I have been a vegetarian now for nearly two years for belief reasons, i don't eat animals or parts thereof, if you have to kill it i don't want to know. I have such trouble getting fed by the system, surely i cannot be the only one in the TA who is a veggie, when i did my CMT 2 course at Towthorpe last year, the food was a nightmare, there is only ever ONE vegetarian choice on offer, for the two week period, that choice was repeated several times over for the evening meal, for breakfast i am expected only to eat eggs, beans & Fried bread! On one occasion i got NO lunch as they sent fish as the veggie choice, a pescatarian eats fish a vegetarian doesn't. Then in the evening all there was were spring rolls yet again, i had such low blood sugar that i had a go at the chef and his Kitchen porter started on that we were a minority blah blah blah, the chef soon sent him out to the kitchen before he said something too stupid! Haven't the Army heard of NON Meat Sausages or Bacon, it is available and easy to cook. Has anyone else had the same experience and can anyone tell me why getting a vegetairan meal is such a drama, afterall Omnivores can eat a veggie meal, but a veggie cannot eat an omnivore meal, so why is there only one Veggie choice? Which realistically is NO choice at all!!! In my mind this is bordering on discrimination as i am made to feel like i am being awkward, i have been in 15 years now so i know the system just a wee bit and dont let them get too me, but if i was a recruit, i would not stay around for long. The field rations are actually quite nice and some mates who were chort of a meal did not comlain about the quality of a veggie meal, in fact they said they were better than the meat choices, so if we can get it right in a rat pack, why cant we with fresh rations.