Is that a serious question? That's the definition of a vegetarian.
There are plenty of other foods that have protein in them, like nuts, chickpeas, tofu and legumes, just to name a few.
Why of course there are vegetarians who love animals, just like everyone else, but this isn't the only reason for not eating meat. There can be many reasons behind a person's choice to be a vegetarian.
What is up with all the scenarios and ultimatums?!
If that made us sad, well then we'd eat it. It's our choice to not eat meat.
Oh you mean pig fat? Yeah, no thanks. We're well aware it tastes good, but that doesn't make us want to eat it.
They're too different words, aren't they? Vegans don't eat any animal byproducts, like dairy products or eggs. While vegetarians still eat dairy products and eggs.
Uh, thanks for your concern, but no, we're fine.
Plants literally can not feel pain because they don't have a central nervous system. On the other hand animals do.
Nope, not when it's consistent with your morals and views.
Since bing a vegetarian really isn't that uncommon, most restaurants have multiple vegetarian options.
Meat definitely isn't the food group you need to stay healthy. In fact, many studies show vegetarians live longer than meat eaters.
No, I hate you for asking all these dumb questions. You have your opinions and I have mine.
Actually we evolved to be omnivores.
But I am not taking any part in this slaughter.
Does eating meat make you too fat or too thin? It's all about how much you eat.
This has to be the most asked question of them all. No, no I can't. So stop asking.