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Pescetarian - What does it mean?

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Fruitarian vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

fruitarian | pescetarian |


As nouns the difference between fruitarian and pescetarian

is that fruitarian is a variant of vegetarian who intends to be limited to eating only such parts of plants whose consumption does not kill the plant (such as fruits, vegetables that can be compared to fruit, nuts and grain, but not for example tubers) the purest fruitarians do not want to destroy even the seeds while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

Vegan vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

vegan | pescetarian |


As nouns the difference between vegan and pescetarian

is that vegan is someone from vega, which is either a while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

As an adjective vegan

is relating to.

Taxonomy vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

taxonomy | pescetarian |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and pescetarian

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

Pescetarian vs Pescetarianism - What's the difference?

pescetarian | pescetarianism |


As nouns the difference between pescetarian and pescetarianism

is that pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood while pescetarianism is pescetarianism is a dietary choice in which a person, known as a pescetarian, eats any combination of vegetables, fruit, nuts, beans and fish or seafood, but will not eat mammals or birds some animal products like eggs and dairy may or may not be part of a pescetarian diet plan.

Pescetarian vs Pescovegetarian - What's the difference?

pescetarian | pescovegetarian | Synonyms |

Pescetarian is a synonym of pescovegetarian.


As nouns the difference between pescetarian and pescovegetarian

is that pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood while pescovegetarian is a person that does not eat meat, but accepts other animal products such as seafood, eggs and dairy products.

Meatatarian vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

meatatarian | pescetarian | Related terms |

Meatatarian is a related term of pescetarian.


As nouns the difference between meatatarian and pescetarian

is that meatatarian is a person who exclusively or predominantly eats meat while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

Piscivore vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

piscivore | pescetarian | Synonyms |

Piscivore is a synonym of pescetarian.


As nouns the difference between piscivore and pescetarian

is that piscivore is a fish eater while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

Seafood vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

seafood | pescetarian |


As nouns the difference between seafood and pescetarian

is that seafood is (uncountable|countable) fish, shellfish, seaweed, and other edible aquatic life while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

Piscetarian vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?

piscetarian | pescetarian | Alternative forms |

Piscetarian is an alternative form of pescetarian.


As nouns the difference between piscetarian and pescetarian

is that piscetarian is (rare) while pescetarian is a person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.

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