Hindu Dietary Restrictions?

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Most Hindus follow vegetarian diets, believing that meat causes ignorance. Although some Hindus may occasionally eat meat, all abstain from beef. Other restricted animal products include poultry, eggs, and fish. Strict practitioners of Hinduism also abstain from garlic, onions, mushrooms, alcohol, tea and coffee.
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