Pass the tempeh! A vegan Thanksgiving feast is possible—and delicious
Thanksgiving dinner without the delicious, slow-roasted turkey, stuffing and gravy—are you insane?! I have to admit, although I’ve been vegetarian for over three years now, smelling that big bird roasting in my mom’s oven for Thanksgiving dinner still makes my mouth water. And I’ve tried the Tofurkey version, which is underwhelming to say the least.
My question is, why try to fake the traditional turkey funk when there are other delicious options available?
If you’re a carnivore entertaining vegetarians or vegans for Thanksgiving this year, or you’re living meat-free like me, you can still have some of the traditional flavours in your dinner, without feeling like you’re missing something.
Try this vegan Thanksgiving menu courtesy of Bridget Burns, gifted vegan cook and my partner at our Vancouver vegan lifestyle website, The Vegan Project.
Vegan Thanksgiving menu
Adopt a turkey from Farm Sanctuary
If you’re still missing turkey this Thanksgiving, why not try adopting or sponsoring one from Farm Sanctuary?
Since 1986, they’ve rescued more than 1,000 turkeys and given them loving homes. To start a new Thanksgiving tradition, check out Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt-A-Turkey Project.