For vegetarians, finding a place where they can actually eat something can be hard enough as it is — let alone finding a date with similar dietary needs. But it doesn’t have to be!
With their targeted user bases and search filtering options, our 10 Best Vegetarian Dating Sites will help you meet millions of vegetarian and vegan singles.
Bragging Rights: Largest user base of vegetarian singles
With more than 13.5 million people visiting the site every month and over 1.7 million paying members, Match.com has more singles than any other dating site out there — including vegetarian and vegan singles. Finding that special someone is all about the numbers, and Match definitely has the numbers on its side. Match also allows you to be as specific as you want about your preferences when browsing profiles and filling out your profile.
Monthly Users: 13.5 million
|Gender Ratio||M: 49% | F: 51%*|
Bragging Rights: make every day earth day
Green Singles is a go-to dating site for vegetarians as well as environmentally and spiritually conscious daters in general. The site says, “Our members are interested in creating deep, conscious, evolved partnerships, spiritual connections, and friendships,” and it’ll help you find that for free. You don’t have to pay anything to create a profile, take the personality matching questionnaire, receive and respond to messages, show interest, or send virtual hellos.
Bragging Rights: for those interested in a compassionate lifestyle
From Open Heart Dating comes Veggie Date, which is designed for veggie lovers interested in finding other veggie lovers. Members share lifestyle tips, dating advice and ideas for romance in a friendly environment. Browse their testimonials to meet couples who have successfully found one another through the site and search the database for your ideal cooking partner.
Social Clout: 7,010+ likes
Veg Speed Dating
Bragging Rights: connecting vegans and vegetarians
Veg Speed Date is a lively and funny site that combines the perils of dating with the lifestyle of healthy eating. Content like “I Love You But You Eat Meat” and “Where are the Single Veg Men Hiding?” find a humorous take on love and diet. Event planning for meeting up with romantic prospects is a key theme, with ideas for keeping the dating atmosphere light and breezy.
Social Clout: 1,275+ followers, 1,200+ likes
My Vegetarian Dating
Bragging Rights: take a healthy bite out of love
Knowing matters of the heart and stomach are often closely aligned, My Vegetarian Dating aims to consolidate the approach. From newcomers to strict vegans, the content offers clear ideas and tips for finding a healthy-heart life partner. Posts like “Vegan Dating: Is it for Me?” and “3 Tips for Bringing the Spark of Attraction Back” blend the two appetites smoothly.
Social Clout: 42+ likes
Single Vegetarians Blog
Bragging Rights: useful tips for the lovesick and health-conscious
With posts like “Veggie On a Budget” and “The Faces Making Vegan Cool,” the Single Vegetarians Blog strives at original content for a specific readership. Caitlin brings a friendly and helpful attitude toward the topic, finding great new resources like recipes, dating ideas and how to integrate options for non-vegetarian family members at the holidays.
Bragging Rights: connecting lovers through a healthier lifestyle
Shaadi is a wildly popular blog that started in the’ 90s with a bend toward Indian culture, since branching out to provide readers the latest in lifestyle content and dating advice. Much is drawn from personal experience, written in a thoughtful and frank tone and unafraid to mix things up. From first date cooking to matrimonial appetizers, it’s a smorgasbord.
Social Clout: 37,039+ followers, 1,422,903 likes
Vegetarian Dating Service
Bragging Rights: a strict diet requires a strong love
If vegetarians and vegans are going to dedicate themselves to something worked so hard for, wouldn’t it be nice to build a romantic relationship with someone who understands it? That’s the thinking behind Vegetarian Dating Service, where everyone from semi-veggies to full-on militants can find a kindred spirit amidst the heart-healthy recipes.
Bragging Rights: the site where vegetarians connect
Winner of VegNews Magazine’s award for the “Top Site to Find a Veggie Mate,” Veggie Connection connects users worldwide with like-minded prospects for something deeper. The site comes from Ken, a founding co-member of Earthsave who hasn’t eaten meat for a quarter of a century. He admits he wanted a place for true food lovers to meet, make friends and fall in love.
Bragging Rights: vegetarian dating, social media and personals
Vegetarian Passions is aimed at making actual connections, with a tested platform that successfully links users through lifestyle, dieting and even levels of militancy. Much of the content comes from actual members, with a lively and mature look at love and life on a healthy footing. Bonus: Check out the Vegetarians Passions Lab for recipes, photos and videos.
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