What’s the difference between being Vegan, Vegetarian, and Pescatarian?

What’s the difference between being Vegan, Vegetarian, and Pescatarian?

The main difference between vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian diets is the absence of red and poultry meats, which provides multiple health benefits and makes for a friendlier treatment of the environment and animals that live with us on this planet.



People who choose a diet based on Fish obtain most nutrients from fish and vegetables, and some pescatarians may include eggs and dairy products in their diets.

Among the benefits of being a pescatarian is that you have a low probability of suffering from heart disease and problems associated with high cholesterol.



Being vegan is more than just following a diet; it is a lifestyle that also includes ethics and policies that defend the rights of all animals. For this reason, vegans avoid any products made from or linked to animal abuse.

Being vegan may allow you to get to a healthy weight and it protects you from heart disease and cancer.



Not eating any type of meat is a must. Some vegetarians may consume eggs and dairy products, while others choose only one group of these foods.

This type of diet prevents kidney disease and reduces the likelihood of suffering from a stroke, diabetes, and obesity.


But… what kind of food will you find at Laborejo?

We love diversity! That’s why we serve nutritious, delicious, and healthy options that range from vegan burgers made with Impossible Meat to pescatarian dishes. You can add the fish of your choice from the list, which contains options of fish listed as “Best Choices” according to the Seafood Watch® program from the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, which suggests fish options that are sustainable, ensuring that it does not affect the marine ecosystem.


We are committed to a healthy lifestyle, and we’re coming to show the world that those who choose to get away from the ravenous consumption of red or poultry meat can enjoy even more delicious and nutritious meals 😉