Vegan dating: How it works with EliteSingles
At EliteSingles, we want to help you find a love that lasts. All members on our platform are serious about their search for a relationship and cooking requirements can play a huge part in the search. If you’re looking for someone to spend the rest of your life with and cook with everyday, try vegan dating with us. We pride ourselves on our successful and well educated members who respect themselves and the planet which is why vegan dating is a reality with EliteSingles.
Our intelligent matchmaking service works in 4 simple steps. Firstly you must complete our extensive personality test, which is made up of over 200 questions and gives us an insight into the real and what matters to you. The next part of the process is creating your online dating profile with us. There you can upload a flattering, recent picture of yourself and write down your personal interests. Next you need to outline your partner criteria and what you’re seeking in a relationship. If eating habits are important to you, we can match you with people who feel the same way. Finally, we send you 3-7 tailored highly compatible matches a day (or you search for users using our 'Have You Met' feature) and then you can start organizing the fun part – the dates!
Why is vegan dating so important to American singles?
So why is sharing dietary interests so important to American singles? Not only are people more conscious about the significance of human impact on the environment, but eating together is also an extremely intimate part of a relationship. As EliteSingles psychologist Salama Marine puts it; ‘eating together is, without a doubt, one of the most intimate things a couple can do – without taking their clothes off!’ She explains that 'sitting opposite one another at a dinner table and staring into each other’s eyes without distractions is certainly a big step in any relationship. If couples can successfully pass this delicate yet fundamental test, their relationship has a greater chance of going the distance.''
The World Vegetarian Day survey also revealed that 81% of those in the study referred to themselves as 'foodies', so it's clear that, for many, 'culinary preferences are vital...and, as a result, some individuals are afraid of dating someone who doesn’t share the same eating habits as them.'
In other words, eating together is an important bonding experience so take some of the pressure off with dating by at least agreeing on the menu. Try vegan dating with EliteSingles today.