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- n. A variant of vegetarian, whose diet excludes animal flesh, but accepts food that can be produced from a living animal without causing death or undue suffering (such as eggs, honey, and dairy products).
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They are lacto-ovo-vegetarian, meaning they can also eat dairy and eggs, i think. i think they said fish is okay too.
A lacto-ovo-vegetarian, McCartney does not use fur or leather in her designs and supports PETA.
A Monona resident for about eight years, the 56-year-old lacto-ovo-vegetarian has been buying organic eggs from the Willy Street Co-op for the past 31 years and can't wait to set up her own coop.
Alterations in zinc absorption and salivary sediment zinc after a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet
I am actually a lacto-ovo-vegetarian (well, I suppose just lacto as I eat eggs extremely rarely - really just in making bread and pasta noodles but I am phasing that out as well) who wants to move into strict veganism, but the one major thing that holds me back is the dairy.
If you’re a “lacto-ovo-vegetarian,” you limit your protein to dairy products and eggs.