Oh, BTW, The Vegan/Vegetarian Challenge is Done

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Hey there!

So, we’re caught up-ish, or at least caught up enough with everything else on the blog, that I’m gonna start posting vegan/vegetarian challenge thoughts every Friday again (until they’re all out of my drafts folder)…

But it’s a little weird ’cause it’s kind of going backwards now. I finished the challenge, but you’ll be hearing my old thoughts since there never seemed time to publish them.

If you want the conclusion thoughts – I’ve enjoyed having a diet that’s responsible toward the environment and pretty responsible toward my body (very responsible toward my body when I make it that way).

I forget exactly when I finished. I think it was sometime in May, and I still haven’t eaten meat again yet.

I do eat dairy sometimes, but not often. Basically, I call myself vegan-ish – definitely vegetarian and pretty darn vegan. But, for instance, there’s this place that apparently has killer grilled cheese sandwiches and they have a cool secret comedy show (inside of the secret restaurant that’s hidden in their barber shop). I’m totally going later this month for the fun experience. And I’m going to eat a grilled cheese sandwich.

I know I could still go and have a good time without eating it, but it’s supposed to be super delicious and I like grilled cheese. So yeah. I’m vegan most of the time, but I have my dairy-filled moments.

I do think want to try meat after abstaining from it for a full year (so anytime after August). I want to know how it tastes after so long without it. I guess I’ll see how I feel in September, but I kind of think… even though I never thought I’d say it… I think that I will probably be a vegetarian for the foreseeable future.

I was so wrong. You were right, vegetarian friends!

So, that’s where I am for now. I found it to be a pretty worthwhile challenge. And I’ll be talking about the struggles I faced and things I learned over the next Fridays.

2 thoughts on “Oh, BTW, The Vegan/Vegetarian Challenge is Done

  1. Carrie

    This makes me happy! I believe diet-wise it’s all about what you do 90% of the time that matters. Being diehard 100% vegan is really hard AND makes it seem unattainable to others. I call myself “vegan” because I’m vegan at home, but I’d probably eat grilled cheese at that place also. You only live once, right?

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    1. Aurora De Lucia Post author

      Thanks Carrie! That’s all so good to hear!

      It can seem hard and a little unattainable to be super die-hard (which is something I talk about in one of my upcoming posts, when I talk about how I felt during the challenge). Thanks so much for commenting and for your support on this stuff! 🙂

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