Can vegetarians eat gelatine?

Answer No!!!Gelatin (from French gélatine) is a translucent, colourless, brittle, nearly tasteless solid substance, derived from the collagen inside animals' skin and bones.

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Am i 'extreme' for not eating anything with gelatine?

right, gonna jump on my high horse. If a person says they are a vegetarian - they should not eat anything that comes from animals - anything at all - you can't call yourself a vegetarian and then e... Read More »

Vegetable gums, pectins and gelatine?

Go get the pectins containing ones out of the bin - pectin comes from fruit and is suitable for vegans as well as vegetarians. You can also consume agar agar, carageenan and guar gum with no problems.

Since cows are vegetarians, can not human vegetarians safely eat beef and still be considered a vegetarian?

Yes, but you have to fry the cow in vegetable oil first.

Vegetarians. What inspired u to become vegetarians Any incident in particular?

Yes I had a particular incident.A lot of years ago a friend gave me a tiny gray kitten she had rescued and was unable to keep her.I took her in knowing nothing about cats, we always had dogs growin... Read More »