Becoming a vegetarian - ideas?

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Moonlight
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Post by Moonlight » 01 Dec 2008, 20:32

Hi Dave! I'm ok

wow is the midrange on Fiona clear then? I should try out the cheaper models to see if they have better sound!

My one is a Clp 370 I don't know how similar it is to the 330 or 340.
Yeah we can talk about Sat tomorow I need to get off here and pratice!

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Re: Becoming a vegetarian - ideas?

Post by mayu0203 » 26 Jul 2009, 08:19

Why Become Vegetarian ?
:arrow: Cut the fat. While meat provides a lot of protein, it also provides a ton of fat — especially saturated fat. Which means that by cutting out meat, you’ll be cutting out a lot of bad fat, and replacing it with things that are probably not only lower in fat, but that contain some good fats :shock:
:arrow: Less food poisoning. Food poisoning gets millions of people each year — and many of them from meat, which is a good breeding ground for harmful bacteria, especially if not stored, prepared or cooked exactly right
:arrow: Reduce the suffering. You probably don’t want to hear about the horrific treatment of animals that are raised for food, even before they are slaughtered for our benefit. :lol: :lol: :lol:
:arrow: Help the environment. There are actually numerous ways that the meat industry harms the environment, from a waste of our resources (animals raised for food eat enough grain to feed the world) :P :P :P
:arrow: Get more nutrition. In general (though not necessarily), vegetarians replace meat with more nutritious foods, such as fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains, and so on :) :)
:arrow: Vegetarian restaurants. There’s only one vegetarian restaurant on Guam, and unfortunately it’s closed on nights and weekends (it’s a Seventh-Day Adventist joint, open for lunch on weekdays, and it’s great)
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Re: Becoming a vegetarian - ideas?

Post by Nutroast » 30 Jul 2009, 10:04

mayu0203 wrote: :arrow: Vegetarian restaurants. There’s only one vegetarian restaurant on Guam, and unfortunately it’s closed on nights and weekends (it’s a Seventh-Day Adventist joint, open for lunch on weekdays, and it’s great)
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Re: Becoming a vegetarian - ideas?

Post by lamp_abi » 01 Mar 2010, 04:55

I actually just saw an episode of River Cottage Spring where Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall was helping a woman who has been a vegetarian for 15 years start eating meat again. It was funny how she was grossed out just by the sight of meat. In the end though she did eat quite a lot - but admitted it will take a long time of getting used to.

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Re: Becoming a vegetarian - ideas?

Post by Gill the Piano » 01 Mar 2010, 17:16

Blimey Dave - you'll be fading away! Well done!
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