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Butkovic said she literally experienced "meat dreams," that night, and the very next day she was "serendipitously served a coal-oven pizza with uncured pork jowls" (it's Brooklyn), which she ate enthusiastically.

There was so much good food, and at the time I didn't really have the means to buy the food I needed to maintain the lifestyle I had been living at school," she said.

"I was suddenly looking at meat, almost wanting some.

"The impetus here was originally based on what I read about, the problems with the food industry, animal cruelty.

I also knew it was probably something that would be healthy for me.

I thought it would be cheaper to be a vegetarian, I cooked mainly at home and I didn't mind eating the same thing every night.

And, I thought it would be healthier." Saladino said the decision came after he realized he hadn't eaten meat for a week, so he decided to "just keep going." After a year and some change of vegetarianism, he left New York for a semester abroad in Madrid -- where, according to him, abstaining from meat wasn't an option. It was more a lifestyle choice made by a nerd aching to be cool and crunchy.

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Ask anyone in London to name their favourite vegetarian restaurant, and they’ll reel off these names: The Gate (almost always the first), and then in no particular order: Tibits, Manna and Mildreds.

But during one fateful Christmas break, a bong and some square burgers made her break her vow to vegetables: "I was in grad school and things were getting crazy.

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