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I WENT VEGETARIAN FOR 2 WEEKS…this is how it changed me!

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You guuuuysss!! Who is a vegetarian/vegan?! Give me all your insight and thoughts. I really enjoyed doing this experiment and documenting it along the way. I hope y’all enjoy. Ciao!

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32 Comments

  1. Beyou

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Kaitlyn, thank you so much for the inspiration.♥️

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  2. Madi Kelly

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I’m glad that someone realizes how hard we work to get enough protein and still not eat any meat, for that I thank you. ( just thought I’d tell you a little story: a few weeks ago my closest friends chased me with chicken around my classroom…. fun)

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  3. Emma Di Lemma

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I've tried this too and I did it allllll wrong I ate too little. you're supposed to eat heap loads tbh

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  4. Patrick Schlau

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    By the Way where can I find the recipe for that enchillada style dinner you made in the beginning of the video?

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  5. midnightsun

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Really appreciate that video. I love your enthusiasm, Kaitlyn. Great video with three nice down to earth people. Not exactly a vegetarian myself but i don’t eat meat a lot. Your vid makes me wanna try some of your receipe as well.

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  6. LaSovie

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I am vegetarian since 5 years its great

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  7. Bonsi Wong

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Try veggie Schnitzel by Wiesenhof!!! 😋

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  8. Tara Sirius

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I have been vegan for 8 years. I have so much power like never before. I would never eat more animals. Live the love. Milk production also causes so much suffering.

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  9. 이파비안

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I'm vegetarian and turning to vegan because I don't want that animals are dieing for me! I was vegetarian for 7 years from the age of 8 because I watched a documentation about meet and Factory farming .A few months ago I watched more movies and I learned a lot of things because I'm going to go vegan💚

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  10. Carsten Dalkowski

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Great Vlog K… keep it up!

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  11. VCRider

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    if you stay vegetarian you're gonna be fine but if go vegan there is no way around supplements for B vitamins and some minerals. if you lack those, you might get depressed , you can get them at DM.

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  12. Ally Jolie

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Hey Kaitlyn, I went vegetarian 3 years ago, but one year later I felt like that it wasn’t enough. I went vegetarian for the animals, I didn’t want that living beings have to die because of me. But finding out about the dairy industry and what they do to these cows, also finding out that our perception has been manipulated for decades by the industry, I mean, why do we see cows as animals who gives us milk when we 1. Don’t need it and 2. It’s not even normal, it’s for their babies, just like elephant milk is for elephant babies, dog milk for doggies etc. Also we see pigs different than dogs, going vegan helped me to see these animals on the same level. I recommend watching documentaries just like Cowspiracy (environment), earthlings (ethics), what the healths and forks over knights (health) because these show us that there are many reasons why you should eat plants instead of animals. Also there are good videos on YouTube too: 101 reasons to go vegan, Christian vs. Vegan, and the speech from Gary Yourofsky. Hope I helped you out a bit, maybe it’s gonna change your world too 🙂

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  13. bsmrk89

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    So I've been a strict vegetarian for 23 years now. I do consume dairy products and milk, but no eggs or animals whatsoever. One thing I can say is that after a really long time of not eating meat or animal products you get to a point in which you no longer crave for it but quite the opposite. The thought of eating an animal has become rather unnatural and (sorry meat-eating folks) even revolting. This is emphasized by the fact that the reason for me and my family's strict vegetarianism is based on the willingness to adopt a compassionate diet and not contributing to the systematic killing of animals for trade and consumption. Kudos for giving it a try.

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  14. Bea Dus

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    We ❤️ you beautiful Kaitlyn. Thanks for sharing 😊

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  15. Upgrade Iself

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I´m vegan for 14 years (because I love animals). Most normal thing ever. Easy. I try out new things almost daily.

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  16. der kaiser

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    silas thoughts when you asked him: you will never take away my shawarma!

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  17. Nadine Weigel

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Hi Kaitlyn, keep it up. I am vegetarian for 26 years now. I stopped eating meat when I was 12. Because I grew up on a farm and knew the pigs they slaughtered. So I got upset and just stopped eating things that have parents 😉 Greetings to Silas and Conner. Nadine (from the newspaper in Marburg)

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  18. adoptedowl

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    You are such a charismatic and nice vlogger, keep up the good work! <3
    Also, I was fully vegetarian for 3 months while living in a veggie dorm (cooking together is easier) and ever since then, for the past 5 years, my meat consumption went down a lot. I'm rarely buying any meat when I do groceries, and only eat it sometimes when I'm at BBQ parties or other social events involving food.
    I feel a lot healthier and detoxed.

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  19. FloRu

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Why is everbody laughing at you for not eating meat? I mean, you just don´t eat animals..no..cows..pigs.baby goats… You have sympathie for animals. So you don´t eat them. Not funny at all. I had to go through the same when I turned into a vegetarian 4 years ago. Everybody was laughing and saying stupid comments..They should show you respect for being so strong to say no to meat. Especially when you can smell the nice aroma of barbecue..Respect for you Kaitlyn!

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  20. Ghost251980

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Hey Kaitlyn u did a great Job with this video all by you (hope it was all you) !!! maybe u should think about keping it up like a weekly veagen report 😉 or somthing in this direction…. would be nice to see how this is going in america … by the way so sad thad u two are leaving next month ! I hope u two get the oportunity to get back to germany next season …. or u have to figure out how the hell is silas getting his schwama somewhere els in the world 😉
    so i hope to see you both next season back in germany … maybe cologe ? would be nice its very close to me so my chances are higher to meet you guys !
    until then please keep up the good work and count your blessings !

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  21. Henry Steinmann

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    You probably felt tired because you have no idea how to make plant based food. Vegetables are not calorie rich staple foods. When you have a large meal at least half of your plate should be a starchy calorie rich food such as rice,pasta or otherwise

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  22. Sheeeply

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I’ve been vegetarian for 6 years and vegan for almost a year. I did it for ethical, health and environmental reasons. I especially noticed a difference when I went vegan. I felt a lot better physically and mentally and two of my health issues went away after being vegan for 3 months. I never thought it would help me in any way, but it did. I’m feeling much better. 😊

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  23. McTobi2

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Does someone has the recipe for this lasagne type dish?

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  24. boby boucher

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    could you give me the link to the recepie that you used to cook that nice looking meal on day two?

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  25. Patrick Schlau

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Hello. I just found Silas' Channel two days ago and feel like I just cannot stop watching all the videos he and Connor are doing. When I realised by watching more and more videos that you have also moved to Germany I was wondering if you do also have a Channel. And suddenly there was this Video from you with the topic that Im spending like most of my lifetime since a while popping up in the recommendations list. This actually seems so mystically that I had to write this comment now. First I just want to say that you guys are really amazing. I cannot remember enjoying to watch someones Videos so much like I do yours lately. Obviously the biggest joy was to see how excited Silas was by travelling along the Rhein river because I used to grow up and live there untill two years ago. Ok, maybe I should rather post this under one of his Videos. But as I already mentioned it was your topic that finally gave me somekind of feeling that I need to write a comment.
    When I watched this Video I felt like I want to tell you so much things about the vegeterian/vegan diet. Like giving you "technically" advices about how to do things better and stuff. But now I just changed my mind and am sure that your own.way of practising and trying out this lifestyle will probably be the best anyways. So all I got left to say is that I really think you should carry on making experiences with it. I know that in the beginning there are several things that really not make it easy to go this way but I think if you are already feeling benefits from it its a good sign that youre on the right path. To keep in mind the positive changes to one's body and mind might be the most important thing to get through different types of hard times that will show up every now and then living the veg-life. Remember that no matter what problems you may be faced to theres always a way to solve them without going back to eating meat again.
    Sorry if my post is a little pathetic and I hope it does not sound to negative or scary to you. Im just so happy that I can follow and hopefully also Support you doing your first steps into this new lifestyle. Also I honestly wish that you get all the support and respect you need to be succesfully with it by the peoples around you especially from your boyfriend Silas.
    I wish you and the other guys all the best and hope that you will continue enjoying Germany like you did so far. Maybe one day I will see you guys in reallife when your in the north of Germany some time again.

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  26. Grandmaster Trend

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I'm surprised you did not eat any pasta, especially in the beginning where you had the feeling of not having enough energy. If you wanna feel the classic stuffed feeling after a meal eat a big plate of pasta 🙂 There are so many sauce options without any meat for pasta. I am no vegetarian by the way and probably will never be. I just enjoy the tase of meat too much. Chicken, beef, veal, pork, duck, goose, lamb, fish, prawns etc. it's just too good to stop enjoying it! 🙂

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  27. Maria Lorena

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I can't help myself, but it made me really really sad to see Silas being so unsupportive. It's not like she asked for his liver, she only wanted two weeks of support. And it's not the eating vegetarian thing itself, she could have also asked about being sugar free for two weeks or going on a walk every day or something like that and it wouldn't have hurt to just try it out, especially as Kaitlyn seems to give so much support to Silas.

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  28. U. Wummel

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Vegetarisch leben für 2 Wochen…was für eine Leistung…^^

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  29. Ani Chili

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I tried the 30 days vegan challenge 1,5 years ago and still sticking to it 😊 it was the best decision ever. I got rid of hay fever and have my dermatitis under control since eating vegan. I am glad that you enjoyed this experience, it’s a cool vlog.

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  30. Marie Mai

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I was a vegetarian for 22 years. Then I quit. Now I am a vegan. It feels I was always meant to live like this. I hate seeing animals suffer. This is the least I can do.

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  31. swanpride

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Honestly, Silas attitude is somewhat off-putting. I am not vegetarian myself, but I do vegetarian dishes once in a while (because you really don't need to eat meat daily).

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  32. Dreamworkponys

    November 3, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Food bread helps me, if I go vegetarian for a few weeks or months. I love meat, but sometimes it feels better to not eat it

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