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the practice of eating insects, from Greek entomo (insect) and -phagy (consumption of).
Questions about the production, consumption, nutritional value and alternatives to honey should use this tag.
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.
Following vegetarian diets while pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or while nursing.
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…
A diet which includes fish or shellfish, but not poultry and meat products.
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…
Both crop-raising and animal agriculture, to feed oneself and a family or community directly, rather than primarily as a business
Illness caused by excessive vitamin intake, almost certainly due to misuse of supplements.
Discussing the practice of vegetarianism in specific context.
Meat produced by in vitro cultivation of animal cells (aka. clean meat / lab-grown meat / in vitro meat)
for questions concerning the processes of science as they pertain to veg*nism.