Hey it's me, your favorite (I hope!) Pescatarian radio friend Judi! ;) Okay, sure I don't eat turkey but with Courtney Budelman from KSDK's Show Me St. Louis, I CAN give a tip about your Turkey cooking! Watch the latest "Billy & Judi" segment below (sans Billy because he was too busy sweeping up those names he was dropping at his CMA Virtual Interviews)! Oh, and btw if you ever wanted to know the difference between a Pescatarian and a Vegetarian or Vegan, I've given a little summary below the video. Here's also the new Butterball Turkey Line (you may need it!)
If you ever suddenly find yourself hosting a holiday meal and you find out one of your guests is either a Pescatarian, Vegan or Vegetarian and wonder what to serve? I know, it's confusing. First and foremost, if it were I was your guest, I wouldn't expect you to make anything special for me, that I promise! Your company would fill me up just fine! :) However, not all picky eaters are as easy-going so because I'm asked this a lot, being a Pescatarian, this from Miriam-Webster
The word sprouted up in 1839.("a person who lives on fruit") ripened by 1893. In 1944, vegetarians who consume no animal or dairy products began calling themselves vegans. Then, in 1993, those who eat fish but no other meat chose pesce, the Italian word for "fish," to create the designation pescatarian. In that same year, meatatarian was served up as a word for those whose diet largely includes meat; that word is rare, however, and is usually used in informal and humorous ways, making it the type of fare not included in our dictionaries. Another fairly recent dietary word is flexitarian, a person who follows a mostly vegetarian diet but occasionally eats meat or fish.
Source: Merriam-Webster online