Fish and Chips, Blood Sausages, and Shepard’s Pie – The Cuisine of the United Kingdom

Though British food has not always been held in the highest esteem, I have not found this reputation to bear much truth.¬†As a vegetarian, I have found it relatively easy to eat in¬†restaurants and at the Oxford dining hall and shop at grocery stores. In 2012, two percent of Britons were vegetarian and less than one percent was vegan (which are slighter lower than the percentages of non-meat-eaters in the United States). Every morning, the dining hall of St. Catherine’s …