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Sun May 13, 2018 3:05 pm
For the oxymoronic aspect, saying “most vegetarians” might fall in same context as saying “most christians” whereas most who call themselves christians never go to church. The ratio might be similar. But of course there are purists in every persuasion.
That's a poor comparison. It's not complicated, if you eat meat you ain't a vegetarian, that's pretty easy to understand. Just because someone calls themself a vegetarian doesn't mean they are. If someone has a low intake of meat or avoids red meats, it sounds like they have a pretty healthy diet to me.
I could happily live as a pescatarian!
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While not vegetarian only, almost every Thai restaurant even food stalls serve an abundance of vegetable stir fry's and the likes.
Even the meals which have pork, beef, chicken, shrimp etc you can just ask for that to be omitted, it is never a problem.
I eat hardly any meat and find I can get a vegetarian meal almost anywhere here.
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