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Eric and Chantal Kerr sit with their son Tyson at the table in their Grand Forks home. Chantal is a vegetarian and Eric is a traditional meat-eater, their son, Tyson, follows a vegetarian and dairy free diet. Dorothy Edwards / Grand Forks Herald

Vegetarian diet poses challenges for family, yields benefits

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For a recent reunion of her husband's family, Chantal Kerr brought sloppy joes made without an ounce of ground beef to the potluck dinner. She's a devout vegetarian.


Her in-laws are not.

The meat-lovers at the gathering had no idea they were enjoying a meat substitute made of soy, she said. "No one knew. They ate it and said it was delicious. That was my victory."

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