• 12-16-2016 Humans do not have to "justify" eating animals, it is natural. You have to "justify" not eating them, and if you are a strict vegetarian you will eventually be a sick vegetarian. Any animal with incisor teeth must eat meat at least occasionally.
    • Anonymous
      You 're very wrong there jewels vern
    • Anonymous
      I have nothing against meat eaters by the way!! live & let live! Your choice!!!
    • CelesteLeeFKAC*
      I agree Jewels Vern. Incisors,and according to our teeth,we are omnivores.
    • Sandra Ursula
      Anonymous is quite wrong.
  • You just eat them, you don't need to justify it. I grew up eating animal food and did not become mostly vegetarian until in my later 30s. But I still eat some animal food on occasion. Though very rarely. I sometimes cook animal food for guests.
  • They taste delicious !!
  • No not tempted - I'm actually frightened to eat meat now. lol
    • Sandra Ursula
      Why? You need to eat meat!
  • Why in the hell would I be a vegetarian or a vegan? I'm at the top of the food chain by design, not by choice.
  • In the Old Testament God gave specific rules as to which animals were ok for man to eat.There has never been a time since the fall where God did not allow the eating of meat. In the New Testament God expanded His grace to declaire all foods were now clean for eating.God has no problem with it so why should man?
    • Thinker
      Well said.
    • Sandra Ursula
      Odin says it's fine to eat animals. So do Zeus, Jove, Amon, Perun and other gods.
  • For me,it is socioeconomic. I depend solely on welfare and social security because of my disabilities,and it is a big nutritious staple in my house. I would never be able to spend that much money eating other things to get the proper nutrition. I don't have that much money!
    • Linda Joy
      That's not true. Beans are very high in protein and very economical, as well as having more fiber. So are legumes like lentils and peanuts. Other nuts grains and seeds are also, as well as some whole grains and fish.
    • Sandra Ursula
      Plant proteins are incomplete. You must eat beans with rice or corn to get complete proteins.
  • I don't. nor will I. I am a grown adult, I don't need to justify my food choices to anyone. If I choose to eat meat, that is my choice, and if anyone has a problem with it, that is their issue, not mine.
  • If I have chicken or rabbit or beef or pork and other animals they are great. God made them for food so I don't have to justify it.
  • That's their purpose in life. If people didn't eat them people wouldn't farm them and they would never exist.
  • Because they made of food. But more seriously. What makes you think it's something that needs to be justified? You are not fully aware of the food chain. We eat plants and animals - not just plants or just animals. Bacteria eat us, plants and animals digest bacteria and so the cycle of life continues
  • cause inn not the one hunting thenn
  • Humans are omnivores. That means we all need to eat both animals and plants for complete nutrition. There's no sensible reason not to eat meat.
  • Humans are omnivores. That means we all need to eat both animals and plants for complete nutrition. There's no sensible reason not to eat meat.
  • The definition of 'justify' is given thus --- --- I have never found any convincing reason to "justify" any action or choice of mine, to anyone else. This presupposes that another has the right to sit in judgement, and that by the act of justification, I tacitly agree to extend that authority over me. The entire friggin-vegan argument is based on select morals and ethics...with a heaping helping of sugary pseudoscience.

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