Many raw vegans, raw vegetarians, and raw foodists are among our vegan single members and our vegetarian single members.The truth is, I actually find it slightly embarrassing going to a huge family dinner and eating just the Italian bread with a side of corn as people stare at you as if you've just grown an actual eggplant from your head.I can’t define these for you, but there are some exercises that can help you move toward clarity: For some folks, veganism is a dietary preference, and they don’t mind if their partner is a meat-loving BBQ pit-master, or they don’t expect others to follow suit.
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