If everyone is all veg*n and that’s important to you, why do you cook/is it okay to cook meat for your partner/bf/gf?
I mean, if you cook veg*n meals for them all the time whenever they’re with you or eat only veg*n food, that’s no problem. But I’m saying to those of you that cook MEAT for you partner; why is that okay?
I’ve always wondered about that. Is it because they’re your partner so they’re special and is an exception?
I NEVER cook anything nonvegan for my boyfriend. Why? Because I’m vegan and using/cooking animal products goes against my morals.
I have been dating my boyfriend for nearly 3 years and I love him. Dumping him because he isn’t vegan is wrong in my opinion. He’s also been very open about it. He’s always eager to try vegan meals and sometimes he’ll even order vegan or vegetarian when we go out. If I cook something and it’s vegan he’ll eat it. We have talked about that if we live together if he wants anything non-vegan he can cook it. He didn’t throw a fit or anything.
I do understand why some vegans might have this issue, some are already married with children when they make the switch and that can be a big change for the family. It can lead to marital discord in some instances I think. Who are you to judge them? Do you want them to put their marriage on the line to make you feel better?
Never. I swear. I’ve had this discussion with my best friend about when we move in together. I’m not cooking meat for him. But then again, he’s doing most of the cooking and he says he wants to try making me veg things. But I wouldn’t be able to mess with the meat. I gag when my mom makes me fix a sandwich for my younger brother. All he eats is bacon.
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