Any suggestions? Preferably somewhere with lots of dead animals.
Vegetable Plate sounds good too. Some sides seem pretty good. Green tomatoes seem a bit weird to eat, but I like that.Look, Lammy, they have a Beyond Burger way down at the bottom of the menu.
Living things survive by consuming other living things. We all must cause suffering of some sort in order to live, even if we don't see or comprehend it. (I like cats, and see fostering as a good option)The cat needs meat, that is different. Although I would personally not buy a cat because I think that breeding an excess of animals whose nature it is to harm others is bad
To me it is more about sentience than life. If there is no sentience, then none of ethics, morals, sympathy, and empathy apply. I have played with the idea of plant sentience, but after some research and thinking about it I rejected it. Oyster and bug sentience is the grey line for me. I normally do not eat nor kill either but that is just to be sure.Living things survive by consuming other living things.
I know the feeling. The cleaner you are the stronger your acute symptoms to junkfood will be. This is exactly like smoking in that a clean person will get sick immediately from smoking and start coughing while a smoking addict with black lungs will be just fine while smoking. Of course, those accute symptoms are there for a reason. Junkfood and smoking are toxic, if you do not get acute symptoms then you will get chronic disease instead.A confession: I went to McDonalds for the first time in over 20 years last weekend (not my own choice). Needless to say (and you'll be amused to read), I felt sick afterwards.
If you were to keep eating McDonalds' then after a while you would like it too. In order to like this kind of food you just need to weaken your body and numb your senses so that your body will not object to it anymore. Same process as learning to smoke.I honestly don't understand why people even like it. It's not even particularly cheap.
It's funny you said that. The one thing I felt "nostalgic" about (and I remarked about this at the time), was the sauce.The taste from McDonalds' hamburgers comes from the sauce