How can I eat meat without getting sick?

I’m 14, been a vegetarian since I was 5. My whole family eats meat and I want to too. I like the thought of eating a hamburger or a steak, but when it gets close to my mouth I get sick.
Okay, I understand it’s weird. I’m tired of hearing my family nag me about eating meat, I can’t even remember eating meat. I was the kid who would eat liver, fish, EVERYTHING. Saying thats what its there for and the benefits of eating meat are mute to me. I wanna eat it without gagging.

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10 Responses to “How can I eat meat without getting sick?”

  1. Andy Yomah said:

    Just don’t think about it… but it’s wierd. If you WANT to eat it, then… eat it. I don’t know why you’d be sick.

    When you like the taste, keep eating more… then you’ll be accustomed to eating dead flesh.

  2. Lynda said:

    Don’t.

  3. Cowgirl_Power said:

    How is it that you have have been vegitarian since you were 5, yet the rest of your family eats meat?
    Is it something that meat has never appealed to you or has always made you sick? My Mom is that way, she has never liked meat even when she was a small child.

    If that is your case you will most likely Never eat meat, enjoy a veggie burger instead. Premade store bought ones are nasty, make these up and even your meat eating fam will like them.

    Kasha and Oat Garden Burgers:

    5 1/4 cups veggie broth
    1-2 vegan bullion cubes for added flavor
    1/4 cup olive oil
    1 cup kasha (dried buck wheat groats)
    3 1/2 cups old fashioned rolled oats
    2 tbsp died onion flakes
    1/2 tsp onion powder
    2 tsp Italian seasoning
    1/2 tsp garlic powder
    2 cups finely chopped fresh veggies of choice (carrots, spianch, garlic, zucchini etc…)
    1 cup fresh finely chopped herbs
    1/2 onion minced
    1/2 cup mushrooms stemmed and chopped small
    4-6 tsp seseme seeds
    1/4 cup sunflower seeds or other nuts chopped small (pceans, almonds etc…)
    1 tbsp veggie oil
    salt and pepper
    olive oil for brushing patties
    parchment paper

    In a large pan the veggie broth to a boil, add onion flakes, onion powder, italian seasoning, garlic powder and bullion cubes. Stir in kasha, oats, and olive oil and allow to simmer for about 15 min, stir frequently.

    You will have a very thick sticky mixture, remove from heat and set aside to cool to at least room temp. At this point you may choose to put it in the fridge overnight.

    Heat a small amount of oil in a skillet and saute the onion and garlic on medium high heat for about 2 min. Add te shredded veggies and cotinue to saute until soft. Add seseme seeds, mushrooms herbs, and sunflower seeds. Saute 5 more min stirring frequently. Adjust seasoning to taste.

    Combine the veggie and kasha/oat mix by hand until everything is well incorperated. Cover and rest at least 1 hour in the fridge. Everything should be cool enough to handle confortably.

    In the mean time line a cookie sheet with e parchment paper, and if you choose spray with Pam etc… Scoop out about 1/2 cup of the mix and roll into a ball and flatten into a pattie, place on cookie sheet.

    Give another quick spray of pam or brush with oil or melted butter/margerine. Bake at 350 for 25 min, flip then cook for another 20 min or until light golden brown. You coul also pan fry these.

    Enjoy as is or wrap individually and freeze, reheat in the oven, toaster or a dry skillet-reheating them in a greased skillet with make hem fall apart.

    **I think these would be great t leave in small balls, bake ad then simmer in spaghetti sauce. The fresh herbs would flavor the sauce and I think these could also soak up some great flavors.

    ***P.S. after making this for the first time. I used left over veggies, and pulsed the in the food process and use a little over a cup. But I wouldn’t recommend it. That flavor was awesome but the texture was not so appealing.
    Also after tasting this I would be willing to sit down and have bowl full of this for breakfast or lunch.

  4. Busy Bee said:

    Just know that God gave us this wonderful food for nourishment for our bodies that we may be strong. Meat will be good for you as it is a good source of protein and iron. So Thank God and enjoy and ask Him to give you a taste for it and soon you will be wanting it all the time.

  5. Lalala said:

    Your body doesn’t currently manufacture the correct enzymes to break down meat. It could, if you started eating meat again – but you’d have to start slowly to avoid getting a huge stomach ache. Little by little your body would get the hint to make that enzyme again.

    But if it makes you sick, don’t try. It tastes disgusting and it’s not particularly healthy for you – especially if it’s not organic. Why just go along with the herd?

  6. M1911/HKP7 said:

    1) Open mouth.
    2) Insert meat.
    3) Close mouth and chew.
    4) Swallow.
    5) Enjoy the best decision you’ve ever made.

  7. seth said:

    Heres the deal skippy, you take the meat and eat it without being a pu$$y about it. Your over thinking this extremely simple thing. Put the meat in your mouth, chew it to get all of the great flavors out, and then swallow and think to yourself “why did I wait so long for this”?

  8. Peter said:

    Try eating meat in little portions first, gradually eating more as you become comfortable. Simply put, your body needs to readjust itself since it hasn’t been used to digest meat for a long time.

  9. Muffeen said:

    Why put that crap in your body? Your body is telling you that IT DOESN’T WANT IT ANYWAY
    Here…
    Show your whole family this documentary, as well as think about the fact that you didn’t need to eat meat, your body rejects it, and you’re killing an innocent soul that was tortured all it’s life anyway
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NghzqtqP50Y

  10. Jessica Rabbit said:

    Do you eat eggs?

    If not, first try eating some eggs. Scrambled or soft boiled is best. While it’s not meat, its an animal bi product and it will start to get you used to it.

    After a week or two of eating eggs then Try some chicken (Or go straight to chicken if you eat eggs) Chicken is light and easier to digest them beef or pork. Try it baked or rotisserie first, as fried is harsher on your stomach. Try that for a few weeks and wait to move on to other meat until you have been able to eat chicken with ease.

    next try some pork, that is easier to digest then beef, but alittle harder then chicken.

    Once you have done those steps try some beef. 🙂

    Also, Fish is very easy to digest as well, almost as easy as the eggs. Just take it slow and eventually you will get it.

    If you really dont like it, why bother? there is no sence in eating something if you just dont like it.

    Good luck 🙂




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