Ohh, that's such agreat idea, Mikie
(although I think you mentioned it before?).
I was raised vegetarian. I'm unsure what I should say about it, however.
Did I rebel? No. The only time I ate meat was when the family doctor suggested I should do so. It was totally unappealing to me, so I quickly reverted to vegetarianism. Oh, I did have a dislike of HFS's for a while. This mainly had to do with all kinds of diets I did for my allergies.
My sister, however, did rebel. I guess people are different (I was never rebellious in any aspect, my sister was quite rebellious).
I've never had much trouble growing up veg*n (peer-wise, or where other people's parents were concerned). I have, however, been bashed by omnis who tell me that it is not my own choice to be veg*n. Admitedly, with omnis who think that way, I use that to escape strainful conversations.
Vegetarianism became something natural to my thinking process early on. I should be thankful for that. It entails - basically - that I can live this lifestyle without having to rebel, without having to have icky stuff in the fridge, etc.. One of the downsides to this is that I would have a very hard time living with omnivores (either out of convenience or out of romantic interest).
Maybe I'll ramble some more as this thread progresses