Posted by sean on October 10, 2018 at 11:37 am in Animals with No Comments

My transformation into a vegetarian has been in place for about 6 weeks now. From memory, the last time I touched meat was in August.

I have no intentions of changing back to a meat-muncher, despite eating the stuff for 20 years. For those wondering “why only 20?”, I had a spell of being a veggie in my teenager years, but lost all will power at 16, when I joined Bath College, which was minutes away from Burger King.

Despite my dedication to this new diet, there are still meats that I miss. There is little chance of me giving into temptation, as I would just think of my poor pet rabbit, while munching on a sausage.

Animal flesh I miss eating

  • Big Mac
  • Bacon sandwich
  • Pepperoni pizza
  • Mattersons sausage
  • Wall’s sausage
  • Roast chicken in gravy
  • Burger King cheeseburger
  • Nandos peri peri chicken
  • Pork pies with sandwich pickle
  • KFC chicken
  • Haribo sweets (contain geletin)
  • Milky Bar dessert (geletin)
  • Chicken pies
  • Hunters chicken
  • Swartz Bros BBQ cheeseburger

I hope all those pigs, cows, chickens and, in some cases, rats, are happy that I have sacrificed some of my favourite foods, so they can live.

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