Quorn’s products have been acclaimed far and wide by vegetarians to be the most “meaty tasting.” Made from mycoprotein fungus, the vegan Quorn Turk’y Roast may not come with any fixings, but it can be dressed with a side of homemade stuffing and some mushroom gravy for a complete meal.
Gardein’s tender stuffed roast leans more toward gourmet than its faux meat counterparts. The meat, made from soy, wheat, peas, beets and carrots, has a flavor and texture that may confuse even hardcore carnivores. The flavors, along with the included gravy, can pass for an extremely succulent bird, or just an amazing vegetarian dish.
If you love the tradition of cooking your own meal from scratch, the Magic Vegan Loaf Maker is for you. The loaf recipes are seemingly endless – simply choose a protein, a nut or seed, a carbohydrate, vegetables, liquid, herbs, oil and a binder from a provided list. After choosing your desired combination, press “submit” and your personal recipe is created for you! The combinations are endless, allowing you to adjust according to what you have in your cupboards – and it is perfect for any time of year.
The folks over at We Like It Raw want you to enjoy a great Thanksgiving, so they’ve created a free raw Thanksgiving eBook for your eating pleasure. Send a request and you can receive a book chock full of vegan, raw and gluten-free recipes for Thanksgiving – or any time!
With one of these savory delights, you and your guests are sure to enjoy a tasty meat-free Thanksgiving!