I keep going back and forth on this: We are having a Jewish wedding in an area in Europe where not a lot of Jewish people live, so options are limited... we love our venue and the caterer but kosher is not an option. If we were getting married here in the US we probably would have chosen a kosher caterer. We are now thinking of just not serving meat at our wedding and only having vegetarian and fish options (thats my regular rule i.e. kosher at home and vegetarian / fish outside if kosher not available, so I feel like it makes sense to do what we ourselves normally do?) Or should we serve everything and let people have meat if they want it? (Its a sit-down dinner). In other words would it constitute "insufficient hosting" if we were to not offer meat?
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