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  1. I still think it's a fashion statement. Once a vegan is placed in a survival environment, he will forget about this fashion. Replacing meaning with fashion is fraught with various deviations, but we are people and fashion affects us. especially if reputable acquaintances or friends eat like this.

  2. It depends on the reasons why a person became a vegetarian. If for ethical reasons, then a vegetarian also, for example, does not wear leather clothes. This is not just nutrition, but a philosophy with a practical component.

    If for health reasons, then rather it is only nutrition.

  3. Philosophy, religion, zoolatry. We worship animals. When we see them, we get down on our knees, bow down, and worship them.�

    But seriously, everyone chooses for themselves the reason for refusing meat. I became interested, and I was drawn in. And you know, I don't regret it at all.

  4. If for a person nutrition is one of the main components of life, then, being in fact nothing more than a food system, vegetarianism is also a lifestyle. So, probably, it is – vegetarians, as a rule, attach hypertrophied importance to nutrition issues, both their own and those of others. “Tell me what you eat and I'll tell you who you are.”

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