Adapt to Veganism or Forgive the Culture – Which is it?

Adapt to Veganism or Forgive the Culture – Which is it?

ethiopiaA VegFamily Reader asks:

I have some friends currently doing Peace Corps in Ethiopia, and they say meat, along with some vegetables, is the primary diet. So is Ethiopian Culture way behind in adapting to “veganism”, or do we “forgive” them of eating meat because their geographical/financial/cultural differences? This is not sarcasm or a trick question- it’s hard for me to take veganism seriously with so many contradictions of diet in the world.

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