(I can't seem to figure out a way to remove the extra bullet point in the unordered list, even with the "Remove Formatting" tool. Also, apologies for misspelling "seen" in the poll -- I don't see a way to edit the poll.) As a vegetarian, I've ordered the regular Vegetarian-Lacto meal, the Asian Vegetarian meal, and the Hindu vegetarian meal on a regular basis in domestic F. The quality is not always superb, but it's relatively reasonable. Last week, I experienced a "Hindu vegetarian" meal that is genuinely not vegetarian unless they have perfected "fake meat" at United. The "snack" came with rice, yellow lentils, chickpeas, pieces of roti, and a brown sauce enveloping something that texturally and visually seems like meat. I even picked up a piece and chomped on it to make sure. Surprised by this development, I asked the FA whether this was indeed the special meal, and she confirmed. I thought maybe I had it wrong all along, and the Hindu meal isn't supposed to be vegetarian (a long shot for sure, but you never know). When I gained internet access, I looked up the UA special meals here: http://www.united.com/page/middlepage/0,6998,1062,00.html Indeed, the Hindu meal is described as being devoid of meat: I sent a polite but firm email to 1kvoice inquiring about this matter. The response was more curt than usual, and notably didn't include any sort of compensation or sincere apologies: So, have you ordered the Hindu meal before and received meat? Is this a matter of the website being out of date? Although I don't ever feel entitled to compensation from UA, does this seem like it would fall under that category of inconveniences?