A "vegetarian village" in the suburb of st. Petersburg, Russia, will also be rejected by smokers and drinkers.
The suburb of st. Petersburg is building a "vegetarian village", with developers planning to build a sustainable community, according to the Russian TASS news agency. "Veggie villages" not only can handle garbage on their own, but also be self-sufficient in energy supplies and food supplies. There are also yoga centers, gyms, spas, shops, nurseries, education centers, and vegetarian restaurants. The seven buildings are planned to be built, with two completed and one building completed early next year for 210 families, with 30 families currently in. The condition that the dealer puts forward is, whether to buy a house or rent, the first condition that the person who enters a person must be vegetarian. If you can't convince a salesperson that you're a vegan, you can't afford to buy more. In addition, smokers and drinkers can be turned away from "vegan villages". Non-vegetarians can make a short stay on a visit or excursion, but must comply with the rules.
"I wasn't a vegetarian before," says jannis, a resident of the vegetarian village. For my health, I began to refuse to eat meat. Now I feel very happy."