Vegetarian Myths Debunked

Clark, Taylor
January 2009
Hinduism Today;Jan-Mar2009, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p58
The article discusses on the concept of vegetarianism. It explores the how omnivores view vegetarians who give up on meat due to various reasons. It mentions that there are people who claim to be vegetarian but continue to eat chicken or fish. It also mentions that American vegetarians get tofu as meat substitute.


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