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Paul McCartney Is Cooking These Delicious Recipes This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for family, gratitude, and, of course, food! This Thanksgiving, Paul McCartney is urging you to say “no, thanks” to turkey and “yes” to a delicious, cruelty-free holiday meal. Paul is no stranger to the world of meat-free meals—his powerful narration of PETA’s “Glass Walls” video illustrates his notion that “if slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian.” Like chickens, the 300 million turkeys raised and killed for their flesh every year in the United States have no federal legal protection.More than 45 million turkeys are killed each year at Thanksgiving alone, and more than 22 million die at Christmas. Paul teamed up with PETA once again to help keep cruelty off the holiday menu:

Don’t know where to start planning a vegan Thanksgiving menu for this year’s holiday festivities? Check out these delicious, cruelty-free recipes that Paul will be cooking and wow your family and friends with these meat-free dishes.

Want to speak out for turkeys, like Paul? Wear this “Eat No Turkey” T-shirt while you go vegan this holiday season.

Share this on Facebook to encourage your friends to say “no, thanks” to turkey this Thanksgiving and “yes” to the Pledge to Be Vegan!


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