I think she would have a problem living with me, cause I do the cooking and I'm not a vegetarian.
I'm not vegetarian....
I know you said you were at one time but not anymore.
Once you are a vegetarian/vegan...even for a time...it changes you....
On different levels.
Physically it makes you start eating lighter and your body starts getting used to lighter fare. It makes it easier for the digestive system...
It's great when families turn to veggie meals 3+ times a week...unless their kids are active in sports...it gives the abdominals a chance to relax. Vegetarian lasagne is just as tasty...even more so than meat lasagne...and it's easier to digest... The stomach does a lot of work.
From feeling lighter in body...being a veg...it also translates to being lighter in mind...making philosophies like yoga and meditation more of an amazing experience.
Interesting, and thanks for taking the time to answer.
When I chose to abstain from eating meat over 30 years ago, it was the way I'd already always felt about not harming other life that led to the decision.
We definitely agree about vegetarian lasagna. Even my brother praised mine, so I know it had to be pretty tasty. ;)
No trouble at all. Could use her main dish as a side for me
I sure could..
I could live with a rocket scientist...
Doesn't mean i'm going to start planing a trip to the moon..
Yes, that would be great.
As long as they didn't take away my meat, I could. Never get between me and my steak
Sure. If my partner could accept that I eat meat, there wouldn't be a problem.
As long as I'm not preached to about the barbarism of eating meat, no prob.
There is that...
I'd like to have some meat some of the time.