People who eat less meat, but still some, get their own name

January 6, 2015 3:42 PM

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People who eat less meat, but still some, get their own name

Given a variety of reasons not to eat meat these days—think health, climate change, worker and animal welfare—many people are limiting the meat on their menus. But it's a splintered movement, with some going vegan, others vegetarian, and still others simply reducing their intake of animal products.

This can lead to tensions, which is one reason 25-year-old Brian Kateman co-founded a movement called "reducetarianism," AlterNet reports. It's "an identity, community, and movement," he says, and its website sums it up: "Aspire to eat less meat? Then you're a reducetarian!" "Identifiers such as 'se...

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