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Vegetarian/Vegan Nerdfighters

This is for all the nerdfighters out there who are veggie. Here we can discuss recipes, ideas, reasons, and basicly anything about vegetarianism or veganism.

Members: 76
Latest Activity: Jan 7

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Where are we all?

I'm just wondering where each of the Vegan / Vegetarian counterparts live?Continue

Started by Andrew Sep 1, 2013.

Veg*n Nerdfighters, Represent! 6 Replies

It makes me so happy that this group exists! I was beginning to feel like the different vegan/geek parts of my personality were too different but of course it makes sense that nerdfighters, committed…Continue

Started by Kate M. Last reply by Andrew Sep 1, 2013.

The One Downside to Being a Vegetarian... 8 Replies

... is that I have to put up with the stupid question, "Well, then what do you eat?" I feel like this should be a given, no? I mean, a vegetarian is someone who doesn't eat meat, fish, or the…Continue

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Started by Elizabeth Dianne Pellegrine. Last reply by Andrew Jul 12, 2013.

help with being a vegi lover 9 Replies

today is my 3 year mark . i have only eaten meat 3 time in the years and only then it was not to ofend my grand mother who didnt know about me being a vegi lover. but my mom says im just making life…Continue

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Started by aj. Last reply by Kim Pate Mar 28, 2012.

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Comment by Andrew on July 14, 2013 at 10:56am

Just wondering if anyone is going to http://vegancamp.co.uk/ ?

It's a Southern UK event this year. It's always good fun and a massive mix of people turn up.

Comment by Andrew on July 13, 2013 at 4:58am

I had a funny question the other day during the ramblings of my team at work, what if you were turned into a zombie? would you be just munching on lettuce fields? I didn't really know what to retort with :(

Comment by Mary Napier on July 4, 2012 at 1:32pm

TFIOS finally put my reason for being a vegetarian into words "I try to lessen the amount of deaths I'm responsible for." I never knew how to say that. Whenever someone asks me why that's exactly what I say.

Comment by Sydney Carter on April 29, 2012 at 8:18pm
hahaha thanks, Alask is beautiful
Comment by Alaska Is Beautiful on April 29, 2012 at 3:57pm

I love the book Animal Farm. So good for you, Sydney.

Welcome to the nonexclusive club! :)

Comment by Sydney Carter on April 26, 2012 at 4:38pm

hello! im a pescatarian due to a movie my 6th grade social studies teacher showed me(its called Animal Farm)

Comment by Kim Pate on March 28, 2012 at 10:39am

Alaska: I totally understand the queasy. I was really surprised by how my mom handled it (quite well). In the beginning I offered to make dinner every evening so it didn't worry her about what I could and couldn't eat. My older sister however...She honestly doesn't know how to cook without butter much less meat or cheese.There are a lot of raw carrots when I visit her. ; )

Comment by Alaska Is Beautiful on March 27, 2012 at 10:55pm

I've been a vegetarian since May 2011 when I finally stood up to my parents and told them my eating choices are my decisions. *Pride*

Kim: I never really liked meat to begin with. I'd eat it because my mom made me, but I neve liked any of it. I started not being able to eat meat with bones in it without feeling queasy and eventually just told myself that eating meat wasn't worth it. It took a lot of attempts, but I eventually made it to vegetarianism. I've never craved meat since before I became a vegetarian and probably never will.

Katherine: Yes, everyone gets scared to bring out their meat-filled sandwiches around me. Every day I have to explain to them that what's my choice is mine and I shouldn't let it affect others choices.

Rachel: I've been called hippie. But then again, I've been called that since before I became a vegetarian.

Comment by aj on March 27, 2012 at 7:21am

i really used to but it faded with time.

Comment by Kim Pate on March 27, 2012 at 7:02am

So, how much does anyone actually miss meat? I live in a place where BBQ is a food group so I was very surprised by my lack of cravings/withdrawal. The only thing I miss is my mom's meatballs because they were a major comfort food when I was growing up.

 

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