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Turkey Approved: Lucky Break Wishbones

Written by Ashley Palmer | November 1, 2010

Imagine for a moment that on every holiday, we ate that holiday’s mascot. Would you feed your child a bunny on Easter? Or perhaps have a slice of baby Jesus on Christmas morning? Of course not!

But each Thanksgiving, millions of Americans sit down to a table adorned with a dead bird as a centerpiece. Approximately 45 million turkeys will be killed for the holiday this year. Let’s leave the turkey off the table, and enjoy a cruelty-free meal instead.

One tradition I remember as a child was breaking the wishbone with my grandfather—he would always save it for me. This was before I was vegan and knew of the suffering that occurred on factory farms. After I went vegan, I thought breaking the wishbone was one tradition that would be gone forever.

In comes Lucky Break Wishbones, a fun and animal-friendly alternative to breaking turkey bones. And we’re giving away packs of 10 wishbones so that everyone in your family will get to make a wish!

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  • liliane says:

    Thank you for coming up with a cruelty free way to make a wish. Many blessings.

  • newsmild says:

    I was very encouraged to find this site. I wanted to thank you for this special read. I definitely
    savored every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post

  • Tammi says:

    What an awesome, cruelty-free way to bring back a family tradition. Thanks!

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