"Been" is a past tense form of the word "being" To use a past tense when referring to a future event is....it's....ugh...
In answer to your badly worded question. (Which, によって the way, should have been "Who here is a vegetarian?") I am not a vegetarian. Meat and I have a long standing relationship, with my stomach and colon being involved as well.
My bff is, she started a few months ago. I think she still eats seafood, but I'm not sure. She eats a lot of veggies and just cuts out the meat. To be honest, I think she's doing it as もっと見る of a fad than anything, though she does always look disgusted when I eat meat. Like when I ate a hotdog at the baseball game yesterday. または when we were at a party and I piled up my plate with nothing but meat just to annoy her. I would never want to become a vegetarian; it's bad enough that because of 食 allergies I can't eat nuts, pineapple (and I just went to Hawaii. GRRR!) strawberries, nectarines, tangerines (but I can eat oranges) and guava. I 愛 eating meat and already have so many restrictions that to give it up would just make my life so much harder.
Not me, meat is an important part of us, we NEED protein. Meat is good, we need meat, veggies aren't the only important thing. Besides the 動物 we eat were created によって God for eating. It's not like we Americans eat dogs, cats, hamsters, dolphins, eagles, chipmunks, etc. They weren't meant for eating.... That is my opinion ^^