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A while ago I started this blog on buddhism, so I’ve been going through the internet, seeing what other people are doing. I ran into a blog post by David Lai, a senior student of Tsem Tulku Rinpoche. He did a blog post on something Tsem Tulku is encouraging people to do, which is to watch a series of 19 videos regarding vegetarianism and then do a commentary on the videos. Naturally most replying are practicing Buddhists. I don’t think this means that Buddhists have to be vegetarian, but more that its a personal choice that happens to be in line with Buddhist ideals.