• Revert back?

    Profile photo of NaomiSimmons

    Over a year ago

    Hi, long story short I’ve been a vegetarian ( or pescatarian whatever ) for 5 and a half years since 8th grade and I one say decided to convert back to cruelty free chicken due to a health problem. I feel bad about doing so, it’s completely vegetarian raised, caged free, humanly raised, all of that but I don’t like labeling myself as a pesca-pollotarian. I REFUSE to eat it if it’s not raised right. I don’t know if I’ll get shunned or what? Help?

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  • Profile photo of annie-l

    Over a year ago

    Hey @NaomiSimmons,

    There’s no such thing as “cruelty-free” or “humane” meat ( All animals raised for meat suffer and are exploited (including fish: :(

    The good news is that there’s no need for you to eat animals! :) Check out our vegan guide to good nutrition here: Don’t forget to try our super delish and easy recipes:

    E-mail us at if you have any questions. :)

    ~Annie from peta2.

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  • Profile photo of RobertMair

    Over a year ago

    I don’t see why you should do because it has little health benefits, the stuff you’re eating is still not completely humane but way better than factory farmed chicken.
    If you still have it go veggie once you’ve recovered, OK :)

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  • Profile photo of Whiskey

    Over a year ago

    If people think poorly on you going back to meat over a medical problem then they need their heads checked. You are planning on doing human raised chicken and I personally see nothing wrong with it. You shouldn’t care so much about what other people think hun, it’s your body and your life. If people can’t handle that then maybe they should go fly a kite. You ARE making the right decision, especially with a medical reason.

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