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Another Fab Meatless Thanksgiving Option

The following article was written by Sunny and originally appeared on peta2.

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, it’s comforting to know that pulling off a scrumptious vegan feast is as easy as pumpkin pie.

We’ve already mentioned some delicious turkey substitutes, but I wanted to let y’all know that Gardein has its seasonal Savory Stuffed Turk’y out as well. And in the spirit of being thankful, grateful, generous, and hungry, we’d like you all to take advantage of a coupon for $1 off any Gardein product.

If you haven’t tried Gardein before, you’re gonna flip! Its yummy factor is through the roof, and its texture is so meaty that your friends and family might decide to ditch eating a dead bird after having a taste.

Now that you know about some deee-lish turkey substitutes, don’t forget about veganizing your sides. Check out our PETA’s Thanksgiving recipes, and be sure to download and print out our Thanksgiving checklist as well!

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  • hippywiz says:

    I have been a vegan for over 30 years.I wonder if I should pledge to
    be a vegan for 30 days.I just don’t know what I am suppose to do.
    Anybody got any idea’s?

  • Katie says:

    Im also a fan of morning star!

  • Katie says:

    Im also a fan of morning star!

  • Debra Ruffing says:

    I agree with Facebook. I too got a virus from there and it ruined my hard drive-stopped spinning. I can’t afford to have it fixed-they said $2500! But, I really need all the coupon help I can get as my husband has leukemia and finances due to his medical expenses are high.

  • Jaye says:

    I do not think it’s fair that the $1 off coupon will not appear unless a person signs in to Facebook. I no longer use Facebook (and won’t) since my computer picked up a very expensive virus on the site. Gardein should make the coupon available to PETA members on the PETA site! I just asked PETA to try and get some mfgr coupons for these very expensive meat substitutes.

  • lecia Cole says:

    where would I find the brand Gardein? I’ve never heard of it nor seen it in our grocery stores here in Statesville, North Carolina. I would love to have some of that turkey for tomorrow. Alas, I’ll probably never find it in time!
    Please let me know if it is available anywhere near me.
    I used to make Linda McCartney’s Tofu turkey for Thanksgiving, but, being that it’s just me and my husband (no one in his family cared for it when they could have the real thing! the MURDERED BIRD!), when I cut the recipe in half, it was still too much for us. This looks like it would be perfect!

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