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Saturday, March 5, 2011

What To Do If A Vegetarian Comes To Dine

By Owen Jones

If you are giving a dinner party soon are you worried about cooking for a vegetarian that you know is coming? Of have you been reluctant to invite a friend or colleague to dinner because you do not know how to go about catering for them? This piece is about how to cook for a vegetarian visiting you.

The first thing to do is to find out what type of vegetarian your friend is because there are a number of kinds. A strict vegan is a vegetarian that will not eat any animal produce whatsoever, not even honey. Some will not even eat yeast, however there are others less austere who will eat fish, dairy products or eggs.

So, hope that they are not stringent vegan, because it will make your task much easier.

There are several questions you can ask to find out what the dinner guest will eat. You ought to get this stage sorted out long before the day comes to cook your meal as you might have to get in some specialities.

Enquire whether they will eat any sort of meat or fish at all. Numerous vegetarians will eat dairy products and eggs; a couple less will eat fish and a very small number will eat chicken and turkey. If there is something they will eat, you could either prepare that for everybody or only for your guest.

Enquire whether they object to eating with utensils and cutlery or from crockery that has ever been in contact with meat. Some do, most do not. Their reasons for not wanting to mix the two may be medical rather than philosophical, so it is worth finding out.

Ask how stringent they are about eating things that include milk and eggs, because as I am sure you are already know, cake and most sweets contain milk, cream or / and eggs. This is not a problem, you can serve fruit of some kind instead, but again, it is worth knowing in case you have put your heart and soul into your piece de resistance just to find that they will not eat it.

It is also a useful idea to find out whether your guest will eat yeast or honey as this naturally has an effect on bread and some cakes, sweets and puddings as well. A superb alternative to yeast bread is Irish soda bread.

If you can not find sufficient common ground, you could request them to bring their own food or even to come around early and help you cook a vegetarian course that everyone can taste. Lots of vegetarians will happily bring something with them or join in the cooking in order to share their taste for vegetarian food with their fellow diners.

One last thing, is that some vegetarians do not take salt or have special sauces in bottles that they like. Enquire whether this is expected to be a difficulty, and whether they want to bring any specialties along with them.

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