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A further 33% would like it if their partner thought about eating less meat, and the majority - 65% - would not want to change a partner's diet, agreeing that ''they have to choose [vegetarianism] for themselves.'' The survey also revealed that, contrary to stereotypes, US vegetarians are extremely tolerant of diets different to their own.Indeed, 89% of vegetarians would be happy to start a serious relationship with a devoted meat eater.*Restrictions and additional baggage charges may apply.
This includes 25% who would try and avoid meat in front of their partner and 18% who would give it up entirely.
of vegetarians would insist that a partner follow their meat-free example.
About her Creamy Courgetti Carbonara (find the recipe below) she says: "Pasta is the ultimate romantic dish.
I always remember the scene from Lady and the Tramp when they share the dish of pasta, gazing deeper into each other's eyes with every bite.
Two contestants also provide a post-mortem on their blind date.
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involves putting a series of questions to three potential dates who can't be seen.
First in the driver's seat is Natalie, a “part-time actress and model who would love to meet somebody fast and exciting” although not too fast.
Overall, this means that 72% of US singles would to date a meat-eater and 28% would most like to date a vegetarian.