Kristin keeps a blog, My Fit Decision, where she chronicles her healthy lifestyle, including the his-and-hers meals she creates.
Here's what Kristin told us about how these two lovebirds make it work.
The Couple That Dines Together, Does Fine Together When Kristin and Jake eat together at home, whether at her place or his, they make a point to eat similar dishes, even though hers are meat-free.
On her blog, Kristin details these dinners with "His Plate/Her Plate" posts.
Kristin remembers one night out when she was stuck eating a plate of pickled cabbage for dinner because there weren't many meatless options.Optimize CSS Delivery of the following: HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently Server: nginx Date: Mon, GMT Content-Type: text/html; ch***t=iso-8859-1 Content-Length: 244 Connection: close Location: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: nginx Date: Mon, GMT Content-Type: text/html; ch***t=UTF-8 Content-Length: 9858 Connection: close X-Powered-By: PHP/5.6.35 • Use Show/Hide ESTIMATED data form to hide (Website worth, Daily ads revenue, Daily Visits, Daily Pageviews) • Use Show/Hide WHOIS data form to hide whois data • Use Remove form to remove all data • If you have any problem with REMOVE/HIDE your data just drop an email at support (at) and we will remove/hide your site data manualy.But when it comes to eating habits and relationships, what ends up on the dinner table can be just as important as what goes down in the bedroom.In fact, as we pointed out last week in our story 7 Reasons to Date a Vegetarian, a third of omnivorous singles wouldn't even consider dating a non-meat eater. So, in a world dominated by carnivores, what's a bacon-free bachelor or bachelorette to do?Well, for the 7.3 million vegetarians in the US (according to the ) there are a number of veggie-only dating sites.