Sunday, October 04, 2009

'Plant-Based' Fail!

Or could it just be that mainstream media is picking up on the fact that there's no significant ethical difference between vegetarianism and omnivorism? From this story on a so-called vegetarian society's monthly potluck (and according to the "vegetarian" group's coordinator):

Members brought dishes fit for all types of plant-based diets, including vegan (no dairy products), pescetarian (plant and fish products only) and fruitarian (fruits and nuts only), Dyches said.
So, since when are fish plant-based?

Avoid the confusion and go vegan!


Lucas said...

Q.)What do you call a vegetarian who eats fish?

A.)An omnivore!

Adam Kochanowicz said...

By this logic, an omnivore's diet is "plant-based". In fact, a plate of ribs with a glass of milk and steak fries from Famous Dave's is a "plant-based" meal.