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We talked via veggieconnection and moved to emails and phone shortly after. We were so similar and had the same views on almost everything. Now as I type this, I am sitting clear across the continent from New York to British Columbia right next to my soulmate Devin.
In fact, the US's 28% put Americans amongst the most tolerant countries, right behind the UK on 29% and well ahead of countries like France, Ireland and Australia.
Slightly fewer meat-eaters - 84% - would be happy in a serious relationship with a vegetarian.
Yet, despite the fact that most singles would happily date someone with different dietary preferences, for both meat-eaters and vegetarians alike, their is to date someone whose diet matches their own: 86% of vegetarians would prefer to date a vegetarian, while 90% of meat-eaters would prefer to date a meat-eater.
However, it may just be that US singles have beef with the ultimatum itself rather than with the vegetarian lifestyle.
It turns out, if asked nicely by a vegetarian partner, nearly 43% meat-eaters would be prepared to try going at least semi-vegetarian.
One of the more startling insights to come out of the survey was the revelation that, if forced to choose, many Americans would opt for loin steak and loneliness over lentils and love.
Indeed, 76% of US meat-eaters would dump a vegetarian who confronted them with an ultimatum along the lines of ''.'' What's more, the prospect of facing just such an ultimatum is enough to put several meat-eaters off of vegetarian dating: 20% think that the threat of attempted conversion is the number one reason not to date a vegetarian.
'' As she explains ''sitting opposite one another at a dinner table and staring into each other’s eyes without distractions is certainly a big step in any relationship.
If couples can successfully pass this delicate yet fundamental test, their relationship has a greater chance of going the distance.'' In addition, with 81% of those in the study refering to themselves as 'foodies', it's clear that, for many, ''culinary preferences are vital...and, as a result, some individuals are afraid of dating someone who doesn’t share the same eating habits as them.'' In other words, eating together can be a bonding experience so loaded with meaning that it is little wonder that singles want to ease a little bit of the pressure by agreeing on the menu!
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.
Yet, for another 22%, just So why is the practice of sharing food as a couple so important for both meat eaters and vegetarians?