Last month I had a great meal with friends at MK restaurant in Chicago. Usually, when I'm dining with compadres we'll just order a bunch of stuff and pass it all around. This time, however, I was breaking bread with a vegan and a vegetarian. Understandably, they would not select many of the things I choose to eat. On more than a few occasions I've seen diners in this situation get annoyed. Surprisingly, or maybe not, it's the meat-eaters who are most critical of their companions' dining ...

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