Pork and other meats make up a significant part of the Amish diet
In fact, pork makes up a significant part of the Amish diet, in the form of bacon, ham, sausage, and pork chops, among other meat items. Amish often raise and fatten a pig or two, to be slaughtered in the autumn, and then processed and eaten through the winter.
Amish eat a variety of other meats as well, including chicken and beef. Indeed, an Amish vegetarian is a rare thing. Amish, who tend to do farm work and other manual labor, are known to have hearty appetites.
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