Carnivoro is the Italian equivalent of 'carnivore'. It's the masculine gender form of the Italian word that can be used as either an adjective or as a noun. In contrast, the meatless eating 'vegetarian' finds its Italian equivalent in 'vegetariano'.
Sono vegetariana in the feminine and Sono vegetariano in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "I am a vegetarian." The respective pronunciations of the verb in the first person singular of the present indicative and the singular… Full Answer
South America is famous for its meat. Especially Argentinian steaks and Patagonian lamb and not forgetting the fried guinea pig of Peru. As you can see meat is central to South American diet and culture. But what if you're a… Full Answer