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'''Vegetarians''' will most likely feel very left out at most [[SCA]] [[feast]]s. 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.
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'''Vegetarians''' will most likely feel very left out at most [[SCA]] [[feast]]s. 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 [[meat]]y, fatty juices.
   
 
There are many [[period]] vegetarian recipes, mostly from [[religion|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 taste vegies free from dead [[pig]] juice.
 
There are many [[period]] vegetarian recipes, mostly from [[religion|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 taste vegies free from dead [[pig]] juice.

Revision as of 18:32, 14 February 2006

Vegetarians will most likely feel very left out at most SCA 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 feastocrats 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 taste vegies free from dead pig juice.