Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 7:21 pm
YES I KNOW!! Handing that poster out to little kids exiting Finding Nemo! What horrid people!
Let the Spells fly!
Yes. I have a friend who supports PETA in the naming and shaming of celebrities wearing fur, but she isn't a militant vegetarian by any means. I've eaten meat in front of her before and she hasn't been horrible and she'll happily feed her cat processed chicken by hand because he's old and it's his favourite food!Willow wrote:Ah PETA, they are an interesting group, I am for the ethical treatment of animals, but PETA seems to treat anyone that doesn't have four legs or feathers like crap.
I don't know about nature religions, as I don't follow one. Nature is red in tooth and claw. Beasts eat other beasts and, generally, the higher up the food chain an animal is, the more likely it is to be a meat eater. Humans are at the top of a food chain and eat meat.Gaia Dragoncat wrote:Is it okay to eat meat? ...
... article that said that it was against nature religions to eat another animal.
I don't eat meat every day, either.Lotus wrote:Lately, I have been making sure that one meal a day is vegitarian since I do believe as a culture we consume too much meat.
That's why I prefer to eat seasonally and locally, then organically. If I can't source organic locally, then I will get non-organic. I do my best to eat foods produced in my country of residence, but its not always possible. However, I do watch what is imported carefullyLotus wrote:So many people are also on this organic kick. Think about it, if they have to ship an organic pineapple to Ohio is it organic anymore? Why pay extra when it will not make a difference.