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vegetarianism in hand-writing Kanji
The idea of ​​eating mainly vegetable foods and trying to live without eating meat. Often due to religious and ideological beliefs, but not always. Buddhism and Hinduism prohibit carnivorous food, and Christianity often discusses the pros and cons of carnivorous food, and even now some denominations do not.
This principle is called a vegetarian.
Japanese says Sai-shoku-shu-gi.
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