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  • n. 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.


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  • Like me, and like most Sanguinists—the sect of vampires my father belongs to—Cameron practiced pescetarianism: he ate fish, but no other forms of meat, and relied on blood substitutes to keep strong.

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  • Part of my meal planning was based on Melissa's vegetarianism (pescetarianism actually), but also that everything needed to be carried on the streetcar. - Home Page

  • The association of semi-vegetarianism with vegetarianism in popular vernacular, particularly pescetarianism (also called pesco-vegetarianism and described as a "vegetarian" diet that includes fish [4] [5] [6] [7]), has led to what vegetarian groups cite as improper categorisation of these diets as vegetarian. - Articles related to My year of eating ethically

  • However, this term is controversial and less used, in part because it implies that pescetarianism is a type of vegetarianism, and some vegetarian groups do not want to be aligned with people who choose to consume fish.

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  • Terms like "pesco-vegetarianism" are sometimes used to describe pescetarianism, to emphasize that pescetarians eat vegetables, fruit, and grains as well as fish.

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  • The vegetarian as early as 1847, does not consider pescetarianism a valid vegetarian diet.

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  • For personal reasons, I've been practicing pescetarianism the past 1 week.



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