Say you’re really into the Paleo diet and want to find someone to share your nuts and berries with.
You could go to a regular dating site like Ok Cupid and search for Paleo.
If that doesn’t work, try Vegan Passions.com, one of many in a network of dating sites that helps people introduce themselves based on their obsessions. If you’re carrying a few extra pounds, there’s Large Passions.com, but if you're looking to shed some weight, there’s Diet
No matter what your dietary restrictions, interests, or passions, there’s a dating site filled with plenty of potential matches waiting for you.
Maybe it’s a poor diet, dating toxic men or women or laziness. Most behaviors, good and bad, become automatic or habituated over time.
For example, tying a shoe is probably something you do without any thought whatsoever — you might even be able to do it blindfolded. Similarly, reaching for junk food is a behavior that becomes reinforced and happens almost like a reflex.
The people are there, but you’re better off going to a place like Same
AND THEN, I get to be the weirdo who has to-go toothbrushes in her purse, just in case she decides to make out with someone that night,” Pachter wrote for the non-food specific dating site How About
Years later, having come to the United States and experienced a much faster, fuel-driven approach to consumption, I saw an opportunity to bring my cultural culinary roots to the American lifestyle.
I was searching for ingredients that represented my ancestors’ heritage and found that sesame was the missing ingredient in the American diet.
If you have more than one food allergy, there’s Singles With Food Allergies.com, which has been called “Ok Cupid for those who carry an Epi Pen.” There you can tailor your search for people with specific allergens, from eggs to shellfish.
Marla Pachter has more food allergies than she can count, and the last meal eaten by a potential boy-toy could “shut me down for the day, either lying by the toilet or in a Benadryl coma.” So when she’s courting someone, she has to make a strange request.