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the practice of eating insects, from Greek entomo (insect) and -phagy (consumption of).
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Questions about the production, consumption, nutritional value and alternatives to honey should use this tag.
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For questions asking about the effects and occurrences of testing on animals for human purposes, for example, testing medicines or cosmetics on non-human animal subjects.
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Following vegetarian diets while pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or while nursing.
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Questions about micronutrients: substances that are necessary, but needed only in very small amounts. These include vitamins (such as A, B group, C, D, E, K etc.) and trace minerals (such as iron, cal…
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A diet which includes fish or shellfish, but not poultry and meat products.
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Questions about the production, nutrition and consumption of animal and plant milk. Animal milk usually comes from cows, although goat's milk is also commercially available. Common plant milks include…
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Both crop-raising and animal agriculture, to feed oneself and a family or community directly, rather than primarily as a business
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Illness caused by excessive vitamin intake, almost certainly due to misuse of supplements.
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Discussing the practice of vegetarianism in specific context.
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Meat produced by in vitro cultivation of animal cells (aka. clean meat / lab-grown meat / in vitro meat)
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for questions concerning the processes of science as they pertain to veg*nism.
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