"Vegetarian" Category Domain Names

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Vegetarian Category Domain Names For Sale

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advertspace.com£150,000.00more...
blogit.org.uk£1,500.00more...
blogzone.co.uk£4000.00more...
booklink.eu£38,000.00more...
bossbuy.co.uk £5000.00more...
brandbuy.net£600,000.00more...
buduk.com £14,000.00more...
buydeluxe.com£10,000.00more...
countrysmart.com£15,000.00more...
farmin.eu £43,000.00more...
farmit.eu£54,000.00more...
myculture.net£30,000.00more...
mygreen.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
storesmart.eu £33,500.00more...
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Vegetarian Category Information

Vegetarian Domain Name Category Information

Planning on setting up a vegetarian type website and need a vegaterian related domain name to suit? Look at the list above and make a selection.

Definition of Vegetarian: A Vegetarian is a person who does not eat or does not believe in eating meat, fish, fowl, or, in some cases, any food derived from animals, as eggs or cheese, but subsists on vegetables, fruits, nuts, grain, etc.

Some vegetarians choose to also refrain from wearing clothing which has involved the death of animals, such as leather, silk and fur. Veganism, sometimes called "strict vegetarianism", excludes all animal products from diet and attire, whether or not their production has involved the actual death of an animal (dairy, eggs, honey, wool, silk and down feathers).

Vegetarians have varied motivations for living as a vegetarian, including religious, cultural, financial, ethical, political, environmental, economic, and health concerns.  

Vegetarianism is the practice of not consuming the flesh of any animal, with or without also involving other animal derivatives, such as dairy products or eggs.

Vegetarian may also refer to:

  • Fruitarianism is a diet of only fruit, nuts, seeds, and other plant matter that can be gathered without harming the plant.
  • Macrobiotic diet is a diet of mostly whole grains and beans, though it allows the consumption of fish.
  • Raw veganism is a diet of fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, and vegetables.
  • Freeganism — argues that all commodities produced under capitalism, not only those from animal sources, contribute to exploitation and avoid buying anything, including food.
  • Freegans thus focus on acquiring foods and other commodities by means other than purchasing, including foraging for wild plants and gardening with intent to cause as little violence and ecological destruction as possible through their consumption. While many freegans are vegans or vegetarians, others will eat animal products that would otherwise go to waste on the belief that doing this does not encourage further animal exploitation.

 

 

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