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A vegetarian is someone who does not partake of any animal flesh.
SCA vegetarians will most likely feel very left out at most feasts. If you are vegetarian, the [[feastocrat]] will do his/her best to ensure there are some yummy veggie dishes, but most times you will most likely find there are mountains of [[meat]] with a small pocket of green [[vegetables]] tucked somewhere to the side of the serving plate, floating in a sea of delicious meaty, fatty juices.
 
   
There are many period vegetarian recipes, mostly from religious [[fasting]] days, or Eastern cuisine. Most [[feastocrat]]s are understanding about [[dietary requirements]] - just give them plenty of notice to let them adjust the menu. Alternatively some feastocrats will cause vegetables to be separately served, giving their populace a chance to tasge veg feree from dead pig juice.
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There are many [[period]] vegetarian recipes, mostly from [[religion|religious]] [[fasting]] days, or Eastern cuisine. Most [[feastocrat|cook]]s are understanding about varied [[dietary requirements]] - just give them plenty of notice to let them adjust the menu.

Latest revision as of 17:46, 24 August 2008

A vegetarian is someone who does not partake of any animal flesh.

There are many period vegetarian recipes, mostly from religious fasting days, or Eastern cuisine. Most cooks are understanding about varied dietary requirements - just give them plenty of notice to let them adjust the menu.