Some joke I heard in this forum a while ago:
"I love vegetarians. Why? More meat for us."
Please don't take this as an offence
I'm not a vegetarian, but I did have a bad experience with vegetarian food.
By vegetarian food, I mean fake meat. A real fake meat.
So, last year when I had a vacation to the place my sister has been studying, we went out for a breakfast.
It was quite early in the morning, so there were not many restaurants open.
Then, we went to a restaurant, ordered the food, and started eating.
At first, I noticed my meat tasted funky, but I thought it was because I was very hungry.
My sister and my cousin kept saying, "How's the flour?"
I didn't catch what they meant.
I thought they were talking about the shrimps fried in flour until they mentioned that what we were eating was vegetarian food.
I'm not exaggerating, but I lost my appetite for at least 3 days after eating that food
I like eating real vegetables (from plants), not fake meat.
In fact, we are encouraged to eat as much vegetables as the meat we eat. Real vegetables are good for our metabolisms.