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Old Dec 6, 18, 3:19 am
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Originally Posted by jinglish View Post
I don't know where you're based, but in the US, "vegetarian" only means meat-free. Vegan is the commonly-accepted term for totally animal-product-free food.
So in the US, the "vegetarian" diet will include chicken, duck, fish, shellfish, animal by-products (such as gelatine, rennet) et al? That does explain why I've met Americans who call themselves vegetarian but they eat, say, chicken. But I would have thought CX would know that the typical vegetarian elsewhere in the world don't eat animal by-products for which the animal would have been killed.
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