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Mister Yeti

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About:
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Veg Status:
Vegetarian
Location:
phnom penh, cambodia
E-mail:
Private
Joined:
20 Feb 2013
Gender:
Male
Age:
Private
Relationship:
Long Story!
Religion/Path:
Agnostic
Zodiac:
Scorpio
Fav Place:
phnom penh
Fav Books:
nono
Fav Music:
deep purple
I Admire:
peter joseph
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Last Login:
12 Jul 2016
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worth stopping over in phetchaburi Anutra Je
nice and clean Metta Vegetarian
vegetarian - with non-vegetarian options The Corn
just in the right place Cafe Soleil II
wide range of dishes and drinks - and well hidden Love Power Coffee Cafe

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Reasons why I prefer to eat vegetarian or vegan:

shouldn't carnivores have to explain their reasons for not yet being vegetarian? i can't think of any good reasons to eat meat. hence i don't need reasons.

I joined HappyCow Members Community because:

i like variety and i like choice and good food. especially when you travel, it's always a great opportunity to try and learn something new. happy cow has been and still is wonderful find something new.

Here are some places I've been that I liked... and places that I would like to visit one day:

no answer yet

Some of my favorite veg*n foods include:

i'd say, it all depends on how things are being prepared and not so much on the dish itself. but my all time favorite as a dish probably is a fresh GAZPACHO.

Here are some books, movies, magazines, and my favorites that I would recommend to other HappyCow members:

i do recommend e.f. schumacher's "small is beutiful" or -more modern- the interviews with peter joseph on youtube. how that's related to being a vegetarian? it isn't. except for the fact that schumacher and peter joseph both point out -in their own words- the importance of turning towards a resource based economy. being vegetarian/vegan probably is a good first step towards that end.

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