I like the taste and only way I get iron as i dont eat lentils etc as I don't like them.
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23-12-2011 19:53 #11
23-12-2011 19:55 #12
Really? I would've thought a simple, 'I don't like the taste of it' or 'It goes against my beliefs' or 'Meat and I just don't agree' would be enough to keep the nosey meat-eaters at bay.
I eat meat. My family eats meat. We enjoy the taste of it. The end.
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23-12-2011 19:55 #13
Because I can and I refuse to justify with BS reasons to ANYONE
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Because we grow it ourselves, so it is cheap and plentiful for our family.
Because I love the taste.
Because it is nutritionally rich.
23-12-2011 20:00 #16
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23-12-2011 20:01 #17
I serve meat to my DS because its what I make for dinner. He also finds it delicious and chooses to eat it. Should the day arise that he says he no longer wants it, I'll cross that bridge when I come to it. For now though, I must continue to fight him for the last pork chop/steak
23-12-2011 20:05 #18
I grew up with meat, and thus a lot of my cooking skill is based around meat-based dishes for dinner. I also like the taste/texture of a lot of meats.
I would like to go vego, but even if I could over the above, my new stomach requires me to eat lots of protein... thing is, I can't eat lots of food. While you can get a lot of protein from non-meat sources, it also requires that I eat a lot more of those alternatives to meet my 60g a day goal (that's just of protein). I suspect I'll never realistically become a vegetarian while I require so much protein, yet have only a tiny amount of space in my belly to allow me to get it.
23-12-2011 20:07 #19
Funny how 'because it tastes nice' is an acceptable reason while 'I do not like the taste of it' is often unreasonable.
23-12-2011 20:07 #20
I eat meat because I get very low in iron when I don't. And because my body feels more satiated when I eat it. And you know, lions eat gizelles and all that.
I was a vego for 11 years. Honestly, ethically I support vegetarianism. But meat just tastes so darn good and leaves me feeling so satisfied. I will feed my daughter meat until such a time as she is able to make her own decision.
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