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WELCOME TO THE FLEXITARIAN
Less Meat, More Plants… Go meat-free any day of the week by adopting a flexitarian diet.
Whether you have just decided to eat less meat or are already a committed flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan you will find a lot of useful information on my website as we explore flexitarianism through the health, ethics and environmental issues linked to meat consumption.
Browse my vegan and vegetarian recipes for inspiration and embrace a plant-based lifestyle. It’s so easy! Read my story.
If you are not sure where to start from? Check out my flexitarian pantry guide to ensure you are well stocked up.
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What is the Flexitarian Diet?
The flexitarian diet is a plant-based diet with the occasional addition of meat.
Flexitarians are also known as flexible vegetarians, casual vegetarians or vegivores. Quite simply there are no rules. Some will have a meat-free meal once a week while others will only eat meat and other animal products such as fish or dairy on rare occasions.
The flexitarian diet is very popular, especially with people who do not want to commit to a full vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. A semi-vegetarian diet often feels less daunting to embrace, allowing flexibility to adapt to individual lifestyle, social life or health conditions.
Surprisingly the adepts of flexitarianism are not only people who want to reduce their meat consumption but also vegetarians or vegans who decide to reintroduce meat into their diet. Find out more