Can Vegetarians Eat Chicken?

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Vegetarians do not eat any type of meat. Their main diet includes: fruits, vegetables, dried beans, peas, seeds and nuts. A vegan does not eat any meat and animal products. A lacto vegetarian's diet includes plant foods and dairy products.
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Strictly if you are a vegetarian you should not eat any animal flesh at all and if you are a vegan you go further and do not eat or use any animal derived products (eggs, milk, leather
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