I am curious. We have been together for over thirty five years (I would have divorced me a long time ago) and have two on their own fantastic daughters. Around thirty years ago S (wife) decided to become a "vegetarian". She eats fish
, eggs and fowl, an occasional bit of rabbit, but generally nothing with four legs or lips, so there is some flexibility in her definition. Do chickens have lips?
I do most of the cooking
and I am not opposed to eating a lot of non-meat, but I do crave a good burger, sausage, meatloaf or steak (oh hell, any kind of beef, pork or venison will do). Even, OMG, a perfectly prepared Osso Bucco in the braising pan.
S is not the biggest fan of boats, but she is, bless her heart, feeling better about it. My plans are to retire this year and head
south on the ICW
to warmer weather
. S will work another year (maybe four if I am persuasive?) so the trip will be with friends and family
who hop on board for a week or two.
So, I pose to you, esteemed, studied, refined and educated members of CF, how many of you share life with a person of different dietary preferences and how do you handle it?
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