Shouldn’t Thanksgiving be a harvest celebration and not an animal sacrifice ritual?
Interview of Dr. Neal Barnard of PCRM who discusses some myths about how Native Americans really farmed and suggests a more environmentally friendly, almost spiritually harmoniously way to grow food that nourishes us instead of killing helpless birds. Vegcast #92
Menu ideas with recipes:
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Cranberry relish, glaze and sauce recipes here
Video-Thanksgiving cooked up in 30 minutes! Watch Happy Herbivore cookbook author cook the recipes!
No Cook Holiday
Healthy Choice Garden Vegetable Soup
Seitans-Field Roast Stuffed Celebration Roast or Tofurkey or Gardein
Stuffing: Arnold Brand Stuffing-All 5 types-Cornbread, Herb, Sage & Onion, seasoned, unseasoned Pepperidge Farm-All 6 types are safe Oroweat herb or cornbread both safe and Aldi Herbes de provence style NONE of Stove Top’s are vegan!
Near East Rice Pilaf Mix (Curry, Garlic & Herb, Lentil, Original, Spanish, Toasted Almond, Wild Mushroom & Herb, Long Grain & Wild Rice [Original, Garlic & Herb], and Wheat Pilaf)
Breads -Bisquick; French bread; Arnold dinner rolls
Game day junk food: Chex Mix, Wheat Thins, ONLY the DORITOS Spicy Sweet Chili Flavored Tortilla Chips are vegan, Ritz, Trisket, Lay’s “All Dressed”(Canadian favorite-like BBQ) potato chips, Cape Cod Salt and Vinegar potato chips.