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Over a year ago I made the decision to become a vegetarian. Growing up, my dad was a big hunter. Each year, he'd bring an elk home, gut it inside our car port, and make his own jerky. AS I was 5 yrs . old, I hadn't yet learned to associate the animals my dad went hunting for with the food that wound up on my plate. But I distinctly remember the entire year he told me the animal was Bambi… That's whenever i decided never to eat one of is own kills again.She has a master's level in public areas health nutrition from NY University and a bachelor's degree from Amherst College. Tracye served as program director of the country's first federally funded vegan nutrition program, the Vegetarian Contemporary society of DC Eat Smart Program. She also served as a policy advisor for the Doctors Committee for Responsible Remedies, helping to create the strategy for a groundbreaking lawsuit showing food industry bias in the forming of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines.Individual herbivores are enigmas. Vegetarians. Vegans. We're all crazy. Seriously, what kind of person wouldn't want to eat bacon on everything possible? We come in two categories: 1)hippies who don't shower and are essentially the Amish but instead of working hard, we smoke cigarettes homegrown weed, or 2) entitled snobs with huge egos who simply want to show that we're better than everybody else - because we have been.If you're bringing up your child over a diet without meat or seafood (vegetarian) or with no food from pets (vegan), they will have to have a good way to obtain protein. Good options include eggs, milk products such as milk and mozzarella cheese, soya products, pulses and coffee beans, nuts and seed products. Don't give complete nuts to children under five, as they could choke. They can be used if finely ground. Alternatively, you may use a clean nut butter.I do not know if you were coping with a Spanish family or not, but if you were living by yourself, perhaps you were making poor food alternatives that were not typically Spanish. Home-cooked Spanish food is abundant with vegetables. Take my family for illustration: yesterday we'd lentils for lunch time, swordfish with asparagus for supper, now it's vegetable pisto with a deep-fried egg for lunch time and gazpacho with burgers for supper (American food, not Spanish!) because it's my teenage son's utilize prepare food. We even eat fresh tomatoes on our toast for breakfast time!