Situation: The community offers you their traditional feast foods of mashed root vegetables, reef fish and barbequed pork. Being a not particularly well-off community, meat in general is considered a delicacy and is usually reserved for honoured guests and special occasions.
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What do you do?
Eat everything, meat and all. It's important to be respectful.
Eat just the vegetables. The not-insignificant risk of food poisoning has potentially severe consequences for pregnancy.
Refuse meat on religious grounds, which is a more face-saving excuse (for everyone) than mere dietary preference.
Eat only pre-packaged food you brought from home. Best not to take any risks.
Something else, which I will tell you in the comments.
So here's my normal (i.e. not pregnant) response to this situation: I'll eat it all, including the meat. People have made the effort to prepare food, often expensive food, for me; I want to show my gratitude for their hospitality; ergo, I will eat what they provide.
However, in my current situation I would also like to avoid the experience of a food-poisoning-related miscarriage while five hours away (by boat) from the nearest medical facilities. While being vegetarian hasn't prevented me from a few cases of food poisoning in the past, I feel like the risks of food-borne illnesses from vegetables are lower than for meat (especially fish).