(Benson is having lunch with his family at a fast-food restaurant. The news is reporting meat-free nuggets and wings. Benson starts a discussion with his family.)
Benson: Mom, can we try meat-free fast food next time? I’m really curious about its taste.
Mom: Meat-free fast food sounds interesting to me. There’s no harm in trying. But first, we need to know which restaurant offers it.
Dad: Meat-free meals? That sounds weird to me. But I’d like to try it if it’s convenient to buy.
Benson: Let me check where to buy it, and we can all have a taste of it.
meat-free (adj.) 素的
There's a growth in selling meat-free meals in the city.
There's no harm in V-ing / It does no harm to V (phr.) 無害…
There's no harm in trying new dishes. / It does no harm to try new dishes. Just bring them to me.