They physically can eat meat, but they choose not to eat meat, which is why they are vegetarians.
That's the point of vegetarianism....vegetarians don't eat meat.
They have the ability eat meat, but if they did, they couldn't call themselves vegetarian. Vegetarians do not eat meat.
they dont eat any meat
Vegetarians do not eat poultry. Poultry falls under the category of meat, which vegetarians do not eat.
I suppose so, because what I learned about vegetarians is that they don't eat meat. Grain Is not meat.
Pescatarians eat fish meat, vegetarians don't eat any meat.
Vegetarians who eat everything except meat, will eat eggs. There are only these only kinds of vegetarians: 1. Ovo lacto vegetarians -- these people eat everything but meat. 2. Lacto vegetarians--these individuals eat everything except meat and eggs 3. Ovo vegetarians--these vegetarians eat everything except meat and dairy 4. Vegans--these are the purest form of vegetarian. They eat no meat or animal products of any kind. Don't be fooled by someone who claims to be a vegetarian but still eats chicken or fish. Anyone who eats meat of any kind, or just limits themselves to the kind of meat eaten, or how often they eat it, is not a vegetarian. They're simply a selective meat eater.
The meat of an animal.
No. Its meat