Are vegetarians plant killers?? (Page 3)
Kaotic_J: There is a whole meat chapter in that book!
Beating your meat,licking the juices off your meat,even tells where you shouldnt stick your meat
DiIIy: Seriously??? Well thats some important steps there. Cant say ive read the book,flicked through it, i know everything anyways Looked good in the bookshelf but
Imperfect_Perfection: In the words of Maynard *this is necessary... life feeds on life feeds on life feeds on LIFE*
Without death there would be no life. Whether your food is conscious or not, it must die in order for you to continue living.
fairgojustsaying: It's simple, it's a choice as what a person will eat, plants rejuvinate by dying in the wild, either lack of water or by fire, is that suicide, sorry bad joke.
Koyx: If we didn't eat plants we would be dead. That being said if animals didn't eat plants, they wouldn't exist. Also if nothing ate plants, plants' population will increase. This would lead to overcrowding and possibly depletion of resources. As a consequence plants would die out. so by eating plants, paradoxically, we're saving them.
fairgojustsaying: True.....because growing them creates oxygen and without that we don't exist, so grow eat and live.
TwistedCharm: Its been shown that eating plants is good for the system and helps it regenerate, however eating animal products degenerates the body. This has been scientifically proven.
Wonderbunny: People eat plants but also propagate them. What do vegans think about killing slugs and caterpillars that try to steal their food? Obviously pesticides are bad, but organic methods of pest control include drowning the little creatures in beer. Would vegans stamp on a lily beetle or allow the pretty flower to perish?
ghostgeek: You can either eat the plant directly or eat the animal that ate the plant. To live you must eat something else. If you want to die then do so but nothing else in nature will care.