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A Short Rant on Vegetarianism

veg·e·tar·i·an ˌvejəˈterēən/ noun noun: vegetarian; plural noun: vegetarians 1. a person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products, especially for moral, religious, or health reasons. meat mēt/ noun noun: meat; plural noun: meats 1. the flesh of … Continue reading

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I Dream of Carnivory

by Aranyakananda A couple of nights ago I dreamed that I was at a restaurant from my home town that I probably wouldn’t eat at in reality even if threatened. In the dream, I ordered a bacon-cheeseburger. They told me they’d run … Continue reading

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