Did you perchance mean sectarian?
- n. alternative spelling of pescetarian.
“Chorizo and barbacoa (goat) tacos were doled out, and another with rice and soft-boiled eggs for the self-proclaimed pescatarian in the group (that would be one of the Aussies, Ms. Maynard).”
“I had been a vegan, a pescatarian, a person following a macrobiotic diet and later Westin Price's protocol; I had dabbled with Atkins out of curiosity (and the promise of daily lattes with half and half), the Body Ecology diet (despite not having a yeast problem, call it "professional curiosity") as well as other "plans.”
“Just to note, there are a few dishes on the menu that aren't seafood, to appease the most strictly non-pescatarian diners I guess.”
“Six Senses Sanctuary Choose a pescatarian (fish and veggie-only) diet, or go completely raw at the Dinner at the Point restaurant, where nothing is cooked beyond 42 C to ensure all natural enzymes are preserved.”
“His morals have changed too, and nine months ago he decided to jump on the pescatarian bandwagon.”
“Chicago's DJ Intel, a pescatarian, decided to create his own version of KFC's sandwich that substitutes chicken for bread, and Gapers Block tipped us off to Intel's girlfriend's food blog -- where she shared the recipe.”
“And as a leather-wearing/fish-eating vegetarian (pescatarian), my decision excludes enjoying some animals but not others.”
“It incorporates the debate between locally grown food v organically grown from near and far; vegan v vegetarian; vegetarian v pescatarian; and I suppose it won't be long before humanely raised livestock has categories of good and better as well.”
“It abated during the pescatarian dinner and returned on the subway ride back downtown.”
“From faith, we slide naturally into Levy's veganism his wife is a pescatarian.”
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