I would, but then that would mean that I have limited culinary experiences...
No, as part of work experience for the course I'm applying for I have worked on several farms and spent a day in an abattoir. Before the latter I was always a little concerned about animal welfare in places like that but afterwards I would happily eat meat.
I'd consider it but I wouldn't really know how to gain more info about it other than the internet obvs so its kind of peak
No. I'm nowhere near adventurous enough with food for it to even be an option. If I cut meat out of my diet I'd have very little left.
Perhaps. I usually eat quorn foods anyways because they're lower in fat. I'd need to find a substitute for ham and roast chicken on sundays but other than that, I'd be fine as a vegetarian!
I would, and have considered it before since I don't like a lot of meat product anyway. However, after thinking it through I came to realise that I don't like enough food items to be able to sustain a healthy diet without meat. Also there are a few things I love:
Pigs in Blankets
McDonalds breafasts/Spoons Breakfast
Other things I can't remember right now
Don't get me wrong, I don't care if people are veggies, vegans or omnivores but I could not survive.
Why did you decide to become a vegetarian back then btw?[/QUOTE]
There was the well known health benefits. But mainly, I saw a presentation at college on vivisection and the farming industry. I was so horrified I couldn't eat meat again for years.
Vegetarian, yes. Vegan, no. In the present day at least.