Veggie Date is considered by many to be the premier vegetarian dating site in the world.Our members include vegans, lacto vegetarians, ovo vegetarians, pescatarians (fish and vegetable eaters), semi-vegetarian, those who are becoming vegetarian and macrobiotic eaters.Open up a line of communication and find a comfy middle ground you can both get behind -- separate pots and pans, anyone? Many non-vegans have a skewed idea of what being vegan is actually about, which perhaps can be blamed on the more aggro activist side of the movement.Often, when people hear "vegan" they picture angry paint-slinging, forum-trolling types, and this just isn't the case for all.It is clear that becoming a vegetarian is increasingly common in UK culture.Therefore, it is about time that there should be a quality Vegetarian Dating site for UK vegetarian singles. You don't have to be vegan, you just have to be a good person. You will eat so well if you date a vegan because we've had to learn how to cook well so we can eat tasty stuff all the time. Most people become vegans because they hate the thought of anyone suffering, so lots of us don't love to fight. We don't want to go to the dog races, horse races, the rodeo, or Sea World with you on date. Well, not in a weird way, but many of our closest friends and family aren't vegan (YET) and we haven't killed them and worn them as flesh suits.
Camille and I met almost a year ago through Veggie Date.
Other than that, everything is fair game and we're the most adorable little piglets around.
We just don't eat things that were once alive or the secretions of another creature.
Many raw vegans, raw vegetarians, and raw foodists are among our vegan single members and our vegetarian single members.
Veggie Date is also a great place to meet like minded friends and activity partners including people who enjoy a healthy lifestyle, eating vegetarian food, vegan food, organic food, GMO free food, organic raw food, and GMO free raw food.
Heck, even Silicon Valley is in, with Bill Gates funding vegan mayo and the Twitter co-founders backing a new faux meat.