‘I didn’t mean to cook seafood’: The vegan woman wonders ‘Is that an IA jerk who refused to welcome his in-laws for Christmas?’
As if the general stress of the holidays isn’t enough, you may also want to consider hosting Christmas at home. Especially if your in-laws and your partner’s entire extended family are coming over! Throw in some disagreements about what to eat and you have a ticking time bomb on your hands.
After a family drama spot, vegan redditor u/Awkward_Dot9908 turned to the AITA online community for advice.she wanted to hear their opinion about how to treat her Who will host the Christmas dinner this year? She refused to be host to her husband’s non-vegetarian family.
Please scroll down for the full text. Who do you think was wrong? If you’re vegan, have you ever prepared non-vegan food for someone else? Pandas, share your thoughts and opinions in the comments.
bored panda I contacted u/Awkward_Dot9908 via Reddit. She will update her article as soon as she hears from her.
Large crowds at Christmas can be a headache if you don’t have a dietary preference
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A woman asked the internet if she felt bad about refusing to entertain her non-vegan in-laws while on vacation
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The post’s author shared how her husband blinded her a little. is “terrible” and the stress of making everything for everyone falls on her shoulders.
The husband, who is also vegan, handled seafood well, but his wife did not. , the redditor was accused of “ruining Christmas.” Her husband, on the other hand, told her wife that she was an “unreasonable vegan.”
Written by Bored Panda Host dinners for people with various dietary restrictions. It can be quite the challenge! Before you invite anyone over, ask if your guests are vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free.
Then make sure they have at least a few things they can eat. You don’t want your guests to go hungry! However, it is physically impossible to accommodate everyone completely. For example, someone may be lactose intolerant or have a nut allergy. So you have to navigate people’s allergies (priorities!) and preferences.
In the midst of this culinary chaos, it’s imperative to remember why we’re doing this. Dinner The point of her party is to have a fun night out with great people, whether they are close friends or people you want to know more about. If you feel like you have too many preferences and dietary restrictions to track, there is actually a very simple solution. It’s going to a restaurant.
Otherwise, if you plan on hosting but catering to more people, let everyone know what you’re going to do ahead of time. subtly suggests that you are free to bring whatever you like. You may be the host, but that doesn’t mean you’re forbidden to enjoy yourself too. Don’t go!