No one's craving Tofurkey come Thanksgiving dinner, not even vegans. Year after year, those who follow the plant-based diet get the short end of the Thanksgiving stick. They receive incessant, if well-intentioned, interrogations about what they'll be able to eat from the table. Their non-vegan counterparts almost always seem to forget that neither chicken stock nor eggs are considered vegan. And they're often left dessert-less (butter is usually the culprit).
But this year, no vegan should be left behind, forced to eat a wilted salad and an apple while the rest of the diners stuff themselves silly with holiday grub. Below, find a fantastically delicious line-up of recipes that'll satisfy both vegans and carnivores alike.
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