Hare Krishnas (members of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness) are all vegetarians and some are vegan. They serve free vegetarian meals, called feasts, every Sunday wherever they have a group anywhere in the world. 'It's a kind of open house. you come alone or with your family...It's no small-time snack. Devotees have spent all day - sometimes more - cooking wonderfully varied dishes.' (1) In needy areas, Hare Krishnas provide a vegetarian meal service throughout the week. 'Profuse distribution of prasadam, vegetarian food offered to Krsna, is integral to the Hare Krsna movement' (2).



References for the ArgumentsEdit

Wadell, John, 'But You Kill Ants', Australia, 2004Edit

  1. 'Back to Godhead' magazine, 1981, p34
  2. 'Back to Godhead' magazine, 1987, p11

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