Vegetarianism is the practice of not eating meat, and in some cases, also abstaining from dairy or other animal by-products. Many people have adopted vegetarianism, and it seems as if more and more people are opening up to a meat-free diet. One of the main reasons people decide to go vegetarian is for ethical reasons like animal rights. As The Veiled Life has shared in the past, animals used for food come from factory farms —places of mistreatment and cruelty.
Jeannie Bohince, a strong animal-lover, has been a vegetarian for a few years now and sat down with me to talk about her experience.
Why did you become a vegetarian? For example, was it for moral, health, religion, environmental, or taste reasons?
Two reasons –high cholesterol, and I read a book called Where The Blind Horse Sings about a farm animal sanctuary.
How long have you been vegetarian?
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