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Posted 3/5/13

Bedlam wrote:


1mirg wrote:

Tbh, the Veggie Sandwich is the only thing, in which I eat in five guys. But, even then...It is pretty good, not subway good, But, still better than other places :p


Why,,, would you go to five guys and not order a burger ;___; well, i suppose if you were a vegetarian and forced to go to one...


I kinda thought the same thing. I feel sort of bad because there is no Five Guys where I live but I do have a Red Robin so I guess that's something.
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if you were a vegetarian


That's not a 'if', that is actually fact. I do not eat meat
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Relax, I meant no offense. I had no idea what your eating habits were whence my use of the conditional "if".
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I didn't think you did o.o
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Oh, ok! A lot gets lost through text, I thought you were offended o: Btw, are you strictly no meat or animal by-products of any kind or do you eat fish, eggs or drink milk?
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No meat, period
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It's fun going to a vegetarian pot luck there are so many different food choices~
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1mirg wrote:

No meat, period


does that include animal by-products like milk, eggs, cheese, jello or yogurt?
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So true, alexwithcandy. In short, Bedlam: no eggs, or fish. Those still count as a meat, for me anyways. But, cheese, jello, yogurt, and milk are fine. But, I do not like jello, or milk personally,
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Roger that! :
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It is interesting to learn the differences between vegetarianism, being a vegan, Pescetarianism etc.
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1mirg wrote:

So true, alexwithcandy. In short, Bedlam: no eggs, or fish. Those still count as a meat, for me anyways. But, cheese, jello, yogurt, and milk are fine. But, I do not like jello, or milk personally,


For a while I had to be a vegetarian diet b/c I could not digest any meat. My body got all bloated when I had any type of meat. It got better though. I wasn't sure what happened. These days I just stick to chicken since my body can take it in better than other types of meat. I can eat beef without getting bloated but it has to be in a small amount and preferably grounded or very very thin slices of it. Basically, small amount of beef. Still eat (and love) veggies more though.

Do you like tofu or soy? I have a vegetarian friend who does not like it as much because she says it has like no flavour. To me, I love it if I cook it right. I also blend soft tofu in smoothies creations as well. And speaking of soy, do you drink soy milk or almond milk? Those are the two types of milks you'll find in my refrigerator. Almond milk is especially my fave.

Overall, I think it's cool that you are vegetarian and I respect and thumbs up for that. I am iffy about me becoming a vegetarian though because 1.I really love chicken since I can eat it fine. 2. I have anemia and so I need iron and I know kale has a lot of iron in it (and I do eat kale, delicious delicious kale), but like my doctor wants me to have that direct source of iron which comes more from eating beef. 3. I am still a student and vegetarian meals are quite costly in terms of grocery, except for fresh vegetables of course.
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alexwithcandy wrote:

It is interesting to learn the differences between vegetarianism, being a vegan, Pescetarianism etc.


What makes it so more interesting than other things?? Do you like fish?? Just asking since you mentioned Pescetarianism in particular.

Personally I love fish, especially salmon fillets. Delicious taste, can be made together with lots of other ingredients and healthy as heck.



Mmmmm.... Fish.
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Do you like tofu or soy?

I do not know, never tried them

do you drink soy milk or almond milk?

I honestly dislike the taste of any kind of milk, I was born that way


Overall, I think it's cool that you are vegetarian and I respect and thumbs up for that. I am iffy about me becoming a vegetarian though


No-one is forcing you to become a vegetarian, and even if that may be the case for you, offline. You still have overall say on what you take in, eat V drink. If you are worried about 'not having enough iron' then just try and eat more foods, which have alot of ingrediants in them, you may be shocked on what has iron, and what doesn't. Labels can be misleading, in most foods. So, overall. yeah. And thanks for the compliment. But, Even though I do not eat meat, I still eat pizza, veggie pizza's and cheese pizza's only though.
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I'm not really keen on being a vegetarian personally... but, I think it would be prudent of me to move away from my current eating habits. A few of my friends have gotten really healthy lately by following the paleo diet. Basically, if a caveman didn't eat it, then it's not part of the diet. so essentially no starches, processed foods, legumes, dairy, alcohol, etc.

coupled with exercise, i can see it becoming a great lifestyle change. my friend told me that at the beginning, it'll be very difficult, but if i keep my diet and activity up... i can be less strict with the diet and add certain things from time to time. the thing they said they missed most was eating bread and rice, lol.
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