I'm pretty much vege, 'cos my wife can't eat meat. (she can't digest it)
I eat meat occasionally when I'm out, or if I get a craving, but that's not often.
The only problem is that people usually don't know what to cook for veges, as they rely on meat as the main part of most meals, but a bit of creativity, and thinking differently about food, you can make some really good meals. The bonus is that you don't feel as stuffed and lethargic afterwards. BBQs can be a nightmare, but next time fill some giant mushrooms with decent cheese and stick them on. Some strips of halloumi, vege kebabs, sweetcorn. Nice.
We're pretty lucky living in Brighton, every other restaurant is vegetarian.
Good luck to you. It's a positive lifestyle choice and, although I'm not vege, I have a great deal of respect for what you're doing.
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