A Vegan Thanksgiving

A what?!? Thanksgiving?

Yes, you heard me — a VEGAN Thanksgiving.

No turkey you ask?

No, no turkey and definitely not a tofurkey either.

I am all about fresh and wholesome ingredients. I'll admit, I bought a tofurkey one time — but I didn't eat it, I was too scared! I am not all about fake meat products, I like to stick with the natural, whole grains, fruits and veggies as much as possible.

{proof — I did purchase one, once upon a time...}

So, I am sure you're curious what a vegan may eat on Thanksgiving so here is the inside scoop...

Thanksgiving 2012 Menu:

Vegan antipasti platter including marinated mushrooms, blanched asparagus, mixed provencal olives with preserved lemon and oregano, roasted garlic and baguette slices

Pistachio-Pomegranate Chopped Salad

Brussels Sprouts with Lemon — this recipe will change the mind of any brussels sprout hater out there. True fact.

Wild Mushroom and Sage Stuffed Acorn Squash

Vegan Nantucket Cranberry Pie

{Recipes will be shared after Thanksgiving}

What are you plans for Thanksgiving this year? Do you have a signature dish? Trying out something new? Share below!

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