. . . Ooooeps . . . I already see the troops of meatloafs . . . Protected content . . . marching into this innocent discussion . . . after this veggie thread from Protected content . . . Protected content . . . got off route several times . . . no worries, all fine.
Do as you see fit. Am no vegan. Am flexitarian. Meaning . . . I turned from Protected content a week meat/fish/poultry to . . . something that was quite common for everybody in the 60s and even 70s . . .
Indulging animal products only on Sundays or special occasions.
Now it's become sorta everybody's darlin' . . . and . . . low profile.
Low profile ? Pimped with antibiotics, stress, younameit . . .
Listen . . . I am not addressing members who drive 30 miles to the next butcher to buy high-price organic 'food'
Reality is . . . 90%+ of mankind are NOT in the position to do the same.
But if 90%+ of mankind would change to a 6+ days a week more . . . vegetable and fruit diet . . . that would certainly make the world a better place to live in ?
See also nice examples of activity groups on IN such as . . .
#1 - InterNations Frankfurt Community Food Garden - Protected content
#2 - InterNations Frankfurt Vegan Cuisine & Friends - Protected content
Or crowded brunch activities in vegan venues . . .
What say you and why ?
Greetings from a SchornsteinFeger . . . ;-)
Note: The above represents my personal opinion. I am not prepared to back this up with any stats or the like.