Why don't monks/saints eat meat?
Don't forget that for most of history meat was a luxury. The average person was lucky to have meat once a week or once a month. People typically lived on grains, legumes, nuts, and (depending on location) fish. Today, meat is so widely available and is cheaper than a lot of foods especially nuts and fish. For modern people fish is more a luxury than meat.
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Why don't monks/saints eat meat? - by xsantiagox - 02-27-2020, 11:07 AM
RE: Why don't monks/saints eat meat? - by GangGreen - 02-27-2020, 03:04 PM

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