When vegetarian is the norm, is it okay to eat meat?
The debate over veganism and vegetarianism has been going on for decades, with some claiming it is a lifestyle choice, while others argue it’s a lifestyle problem.
But does it matter whether you’re vegetarian or vegan?
And is it a lifestyle issue, or is it just an ethical one?
The answer, it seems, depends on who you ask.
For one thing, vegetarians and vegans often have different definitions of what it means to be a vegan.
Most people who are vegetarians or vegans say that it is not eating meat, but eating the plant-based diet.
Vegans, on the other hand, are more likely to say that the meat in meat products is the main issue, rather than the animal products in the diet.
“Vegetarians often say that they eat meat, they say it’s just that it’s in a different form,” Professor David Kirby, the head of the Australian Centre for Vegans and Non-Vegetarianism, told News.co.au.
“But I think they’re missing the point.”
Professor Kirby also said that there were a lot of misconceptions about veganism.
“There’s a misconception about vegetarians being all vegan, it’s not a strict vegan diet,” he said.
There’s a vegan lifestyle, and a vegan diet is one that is based on plant foods.”
So if you’re not vegan, that doesn’t mean you’re avoiding meat, or you’re going to be doing anything different.
It’s just a different way of eating.
“Vegans are also more likely than vegans to believe that eating animal products is part of the diet, Professor Kirby said.
But there are other differences between vegans and vegetarians, as well.
Vegan diets tend to be more varied than the meat-free diets of the animal rights movement, while veganism is also more common among non-vegetarians.
For example, there are more vegan groups in Australia than vegan groups on social media, while vegetarian groups tend to have smaller membership numbers, Professor Simon Fraser, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Sydney, told news.com,au.
He also said veganism could be viewed differently.”
It could be seen as a lifestyle, but it could also be seen in terms of environmental issues,” he explained.”
For example when people think of a vegan society, they’re not necessarily thinking of a vegetarian society.
There may be other aspects to veganism that could be considered environmentally important, such as not using animal products.
“In terms of ethical issues, Professor Fraser said that people often don’t understand how to define what a vegan is.”
People tend to think of veganism as a purely ethical lifestyle, which it isn’t, it can be a lifestyle that has an environmental impact, and it can have an ethical impact,” he told News, Australia.”
I think people often aren’t sure how to understand it.