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Men tended to be more bothered by a partner’s veganism than women, showing less enthusiasm at the prospect of giving up a hangover fry up or a roast dinner on a Sunday.
Let’s face it, the majority of our early dates tend to center around food, and while we’re willing to make major exceptions for our partners during the rose-tinted honeymoon period, food choices are clearly a deal breaker most of us simply aren’t willing to compromise on.
You may have never been exposed to opinions like these before, and you won't understand them at first. You'll realize certain things you thought were vegetarian just aren't... Some wines contain fillers like yeast or bull blood. But it IS kind of awkward to sit there chomping on some steak while knowing how your SO feels about it.
I'm 34 but look about 12, seperated with 2 children (4&2). Researchers also found that 77% of people wouldn’t be up for giving up meat for a partner, so vegans - if you do manage to find a non-vegan to go to dinner with you, trying to convert them to your plant-based ways over the aperitif might not be the best way of securing a second date.Until fairly recently, skittles were vegan in the US but not in the UK - this was because they contained E120 cochineal, which is produced from scale insects.While most singles consider looks, personality and career success as some of the top qualities to look for in a potential partner, a new survey by dating app True View has found that for many people, eating habits can make or break a relationship.In a survey of 1,000 men and women around the UK, 34% of people said that they would not be up for dating a vegan - a person who omits meat, fish and dairy from their diet, among other animal-based products.
I started eating more vegan and vegetarian meals, and now, I would say I eat meat only around half the time.