Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
In my local food network, I have know a number of people who have went from being vegan to being part-time vegans. In every case it was done with a lot of tears... Because the way they did it was to take a live chicken or rabbit that they had been watching/visiting for weeks or months, holding it in their arms, and loving it, thanking it, then taking it's life, butchering it, and eating it. A deep sense of reverence for the animal, and our relationship to animals formed in every case.
John Weiland wrote:
I suspect a lot of vegans would say that one is either vegan or they are not, no part-timing about it.
Marco Banks wrote:
Its a bit like being pregnant. You either are or you're not. You can't be a little bit kinda sorta pregnant.
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