Pescetarianism vs Flexitarianism - What's the difference?

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Pescetarianism is a see also of flexitarianism.


As nouns the difference between pescetarianism and flexitarianism

is that 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 while flexitarianism is (us) the practice of eating mainly vegetarian food, but making occasional exceptions for social, pragmatic, cultural, or nutritional reasons.

pescetarianism

English

Noun

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  • 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.
  • flexitarianism

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (US) The practice of eating mainly vegetarian food, but making occasional exceptions for social, pragmatic, cultural, or nutritional reasons.
  • Synonyms

    * (vegetarianism with occasional exceptions) semi-vegetarianism

    See also

    * pollotarianism * pescetarianism

    References

    * * * Why flexitarian? * Can You Be a Vegetarian and Still Eat Meat? English words suffixed with -ism