Vegetarianism can be traced back to Pythagoras, who only ate bread, veggies and a little honey. It didn’t catch on because people weren’t aware of the strong link between being a mathematician and being a nutritional scientist.
Vegetarianism can also lead to weight-loss, which might be some comfort considering that you will no longer be enjoying food.
An all vegetable diet often results in a B-12 deficiency because that particular vitamin can only be found naturally in the tears of veal calves.
One of the biggest advantages to an all vegetable diet is you won’t have to listen to sanctimonious vegetarians tell you how to live and eat.
Some doctors recommend switching to a vegetarian diet gradually. If planned properly, you’ll be a full-fledged vegetarian just about the time that you die.
You might encounter a lack of protein, iron, vitamin D and zinc with an all-vegetable diet; but, you will definitely have all the smug self-satisfaction that you’ll ever need.
Hitler was a vegetarian. I’m not saying that all vegetarians are genocidal, drug-addicted lunatics; but, that’s how the rest of us perceive them…
Being a vegan takes a lot of self-control and will power… not nearly as much self-control as those of us who have to listen to them have developed.
If vegetarians really wanted to end meat-eating, they’d start eating carnivores until there were none left to eat meat.
It takes eighteen times more water to raise beef than it does to raise the same mass of corn. But corn selfishly drinks the water and you never see it again; with cows, you get most of the water back in the form of urine and that foamy slobber that forms in the corner of their mouths…