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Reality Show Seeking Vegans With Meat Loving In-Laws

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Every vegan/vegetarian knows that a family dinner table mixed with plant eaters and animal eaters can offer up a plate full of drama. Well, a new reality tv show wants to channel that familial frustration and turn it into entertainment. The only criteria? You must be a vegan with meat loving in-laws who drive you insane.

Super Vegan quotes the new show as saying:

“We are looking for dynamic, animated and outgoing couples who want to strengthen their relationship with their in-laws and learn about each other’s quirks and differences.”

So, if your spouse’s family routinely invites you to their annual pig roast or foie gras party, or perhaps they make fun of your tofurky while they chow down on half a pig, you might be the perfect person to contact the show. (It doesn’t hurt that it pays $7,000 either.) To find out more, click here.

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