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Are there any vegetarian astronauts?

Following this question and other food-related questions, including on Quora, I failed to see mention of a meal without meat or fish. I suppose: It is technically possible to have healthy vegetarian ...
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Cooking in Space

Someone in the Worldbuilding SE asked How to Build a BBQ for the ISS. My first through was: Why not just stick it in a sealed container out in direct sunlight for a bit? It'll get plenty cooked ...
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Zero gee rice cooker for BFR's trip around the Moon; how would that work?

Because of where I'm currently living, I've gotten used to using a small rice cooker regularly. @Tristan has pointed out that cooking dried rice, or dried beans in boiling water could not be done in ...
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Dried beans, rice and oats, jerky, olive oil, salt, vitamins, electrolytes, water; anything else?

If I don't worry about morale, would daily, average sized meals from the following be sufficient to stay alive for three years in space? I'm assuming only water is recovered from waste. Assume enough ...
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In the near future, will spacecraft be able to carry the means to cook and serve traditional meals?

Just about every time I watch a sci-fi show or movie about space, there always seems to be "regular" food on board. That is, stuff that we on earth (and more specifically Americans) recognize as "home ...