Awesome! How long will it be??
From what I have understood you are neither a vegan or a vegetarian, as you eat burgers and ham. Moreover not all cheese is vegetarian.It didn't happen for me like that, all in one fell swoop. I started to realize decades ago, as I became more educated about nutrition, that heavy on plants / light on animals was a healthier way to live. Then when I visited websites like Meat.org, well, I certainly pushed the envelope and eliminated almost all animal products from my diet. That was probably around 2009. At this point I am almost vegan, but I still take half and half in my coffee sometimes and I'll still sprinkle the odd bit of parmesan or bleu cheese on certain foods once in awhile. AND (oh I'm gonna take heat for this) every so often, like once a month maybe, I'll eat a few Wendy's .99 hamburgers, or roll up a piece of ham and eat it with a piece of swiss cheese!!! I'm not a vegetarian because I don't like animal products... I eat this way cause it's the only truly health conscious, sustainable and humane way to co-exist with this beautiful planet and its many blessed life forms. And of course the more documentaries I see (God, get Netflix, AMAZING!) and being introduced to people like Brian Clement and TheRealTruthAboutHealth.com really helps me to stay on track for the most part.
From what I have understood you are neither a vegan or a vegetarian, as you eat burgers and ham. Moreover not all cheese is vegetarian.
No you are correct, I am not a strict vegetarian. Also I don't think you read my post very carefully... I never suggested cheese isn't an animal product! Actually I believe dairy is far worse for us humans than the occasional animal flesh. I actually crave meat quite often but I rarely give in to those cravings.
Try to resist categorizing folks as "non" veg, or "non" vegan, but instead champion their sustainable and healthy choices when they make them.
If I eat 2 meals a day in a month that's 60 meals. If out of those 60 meals 1 of them is an animal food that comes out to about 2%. OK so I'm 98% veggie. Can I still post on this forum? (ha)