Which StackExchange sites are most closely related to Vegetarianism.SE? This should be a handy list for a few different scenarios.

  • We might want to mention them on the on-topic page in our help center.
  • Likely targets for migrations that aren't quite on-topic.
  • Places we might want to place community ads.

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Seasoned Advice (Cooking.SE)

This site is for professional and amateur cooks and chefs, and anyone else who works in the kitchen or is interested in preparing and serving delicious meals.

Sustainable Living (Sustainability.SE)

Sustainable Living Stack Exchange is for folks dedicated to a lifestyle that can be maintained indefinitely without depleting available resources.

Physical Fitness (Fitness.SE)

Physical Fitness Stack Exchange is for fitness professionals, athletes, trainers and enthusiasts.

Gardening & Landscape (Gardening.SE)

This site is for professional and amateur gardeners and landscapers to ask questions about the care and maintenance of gardens and landscapes.

Pets (Pets.SE)

At a high level, this site is about pets and by that we mean an animal companion that is cared for in a domestic setting and not livestock, wildlife, and pests in and around your home.

Medical Sciences (MedicalSciences.SE)

If your question is about...

  • clinical guidelines
  • disease prevention and management
  • human physiology and pathophysiology
  • pharmacology
  • diagnostic and prognostic methods
  • public health
  • medical research ... then this is the right place to ask.

Interpersonal Skills (Beta)

looking to improve their interpersonal communication skills

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    Everyone - feel free to edit this. (It's community wiki, not that it matters on Meta.)
    – Nic
    May 17, 2018 at 23:04
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    "It's community wiki, not that it matters on Meta." - That does still matter, actually, because "suggested edits" aren't possible on Meta otherwise; only those with full editing privileges can edit others' posts on Meta.
    – V2Blast
    Aug 3, 2021 at 18:33
  • @V2Blast Thanks! I didn't know that.
    – Nic
    Aug 3, 2021 at 18:57

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