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Do you observe JANGSEM Mondays?:Everyday is a meatless Monday for me. I am a vegetarian, its been over two years and I love it.The Best damn decision I ever made.
What do you think about Jangsem Monday movement?A Good initiative.
Why do you think it's important to go meatless?:I'm not religious but It gives me the satisfaction that I don't eat another living being and fitness wise being a vegetarian keeps me light on my feet.
Humans are not meant to eat meat other wise we wouldn't have to cook it and we would have fangs and claws. It's as simple as that.
Are you a vegetarian or vegan? If yes for how long and why?:
A Vegetarian for almost 2 years now because i love and respect all animals equally.
Has it benefited you and how?:I have become stronger and fitter now that i am a vegetarian.
What are your Favorite veggies and fruits?:All greens are my fav. I never was a child that hated broccoli... I would take a rocket salad with beetroot any day, I Love to eat avocados and papaya.
Your Favorite animals? Domestic or wild?:
What do you believe in or should we say your motto in life?:
My motto is if you can't do others good then at least don't do them harm.
What is your message to everyone on going meatless?:
The first myth you hear about going meatless is that your body won't cope with the change because
you are so use to it. You'll get sick... When you have a baby you need meat. Well people!!! Take it
from someone who kick boxes 5 days a week and eats nothing but greens and who's still standing,
stronger and fitter than ever. And there's millions of vegetarian mothers out there who will confirm
that meatless motherhood is the best.
Kesang Tshokey saved at least 50 chicken(s) till date.
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