More Thanksgiving food ideas

Beautiful turkey bird.
Beautiful turkey bird.

Hello there Vegan comrades.

I have been inundated with requests and there is not space here to address them all, nor do you have the time to scroll through such a list!

You have had two overwhelming popular requests: More main course ideas, more side course ideas.

My go to is always Vegan Richa (as you have probably noticed). I have never had a recipe of hers go wrong. Never! I am a fair cook but not a great one and her recipes are easy to follow and make.

MAINS

18 VEGAN THANKSGIVING MAINS – GLUTENFREE SOYFREE OPTIONS

Richa writes:

18 Vegan Thanksgiving Mains Recipes! Easy Lentil Loaf, Shepherds Pie, Pasta, Lasagna, Casseroles, Pot pie, Chickpea meatloaf and more. Gluten-free, Soy-free, Nut-free options Vegetarian Thanksgiving Main Dish Ideas. Go there now »

I began having vegan lasagna many years ago for Thanksgiving. It is all kinds of awesome and there is no reminder of ahem, you know what on the day.

SIDES

40 VEGAN THANKSGIVING SIDES – GLUTEN-FREE SOY FREE OPTIONS

Richa writes:

40 vegan thanksgiving sides. Easy Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Pasta, Soups, Stuffing, Baked Mac, Biscuits and more. Go there now »

MASSACRE

Depending on which statistics you believe between 43 to 50 million turkeys are brutally slaughtered for “Thanksgiving”. That people make this the center of their annual thankfest celebration shows what a brutal country this still is.

CHANGING TIMES

However, times they are a-changing.

A friend of mine who is a dedicated meat eater and said often she would never consider giving it up, mentioned to me just yesterday when discussing Thanksgiving that she saw a report on TV about the millions of turkeys killed, and that a “switch” suddenly went on off in her head.

No more meat for her she said to me, in the gravest of tones. She added, shuddering, that she can’t imagine now how she ever could have eaten it.

Now that is something to be truly thankful for.

Thinking about it yourself?

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