Yet I can’t tell you how many times the “v” word has sent potential suitors in a rubber-burning bee-line to the nearest Mc Donald’s Drive Thru, never to be heard from again.
I‘ve even been known to express appreciation if said slab of flesh is cooked as I would once have liked.
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I ended up liking some of the men on my Speed Dater event as people because they seemed to have kind hearts (though some were flexi-veggie and that’s just annoying) – but, crucially, it didn’t make me fancy them any more.
Let me just point something out straight up – I often identify and get on better with blokes who eat everything under the sun than flexi/pesci types who pick and choose the species that deserve freedom and peace or eat that way because they heard red meat is bad for you (yes hello hi I’m a strict ethical vegan).
Bizarre, I know, but as the long winter evenings drag on, my quest for a decent bloke to sit in front of the fire with continues shamelessly. Yet, polite though I am, I can’t return the gesture by tucking into a quarter pounder with cheese, now, can I? I’d prepared mentally and aesthetically beforehand, as you would. But sadly, three of the male contenders had not, I suspected, been within a flannel’s breadth of a bar of soap in quite some time.
Others have embraced the novelty, surprised at how awesome non-animal foods can taste. And let me tell you, while some of those brief encounters were over in the blink of an eye, others seemed decidedly longer.
Her superbly organised sessions are always popular, light-hearted and full of fun and humour. If this is your cup of tea, please register in advance by emailing [email protected](with "Vegfest Scotland 2016 Speed Dating" in the title) to participate stating your name, age, if you have a website or Facebook page or send a photo for ID on the day.Tuesday night’s age bracket was 25-38 so, as a 25-year-old, this meant that the vast majority of blokes were too old for me.It was an interesting experiment at London veggie / vegan restaurant Tibits, the first event of its kind hosted by the speed dating giant.So that makes Leicester pretty special - and great for veggies!Leicester Vegetarian and Vegan Group has organised a range of activities to mark National Vegetarian Week.