What Do Buddhists Eat?


One of the precepts of Buddhism is to abstain from killing sentient beings, therefore only eat dishes with no meat of fish.
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Buddhists mostly eat fruits and vegetables. They do not eat meat or any animal product, since they do not believe in harming or killing living things. Wheat and soy are also common staples of their diet.
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Buddhists are mainly allowed to eat vegetables. They are not allowed to eat the flesh of human beings, elephants, horses, snakes, dogs, lions, tigers, leopards ...
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