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So i've decided I hate myself for eating meat and I want to become vegetarian, I searched on google and the cadburys website and coudn't find any info, is the product shown below vegetarian does anyone know?

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Don't hate yourself for eating meat. There's nothing wrong with it.
They look like they're vegetarian. After a quick search, yes. But they aren't vegan. If that's what you're going for, then don't eat them. For normal vegetarians it's fine.
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Lol.... "hate myself for eating meat"

So you hate yourself for being human, huh?

My advice, accept that you're human, and part of a normal diet is meat.

Also, go watch Silver Spoon. It's good, and it may help you work out those conflicted feelings.
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Don't listen to these posters who tell you to eat meat. They're worse than Vegans going around trying to convert everyone to go Vegan.

If you want to go vegetarian, that's great to hear. You're not only being animal cruel free but you're saving the planet. You can do more for the planet and stop your hand in world hunger just by going vegetarian than donating $20 a month to some organization.

As for your treat. It's vegetarian friendly. Here is the ingredient menu:

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=264379631
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HolyDrumstick wrote:

Lol.... "hate myself for eating meat"

So you hate yourself for being human, huh?

My advice, accept that you're human, and part of a normal diet is meat.

Also, go watch Silver Spoon. It's good, and it may help you work out those conflicted feelings.


Yeah pretty much I hate being human
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If you want to go vegetarian, that's great to hear. You're not only being animal cruel free but you're saving the planet. You can do more for the planet and stop your hand in world hunger just by going vegetarian than donating $20 a month to some organization.


Not at all factual. Sorry, but it isn't. What do you know about agriculture?
Posted 1/2/16

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Don't listen to these posters who tell you to eat meat. They're worse than Vegans going around trying to convert everyone to go Vegan.

If you want to go vegetarian, that's great to hear. You're not only being animal cruel free but you're saving the planet. You can do more for the planet and stop your hand in world hunger just by going vegetarian than donating $20 a month to some organization.

As for your treat. It's vegetarian friendly. Here is the ingredient menu:

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=264379631


He's not really saving the planet by going vegetarian...and he's potentially hindering his development. Modern agriculture is damaging the top soil with the over use of pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides, and excessive mono-cropping. Cats at least eat fish and shellfish, DHA and EPA are necessary for the brain development of kids as is Zinc, Vitamin A and Iron which is not that easy to come by in plant foods, and the iron and vitamin A you do get is poorly absorbed and or converted into usable forms in the body.
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Ezgi wrote:

Don't listen to these posters who tell you to eat meat. They're worse than Vegans going around trying to convert everyone to go Vegan.

If you want to go vegetarian, that's great to hear. You're not only being animal cruel free but you're saving the planet. You can do more for the planet and stop your hand in world hunger just by going vegetarian than donating $20 a month to some organization.

As for your treat. It's vegetarian friendly. Here is the ingredient menu:

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=264379631


He's not really saving the planet by going vegetarian...and he's potentially hindering his development. Modern agriculture is damaging the top soil with the over use of pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides, and excessive mono-cropping. Cats at least eat fish and shellfish, DHA and EPA are necessary for the brain development of kids as is Zinc, Vitamin A and Iron which is not that easy to come by in plant foods, and the iron and vitamin A you do get is poorly absorbed and or converted into usable forms in the body.


Not to mention the claims of animal cruelty and ending world hunger are outright BS. You need look no further than to compare the price of chicken vs many vegetables per pound to see that eating veggies isn't saving anyone anything. Pets are actually more often the subject of animal cruelty than agricultural animals. *shrug* Just something they tell themselves to help them justify punishing their bodies. And it's a well know fact that vegetarians have nutrition issues.
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Comeon guys. Not these same arguments from meat eaters again. Im not going to bother since we can have this argument for hours upon hours. Just watch cowspiracy from leonardo dicaprio or do your research on meat farming. It has a huge impact on our planet.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_impact_of_meat_production
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HolyDrumstick wrote:


potentsativa wrote:


Ezgi wrote:

Don't listen to these posters who tell you to eat meat. They're worse than Vegans going around trying to convert everyone to go Vegan.

If you want to go vegetarian, that's great to hear. You're not only being animal cruel free but you're saving the planet. You can do more for the planet and stop your hand in world hunger just by going vegetarian than donating $20 a month to some organization.

As for your treat. It's vegetarian friendly. Here is the ingredient menu:

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=264379631


He's not really saving the planet by going vegetarian...and he's potentially hindering his development. Modern agriculture is damaging the top soil with the over use of pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides, and excessive mono-cropping. Cats at least eat fish and shellfish, DHA and EPA are necessary for the brain development of kids as is Zinc, Vitamin A and Iron which is not that easy to come by in plant foods, and the iron and vitamin A you do get is poorly absorbed and or converted into usable forms in the body.


Not to mention the claims of animal cruelty and ending world hunger are outright BS. You need look no further than to compare the price of chicken vs many vegetables per pound to see that eating veggies isn't saving anyone anything. Pets are actually more often the subject of animal cruelty than agricultural animals. *shrug* Just something they tell themselves to help them justify punishing their bodies. And it's a well know fact that vegetarians have nutrition issues.


Some of those facts said before may be untrue but just think of this, innocent animals are killed every day for food and profit and possibly taken from their family, how would you or others feel to have your family taken away and eaten by other people? Humans are selfish pricks who kill other animals for food and profit, yes this world is "survival of the fittest" and humans are superior blahblahblah but there are alternatives to meat and meat isn't needed to be eaten, its just selfish, no matter what anyone said its just being selfish an animal is killed for sport/food/profit and sometimes just anger and this absolutely dosen't have to happen its just a human being selfish as usaul.

If I become a vegetarian im not supporting people who kill animals for meat by not buying their products its simple, thats how im trying to help. I'm also disgusted by myself for eating meat aswell.
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Jared wrote:

Comeon guys. Not these same arguments from meat eaters again. Im not going to bother since we can have this argument for hours upon hours. Just watch cowspiracy from leonardo dicaprio or do your research on meat farming. It has a huge impact on our planet.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_impact_of_meat_production


I don't support factory farms they aren't sustainable and neither is our the current model of agriculture. I support small local farms that let there livestock graze and use minimal pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides, in there growing practice and I think it's more sustainable practice in comparison to what is being done on the larger scale.
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As long as you don't go vegan. Then we will never forgive you.
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This isn't an easy road you've chosen, but if you feel it's necessary to be of sound conscience and feel a sense of personal satisfaction from doing it then more power to you. I'll eat a hamburger, you'll eat a mushroom burger, and we'll both be happy. That's good enough for me.

Now, we've gotten word that this product is alright by vegetarian standards but not by vegan standards, but for next time it would be a lot easier if you could give a complete ingredients list. I can break apart a lot of the long, complicated names into colouring agents, preservatives, and so on easily enough, and I even know a few of the tricky ones like gelatin (which is actually derived from collagen), but without a complete list I can't sign off on a statement that something has no animal parts in it. Something else you should be aware of is that there are incidents where products marketed as vegetarian or vegan actually do end up containing animal matter or were processed with it, so you'll want to occasionally check on that.

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You can be vegan, pescetarian (which may interest you if you want more choices), etc if you want, but don't eat processed food. Processed food is expensive for everyone; If you must eat sweet stuff get some bananas and if you need something fatty, eat peanut butter (which you can make at home rather than buying it from stores). Furthermore, don't be ashamed of eating conventional meat or other food. I eat various food (except lamb, which I heard is delicious and more humane than beef) and if you still want to be a vegetarian, then that's fine.

You should also raise chickens of your own if you want eggs, like me. Though, you may have more than me.

P.S There is no way in hell I'm letting my chickens die or get eaten, they're are family to me and if you can raise your own goats, then you're in for some free, healthy dairy goodness.
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Always nice to see a thread turn into a motherfcukin discussion the second someone mentions vegetarians.

And to answer OP´s question; according to Cadbury´s website they label their products with "Vegetarian" if there isn't anything in it. So just take a look on the package.

Cheers.
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