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Flexitarian

Degrees of Vegetarianism

The word "flexitarian" is fairly new. It refers to someone who leads a semi-vegetarian lifestyle, consuming mostly plants, dairy and eggs, but on occasion also eats meat and fish. Certain flexitarians choose to only eat meat that they feel is ethically sourced, such as animals that are raised free-range and fed organic food. Other people who follow a flexitarian diet will eat meat when it is served to them or for social reasons, but choose to not to buy meat or other dairy products. Some people become flexitarian to support a vegetarian spouse or other family member.

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