Hi, sure that counts. My sister only eats fish and fowl. Her logic is that their brains are so small and primitive they don't understand cruelty, or something like that. Unlike pigs and cows which have pretty big personalities I understand. I think "flexible" is the way to go
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Hey there! I am a 22 year old partial pesecetarian who has been struggling with her weight for most of her life. I started out as a full on pesecetarian in July of last year, but around the time of Thanksgiving, I found myself wanting turkey. I figured, if I was a true pesecetarian, I wouldn't want to eat meat, but I did. So now, I don't make a habit out of keeping meat in my house, especially since my sister is still strictly a pesecetarian. I don't really hunger for meat the way I used to and I'm ok with that. I'll have chicken if I decided to eat meat, the odd steak if I'm out at a fancy restaurant and I feel like it. But ya, I love fish and always have, so I'm pretty happy with my decision.
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