Vegans all over the globe have been asking the same three questions since the beginning of time.
- Where can I get my protein?
- Don’t plants have feelings too?
- What can you eat Thanksgiving Day?
That’s a lot to unpack, not due to the complexity of the topics, but the fact such uncertainties still exist in our day and age. Let me tell you, for those who are still unsure:
Of course there’s much more to it than that. Thanksgiving, a traditional holiday that is a central part of American culture, deserves more thought. Even an omnivorous feast takes weeks of preparation, so why shouldn’t a meatless one command the same careful planning? It’s the right time to get your inspiration, and I have plenty of recipes to share.
Sides are simple so let’s focus in on the main event. Vegan Thanksgiving Entrees tend to stump even seasoned pros, so there’s no shame in seeking help. Consider all options before you purchase a frozen roast at the grocery store. They can be vegetable-focused, high in protein, and packed with the best seasonal flavors. It doesn’t have to be a big production to be worthy of a…