Whether for religious, ethical, or medical reasons.
I'm not talking about like a peanut or shellfish allergy. I mean really restrictive things like dairy allergy, vegan, celiac disease (gluten-free), halal, diabetes, etc.
That means you'll have to avoid or go to certain restaurants. If your parents or friends invite them to dinner, you'll have to let them know they have to prepare the food a certain way. Same if you prepare food for them. If you have guests over, they may have to adhere to the diet your partner fixes. If you have kids, same thing.
- Too much hassle, noVote A
- I'm on a restrictive diet, yes (But only if it is the same as mine)Vote B
- If I liked them, yes (But I eat how I want, even if it means separate meals)Vote C
- Other/See ResultsVote D
- If I liked them, yes (I'd even change how I eat too, so we can eat together)Vote E
- I'm on a restrictive diet, yes (Even if it is different from mine)Vote F
Most Helpful Guy
Well my sister was vegetarian and my mother is celiac and my father is on a diet to lower his sugar levels and cholesterol so i'm used to fitting around that kind of thing. I'll always be a carnivore though and i'll also enjoy fatty or sugary things, but i'm flexible.1
Most Helpful Girl
If it's due to health reason, and I mean REAL health reason, not just a trendy allergic Reaktion that's self-diagnosed, then i would still date them. If i like them enough, of course. If it's just their choice, no. Too much restrictions = too little pleasure. I'm not willing to put up with that. Also, these kinds of individuals who choose to go on a restriktive diet are usually not experimental and adventurous when it comes to food. Not my idea of a fun Person either. You have to be willing and enjoy trying out many different things. Because that would contribute to an open mind.0
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