Do you also regularly choose a veggie meal? Or shouldn’t you think about putting a meat substitute on the table? A recent study revealed the 4 most important reasons why people opt for a vegetarian meal.
1. Variation in meals (43%) 2. Contribution to the environment (including oceans) (40%) 3. Animal welfare (38%) 4. Health (34%)
Test your knowledge with this online test and see how much you know of the veggie eating habits of the Belgians and the Dutch.
Did you get six or more of the eight answers right? You’re right on par with Belgian and Dutch vegetarian eating habits!
If one compares women and men, 48% versus 22% say that contributing to animal welfare and better nature and the environment (45% vs. 31%) is a reason to eat veggie more often or to stop eating meat and fish altogether.
Women also indicate more often, 10% compared to 3% of men questioned, that not liking meat/chicken/fish is a good reason to eat vegetarian food.
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“Seitan can be an excellent alternative to red meat in many dishes, and when used in conjunction with the right spices and seasonings, can taste very similar. It’s also loaded with protein — that’s what it is, after all. Wheat protein.” “Hail seitan? Damn right — if you’re looking for an alternative to red meat” cheatsheet.com