Why Sikhs don't eat meatreligion and scientifically?
Baptised (Amritdhari) Sikhs are not allowed to consume meat/liquor/or any intoxicating substance. Sikhs who are not baptised may or may not eat meat according to their personal preference.
Asked in Hinduism, Sikhism, Vegetarianism
What foods do Hindus and Sikhs eat?
The followers of Vaishno Hinduism are vegetarians. Many other Hindu's are not vegetarian. Sikhs are not compelled by their religion to be vegetarian, but those Sikhs who were converted from Vaishno Hindu's tend to be vegetarian. Both Hindu's and Sikhs eat Jhatka meat, or that which is killed with one blow. Sikhs cannot eat Kuttha meat or that which has been ritually killed Halal or Kosher. Hindu's too don't eat Halal or Kosher generally.
Asked in Sikhism, Hamsters, Halal and Haram
What can and can't Sikhs eat?
Sikhs can eat meat, any kind of meat. Usually, it depends on the individual how much he or she is into eating meats. Some may eat all kinds, others may favor one or the other. There is no general rule for Sikhs about what to eat and what not to, but rather depends on an individual. However, once a Sikh gets baptized he or she becomes vegetarian, that is he or she no longer eat meat or eggs.