Gentle Thanksgiving Options
Thanks to a higher demand for Thanksgiving plant-based dishes
many companies are offering a variety of options that are likely to
please vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Turtle Island Foods, the
maker of alternative Tofurkey, has partnered with frozen-food brand
Amy’s Kitchen to launch a new “vegetarian feast” this year: an
all-vegan meal including the Tofurkey loaf, rice and bread crumb
stuffing, faux “giblet” gravy, a wishstix (vegan version of a
wishbone made out of tofu jerky) and Amy’s vegan organic chocolate
cake for dessert. It feeds six people and sells for $19.99.
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New tofu fare for Thanksgiving
Very few people need to celebrate Thanksgiving with foods that
involve animal products thereby participating in the cruelty
inflicted on God's farmed animals. God has provided us with an
incredible variety of plant-based foods that combined with ingenuity
and technology offer us with delicious dishes such as the "Tofurkey".
Let's give thanks this year by sharing a meal with family and
friends that involved as little suffering as possible.