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When quizzed, meat eaters said their top three 'worries' about dating a veggie were "cooking and planning meals together", eating meat in front of them and planning the Christmas menu without turkey, beef, lamb, chicken or pork on the table.The poll found that 92 per cent of vegetarians would prefer to date a vegetarian, while 90 per cent of meat eaters would prefer to date a meat eater.This means a diet based 100% on plants – and they should be consumed in a form that is as close as possible to how they were grown and harvested.It should include little, if any processed or refined products - for example, no added sugar or oil.

The source added: ‘The show has had to become a lot more PC following the Clarkson row.In this talk, I will outline some of the evidence for this and look at some top athletes who live on a plant based diet.The BBC has denied claims that Top Gear is having major problems under new host Chris Evans.A survey of 10,000 people for Elite Singles found that 65 per cent of Brits would rather 'give up' on their partner than give up eating meat if given a "it's me or the meat" ultimatum.The survey also found that 20 per cent of carnivorous singles said they would "never" date a vegan or vegetarian as it would be "too much hassle".