Of or relating to the exclusion of meat or other animal products from the diet
a vegetarian restaurant
A person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products, esp. for moral, religious, or health reasons
eater of fruits and grains and nuts; someone who eats no meat or fish or (often) any animal products
(vegetarianism) a diet excluding all meat and fish
Vegetarianism is the practice of following a plant-based diet including fruits, vegetables, cereal grains, nuts, and seeds, mushrooms, with or without dairy products and eggs. ...
(Vegetarianism (wine)) Wine is sometimes made with animal products. While wine is essentially made from grapes, on occasion animal products are used in small amounts in the production process, and these wines may not be suitable to be part of a vegetarian or vegan diet.
A person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products; An animal that eats only plants; a herbivore; Of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses)
(Vegetarianism) Abstaining from eating flesh (meat, fish), and by some, eggs and dairy products. Religious traditions prescribing vegetarianism include Jains, Pythagoreans, Orphics, and Manichaeans; the medieval Cathari and Bogomils; and sects of Buddhists, post-Vedic Hindus, and Taoists. ...
(Vegetarianism) Dietary practice that eschews the consumption of meat.
(Vegetarianism) Hindus generally do not eat beef or are vegetarians, as they believe that revering all animal life helps to bring religious purity. This is especially so for the cow, man’s source of milk and transport, and beast of burden in the fields. ...
(Vegetarianism) to eat (no meats) vegetables only [also see "lacto-vegetarianism"]. A doctrine or core belief of many SDA because of the writings of Ellen White. Believed to be a major last days Prophecy from Mrs. White because of the many meat health issues today.
(Vegetarians) don’t eat meat and typically don’t eat eggs.
Dietary choice which excludes the consumption of animal flesh or by-products, but may include eggs and dairy.
Eggs from hens fed a plant-based diet, with no animal by-products in the feed.
Someone who doesn't eat meat. On the Moon, this also means someone who restricts themselves to K-products such as K-Beef, which is made from krill. [See: K-Beef, Krill, Oxygen/Krill Farms, Meatless Diet.]
Describes handbags made of synthetic materials. Also known as "Vegan"
The large to middle-sized supermarkets all have a pretty good stock of produce for vegetarian cooking. For instance, Willy's supermarket in Ersboda stocks large sacks of beans and peas.
A vegetarian doesn’t eat red meat (such as lamb, beef, pork, bacon etc), white meat (poultry such as chicken, duck and turkey), fish (eg anchovies, salmon, cod etc) or other water life (eg prawns, lobsters, crabs, oysters, shellfish etc) or slaughterhouse by-products (eg gelatine, animal fat, ...
is what we call a person who chooses not to eat any meat. A vegetarian diet can help keep the planet healthy because it uses fewer resources like land and water.
A person who relies on a non-meat diet; the diet may or may not include animal products such as dairy and/or eggs.
a person that consumes no animal flesh. (Note: if you avoid red meat but still consume chicken/pork, you are not a vegetarian. )
A way of eating that eliminates animal consumption (meats, fish, chicken, game, etc.).
These recipes are appropriate for people who do not eat meat, fish or poultry but do consume dairy products.
Person who consumes mainly vegetables, fruit, nuts, pulses and grains and who does not eat meat or fish, but eats animal products such as butter, cheese, eggs and milk.
This product contains no ingredients derived from animals or insects. Our vegetarian crayon rocks are a great veggie alternative to conventional crayons.
Lisa became one of these after seeing a baby lamb at a petting zoo. Paul and Linda McCartney taught her how to be a good vegetarian by respecting other people’s right to eat meat.
Vegetarians don’t eat meat, fish and poultry, a diet claiming lower levels of saturated fat, cholesterol, and animal protein and higher levels of antioxidants, folate and magnesium than meat-based diets, according to the American Dietetic Association. ...