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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Aren't we all vegetarians?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Aren't we all vegetarians?),it will help you,my kids.

Since you are what you eat, and animals either eat plants or eat animals that eat plants, aren%26#039;t we all vegetarians?
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When working at the lunch counter, people would ask me for vegetarian pizza. I would always explain that we had two kinds of vegetarian pizza - the kind made for vegetarians, and the kind made *with* vegetarians.

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No, because most people eat things besides vegetables and other non-animal products. As if things weren%26#039;t confusing enough here%26#039;s a primer for you:

-Vegetarian: For the purpose of membership of IVU, vegetarianism includes veganism and is defined as the practice of not eating meat, poultry or fish or their by-products, with or without the use of dairy products or eggs.

Often broken down further into OVO-LACTO, and LACTO. Vegetarians may or may not try and minimize their non food use of animals like vegans.

-Ovo-Lacto Vegetarian: same as VEGAN (see right), but also eats eggs and milk products. This is the most %26#039;popular%26#039; form of Vegetarianism in many Western countries..

-Lacto Vegetarian: Same as VEGAN, but also eats milk products.

-Veggie -- Shortened nick-name for a VEGETARIAN; often includes VEGANs.

-Strict vegetarian: originally meant vegan, now can mean vegan or vegetarian.

-Vegan: excludes animal flesh (meat, poultry, fish and seafood), animal products (eggs and dairy), and usually excludes honey and the wearing and use of animal products (leather, silk, wool, lanolin, gelatin...).

The major vegan societies all disallow honey, but some %26quot;vegans%26quot; still use it. Some %26quot;vegans%26quot; also refuse to eat yeast products.

-Dietary Vegan: follows a vegan diet, but doesn%26#039;t necessarily try and exclude non-food uses of animals.

http://www.ivu.org/faq/definitions.html
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I don%26#039;t think it works that way. Sure, the original fuel for the food chain is plant food, and that%26#039;s eaten by herbivore animals. As a matter of fact, very few of the animals humans normally eat are anything other than herbivores; the meat is too %26quot;gamy%26quot; if the animal eats meat. But a vegetarian is a human (ordinarily omnivores) who chooses to eat as an herbivore. Or at least a vegan: some vegetarians don%26#039;t object to milk, cheese or eggs.

Now it%26#039;s a fact that herbivore animals need to spend a great deal of time eating in order to get enough nutrition. And since humans need a good bit of protein, there is also the problem of whether they can and do eat enough protein. Again, even more of a problems for vegans than simple vegetarians. I%26#039;m especially troubled by children being raised vegetarian, because their growth depends on protein. Especially the growth of their brains.
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Nope. Not by the definition of vegetarianism. Vegetarianism is the practice and philosophy of a diet that excludes all animal consumption slaughter by-products.

Just because you eat vegetarian animals does not make you one too. Nor does it make you eating them a by product of vegetarianism. Since normally you still eat vegetables and fruits and not just animals. And since animal is not a plant and is more a human, technically animal eaters are closely more cannibals.

Also we are not what we eat...
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You are way out of sync. Plants and animals are all living things. Vegetarians try to eat only those things that have a low vibration rate, and do not feel pain as keenly as those with higher vibrations ( animals ). Which is why vegetarians eat plant stuff. Also, it is a known fact that heavy meat eaters suffer from a variety of diseases that do not affect vegetarians. If you know what is good for you, you%26#039;ll be a vegetarian, and stop this fancy reasoning.
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I, personally, only eat animals that ONLY eat plants, which makes me a Vegan, not just a vegetarian. So many people do not watch what they eat these days, but I am very careful to eat only grain-fed beef and chickens that have been kept safely in small cages and fed only food made of plant material. I don%26#039;t eat fish at all, %26#039;cause you can never be sure about those suckers...
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Interesting thought. My Dad use to say, %26quot;If God didn%26#039;t intend us to eat animals, he wouldn%26#039;t have made them out of meat.%26quot; I always thought that was funny.

Also, I just noticed your screen name, and to that I say %26quot;We are eating meat, and so we are suppose to eat meat, since this is the best of all possible worlds.%26quot; :)


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