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PSTIR November 18th, 2019 5:41am

If you are hosting a holiday dinner, do you make accommodations for vegetarian guests?

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Negamu be gay, do crime
11/18/19 7:42 pm

Of course. Either way, we’re bound to have some food without meat in it.

11/18/19 2:01 pm

I said no because we don’t have any vegetarians that come.

UniversePlan Michigan
11/18/19 6:44 am

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DonWichita Kansas
11/18/19 5:38 am

Don't have to.
All our family are Meatasaurus'

CrazDab Florida
11/18/19 4:59 am

Vegetarians sit at the kids table and get macaroni and cheese.

EarlyBird Portland
11/17/19 11:11 pm

Yes of course.

susanr Colorado
11/17/19 11:00 pm

Of course. One of us (my daughter) has been a vegetarian most of her life. In the past, I was a vegetarian for years, vegan for most of them.

We’re used to accommodating various food needs, preferences and allergies. When we have group meals with old friends, many of whom are vegetarian, some vegan, some gluten-free, some omnivorous, some on various diets... We try to make the meal accessible for all, whether that means cooking two versions of a dish, or others pitching in with additional dishes, or something else. We want everyone to be well fed and happy.


susanr Colorado
11/17/19 11:21 pm

On the other hand, when I was a vegan/vegetarian, if I was invited somewhere for dinner by people who weren’t close friends, I didn’t expect to have my needs catered to. It was nice if they did (*very* nice) but not necessary. I’d probably mention that I could bring something for myself. And that’s what my daughter does.


Wert A picture of my junk
11/17/19 10:47 pm

If there are any, sure. Why would I want them to feel unwelcome?