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Diet In Hinduism - Non-vegetarian Hindus
... and Kashmir and the Saraswat Brahmins of the Southwest are allowed fish and some meat ... Historically and currently, those Hindus who eat meat prescribe jhatka meat ... as influenced by some Shakta doctrines, which permit the consumption of meat ...
Vegetarianism And Religion - Abrahamic Religions - Judaism
... summarized by the Talmudic statement, "Man will have to account for everything he saw but did not eat." (This refers to permissible or kosher foods only, not to forbidden animal ... is not a form of self-deprivation, because the vegetarian does not desire to eat meat and believes it is healthier not to eat meat and is aware of other negative effects of meat ... and that God only later gave permission for man to eat meat because of man's weak nature.ยท As the ideal images of the Torah are vegetarian, it is ...
Buddhist Ethics - Issues - Killing, Causing Others To Kill - Vegetarianism
... This is one reason that the Buddha made a distinction between killing animals and eating meat, and refused to introduce vegetarianism into monastic practice (see Vegetarian ... others), outside of the Chinese and Vietnamese monastic tradition, most Buddhists do eat meat in practice ... with some Theravadan Buddhists who believed that as long as one was determined to eat meat, seafood was preferable to red meat ...
Buddhist Vegetarianism - Eating Meat Versus Killing - Vajrayana
... Some Vajrayan practitioners both drink alcohol and eat meat ... which is a type of Panchamakara puja prescribed the offering and ingestion of meat and alcohol, although this practice is now often only a symbolic one, with no actual meat or alcohol ingested ... published that the Dalai Lama would only be vegetarian every other day and partakes of meat regularly ...

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    A little meat best fits a little belly,
    As sweetly Lady, give me leave to tell ye,
    This little Pipkin fits this little Jelly.
    Robert Herrick (1591–1674)

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    Cleverly ringed, declining to clever pink,
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