What should I cook for my first vegan Thanksgiving dinner?

Question by forty-two: What should I cook for my first vegan Thanksgiving dinner?
This year will be my first vegan thanksgiving :) I don’t want to put pressure on my momma to whip up something vegan, so I’ll be cooking dinner this year, but I have absolutely no idea what to make! D:
Any ideas?
What do you normally eat on thanksgiving?

Best answer:

Answer by SuperGrrrl
I found a website with lots of vegan recipes for you. My sister is vegetarian so she usually cooks a Tofurky, but I am not sure if that is vegan or not (although the PETA site says win a vegan Thanksgiving feast with Tofurky). Definitely can see some great ideas for fresh veg dishes, especially with squashes.

Links below have some great ideas!

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  1. GJ says:

    Tofurky roast or Gardein Stuffed Turky are good alternatives to turkey flesh. There are numerous meat substitutes on the market, and other foods that aren’t even intended to imitate meat that still tastes great.

  2. Elaine says:

    Well, I am vegetarian, not vegan, so not all of my answer may be okay, because vegans do not eat animal products at all, but you could make tofu turkey. My mom made it one time, except I didn’t have any. Got to full on my uncle’s mac + cheese ;) Anyways, you could make tofu turkey, something with beans and veggies, etc. etc. I can get a recipe for you from my friend’s grandmother, because she made this delicious casserol type thing with fruit! It was delicious!

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