Essay / The Guardian / April 28, 2016

The Vegetarian Traveller

In India, where I grew up, I was never considered vegetarian enough. I do not eat fish or meat, but I do eat eggs, which meant outing myself as a “non-vegetarian” when someone asked if I am “pure veg”. After all, this is a country where states have passed laws banning beef. But in the US, I have met vegetarians who eat chicken… more


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