Em... I'm definately no vegetarian, but I did want to raise my hand on the raw food-ism.
My favorite forms of protein are sashimi and rare steak, cooked 30 seconds on one side and 30 seconds on the other. If not for health issues, I'd eat steak raw.
I'm hypoglycemic (blood sugar issues - mine's always low) and eating a high protein diet makes me feel a lot healthier than one that has a lot of carbs, to the point where I was eating about 18% of my calories per day in protein (115g of protein for 2500 calories).
Meat appeals to me so much because I need protein, and meat, dairy and eggs are the most efficient ways of getting it, but I like it to be as pure and healthy as possible.
I'm also a major fan of raw and steamed veggies and strawberry and tea smoothies.
I'm fortunate that I gave up soda back in high school in favor of drinking tea - the tea is a lot cheaper than spending $2 on Dr. Pepper every day - it adds up, especially for a high school student. These days I can't really drink soda because the sheer amount of sugar causes my blood sugar to spike and then drop a significant amount.
So my other diet oddities are an avoidance of sugar and a major lack of spices, because I'm allergic to pretty much everything commonly used except the flesh of peppers (can't have the seeds), garlic, salt, onion, and saffron.
Adagio's tea has become a constant part of my life in large part because it tastes good, but also because it makes my allergies better. It's also soothing when I'm sick from my allergies and I can't go outside because it's so allergy-aggravating out there.
Hm. Based on what PeachAddict said, does being Vegan mean you don't eat honey?