Hopefully someday we will
> live in a world where humane products are much
> more common and widely available!
that day is coming i think. people are becoming more enviromentaly aware. so it hopefully shouldnt be too long....
I try to make sure im really careful, but the other day...
The whole school basically know's im vegetarian, and i went into the school kitchens cos everyone was saying there's food there. Nothing for me of course but someone pointed me in the direction of a few different types of dips, so i went to the dips and had a bit of a munch. Asked what they were and the one on the left was a bacon and
I have this dilemma too. I don't wanna wear leather but I do not wanna wear synthetics that costed so much in enviromental health to produce. So I guess I try to stick with cotton and (maybe) cotton blends. But I do have a good quality leather belt and want to have a good quality leather jacket one day. I justify this by saying that the hide animals meat is used, but not all the meat animals hide
I've done a food diary for my assignment, comparing my diet with another teenagers omnivorous diet and I realised that I don't eat that much fruit. So I've doubled my fruit intake. It put it in perspective. I'm trying to show that my diet is healthier and I'm hardly eating any fruit so I've fixed that.
(GRRRR I just typed all this up and lost it, lets see if I can remember it all. Damn computers!!)
I'm very careful with the animal products I do consume. I know that some of the animals live terrible lives but I'm careful it what I do consume. I only eat eggs from my own chickens (which we recently saved from a barn-hen situation) and well, milk etc is a different story. I try to only eat milk
Wow thanks for all the sites darky! I haven't checked them out yet but I will soon.
I can't change my topic because I've already sent it of the SABSA (which is the mob who mark it). But yes one day I will spend some time being vegan. i'm still living at home so it's hard. But going to uni next year and will experiment then. But I like my chocolate and honey and things!! I'm very careful with w
At school (in final year atm) I'm doing an In-depth study on the above topic, "Vegetarianism and reducing your Carbon Footprint".
I was wondering if anyone had any info, websites or knows of any authorities on the subject (please don't give me any US phone numbers, I'm in Australia).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Btw about me: female, 17 (almost, 2 wks