Vegetarian on the Nutrition page
I have to say I'm a bit disappointed that in the questionnaire I said I am vegetarian and on my menu for the week it is insisting I eat either steak or chicken for dinner. That is obviously not going to happen. I wish they had planned ahead to remove any meals including meat from a vegetarian's planned recipes. I've run into this problem on almost every dieting site that looks worth my while. Guess I won't be continuing my membership after the free trial. Shame, because I was pretty excited about this.PinCurlGirl5 by:
I have the same hang up, although it looks like they've gotten rid of the steak and chicken meals for vegetarians, it is still suggesting I eat turkey. Oh well, at least it isn't every meal, and I can easily substitute it with something else high in protein.
I can't speak with any authority on this matter, but I'd be willing to bet that that is a feature the dev team is working on implementing (otherwise, they wouldn't have had that question in the questionaire).
So this post was written over 2 years ago, however I am a vegetarian / pescetarian and it didn't even give me the option to say that I am. And therefore all the meal suggestions include meat. This is a bit annoying especially because I can't just replace the meat with meat substitute since we are not supposed to eat soy. And all the non-vegetarians posting that one article that is written by daily burn don't help. I can't replace the beef in a taco with nuts! Not every recipe can just simply be substituted with ingredients from that article! We need some good vegetarian recipes on here and we need the option to choose to have our meal plan to be vegetarian! I guess if that doesn't change I might have to quit after my trial membership!
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