1. Don’t want to say goodbye to the flavors of certain meat & dairy foods.
2. Don’t want to admit being wrong (to their family, friends or themselves).
3. Don’t know the real truth about meat & dairy.
1. Flawless meat & dairy substitutes.
2. Put the blame on the meat & dairy industry. Make the person feel as though they were duped and it’s not their fault (this is usually the case anyway).
3. Teach them the truth. Get them to watch an informative video or two.
@magyar i never thought of that! “people have been eating meat for centuries” “If we still acted the way we did centuries ago wives would be allowed to be beat and you would be marrying your cousin” ive been trying to think of a way to finish that!!!
and @nomeatnodairynoproblem (i like yo name) how can we do solution 2? like i feel as if that would just make them buy free range stuff, and since there is almost no “definition” of free range, its just as torcherus.
I can’t stand how deffensive people get when you try to explain how eating meat is wrong. Just because its been going on for centuries doesnt mean its right. People use to marry their cousins and now its taboo. Hopefully eating meat will be taboo
I know people who say “I couldn’t live without meat”. My boyfriend told a co-worker that I didn’t eat meat and was easing into becoming a vegan and his response was “well what does she even eat then?” That made me laugh.
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