It’s hard to remember now, but back in the late ’80s, my first big meal was a pita.

I ate the bread with some lettuce, tomato and tomato sauce, which was actually quite good.

And when I grew up, I was raised in a conservative household, so I didn’t get the “meat-eaters are evil” message of the movie Meatballs.

That’s why, for me, a pitta was a treat.

It was a delicious, nutritious breakfast.

My husband and I would have a huge lunch of the bread and some vegetables for lunch, and the bread would make an amazing side dish.

But I never ate the pita again.

When I went back to school, I decided to make the change, and I went from one pita a week to two a week, and from two a day to three a day.

I became a vegetarian and now, six years later, I still enjoy eating the bread.

But there are times when I don’t want to eat it.

I eat the pitta in a salad or on top of rice, but I always end up regretting the decision, because I never felt like it was an authentic meal, I thought it was just a meal to satisfy my appetite.

I still have the same dilemma, which is why I’m now a vegan.

I’m a vegetarian for two reasons.

One, I love eating meat, and so the more meat I eat, the more it’s going to be the meal that I want to be eating every day.

And two, it’s not just about the pittas anymore.

I feel like eating meat makes me healthier.

So I think it’s really important for us to know that eating meat doesn’t cause you to become a health nut, and it doesn’t affect your health in any way.

For instance, a vegetarian doesn’t have to go vegan just because he or she doesn’t like the taste of meat.

In fact, a vegan doesn’t even need to feel like a health freak to eat meat.

You can still be healthy if you eat the right kinds of meat, even if you don’t enjoy eating it.

When you eat meat, your body breaks down its protein-rich diet into its essential amino acids.

These amino acids, called tryptophan and tyrosine, help you process and absorb vitamins A, D and K, which are essential for healthy growth and development.

The more meat you eat, however, the higher your risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and many other serious diseases.

It’s not a mystery why eating meat causes you to be more insulin-resistant and more prone to heart disease and other metabolic problems, but it’s also not something we can control.

But if you’re eating a vegetarian diet, it might be something you can start to control.

For example, if you have a family history of type 2 diabetes or high blood sugar, eating meat might help reduce the amount of insulin that you need to take to regulate your blood sugar levels.

And it could even help you lose weight.

A vegetarian diet can also help you to stay healthier, and you can eat less red meat.

Studies have shown that a vegetarian’s risk of dying from any cause is lower if they eat a diet rich in whole grains and legumes, and whole grains have a lot of nutrients that are also found in meat.

Vegetarians also tend to have lower levels of cholesterol and blood pressure, which also helps lower their risk of heart disease.

As a vegetarian, I try to eat as much healthy food as possible.

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