Putting meat back on their menu

DeSilver, Drew
January 1995
Vegetarian Times;Jan95, Issue 209, p67
Examines reasons why some vegetarians go back to meat-eating. Cases of ex-vegetarians; Reasons cited by individuals; Vegetarians' need for strong support network to maintain their choice; Eating patterns of ex-vegetarians; Advise not to condemn ex-vegetarians as backsliders.


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