Turkey-Mania: Not a Vegan Holiday


A day of food, family, and football.

And the food involved is not really a vegan’s best friend.

So, what do you do on a day full of non-vegan food at someone else’s house?

You get as close to vegetarian as possible and enjoy the day.

Because isn’t sharing time with family over the table more important than the food you eat on those few special occasions a year? I would say a resounding “YES!”

Today, I am back at the vegan diet.

But I don’t regret anything I ate yesterday (which was all in moderation), because that isn’t the most important thing in my life.

Relationships are.

And yesterday was an important part of maintaining those family relationships that are a key part of life in community.

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day with your family and friends!



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