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I'm vegan and my husband is not. He cooks his meals and I cook mine but! He often shares my vegan food with me and quite enjoys it. Sometimes he prefers my vegan options to the non-vegan ones. Like any relationship, it takes comprimise.
Logically, I think dating a non-vegan would actually be better because then you could convert them. Mentally, I don’t know whether I could get past the idea of kissing someone who allows the corpses of tortured animals to pass their lips.
I prefer to have a vegan partner who cooks as well. I'm in a 9 yrs. relationship and I've been vegan 2 1/2 yrs. He never cooked for me before unless he is grilling, how hard is grilling lol. I understand the limiting vegan to non-vegan, but I'm doing it now and like I said, I prefer a vegan partner who cooks as well lol. My partner now stated he will never be vegan and usually refuses to try my dish :( So w/ that said, if this relationship do not last, I'm definitely limiting myself to only dating vegans .... I refuse to do it twice lol.
Yes to all the answers you had haha. Water is life. My partner is non-vegan and he eats whatever I cook, and if he wants anything else he'll have to make it himself. Also going to follow you on SC now, I have no idea why I didn't before.
i think its one of a few black and white issues i have in dating.
like - i will NOT date a smoker, i do not care how nice they are. i have done that! yuck!
i could not have cheese or meats in my fridge or house, they nauseates me. and the phlegm they produce is nasty. i could not go backwards.
i definitely love your videos, so optimistic and so full of ideas, thank you so much!
I would agree with no smokers. As a kid growing up, my parent always smoked everywhere we went no matter what and it would cause me to get sick all the time (second hand smoke is a killer) but that never compelled her to stop.
Smokers are absolutely selfish people in my opinion because that smoke just doesn't disappear it goes into the atmosphere and also poor animals eat cigarette butts.
-No offense to anyone but if you do smoke, please be considerate
Talking with my boyfriend, he decided to go vegetarian and he's planning on going full vegan soon :) I am very proud of him and I think I wouldn't be able to date someone who is not willing to change lifestyle, even with baby steps. Veganism for me is not only a daily routine but also implies a whole set of values and principles that I wish my partner would agree on... So I'm very lucky to have found such a wonderful person! I really cannot imagine the struggle of buying meat and dairy and eggs to keep in the house...
That's is what I can see happening with me and my bf hahaha. (He's vegan, but I'm not) I hadn't even really considered going vegan until I met him, so I mean it's been an interesting and eye-opening experience with him in my life so far.
About the "non-vegan partner struggle"... My fiance is not vegan and I'm pretty sure he will never go vegan or even vegetarian. We live together and each time I prepare lunch or dinner it is plant based. And I guess it just depends on the person because he loves vegan food and he is happy every time I cook something delicious. He likes to eat meat but he also realises that placing it in every meal is not good for your health. So as I said... It just depends on the person and on this person's, let's call it, flexibility ;)
My fiancé and I were talking veganism as well, and he is beginning to realize how his diet affects his health and such. He is the type to love pizza roles and burritos, but since I have incorporated vegetarian and vegan meals into his diet, he loves it, and has even discussed veganism with me a bit more.
I know recently you told us you use all natural skin care products and I was really intrigued! Could you do a "get ready with me" nighttime video? Showing how you take off your makeup, moisturize... Etc. THANKS ROSE!
Hi! I was just interested - do you have an opinion regarding raising children (if you've ever considered it) with a non-vegan partner? Would you raise them vegan? Would that be important to you to raise them vegan?Or to give them a choice from a certain age?
+polinamar I haven't thought that far ahead but if I had children I would like to raise them vegan, of course. But of course, it would get more complicated if I had a non vegan partner. Again, I haven't thought that far ahead haha...
The relationship I just had, the guy was okay with me being vegan and would go out to vegetarian restaurants with me. I would also make him vegan meals all of the time and he liked them. But he would also say how I'm missing out on so much or that I was picky. Perhaps now that we're not together I realize how maybe he wasn't REALLY okay with my lifestyle. The next partner I have definitely does not need to be vegan but perhaps more open minded. It really depends on the person.
When i think about dating i think about if i could spend the rest of my life with them... I couldnt ever marry someone or have this deep romantic relationship with somebody who consumed the lives of others.. I would probably date someone who was non-vegan, but only keep at it if i found they were interesting in veganism or see them potentially becoming vegan. If not, it just seems like a waste of time for me. Anyone else feel the same?!?!!?
I couldn't date a nonvegan. I did it before. It doesn't feel good knowing that your partner doesn't value equality. It eats at me that they are consciously willing to make those kind of immoral decisions. People that do that aren't a good influence and your partner influences you a lot.
Brian Shaw .... I know exactly what your saying but I met my boyfriend before I was vegan. We have been together for 9 yrs. and I've been vegan for 2 1/2 yrs. He doesn't tell me what to eat or not what to eat and I have to respect him as well. But he told me that he will never be vegan and he usually will not try my vegan food .... mostly b/c he is not a foodie type of person or in another words not a food explorer. He has always only eat once a day, which works for him. Now that I'm vegan he has to cook his own food and I cook mine. Seems to work, but it sucks b/c we eat at separate times.
I really appreciate your sensible outlook on vegan/non vegan dating. My partner is not vegan and I wish he was but he has other good traits and sometimes people don't understand why I'd ever date a non vegan.
Whenever I cook dinner it is always vegan. I refuse to cook with non-vegan ingredients and my non-vegan husband is totally ok with that. He loves vegan food and prefers it over other foods. He is also straight edge...I'm not. We never expect ourselves to change right away. We will on our own terms.
+Glen dale Watch What I Eat in a Day videos, as well as vegan food channels, you'll see that it's really easy. Besides Cheap Lazy Vegan, you should check out Cooking with Plants, Jess Beautician, Caitlin Shoemaker, Ela Gale, Edgy Veg and Hot for Food
imkinda vegetarian but I try not to eat no moo moo lol the thing for me is what veggies go with what like flavors how to put something together for my lunch for work like how can you pear potatos with what veggie but this week I put potato with cauliflower and chick peas ,macaroni so that is gonna be good but still confused
I mean, you never know, but I could never date someone who thinks that refugees should just go away and die or that the death penalty is an okay punishment. And just like that, I could never seriously date anyone who has consciously decided to not be vegan. There are a lot of people out there though who've never thought about it, or don't even know what veganism really is (just like me 5 years ago), and I don't think I would exclude those people. Kiiinda goes with what you're saying about people being open-minded, but I definitely go further. Like, if they're not gonna go vegan in the future, no thank you. Way too much stress and always that fundamentally different way of looking at the world, I'd say.
I get what you're saying. I guess the issue is that you never really know if they're going to go vegan in the future or not - most people who aren't vegan think they would never go vegan... Another thing that I think is different from say, the refugee example that you used, is that there are people who may completely agree with the philosophy of veganism and think that vegans have it right... but they simply cannot go vegan or think they cannot go vegan because they're so addicted to the food. That's another thing to consider. Either way, like I said, everyone should choose what they are comfortable with in a partner and that's what really matters.
Exactly. This isn't about preferences for dressing casually vs. formally, or liking piercings vs. not, or preferring rock vs. classical music. There is urgency, every moment of every day, for those voiceless who are suffering immeasurably, who don't understand why, who can't defend themselves. And, if you're someone who has been exposed to the ethical, health, and environmental arguments for veganism, and yet has willfully chosen to remain selfishly ignorant, how does an aware person reconcile herself to that level of fundamentally differing world-view in a "life partner?"
I definitely agree with the dating thing! It's hard enough finding someone, so limiting myself to only Vegans would be impossible. But it would be difficult to date a non-Vegan for me and probably for them as they'd most likely not get my passion towards this and the activism etc. and perhaps would view it as being strange or extreme or something. Luckily there are open-minded people out there too though :D
I was omni when I met my current SO, 6 years later I'm vegan. Sometimes it's a struggle, but I focus on all the things I love about him instead. he enjoys my vegan food and i try to educate him if it comes up naturally in conversation. His only complaint is that it makes eating out a little harder, luckily I live in a very vegan friendly area!
+Cheap Lazy Vegan for the most part :P it always comes to the same thing, he realizes animals are treated really shitty but just doesn't care. But he doesn't give me shit and will go out of his way to call restaurants and family/friends to make sure I'm prepared for outings!
yay thank you for watching :) and yes, my friends/family are very respectful of my choices. when my close girlfriends and I have potlucks, we make them fully vegan even though i'm the only vegan one! just gotta surround yourself with positive people.
im vegan my bf now doesn't eat meat I didn't force him he just agrees it's not good And quit I'm so proud but I try not to push dairy subject too much on him I'm just proud he's improving his health too
exactly! so many non-vegans open up to veganism when their partner or a close friend/family member is vegan. I always say that we don't want to be super exclusive and only surround ourselves with vegans... because we would miss the opportunity to influence other peoples' lives.
do supermarkets there only sell brand name products and not sell their own branded products? Here in Australia the supermarkets sell both brand name and the supermarket chain brand's products. Always interested in seeing what other countries have in their supermarkets.
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