Cornucopia of Caring: Veganizing Thanksgiving

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There are endless ways for turkey lovers—the millions of people who’d rather rehabilitate than ravage birds’ bruised and abused bodies, to celebrate Thanksgiving. Among them are a few festivities that got a jump-start on the holiday that is becoming increasingly veggie-centric.

It seems that just about everyone, including the adorablogging dog Teddy Hilton, is offering up info on turkeys, vegan recipes, and/or Thanksgiving events. Share your vegan news or tips in the comments section below.

Written by Karin Bennett

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