EATING ABUNDANTLY AS A VEGAN (What I Ate in Cancun, Mexico – part 4)

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11 thoughts on “EATING ABUNDANTLY AS A VEGAN (What I Ate in Cancun, Mexico – part 4)

  1. I bet those chefs have zero forearm hairs! Your food looks amazing. Thank you for sharing your trip, I’m looking into going here this year because of you x

  2. Yum! Love Hearts of Palm! They make fabulous veggie Ceviche – but they also make a great crab substitute for vegan crab cakes!

  3. So, there’s something I don’t understand about veganism… if we all 7.5 billion people in this planet become vegan, and that means we can’t kill animals, where do we grow our food? Farm animals will become wild and reproduce freely, same with wild animals, and they will invade crop lands.. So where do we grow our food?

    1. +Cheap Lazy Vegan I live in the countryside, so I’m not saying this because I read it somewhere or watched a YouTube video. In fact in my farm I don’t raise animals, only produce veggies and fruit. But, I have to ‘protect’ my crops from wild animals, deers, wild hogs, racoons, moles, etc, with electric lines and wire, fences, etc, depending on the crop. If I don’t do this, it would be impossible to grow food. So that means I’m using all these animals environment to grow my food, which is not ‘fair’ for them.

      I understand your meat phasing out line of thinking, and sure, in my hypothetical scenario I was imagining if ALL humans go vegan like right now.

      So re the environmental impact of producing meat, if we develop sustainable farms where we feed species like pork and chicken with fruits, veggies and some grains, that means we can use the land currently used to grow only grains (mostly in countries like the US) to develop self sustainable environments. In this case, we’ll gain in a lot of biodiversity and be able to produce both veggies (and fruit) + animal products.

      What do you think?

    2. 1. most of the crops we grow currently are used to feed the billions of land animals that we “raise” for meat. So we aren’t using our resources very efficiently if we have to grow so many crops just to feed animals to fatten them up just so we can eat them. In fact, doing all of this destroys our environment and puts such a burden on our current resources. In an ideal world, we would grow crops for human consumption in all the land that we use to grow food for animals. and if we did that, we would have more than enough land to feed the number of people on this planet.

      2. Farm animals becoming wild and running around destroying the earth is simply a misunderstanding of economics 101. The world will NEVER go vegan overnight – no change that drastic will happen that quickly. If more and more people go vegan, the less demand there will be for meat, which means less animals will be artificially bred for consumption, meaning less farm animals will exist. Slowly and slowly this will just phase out the production of farm animals and there won’t be any reason for anyone to keep breeding them. So we won’t have an issue of farm animals taking over this planet, bcause the only reason that so many of them exist and are constantly reproducing is because we are forcing them to keep reproducing just so we could have burgers.

      hope this makes sense.

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