Meat eaters: what type of meat, if any, is off your menu for ethical reasons?
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Foie gras. Well if it’s already bought by someone else, and he won’t have to buy more because of me, I’d probably eat it. But I don’t wanna buy this.
Babies of any species. Adults of all species are fine.
Turtle meat because I like turtles
cephalopods. Those little suckers are smart. like at least dolphin smart.
Veal. Won’t touch it.
Long as it’s ethically sourced I’m gamed for one round. Gotta look appealing though.
Rocky mountain oysters
Never liked the idea of eating something that was cooked alive
Horse. It is much better alive.
Human meat lol
Veal. So fucked up.
Octopus is up there too.
Human baby, too much fat and not a lot of muscle.
Veal and lamb for the obviously
Rabbit since we have a pet bunny.
Beef. The environmental impact and their natural mothering instinct just makes me say no. I try to avoid milk too but I looove cheese!
Cow-based meat due to the deforestation of the Amazon
ethical? fois gras, shark, turtle ,dog, cat, apes, whale (anything endangered)
Nothing (besides human meat obviously). It’s not unethical to eat meat. Is it unethical for predators to eat other animals? No. It’s the circle of life
Anything overly expensive, especially if it comes out of a restaurant with a dress code
Lamb and Veal
Human plus cats and dogs. Yes, if you have a goldfish or a parrot I’d eat them as a last resort.
nothing, except for human and primates in general i guess.
Human, cat,dog etc.
If we consider fish as meat, than I’m staying away from Pufferfish