I will never eat grass (okay, if you insist, I’ll try to smoke it). Too much evolution took me ’till where I am today. I am omnivorous. I can’t ignore the wisdom of my ancestors. If I eat meat, there must be a reason. I’m sorry for the cow. Really. I even talk to the horny mammal before eating her. I mean, I’m not ‘eating her’. I just eat a small part. My sin, as you see, is a little one. But my crime is nothing compared to what Vegans do. Talking about which, I would like to remind them (the Vegans, not the cows) that it takes much more unscruplousness to kill a tomato than a cow. The cow can run for her life. She can scream or mooooow, trying to dissuade you. She can even look in your eyes! What about the red little friend? How can you Vegans slice his delicate skin off in such cold blood and then throw the dismembered little guy in a mixed salad where you probably, with the same determination, have already killed onions, potatoes, lettuce, beans, peas and innocent capers? I will never kill a tomato.



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July 26, 2011 at 11:44 PM

that is one of the most stupid thing i have read in a long time.

July 26, 2011 at 11:47 PM
– In reply to: pepe

do you know the difference between vegan and vegeterian?

July 27, 2011 at 1:45 PM
– In reply to: pepe

Hallo Pepe,

thank you for your comment. I agree. The stuff is pretty stupid and I’m sorry if it offended your sensitivity.
My blog doesn’t want to prove anything or fight battles or whatever. It’s just something I’m doing for fun.
The point about the tomato is not mine but coming from writer and humorist Douglas Adams, in his bestseller
“restaurant at the end of the universe”. I know the difference between vegan and vegetarian but I would really appreciate if you send me some extra information about the subject.
My apologies,

August 22, 2011 at 8:48 PM
– In reply to: pepe

Hallo Pepe,

I’m still waiting for some insight about vegans and vegetarians.
I recently read Captain Cook’s diaries where he brings such topics on the table, literally. His point of view is interesting: the right diet for a healthy sailor must be rich in vegetables and fish but, since the crew on board disliked crauts and fruits, being traditionally keen on roast beef and potatoes, he ordered the veggies being served to officers only.
This trick triggered their curiosity and crave for that plate and soon they were fighting to get their share of vegetables. Cook had the lowest mortality in his expeditions and gained a reputation as a reliable, knowledgeable commander.



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April 4, 2013 at 9:25 AM

One question often asked by those considering a vegetarian diet is; “Will I get enough protein? This is certainly a valid question, as protein is necessary for the building, maintenance and function of all body cells. In fact, a varied and well-balanced vegetarian diet actually provides all the protein the body needs, obtained by eating such things as whole grains, beans, nuts and soy products.*

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April 4, 2013 at 11:55 AM
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