Vegetarians in the world

Approximately 375 million people adhear to the many different types of vegetarian practices.

  1. India 29 – 40 % 36057600
  2. Israel 13 % 1046000
  3. Australia 11% 2,100 000
  4. New Zealand 10,3 % 463500
  5. Sweden 10% 9700000
  6. Austria 9 % 765,000
  7. Brazil 7,6 % 15,200 000
  8. Germany 6 – 8,7 % 478600000 – 7000000
  9. China 4 – 5 % 54428000 – 68035000
  10. Japan 4,6% 5964300
  11. Canada 4 % 1264 000
  12. Denmark 4% 220000
  13. Latvia 3 – 5 % 600000 – 1000000
  14. Netherlands 4,5 % 738000
  15. United Kingdom 2,6 – 3,3 % 1,2920000 – 1,680000
  16. United States 3,3 % 8000000
  17. Poland 3,2 % 1288200
  18. Russia 3 – 4 % 4380000 – 5840000
  19. Norway 2 % 100000
  20. Switzerland 2% 375000
  21. Finland 2% 32900000
  22. Portugal 1,8 % 2000000
  23. France 1,5 % 1988000 – 3300000
  24. Czech Republic 1,5 % 235000
  25. Spain 0,5 % 1788000
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Yearly calories

If my monthly calories are 60284 calories multiplied by 12 it becomes 723408 calories. Which actually might be incorrect, there’s 52 weeks in a year , and two days which males 783692 calories plus two days are 787314 calories.

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Monthly calorie burn

My daily calories are 1811.

On the following three days I do weight lifting and strength training. So on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays I burn a mere 181 calories.

Those days are my less sedementary active days and I’m allowed to consume (eat) 1992 calories.

Compared to the three days I go running – its either 2274 calories or 2479 calories, or 2531 calories.

On Tuesdays I burn 462 calories –

Thursdays I burn 668 calories and Saturdays I burn 720 calories.

I only have on day of resting – Sundays. On those days I don’t get any extra calories. Only 1811 calories.  In just one week I get the following weekly calorie count 15071 calories. There’s four weeks in a month which should be 60284 calories.

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Things Koreans don’t eat

  1. Lamb
  2. Goat
  3. Horse
  4. Lime
  5. Cats, dogs – its actually illegal to consume cat and dog meat in South Korea
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Healthier cravings

  1. Seasonal fruits, Nuts
  2. Mushrooms, Avocado
  3. Kimchi, Seaweed
  4. Potatoes, Rice
  5. Olives
  6. Pop corn (old fashioned not micro wave)
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Korean vegan dishes

  • 밥 (rice)
  • 미역무침 (Sweet and sour seaweeed salad)
  • 김구이 (roasted seaweed sheets)
  • 삼각김밥 (triangle shaped rice packed wrapped in seaweeed)
  • 김밥 (Kimbap Korean sushi sometimes vegan)
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Vegetarian Korean dishes

Beware of the fact that Korean cuisine usually uses a base of fish sauce and soy

  • 야채전 (Vegetable pancake)
  • 부추전 (Vegetable pancake with Asian chives)
  • 빈대떡 (Mungbean pancake)
  • 깍두기 (cubed Radish kimchi)
  • 배추김치, 깍두기 (Napa cabbage and Radish Kimchi)
  • 깻잎김치 (Perilla leaf Kimchi)
  • 총각김치 (Ponytail Kimchi)
  • 동치미 (Radish water Kimchi)
  • 오이소박이 김치 (Spicy stuffed cucumber Kimchi)
  • 고추소박이 (Spicy stuffed green pepper Kimchi)
  • 백김치 (White Kimchi)
  • 열무 물김치 (Summer radish water Kimchi)

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