Vegan holiday meals usually bring to mind bland foods or the ubiquitous fake meat turkey. While it can be traditional, there are a few options that can be done instead. This blog suggests going international with the meal plans, like an Israeli couscous pilaf or roasted pumpkin with a yogurt glaze. They think about the yogurt and use tahini instead of milk to keep it vegan for everyone to enjoy. For dessert, try their pear cake, with a delicious pear baked inside to give you a visual treat.
- Although many traditional Thanksgiving foods can be vegan and taste similar to the standard version, vegan turkey is not the same as turkey meat.
- To eliminate the need for comparison, try offering a variety of unique vegan foods, with an international twist, instead.
- Instead of offering a fake turkey, which pleases no one, preparing a menu of delicious, the non-traditional fare will be memorable and refreshing for everyone.
“All of these meals have been massive hits with omnivores.”
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