|Quoting SlamClick (reply 5):|
"You know, from a cow that has died of natural causes."
And then there are fruititarians, who only eat plants that willingly give fruit, and that are not damaged in the process of harvesting. I've head such people exist, but sadly, have never met any.
I was a strict vegetarian for years and it was tough when I couldn't eat something someone had cooked for me. Most people tended to feel bad that I didn't have much to eat at most non-vegetarian meals, and they sometimes felt obligated to go out of their way to make me something special. I always thought that was too bad because, as far as I was concerned, I was the one who decided to restrict my diet ... I certainly didn't expect anyone to go out of their way for me.
So Blackbird1331, I say definitely tell your guests what's in the food, but don't knock yourself out trying to accomodate them.
I am a patient boy ...