• is a good way to meet people that share your interests (and not just for dating).There are a ton of vegan and eco-friendly groups there that might introduce you to some cool people.
We also have various other fraud protection measures in place including Manual Profile Verification, SSL Encryption and a Fraud Detection System.How to meet a veg partner: • Like I mentioned in my video, try going to eco and vegan events where you might meet like-minded people.The farmer’s market, a yoga class, or volunteering might be a good place to start.This is such a simple date, but it’s one of the best. Surprise him or her by bringing them lunch one day. If your gal or guy likes sweets, make them chocolate peanut butter cups or for a fancy treat, make my candied ginger pears. Just veganize the ingredients or make something in that general realm. No need to make a big deal about it being vegan, just share the yum food with love. Continue sharing all the good foods like my Cheesy Oozy Guacamole Bean Dip and Artichoke, Mushroom, and Leek Crostini with pesto from . So whether you’re a guy or gal, if you’re looking for a plant-based partner, the odds are tough!Try the rustic pasta on page 147 of or the waffle, sausage and cheese Panini on page 153. Be careful not to turn them off to the kind lifestyle: • Try not to lecture about veganism if they haven’t expressed an interest in learning about it. If it’s been a while and they haven’t inquired, give them a book that best suits their personality. Continue to take care of yourself and they will see that you look better than ever and that you feel great. After reading those numbers, I was curious to see how you all feel about being in the dating game or in relationships as vegans. It’s pretty short so it won’t take more than five minutes and I’ll share the results of the survey after Valentine’s Day! Share in the comments below, and if you have more questions about this topic, post those too. Speaking of comments, we have some brand new comment capabilities!