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theblackcat OP wrote

Are there really any exceptions? Who NEEDS to eat meat in this day and age?

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zod wrote

People that live in harsh climates where other food edible to humans doesn't grow, like places covered in snow and ice most of the year.

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Calistoga wrote

I don't like this argument. You can't apply that to everyone, everywhere. THings like environmental/climate factors alone will affect what food is locally available or reasonably produced, not to mention socioeconomic factors that put good, non-animal product foods out of reach or accessibility to cash poor people.

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nicholai wrote

I'm sorry, but if you live in a place that can't sustain nourishing foods, you are an idiot and you are destined to be malnourished. There is no such thing as " socioeconomic factors that put good, non-animal product foods out of reach or accessibility to cash poor people" - plants goes into animals too, and will always be the cheaper option, unless you literally live in arctic climates and rely on hunting primarily aquatic animals, but then please refer to my first sentence.

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