. Would Guru Ji approve of the way animals are treated so that we can get our food today? This relates to both meat and things like milk. If you look at the way farming works today most people would question what they ate.

The worst example I've seen is in the Panjab, with milk from the local village producer. I had a look around and they were injecting drug after drug into their livestock, there was no method to it, they just thought more medicine/drugs = better yields/livestock. Of course all this junk ends up where? in the milk we had delivered and drank.

Today it shouldn't just be about 'what' you eat but 'where' it came from and 'how' it was produced.

Guru Har Rai cried when he killed a flower, so we should ackwoledge we will kill little creatures but we should have Daya and not be massive on purposely doing something wrong.
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Plant grows back. And when u <banned word filter activated> the seeds grow with natural fertilizer!

Milk is not good it's for calfs (baby animals)

Fish is not green vegetable

Animal are gods children too. White black brown man woman cow and maaj feel pain.

Egg is future (kill egg no life)Seed

Be human and protect those who have no voice

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Is butter vegetarian?

I know, I know, I'm a dope for asking. I'd look myself, but whenever I search for butter, everything from peanut butter to almond butter comes up - but not butter!

Unless I'm wrong, does it have gelatin in it? Thanks to any feedback, you guys are awesome.

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nahi oye

nope-- pajji Butter is made from cream and should not have gelatin.

you can also make butter with your electric mixer. Beat heavy cream until it's whipped cream, and then just keep at it till it turns into butter. you can add garlic and herbs to make flavored butter too

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