A diet in which meat and/or fish and/or poultry is not consumed, but dairy products, honey and eggs are optionally consumed from animal products, is called "Vegetarianism". This style, which is based on not consuming meat and meat products, is a culture that differs in six different group categories.
6 Category Preference Types in Vegetarianism
Category 1- Pesketarien: They don’t eat red meat and chicken meat. They can eat milk, dairy products, egg and fish.
Category 2- Semi-Vegetarian: They just don't eat red meat as an animal product. They can eat milk, dairy products, honey, egg and fish.
Category 3- Lacto Ovo Vegetarian: They don’t eat animal meat. They can eat milk, dairy products and egg.
Category 4- Lacto Vegetarian: They don’t eat animal meat and egg. They don’t want egg to be consumed because of seeing egg as a beginning origin of the life. They can eat milk and dairy products.
Category 5- Ovo Vegetarian: They don’t eat animal meat, milk and dairy products. They can eat egg.
Category 6- Vegan: They also do not eat animal foods such as animal meat, eggs, milk and dairy products. They don’t use clothing or items obtained from animal products. They are supporters of a completely non-animal diet and lifestyle.