I enjoy going out for dinner etc just as cuddle on the sofa and watching a...Fun, loving lady in need of a walking partner, a cuddle monster who can help pull off my wellies as this struggle always reminds me why singledom can be lonesome.Calling ahead to fancier restaurants is a smart move—you’ll learn if they have any flexibility and may discover a chef who’s willing to whip up a fantastic veg dish for you. Prepare meatless meals that you both love and that can be easily modified at the table: each of you can add beans, tofu, seitan, or another mix-in of your choice to your own plate. It’s a good idea to lay down ground rules for the kitchen. Maybe you eat less meat because you care about animals; maybe it's to help combat global warming and climate change; maybe it's to be more healthy; or maybe you just don't like the taste!But things can get dicey when it comes to the emotional topics of food and ethics. We asked Ayindé Howell and Zoë Eisenberg, co-authors of First off, don’t count on converting each other.People do change their eating habits—most of us weren’t born vegan or vegetarian—but it’s best not to base your relationship on that hope.
That's why we hope our site can be a great opportunity for people to meet others who understand them, and their values.
We also allow non-vegetarian members who are interested in eating less meat.
This group is for SINGLES who are VEGETARIAN or VEGAN.
Not every meal needs to knock everyone’s socks off, but try to make it rare that the vegetarian is stuck with a lame salad or the omnivore is totally intimidated by an all-vegan mock-meat menu.
“Just research the menu of a restaurant before suggesting it,” says Howell.