Due to its college town status, Madison, Wisc. has a lot of vegans and vegetarians. We also have a lot of grocery stores and restaurants that service the special-dieting needs of these vegans and vegetarians. But the dearth of tofu, tempeh and seitan I’ve found elsewhere makes me wonder just how common non-meat eaters are in the wider United States, or at least among So Good readers.
What are you, So Good readers? Can’t live without meat? Sworn it off because it’s cruel? Boycotting the corrupt food industry? Did you become vegan to prove you could do it? Or because you’re lactose intolerant anyway? Vote for omnivore, vegetarian, or vegan below and explain your motivations in the comments.