I love the recent podcast that Colleen Patrick-Goudreau did on this topic because it emphasizes having standards, while staying open.The takeaway: Never underestimate the power of gently inspiring your partner for the better.I can’t define these for you, but there are some exercises that can help you move toward clarity: For some folks, veganism is a dietary preference, and they don’t mind if their partner is a meat-loving BBQ pit-master, or they don’t expect others to follow suit.For others, veganism is a principled code, a way of life, a religion of sorts that affects food, fashion, entertainment, and other decisions.
Everybody on our site is vegetarian and vegan and they want to date other vegetarians.
While it’s not guaranteed that you’ll meet a love interest at these events, you will meet like-minded folks and create your own community.
And while we’re at it, Just as you can buy nutritional yeast and that super-exotic spirulina online, so can you search for a like-minded mate.
Yes, you can probably search for vegetarians on other sites however not everyone completes their 'interests' fields on dating sites.
In fact, general online dating industry standards would support the belief that very few will complete their interests, aside from very basic information.
Generally, we have a simple structure; the site is free to join and browse although we do ask for a fee to communicate (although we often have special offers too) – rest assured that the funds generated are put straight back into the site to help is grow.