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06-17-2006 10:04 PM
froggythefrog Some of us just hung out here a while and found someone who has a lot in common with us. Tofu-N-Sprouts is the best thing that's ever happened to me.
06-16-2006 11:09 AM
queenfluff in addition, there is also which is run by the same people who run

Like greenfriends, it isn't all vegetarians - but a good majority are. Pretty cheap too.
06-16-2006 09:29 AM
Trueveggie14 Yes, Veggiedate seems the best. It costs $19.95 a Year. While other sites try to charge $20 a month or more. is supposed to be all vegetarians ... but I think I've seen some non-veggie foreigners trolling (mostly middle eastern). There is an American on there that I'm currently interested in. I guess you just need to search through all of the sites and see which one has the most "potential", but why not put the free profile up on all veggie sites ... just in case you catch someone else's eye.
06-15-2006 01:45 PM
queenfluff there is:




(i am still a newbie so I can't put the exact links up....add your three w's to the beginning and your dot com at the end of those)

I have met or dated people I have met through veggiedate and it is my favorite site for meeting veggie singles. Also, try a veggie meetup in your area (same deal with the w's and the dot com)


IMO, there tend to be more people serious about meeting people on veggie date. It is free to do a profile and the membership is really cheap only 9.95$ (i think can't remember if they raised it).
06-15-2006 12:12 AM
GhostUser ok--troub beat me to that one...the other one i thought might interest you:
06-15-2006 12:09 AM
GhostUser hi--

well, i'm lucky enough to be married to a veg, so its not an issue for me, butwanted to tell you---look in the family and relationships forum...there were a couple threads there a little while back that you'd be interested in...umm--one was something like "to ask for a veg future" and one was "looking for single veg*ans" or something...ok, i'll see if i can find the links for you...
06-15-2006 12:08 AM
troub answers you seek.

that thread delivers.
06-15-2006 12:07 AM
06-15-2006 12:02 AM
Charlie Chaplin Has anyone tried any of the veg*n personal posting web pages? Any good results? It may sound terrible, but I don't think I could date anyone who isn't at least vegetarian. I would have never believed it before I turned veg, but I can smell dead animals on people's breath, and is it ever a turn-off! Someone could be amazingly attractive, but death breath would ruin that appeal. That awful smell is so wide-spread that I always carry breath mints with me so that if someone's breath is awful I can pop a couple mints into my mouth and then offer some to the person as if I were doing so to be polite.

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