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Not my usual type

Do vegans have a moral obligation to avoid non-vegan partners when looking for love?

“What are we going to do for dinner tonight?” It seems a simple question, but it’s not without its complications.

First, we need to decide on which part of the planet will inspire our meal that evening (“Shall we just order an Indian?” he’ll say), before battling over who will have to make the inconvenient pit stop at the shops on their drive home from work to retrieve missing essential ingredients (a fight I will inevitably win). Once shopping bags have been emptied out onto the kitchen counter, we each step up to accept our responsibilities for the evening; one will cook, the other will clean up after. It’s a familiar routine for most couples and, for many, it’s one that usually runs smoothly. For others, however, there are some extra obstacles that need navigating at dinner time; like organising a meal that is enjoyable for both parties, when only one of you is vegan.

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About Vegan Life

Welcome to our jam-packed February issue. We’ve been feeling the love here at Vegan Life HQ and, instead of resisting, we’re embracing that warm and fuzzy feeling. We’ve rounded up some of the best places to take a date this Valentine’s Day, the ultimate vegan-friendly gifts, and the most delicious meals to prepare for your significant other. It is tradition to send anonymous cards to people you like, but why not switch things up and use those few pounds to show your love for the animals by making a donation to a sanctuary instead? I had a wonderful love story delivered to my inbox this month — the tale of how a scrappy little sheep escaped slaughter, and the love of a group of school children led him to safety and finding his forever home. Find out all about Reg. I’m sure I’ve seen in a film someone plaster their declaration of love on a billboard — a grand gesture sure to gain some serious attention. This month, we’ve been looking at the world of pro-vegan advertising and why it causes so much controversy. The backbone of veganism is love and compassion, so why do some companies refuse to do business with vegan advertisers?. We’re getting really excited about Vegan Life Live coming up on March 9th-10th and can’t wait to see you all there. What better place to share the love than a venue of like-minded people enjoying great conversation and sensational food? Make sure you check out our preview. Have a great month,