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But for committed vegans, the choice to ditch anything that cause harm to animals, the environment and your health is an easy one to make.
Still, that doesn’t make living in a meat-and-dairy-obsessed world any easier.
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Yet the question we should be asking is whether such apps are actually helping us in our search for love and sex, or whether they’re simply feeding an addiction likely to result in neither.
If you’ve ever used a dating app (or any social platform, for that matter) you’ll know how easy it can be to fall down the rabbit hole only to emerge hours later with no idea where the time went.
If someone states they're vegan it's something you have in common and can talk about.
Especially places to go to eat.” As he had a long-term relationship with someone who ate meat, his veganism hasn’t caused problems in dating but he says it could “ limit potential date or restaurant choices.
Not the most exciting lifestyle but it's the way I am these days,not into clubbing anymore at all.