Celebrate Compassion: Leave Turkeys Off Your Plate This Thanksgiving!

This Thanksgiving, enjoy a delicious meal with friends, family and loved ones that everyone can be thankful for! Make it a cruelty-free feast and feel amazing knowing that no one had to suffer for your celebration.

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Nowadays there are tons of fabulous faux turkey dishes available, such as Field Roast’s Celebration Roast filled with a sausage-style stuffing made from butternut squash, apples and mushrooms. You could also try the popular Tofurky brand Vegetarian Feast complete with wild rice, Tofurky Jurky Wishstix and Savory Giblet Gravy.

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Last but not least, don’t forget about Gardein’s incredible, all-vegan Savory Stuffed Turk’y made with vegetables, ancient grains and plant proteins, breaded with toasted crumbs, and stuffed with celery, onions, cranberries and breadcrumbs. Sounds delicious!

If you are the type that prefers a good old- fashioned, home-cooked Thanksgiving feast, we’ve got you covered too. Whether you’re preparing the whole feast or visiting relatives, these mouthwatering recipes will amaze even the most die-hard meat-eaters.


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Thankful Turkey: A Rescue Story

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 Plucky the turkey was born at an industrial turkey hatchery where unwanted males are destined to be gassed, bagged and used as meals for birds of prey. Fortunately, he was heard peeping from the bag and was ultimately rescued by the good folks at Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary in Ontario. Plucky’s new human guardians report that he is inquisitive, intelligent and social.