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Eggs: Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by suraj78, Apr 8, 2010.

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    To many peoples, eggs do not seem to be living beings. But they are too quick to their judgment. If an egg were left undisturbed in its natural habitat for sufficient time, it would show what it truly is.
    Let us go to the basics. Who lays the eggs? - A female member of a species. We can try to imagine a woman who has just delivered a baby and see her face lit up with joy and happiness despite the labor pains. The same sentiments are attached with the eggs when they are laid. One can observe them, if not first hand, then in various television programs showing how vigorously birds protects their eggs from predators. A bird will definitely try to harm us if we try to approach its nest because it wants to protect its offspring. This is nothing but the natural love of a mother towards her children.
    Certainly, eggs are not laid for man and his dining table. This is a high level selfishness and treachery for man to believe so.

    The story about eggs can not be complete until we take up the issue of the unfertilized eggs. The unfertilized eggs are really the most severe embodiment of human selfishness. Look at his guts that he not only treats the birds as machines but he even declares it openly by confining the female birds separately. Man moves further up on the crime graph by generating the so-called unfertilized eggs. Let us clear on one point – without access to laboratory there is no way one can differentiate an unfertilized egg from fertilized one before killing it. For sake of argument, let us imagine a situation when one knows definitely that a particular egg is an unfertilized one.

    Now what is wrong in eating it? We would put forth a counter question; does anything become fit for our consumption simply because it is void of life. An unfertilized egg is certainly a thing coming out of an animal/bird. Is there any other instance of anything that is excreted by a living being and is fit for our consumption?
    SEMrush
    Another major argument against egg consumption is that the herbivores do not eat eggs, fertilized or unfertilized. If we accept to refrain from eating meat then we ought to refrain from eggs too, just as the herbivores do.

    I am eager to here from you.:)
     
    suraj78, Apr 8, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. suraj78

    suraj78 Peon

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    #2
    what will be your opinion if you like eggs so much huh?
     
    suraj78, Apr 8, 2010 IP
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    My opinion is: Yummie!
     
    ChaosTrivia, Apr 8, 2010 IP
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    eggs should be non-vegatarian even though it isn't meat. That doesn't mean vegatarians that eat it are not vegatarian. its an exception.
     
    eric8476, Apr 8, 2010 IP
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    I want your opinion on egg not a dish. :)
     
    suraj78, Apr 8, 2010 IP
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    Why exception? can u pls explain it.
     
    suraj78, Apr 8, 2010 IP
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    One should earn whatever it is they eat....not many eggs are eaten raw so blame the flame.
     
    Breeze Wood, Apr 8, 2010 IP
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    it should be an exception for vegatarieans to eat eggs
     
    eric8476, Apr 9, 2010 IP
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    Not all eggs can become chickens if left alone - chickens, without roosters, still lay eggs :)
     
    alexispetrov, Apr 10, 2010 IP
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    If they are not fertilized, then they cannot become chickens/roosters. Therefore, unfertilized eggs are perfectly appropriate for vegetarians and vegans both.
     
    Jeccles, Apr 13, 2010 IP