Pescetarian vs Pescetarianism - What's the difference?
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.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
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)
* The Word Spy –
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.