With the use of modern technology, people can date via telephone or computer or meet in person.
Or, like this serial dater on a budget from Toronto, it’s for women (or men) intentionally “food hooking.” What are food hookers? Good for: Vegans, lacto vegetarians, ovo vegetarians, pescatarians, semi-vegetarians, etc.
You know, those people looking to never pay for a dinner out again while “fulfilling [their] restaurant hit list.” Sign up online here. Friendster and Olive Grindr, this anonymous social-networking app doesn’t mess around—it uses the help of i Phone location services to enforce a strict Applebee’s customers-only policy. What’s the deal: This dating site connects veg-heads with one another for a lifetime of quinoa salads and yoga. Good for: The “dairy-free & dynamic” or “celiac & sexy” What’s the deal: Singles With Food Allergies is meant to appeal to the older crowd, presumably, seeing as the website says it’s for “divorced, never-married or widowed individuals whose lives are all affected by food allergies.” Sign up online here.
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Good for: Those with celiac disease, or those who have committed to the #glutenfree lifestyle What’s the deal: Gluten Free promises an online space where you can meet someone with similar dietary restrictions and “never have to feel alone, awkward, or a burden because you are gluten-free.” We can’t help but wonder if there’s an algorithm that separates those with celiac disease from the Good for: Breaking the ice between somewhat awkward food-obsessives What’s the deal: Same Plate is, more or less, your typical dating site, except that it’s aimed at foodies looking to talk grub and maybe even “share a meal, no big deal! Good for: Craft-beer obsessives What’s the deal: This app aims to link up like-minded beer nerds looking to get lost in each other’s eyes (and Untappd check-ins), be it in their hometown or a sudsy vacation destination. Good for: Singles looking for a “hot” date to “spice” up their love life What’s the deal: A social-networking site specifically for hot sauce and chili pepper fans.