Nothing, I am a vegetarian. What keeps most people is the desire to eat meat or a sadistic need to harm animals.
I know of a few people who believe they might want to become a vegetarian, but either fear of a lack of nutrition or a lack of menu diversity keeps them from taking the plunge. The truth is I never had as much diversity in my meals as when I began a vegetarian diet.
I’ve included a link with a helpful guide to becoming a vegetarian.
I was a vegetarian for several years, but I’m not anymore. I tend to eat meat in small quantities, and (like I do with most of the food I buy) I make an effort to buy local. I realized, at a certain point, that my problem with eating meat wasn’t actually the meat eating part – it was the overall poor agricultural practices. Those are certainly not limited to the meat industry. For me right now, it’s more important to make well-informed eating decisions all around the board than to completely cut meat out of my diet.
I rarely eat meat – maybe three or four times a month. As terrible as this sounds, I don’t like to limit myself. Anytime I have tried to go on a diet in the past, I end up just eating more and more because I hate feeling that I can’t do something. I really don’t like the taste of meat. When I do eat it, the meat is usually a chicken broth. Maybe I’m crazy, but the thought of not allowing myself will drive me to want to eat it even more, despite the fact that I don’t like it.
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