If you have no objection to eating meat for health reasons, this is a gift of friendship offered to you. I'd would, then, suggest that you feel free to eat it. The Buddha did not prohibit eating meat to his monastics that was given to them as long as the meat was not killed specifically for them.il ragazzo wrote:That makes sense -- I feel the same way about roadkill. But did not the Buddha and his followers eat meat that was given to them?
David N. Snyder wrote:Typically at a potluck there are a variety of dishes, vege and non-vege; so there it is easy to just choose the vege ones if you want to stay vegetarian.
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