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    Food for thought

    Think plants don't have feelings? I think this is something that vegetarians who look down on us carnivores who eat animals ought to see. It is an informative hour that reveals the true nature of plants. Eating plants may not differ that much from eating animals.

    http://video.pbs.org/video/2338524490/
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    Looking forward to watching that! Probably a good thing to watch for all the vegetarians who don't look down at animal eaters, too!
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    I used to be a vegetarian for most of my life (parents choice), and there are plenty of substitutes for meet that tastes relatively similar(food made of soy). Although I do love meet I could probably go back to being a vegetarian again if I had to.
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