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Vegan Butcher WTF

Meet Marc Mongiardo. He’s been vegan for five years, and he has even found a way to dedicate his professional life to saving animals. Marc is a butcher. Let’s hear what Marc has to say for himself:

“I know I live in a world where most people eat meat, but I feel that being a butcher for natural meat allows more options. If I can at least educate people about the benefits of natural meat, I feel like I can actually have some influence on the whole animal situation. I feel like the process of people eating meat is going to be present no matter what. By cutting meat and knowing what it is, it helps reinforce the reasons why I am a vegan.”

Um. OK, whatever. All I can do is shake my head and watch Delicatessen again.


  1. Comment by

    Olivia Lane

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    Let me be the first to call this guy an asshole.

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    Perhaps “natural meat” means it died of natural causes ?

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    Oh, scrub that. Apparently “natural meat” was fed grass before the sacrifice. Hmmm.

  4. Comment by

    Doug Adams

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    Well he is no more contradictory to any other so called Vegan.
    Look up stearic acid….and then perhaps look at the fertilisers used for most fruit and veg. about your houses…cars, baked goods. Have you made sure that they are ‘vegan’ friendly.
    I guess so long as you are not eating the flesh, then you are ‘vegan’. I have gone to a great deal to be a 100% and it is hard work. Yet I find it funny how other so called Vegans look down on others without going the hard yards to really make a difference.
    Doug Adams, Adelaide.

  5. Comment by

    Doug Adams

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    Let me be the first to call you an Asshole.

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    Well Mr. Doug Adams, Adelaide, you stereotype people as if there was no tomorrow. Funny how you say Vegans (plural, meaning you are generalizing), look down on others, yet most are always accepting. Also, it is known that people can’t be 100% vegan, but that isn’t the point. The point is as becoming a vegan (ethically), the person is trying to reduce their use of animal products/food, etc. It’s always trying their best to reduce as much as possible. Learn something.

    Also, NOT ALL vegans are positive patties, as some choose a vegan diet ONLY for their healthy.

    Anonymous, Yours Dearly

  7. Comment by

    I wish my name was bacon

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    You’re all assholes. Meat is awesome and makes your body look sexy. It’s the only way to be strong. Every time you eat meat your body absorbs the soul of the animal and you get part of its life force added to your own. This is the way the world works: you eat other creatures in order to better yourselves. Plant souls are small and insignificant. You fools do yourself a great disservice by not enjoying the delicious power of meat and you’ll pay for it in old age by dying young of weakness.

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    Wow…umm I wish my name was bacon? I think this is a vegan site and caters solely to vegetarians/vegans. If you have a problem with our lifestyle, then fume about it on your own time, not ours. I’m sure the self proclaimed omniscient omnivores have enough room for you on one of their own sites.