a less confusing name for a ‘pesce-pollotarian’ - one who eats fish and poultry, but not the so-called 'red meat' of mammals
I grew up eating burgers and steaks, but now, as a long-time fish-fowler, the idea of eating mammals seems cannibalistic.
A vegiquarium is a person who eats non-animal products and also meat from fresh or salt water dwelling animals.
Consumption is usually limited to fish and other animals capable of respiration in water and would not animals include semi-aquatic such as water fowl, otters, hippopotamus etc.
See: Pescotarian (synonym)
Vegiquarium is a compound word made from the concatenation of vegi (abbreviated form of vegetarian) and quarium (the abbreviated form of aquarium)
Bob: Would you like some blood pudding?
Silvia: Is it fish blood and guts?
Bob: No, ewww that's gross.
Silvia: I think I'll pass then.
Q. Would you like some hippopotamus steak?
A. No thanks, I'm a vegiquarium.
1. a person who does not eat or does not believe in eating meat, fish, fowl, or, in some cases, any food derived from animals, as eggs or cheese, but subsists on vegetables, fruits, nuts, grain, specifically at lunchtime.
2. of or pertaining to lunchetarianism or lunchetarians.
3. devoted to or advocating this practice.
Example #1: I know its probably in my best interest to eat a vegetarian diet but I really enjoy steak; I'm probably more suited to be a lunchetarian.
Example #2: I tried to give up meat, but baseball season is coming up. I'll make a compromise and become a lunchetarian and still be able to enjoy a hot dog without feeling guilty.
an omnivore who maintains a predominantly plant-based diet, but continues to eat animals (including fowl and sea animals).
Although Julie eats lots of nuts, legumes, fruits, and vegetables in her daily diet, she is a self-proclaimed flexitarian who will periodically eat fish or chicken.