Why Do People Hate Vegans? - White supremacist and alt-right hitlers in my salad?

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My personal cow refers to it as a "cruelty free lifestyle". Yes, really. He's also a diehard socialist who hates capitalism, but enjoys video games, phones, and computers. One of the last things he did before deleting fucking everything (again) was state his desire to move to Bristol for the sole reason that there are dedicated vegan restaurants there. Because going to a regular restaurant and ordering a salad isn't good enough for his "cruelty free lifestyle".

Knowing him he's using a new username I haven't found yet to shriek about how eating meat caused the pandemic (and not the specific problem of the disgusting Chinese wet markets) and that it wouldn't have happened in a true socialist government.
omg "cruelty free lifestyle", he's the type who'd cry like he lost his mother if a mosquito flew up his nose by accident. Also yeah, def cruelty free with all those african kids harvesting your silicon and chinese kids being chained to benches to create your corporate cocksuck electronics but the motto of vegans is "fuck humans"
 

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I hate vegans because they're malnourished soyboys. Whereas with a strict carnivore diet where you cut out ALL carbohydrates, you're getting everything your body needs. The only thing you would have to supplement is Vitamin C since that comes from oranges, grapefruits, etc. Cod Liver Oil would also be recommended (see Frank Tufano's video on it here). You would have to only eat meat, like beef, chicken, eggs, turkey, pork, etc. Organs are also nutrient dense and would be highly recommended also. You can cook it or, like Sv3rige, eat it raw. The only problem is that is you CANNOT put A1 on your steaks, you can only use salt and pepper, and that applies for everything. For a side, you can only drink sparkling water, regular water or bone broth. As for dairy, only butter, hard cheese and heavy creams are recommended. Stuff like yogurt, milk and soft cheeses aren't recommended.
 

Slimy Time

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Due to weird circumstances, am basically vegan until the weekend. No meat, animal fat, raw sugar/sugary foods, wheat, nightshade vegetables (tomatos, peppers, aubergine etc) and limits on fruits. Basically vegetables, root vegetables, nuts like almonds, olive oil and the odd bit of alcohol (still taking supplements and vitamins of course).

Lets see if I end up an even bigger cunt by Friday and what happens to my body during these few days before I go back to my normal diet.
 

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Due to weird circumstances, am basically vegan until the weekend. No meat, animal fat, raw sugar/sugary foods, wheat, nightshade vegetables (tomatos, peppers, aubergine etc) and limits on fruits. Basically vegetables, root vegetables, nuts like almonds, olive oil and the odd bit of alcohol (still taking supplements and vitamins of course).

Lets see if I end up an even bigger cunt by Friday and what happens to my body during these few days before I go back to my normal diet.
I find that most diet changes take about a month to analyse
 
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The Un-Clit

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A lot of vegans are assholes because anyone who sits down at a table and refuses food that someone else made at home for them is a piece of shit. They're so sanctimonious that it's hard to bond with them in one of the most basic ways - sharing food. You have to do everything on their terms with ingredients that they approve of. There's so many great food cultures from all over the world that they refuse to be a part of.

“The Grandma Rule is this: If I'm going to Grandma's house, I will eat what Grandma puts on the plate, and I will smile and ask for seconds and say, 'thank you, Grandma'”

I've met a lot of vegans, and a few of them were gracious adults who were easy to eat with. Most of them were babies that were picky eaters on top of being vegan.
Kickass paraphrased quote from Anthony Bordain, bro.

I agree with it 100%. Paraphrasing from the Great Man myself, The thought of ANYONE but especially a first world hipster douchebag travelling to an exotic culture, being invited in to share a meal with people of this culture who want to share their 1000+ years of culinary tradition with this person who sneeringly turns down their offer and insists on eating some fucking raw vegetables makes my mouth fill with angry spit.

I want to smash the brain of this arrogant selfish fucknut with a butternut squash until one or the other give way, then feast on the combined remains.
 

Mako_Spark

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I just find it ridiculous that most of the vegans I meet really believe they have excluded themselves from the biosphere. "I refuse to be responsible for the death of any animal!" Hold on there, what now?

If you've ever been to a farm - hell, if you have a backyard garden - you will know you need nitrogen (among other things - phosphorus, potassium) to have fertile soil for growing all that delicious kale and horrific GMO soy. There are three primary sources for that nitrogen: manure from living animals, blood and bone (from recently dead animals) or fertilisers made from fossil fuels (long dead animals.)

Factory farms are horrible, no question, but so are all those vast "waving fields of grain" - I've met vegans who think those are natural, no shit. Of course, if you have half a brain, you understand there were diverse ecosystems there before they were cleared to became soy fields or wheat fields or whatever. There is nothing good for animals about agricultural monocultures, even "vegan" ones (which again, don't exist, because fertile soil requires either animal products or just plain dead animals.)

Even if we forget the displaced wildlife and destruction of natural ecosystems, how about the animals killed or poisoned by pesticides or caught up in combine harvesters, and the rivers and creeks diverted for irrigation or polluted by agricultural runoff, and all the creatures that (once) lived in or were dependent on those...

I am happy to debate with any vegan who is not an ill-informed fantasist with essentially no knowledge of how their food is produced. The second someone says "I'm a vegan because I refuse to be responsible for the death of any animal," I smile and say "that's nice," because if you don't understand that things have to die so other things can live - and that includes us - then you are a moron, and I don't have the time.

I could go on for days, but... I personally can't stand most vegans because so many of them think they have a get-out-of-the-biosphere free card (eh, let's be honest: Nobel Prize) because they are sooooo much more compassionate and ethical than any omnivore, even though I've met countless 'simple' farm folk who are quietly making sustainable permaculture work in even very challenging conditions... i.e. actually doing something to make the world better, not just lecturing anyone in sight who enjoys milk in their coffee.
 

Slimy Time

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I find that most diet changes take about a month to analyse
Yeah, so far it's not too annoying tbh. The lack of wheat/grains and nightshade vegetables is more irritating than the vegan and no sugar bit. I just want some tomatos. At least it will be done by Saturday and I can go eat a burger.

Update: It's Saturday, just finished a burger and fries. I don't think it's ever tasted better.
 
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