Meatatarian vs Pescetarian - What's the difference?
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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.
A person who exclusively or predominantly eats meat.
Often used popularly or humorously, particularly in opposition to (vegetarianism). In formal usage meatarian is more often used.
A person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood.
* 1999 , Jessica R. Shawl, '
"Vegetarians"???', rec.food.veg, Usenet :
- I'm curious what you do when you encounter a friend, family member, whoever who claims to be a "vegetarian who eats fish". It *really* bothers me when this happens because it contributes to the assumption that I eat fish and I don't, because I am a vegetarian. I feel like it gives all vegetarians a bad name.
* 2005 , Kirsten Hartvig, Pierre Jean Cousin, The Complete Guide to Nutritional Health: More Than 600 Foods and Recipes for Overcoming Illness and Boosting your Immunity ,
- Do you correct them? Do you not bother? And how do you correct them? I was thinking that saying something like "oh, you mean your(SIC) a pescetarian " would be ok and give them the appropriate term. Speaking of which, how is "pescetarian" pronounced?
* 2006 , Ayun Halliday, Dirty Sugar Cookies: Culinary Observations, Questionable Taste ,
- Eat for Immunity follows a plant-based approach to improving immunity that is relevant to every style of eating—carnivore, pescetarian , vegetarian and vegan.
- "Why don't you just tell people you're a pescetarian ?" a vegetarian I met recently asked, cutting me off midapologia for my beat-up leather jacket and my callow habit of behaving as if fish are neurologically no more complex than eggplants.
* piscivore (scientific)
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