Most of my family and people who I know are meat eaters and I’m fine with that. To each his or her own.
Everyone isn’t cut out to be vegan, vegetarian, or polo pescetarian (one able to eat chicken and seafood through a modified vegetarian diet yet strictly does not eat any form of red meat or pork).
My mother loves her burgers and pork chops!
We come from a family of farmers from down south Halifax, Virginia where my great-grandmother (my mother’s mother’s mother) and her husband and children would produce and sell their own original goods.
Born into a bloodline of hardworking southern cooks who genuinely dolled up and prepared healthy, nutritious, hearty meals that well-fed the entire household put a stamp on what we was accustomed to and till this day there is no exception.
As long as my mother eats healthy I’m happy for her and just make sure to pick out quality choices when I do the grocery shopping.
Just because an item is labelled vegan/vegetarian doesn’t at all mean that it is necessarily good or nutritious.
My mother does love some of my vegan and vegetarian selections though and agrees that their better than the other traditional products in certain areas. And a few have become her favorites!