Vegetarian dating service
Okay, you’re going on a date, but the person is not a vegan. Well, if you’re like me, you don’t need to because your date already knows, either from your profile or because you gave them a friendly heads-up so they wouldn’t choose Fogo De Chao for your dining experience.
If that’s not the case, take a deep breath and relax. This usually incites curiosity from a date (and everyone else in your life): “Really? ” Keep it light, keep it matter-of-fact, and steer clear of gore (if the conversation devolves in to a heated debate about tail-docking and debeaking, it’s probably not a match) – there’s no need for this to be an antagonistic, evening-ruining conversation.
In an age where the internet both connects and divides us, there are many ways to make contact with abundant vegan and plant-based networks, both in-person and electronically.
There are Meetups for vegetarians, vegans, raw vegans, macrobiotic vegans, vegans who like to swing dance, vegetarians who rescue dogs, vegans who like samurai movies, and oh so many more niche categories.
For the boozier set, there’s Vegan Drinks, which has popped up in 43 cities around the world, and provides vegans the opportunity to mingle while throwing back a few tasty beverages.
For others, veganism is a principled code, a way of life, a religion of sorts that affects food, fashion, entertainment, and other decisions.
I say this affectionately, because it’s the latter for me.