Syeknom wrote:I've never entirely understood why people distinguish between sea-meat and land-meat - "but you still eat fish right?" is the number one thing people ask me when they discover that I'm vegetarian. I don't really understand it but I guess it's a thing.
brlmski wrote:ive been a vegetarian my entire life and ill never use the ethical argument because there is no ethical consumption under late capitalism.
bela wrote:Sounds sorta like S O Y L E N T.
Wouldn't mind having one of these fake ass food things around if it was/cheap convenient enough. Could bang one at work for those evenings when you don't have time to eat. Only issues are:
- I don't think you can "bang" a huge thick milkshake
- I assume they give you heinous gas which isn't going to be any use if you need to be around people.
related: this amusing article.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/08/03 ... 2_bottles/
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