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Plant-Based Turkey Alternatives!

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The Weird, Terrible World of Vegan Turkey Alternatives

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Trying TOP VEGAN TURKEYS Store Bought VS Homemade

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Turning a cabbage into a ‘TURKEY’??? | Thanksgiving Main (Vegan)

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8 Vegan Turkey Alternatives

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Plant-Based Turkey Alternatives!

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Best Vegan Turkey | How to make a Vegetarian Thanksgiving | Vegan Thanksgiving Turkey

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The Weird, Terrible World of Vegan Turkey Alternatives

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We Tried 5 Vegan TurkeysAre They Worth It? (Taste Test)

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Trying TOP VEGAN TURKEYS Store Bought VS Homemade

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5 Plant-Based Turkey Alternatives to Try This Thanksgiving. STUFFED MUSHROOMS. Like peppers, mushrooms are a great vegetable to fill with delicious ingredients and they’re rich in vitamins B and D. They WINTER SQUASH. LENTIL MEATLOAF.

GRAIN SALAD. VEGETARIAN STUFFING WRAPS. A meat-free Thanksgiving: 7 plant-based turkey alternatives, ranked 1. Trader Joe’s Breaded Turkey-less Stuffed Roast with Gravy.

Trader Joe’s breaded Turkey-less Stuffed Roast with Gravy. 2. Field Roast Hazelnut Cranberry Roast. Field Roast vegetarian Hazelnut Cranberry celebration roast.

The Best Meatless Turkey Alternatives for Thanksgiving these plant-based meat alternatives will have everyone asking for seconds. 15 Vegan Pasta Sides to Try This Thanksgiving!Not every fabulous Thanksgiving dinner needs a turkey at the table, and you can still have a perfect evening without one. Whether you’re a vegetarian, you’re trying to save money, or you just aren’t a fan of the bird, here are five alternatives to cooking turkey this Thanksgiving.

Vegetarians & Vegans Share The Best Turkey Alternatives To Try This Thanksgiving Field Roast Celebration Roast. Are you a vegan or vegetarian? Why do you like this turkey alternative? The texture Quorn Meatless Roast.

Are you a vegan or vegetarian? Why do you like this turkey. Thanksgiving is about good food, good people, and gratitude.

While turkey has become a traditional part of the holiday, it doesn’t have to be; there are plenty of alternatives to add to your feast. From rosemary citrus glazed ham to vegan mushroom gravy pie, these alternatives to turkey for Thanksgiving will leave your guests pleasantly. Butter may contain several nutrients not found in many other foods.. For example, butter from grass-fed cows may provide some vitamin K2, which has been associated with improved bone health (3, 4).In fact, butter from grass-fed cows appears to be a better source of many nutrients than butter from cows fed grains. A Thanksgiving turkey isn’t everyone’s game.

This year, it might be nice to let another meat like beef, lamb or pork shine instead. These carnivorous entrees look just as momentous as an imposing roast turkey, but without the “I. The traditional roasted turkey is not the only option on Thanksgiving Day. Vegetarian dishes and ethnic twists on old favorites can be cheap, memorable, and gobble-worthy.

From Peking duck to pumpkin ravioli and turkey biryani, take a look at these recipes and see where they might fit on your holiday menu. Best Turkey Alternatives Thanksgiving from Non Turkey Options for Holidays.Source Image: www.dartagnan.com.Visit this site for details: www.dartagnan.com Maintain it timeless with our unequalled conventional Thanksgiving dinner or start a brand-new tradition with one of our fresh Thanksgiving dinner recipes, such as walnut turkey breast or onion gravy.

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As a result, many organic turkey producers continue to use the commercial strains of turkeys.

“Nutrition and Feeding of Organic Poultry, 2nd Edition” by Robert Blair
from Nutrition and Feeding of Organic Poultry, 2nd Edition
by Robert Blair
CABI, 2018

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: If you have time and can plan ahead, we recommend brining the turkey, as this further enhances the flavor and texture (Click here for instructions on brining).

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
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Turkey is traditional at Thanksgiving, but Paleo Dieters should keep it in mind all year round.

“The Paleo Diet Cookbook: More Than 150 Recipes for Paleo Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, Snacks, and Beverages” by Nell Stephenson, Loren Cordain
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Add turkey (brine should cover bird).

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
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Season the turkey with salt and pepper and then spread the mixture across the entire surface of the opened turkey breast, except for 2 inches from the edge of one of the short sides.

“Delicious Under Pressure” by Meredith Laurence, Jessica Walker
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by Meredith Laurence, Jessica Walker
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Sprinkle salt and pepper on outside of turkey.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
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by Susan Westmoreland
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Turkey raising might be right for you if you have plenty of land, are willing to do without chickens, and have an entrepreneurial bent.

“Backyard Homesteading: A Back-to-Basics Guide to Self-Sufficiency” by David Toht
from Backyard Homesteading: A Back-to-Basics Guide to Self-Sufficiency
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Defrost turkey day before cooking, remove giblets and boil in water with onion, celery leaves and ribs, and garlic until tender.

“Pirate's Pantry: Treasured Recipes of Southwest Louisiana” by Junior League of Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Following the prescriptions of promoters like Sarah Josepha Hale and good marketing by turkey growers, turkey assumed its preeminent place in the Thanksgiving feast.

“Red, White, and Blue Letter Days: An American Calendar” by Matthew Dennis
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by Matthew Dennis
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Add turkey and, if needed, additional water to cover.

“The All New Ultimate Southern Living Cookbook: Over 1,250 Of Our Best Recipes” by The Editors of Southern Living
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  • You should try “Quorn” products. They make a loaf that is like a turkey loaf and have great naked cutlets that are just like a chicken breast. I love them.

  • Never did care much for turkey, tbh. What I do for vegetarian/vegan Thanksgiving is stuff & roast a pumpkin. It makes a beautiful presentation, works for the ‘carving ritual’, tastes good-and can hold a whole lot of that yummy, yummy stuffing! ��

  • You should try “Quorn” products. They make a loaf that is like a turkey loaf and have great naked cutlets that are just like a chicken breast. I love them.

  • apropos of nothing, your hair texture is awesome, let it fly! also, love the vids, longtime, plant-based subscriber here:) happy thanksgiving!

  • I really like the Gardein with the gravy. I would love it if you would try to replicate the gravy the flavor is incredible. I have tried to make a gravy that tastes that good and haven’t come close.

  • Imo, the best vegan turkey substitute is a pumpkin.
    Think about it. It’s large, it’s shapely, it’s colorful, it’s rustic, it’s stuffable, and when you see a good one, your eyes light up. If a turkey was a vegetable, it’d be a pumpkin.

  • I had the tofurkey one and I think maybe you overcooked it. It was a little tricky to cut but not really. Had a nice tender texture rather than crisp

  • I REALLY WISH you’d COME TO MY TOWN and do a collaboration brunch or dinner or even a teaching class at either “The Modern tearoom” or The SDA Church in the same area? You’re really that guy! It would be so cool to learn a few vegan meats with you! My mom is one of the unrecognized pioneers that Gave away a lot of gluten meat secrets and no one really knows she can get down making gluten!❤️������ So she’s going to give me her secrets tomorrow nd I wish she had you showing her some new stuff, ���� oh THATS RIGHT WEVE GOT, YOU the VEGAN king on YouTube ������������ ������

  • I’m not vegan, but there’s a load of stuffing recipes online and in most of them you can just substitute a vegan fat or stock. The recipe I use is a sour cherry and nut stuffing and the only non vegan thing is the stock, which is vegetarian anyway. Ironically the chicken stock that tastes most like actual chicken and not chemicals is Massels Chicken Style Vegetarian stock ��‍♀️

  • Made a sage oil with canola oil, sage, and soy sauce and surrounded the tofurkey with roasted carrots, potatoes, mushrooms, and sauteed onions. covered tofurky and vegetables in sage oil and roasted for about 2 hours. super tender and easy to cut, delicious. tofurky does get super rubbery without basting it but roasted vegetables are the best.:) my mom makes this every year.

  • You have such a great way of making vegan cooking fun. You should think about having a meetup/competition in Orlando, where everyone can make a vegan dish centered on different categories.

  • I’m just glad that in the UK we have the Tofurky roast, that was not on the menu five years back. The Gardein one looks fab! Hoping we see that in the next five years! Happy with Tofurky though, tbh:D

  • 100% agree. We’ve been using the mini Gardein ones for a few years now. We do a small Thanksgiving, so the small ones are better. Also, it didn’t look like the inside of the cauliflower or cabbage had much of the flavor…

  • I’m so glad you’ve found vegan food as a creative outlet. There’s so much undiscovered magic out there. I hated cooking before I went vegan but in changing my lifestyle and still wanting to enjoy the same foods pre vegan, I learned to love it and found it so fun discovering new ingredients, introducing my palate to new cuisines and just truly having fun in the kitchen rather than viewing cooking as a chore. Plants are just so versatile! Just discovered your channel and totally binging your plant based content.

  • if only these brands directed this energy to vegan mac and cheese instead �� i cant find a good one at the store and the ingredients for homemade vegan mac can be so expensive

  • We survived a family gathering today where everyone ate the most vile stuff on the planet: KFC. We brought corn chowder and vegan cookies.

  • Please forgive me for being totally OT, but could your magical self possibly conjure a vegan cotija cheese? It likely starts with nuts (cashews?) and nooch, but how to get that tang? It’s the main reason I am only 99% vegan. TY for your awesomeness ��

  • I am not a vegan but that cauliflower cabbage recipe is delicious! I love all food, sustainable, ethically farmed/ raised organic whatever that aforementioned cabbage recipe is a side dish, If I had a vegan friend for dinner that would be a side for them, one of a trilogy I cook for who ever is at my table and take into account their beliefs and or dietary restriction. I can’t have nut’s, anaphylactic My face swells and I could die Making cashew cream is hard recipe to crack when you can’t eat them!

  • You crack me up! “There’s gotta be more to this. THERE’S NOT. It’s just cabbage!”:-) Might be good but isn’t really a plate anchor, is it?

  • I STILL don’t understand the premises of having meat substitute if you want to be a vegan????? When I go for it I just want to eat fruit salad and lettuce salad everyday. This is weird.

  • I think the cauliflower and the cabbage might come out better if you marinate it for a few hours to 24 hours… maybe to get a different texture and more depth of flavor. Definitely going to try it sometime.

  • Always funny seeing vegans try to imitate meat based products. This just means you still think about real meat, and you’ll one day”if not already” cheat by getting the real thing when no one is looking.

    How long can you last with the fakes full of weird ingredients until you crack and get yourself a real fatty juicy steak or cut of bacon?

    Nobody should consume or use any imitations of anything unless they still desire the original.

  • A turkey is an animal, there are no “vegan” turkeys. Do you not see the stupidity in your videos. Cauliflower is cauliflower, Tofurkey is Tofu not turkey.

  • i just realized the inside of cantaloupe seed its a bit meaty maybe try with other squash seeds and eventually bread a squash fruit that is more seed then flesh and use that as a texture substitute

  • The tofurky one is actually not too bad when it’s cooked in a slow cooker! it’s what i usually do on thanksgiving because my family uses the oven for the turkey and some other dishes. It helps with the texture a lot. ��

  • I made the cauliflower last year and it’s really good with gravy. It was more like a nice side dish. We had vegan lentil meatloaf for the main dish

  • I feel like this video fell short. Now if you were making Myoko’s turkey (with skin) and comparing that would be a realistic taste test. Cabbage and cauliflower will never replace a turkey or a turkey mock meat. Ever.

  • Glad for your success with the channel, but I kinda miss when you used to cover all types of food, not just the vegetarian alternatives.

  • I don’t know why people are obsessed with something that reminds them of a dead bird. Screw that I’m making falafel with some cool sauces and lentil stuffed acorn squash as the main course. It tastes seasonal and looks decent on a table.

  • I’m not vegetarian and I have made a whole-roasted cauliflower. I really enjoyed it and it was well received by the other people I made it for, including a vegan and vegetarian. I made the recipe from My New Roots called ‘Whole-Roasted Cauliflower with Skhug’. I think the key is to make sauces to go with it, like this recipe does, along with toppings such as pomegranate arils and pine nuts. I think it’s fantastic as a centrepiece of a meal, as long as you make a protein side dish to go along with it. But a whole roasted cabbage and beet? Nah, can’t get behind that.

  • Would love to see your take on the currently popular on fb ‘The best vegan roast seitan no-turkey turkey (or chicken!)’ by Malin Engström
    Recipe link is https://seitankitchen.com/2019/11/24/seitan-turkey/ but it looks like she is updating this a little and hasn’t yet published the updated recipe.
    FB group is The Seitan Appreciation Society

  • I’ve only tried the Field Roast Celebration one and Tofurky and I enjoyed both. I think the Tofurky was pretty salty but with the gravy it was nice. The Field Roast one is really good although I got one without the gravy so I need to try that! I think next year I’m gonna try the Gardein one, I’ve heard so many great things in addition to this video

  • Iove the en cruite when I want a sweet one, very thanksgiving flavored for me but I’ve had all but the trader Joe’s one and love all that I’ve tried!

  • I cook the TOFURKY IN WATER WITH SOME OIL. IT MAKES IT SOOOOO MUCH MORE MOIST. ALSO SERVE IT WITH REALLY FLAVOURSOME HOME MADE STUFFING AND HOME MADE GRAVY.

  • i had a different experience with field roast. the gravy was so thick so i had to add more water. but the turkey was so dry and i didnt like it at all

  • I usually just buy the one without the gravy packet and make my own mushroom gravy, which is super easy and fast to make. Just make it while the Tofurky is in the oven. I also, generally just put it in a big Roaster Pan, chop up some carrots, onions and potatoes, dump them in all around the Tofurky, then put about two cups of vegetable broth in the pan also. Then half way through cooking, flip the Tofurky and rotate the veggies. One meal in one big pan.

  • I think the things I like the best about vegan Thanksgiving, no messy leftovers to have to deal with, no days of defrosting, and no meat hangovers or coma, if you will, that make everyone find a place in the house to go horizontal and nap. That would always ruin the rest of the day for me. All for a reasonable, guilt free price and no one stinking up the bathroom. lol I know…TMI.

  • I have been vegan about 45 years and have tried all of these. My sentimental favorite will always be tofurkey. I also like the two field roast loafs. The one with puff pastry is good when very warm. The one without is good no matter if right out of the oven or fridge. The Gardein and TJ are not my thing. I also make my own gravy.

    Thank you for taste testing. Just a friendly suggestion maybe a little less chatting. Some is okay. You both seem like very good people and make a cute couple.

  • This year I ordered the stuffed turkey-free roast from Herbivorous Butcher and thought the stuffing was great but the “turkey” was too rubbery in texture and we didn’t like it.

  • I REALLY WISH you’d COME TO MY TOWN and do a collaboration brunch or dinner or even a teaching class at either “The Modern tearoom” or The SDA Church in the same area? You’re really that guy! It would be so cool to learn a few vegan meats with you! My mom is one of the unrecognized pioneers that Gave away a lot of gluten meat secrets and no one really knows she can get down making gluten!❤️������ So she’s going to give me her secrets tomorrow nd I wish she had you showing her some new stuff, ���� oh THATS RIGHT WEVE GOT, YOU the VEGAN king on YouTube ������������ ������

  • I’ve had the tofurkey one! LOVED It But By Far My Favorite Roast You Can Buy It Year Round Is The Quron Roast!!! BY FAR MY FAVORITE. ITS soo Good. You Can Get Them At Freddys (Kroger). But It Does Not Come With Gravy & Its Delicious With a Gravy

  • Why would you go vegan and then want to eat fake meat like what is the point of that. If you want “familiar flavors” then why are you even vegan.

  • I served the Gardein Roast and the Field Roast with the Cranberry Dressing yesterday for Thanksgiving dinner. The Gardein was the best it was enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans, as well. the gravy that goes with it is also really good! I highly recommend that one!

  • Glad for your success with the channel, but I kinda miss when you used to cover all types of food, not just the vegetarian alternatives.

  • You guys didn’t make the gravy right at all like literally at all. You realize the mushroom gravy from field roast is just regular mushroom gravy right??

  • I love the raw nut and veggie paste turkey! Not because it sounds appetizing, but because it looked like an actual turkey. I like fake meat to look like what it’s supposed to be. Does anyone know of a decent turkey shaped mold? One year I found a really expensive antique metal one and a cheap plastic mold in the shape of a small chicken. Because of budget I decided chicken was close enough. I squished a tofu/seitan hybrid into it to shape it before I cooked it. It was interesting… ��

  • I got my roast from veggie Grill and they said it Cooks best when you put it in freezer first. Now I’m tripping if I need to thaw it or put it right in oven. ��

  • They look like loaves of bread stuffed with something. Why, if you are vegan, are you trying to replicate meat? Maybe not you personally, but the processors. And that brings me to the point. They are processed and highly refined products. Sorry. If You want meat, eat it. People who eat this crap really don’t have any fundamental philosophy of vegetarianism.

  • I usually get the field celebration roast for thanksgiving but now I’m going to try to gardein for this thanksgiving �� thank you guys!

  • Stuffing the cabbage seems like the obvious way to fix the plainness of the cabbage and the lack of flavor on the inside of the cabbage. And if you include vegan sausage like something soy based in the stuffing, you’ve got your protein. It seems so obvious to me…

  • Hey guys. I recently started a vegan channel of my own called AllThingsPlantBased. I’d really appreciate if anyone who sees this goes and checks it out

  • I always see your videos in my suggestion, but I never click on them because they have such negative titles. But I decided to watch one and see how it went. I just don’t understand why you have to be so negative. It’s such a wonderful feeling to be uplifting, I imagine putting out negative content consistently would leave someone so hollow inside

  • Great video! I’ve never tried any roasts. I’m going to get the tofurkey and gardein. Big thanks for the review. I’ve noticed in other products that traders usually isn’t very good.

  • Hi you are so cute and I would have liked to have watched all the tests but the music is so bad and unnecessary. No music necessary.

  • Tofurky is supposed to get basted like the instructions included on the box. Most people dont bother doing so and end up not liking it. Or you can make your own marinate.

  • I made several times the Traders Joe’s one and it was delicious. It did not have enough vegan gravy, so make extra. The texture was like real turkey meat, so fool your friends, but longterm vegans may get weirded out It must be hot. Go by directions and eat warm for sure, cold not so good.
    These are great, if you can’t cook and have no time, if you invite meat-eaters, get two or three options for them, do make extra gravies and you will have an amazing vegan Thanksgiving.

  • I bought a tofurkey last year I believe and it was not edible and embarrassing. Hoping to get some direction to go this year.. The stuffing was good but the outside yuck. I do not recommend the tofurkey unless they’ve changed the recipe.

  • I have a yummy and super easy quinoa stuffing recipe that I sorta invented by accident. Just cook quinoa as you normally would do, except use veggie broth instead of plain water. When cooked remove from heat and stir in some seasoned breadcrumbs to a desired consistency. Add any other optional seasonings. Let it firm up a few minutes. That’s it. It is so easy I make this year round as a regular side dish.

  • What’s really great is that my family isn’t vegetarian or vegan but, after years of seeing me eating that way wasn’t a phase, they’ll make sure I have a vegan option. Like, they bought tofurky Italian sausage for their bbq. Since my dad spent the extra $5, he was curious and ending up eating 2 of them. Lol. So, my family has tried some fake meats, which is awesome.

  • Hey thanks! That was fun. This will be my 12th vegan Thanksliving, and I really appreciate the taste test. I live in a rural area, so will drive to a city down the road that has a WF and TJ’s to find some yummy food for the day. From my area’s vegan page, I was leaning towards TJ’s, but I think I might see what WF has to offer. I’ve only made the Tofurky one it the past, so maybe I’ll try something different this year. Hey, it’s all good when no one gets hurt in the making of our food. Cheers!

  • Very grateful you both took the time to offer this comparison for those of us newbie’s. My only comment as far as filming presentation of foods is to not constantly be touching and flipping hair during the presentation. ( I realize we are not eating but, presentation is everything) Thank you!

  • I’ve had a few, and I always go back to Tofurky. I know the comments haven’t been giving them much love, but I have enjoyed everything I’ve bought from them. The holiday ham one is pretty kick ass too. Lots of respect for that company. Being vegan has gotten better and more fun to try things every year. ��

  • Tofurkey doesn’t come with enough gravy, and it doesn’t reheat well. Think it’s dry? Try it reheated. It will absorb your essential body fluids. The stuffing is awesome, though.

    Field roast has a very strong gluten flavor.

    Trader Joe’s is too greasy with its breading, and the gravy is very bland.

    Gardein is perfect. Get Gardein.

    Field road

  • I’ve been cooking the Tofurkey for years. Although I make my own dressing (stuffing) and don’t like their gravy so I’ve finally come up with a solution a couple years back.

    In a pan I make a bed for the roast of chopped potatoes, carrots and onions. Then I mix an onion/mushroom soup powder with veggie broth and cover the vegetables. Once everything is cooked I scoop out their stuffing and mix it with the broth from the bottom of the pan to make a chunky like gravy.

  • I really liked this video bc it was so helpful hearing both of your opinions and how they differed! I think I know which one to get

  • I compared the Tofurky roast and the one by Trader Joe’s. The Tofurkey gravy has a lot less fat according the the nutrition facts.

  • In my country the closest thing I can get to a vegan holiday roast is a chicken nugget without the inside, America deadass has different options

  • The Gentle Chef has an amazing homemade turkey roast in his cookbooks, you should check him/them out and so much better than any of the purchased ones

  • I wouldn’t recommend for Christmas or whatever but roast cauliflower is actually so good! If you marinade it overnight the flavour goes right through.
    Also if you pre-carve your veg it’s not bad at all, then you can make tons of amazing sides to fill up on

  • Even better than this taste test would be to find which makes the best leftovers! For me it was the Gardein, while I liked the Fieldroast en croute best fresh.

  • can you mention in your videos whether or not the products are also gluten free and soy free? otherwise it does me no good to subscribe.

  • Field Roast seems to have gotten rid of their vegan “meatloaf”, which is a shame because it was way better than their celebration roasts.
    I just tried the new Field Roast mini corn dogs today. The sausage is very good, because it’s their excellent frankfurters. However the breading is not a traditional corn dog dip. It tastes just like the crumbly breading on cheap frozen fish sticks, which was a big disappointment.

  • The Tofurkey is the oldest one there, I remember it from 20 years ago, when I first started my plant based journey. I was scared of it at first lol so its funny to see that someone else was scared of it too:) It is a classic tho!! This was fun to watch, you two have a cute chemistry.

  • I know this is way late, but the best way to get a big dinner together is to try out your recipes all year long and see how well they turn out. Then combine the best ones into your menu for the day and you’ll already know how to prepare them and how long they need. Plus, prep as much as you can beforehand.

  • I love Tofurky Deli Slices, have been eating them for decades. Thanksgiving and Xmas, I get together with a small group and we have a vegan meal, including Tofurky Roast!

  • I recommend Avant Garde Vegan’s nut-roast wreath. You can make it the day before and then pop it in the oven for 45 minutes (it’s already cooked but you can brown it in the oven to make it next-level).

  • But clearly vegans are disgusted by anything that even remotely resembles a dead animal or their secretions and are perfectly happy with a whole food plant bla bla bla.. right?

  • I think the veggies in the shape of a turkey is actually a really good idea… if that’s gon be the salad. Like. If you’ve made some really yummy chickpea/bean dish, then some other nice side dishes, I think the veggie turkey is kinda cute:’)

  • I remember going this field trip to a museum with some research mates… A few weeks earlier they asked us our preferences in food for the museum restaurant (the uni would pay for everything) and I said that I didn’t eat meat. While my colleagues were having actual meals, the waiter put in front of me a cauliflower head with something that looked like buffalo sauce drizzled on top. Frustrating.

  • Hi, I am not a vegan and I don’t celebrate thanksgiving, but I tried some thanksgiving receipts from caitlin skomaker(I hope this is right spelling) for lentil loaf and some veggies and my family liked it a lot. It became a fall dinner at our home. Really satisfying.