Interview with a Charger Vegetarian

Although meat is a staple of the typical American diet, there are many Americans who choose to omit meat and/or animal products from their plates. To some people this may seem extreme, but 3.2% of Americans have chosen a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle.

Vegetarianism is a term used to describe a diet that includes vegetables, fruits, grains, fats, eggs and dairy but excludes meat and fish. There is also pescetarianism, which is vegetarianism but includes fish in the diet. Veganism, however, is a dietary lifestyle that excludes eating all animal products, such as eggs, dairy, meat, fish and gelatin. Continue reading Interview with a Charger Vegetarian