Tofurky vs. Turkey
If you don’t eat meat, then at least stop insulting turkey with this imposter and just eat the veggie dishes on the table instead. Thank you.
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Broccoli Purée vs. Mashed Potatoes
No. No, no, no. This is not acceptable. Don’t you dare bring this on Thanksgiving. I won’t let you inside!
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Kale Stuffing vs. Traditional Stuffing
How. Dare. You. The traditional stuffing recipe is perfect, and you don’t mess with success!
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Quinoa Apple Cake vs. Apple Pie
Why would anyone think this is a good idea? It’s not the same, and the health factor does not make it any easier to swallow.
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Vegan Gravy vs. Turkey Gravy
Excuse me? Did you fall down and smack your little head on the pavement? Vegan gravy has no place on my mound of turkey and dressing.
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Steamed Green Beans vs. Green Bean Casserole
I’m sorry, but if you think that some healthy, butter-free green beans can replace the hallowed green bean casserole then you are deranged.
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Roasted Cauliflower vs. Twice-Baked Potatoes
Yeah, cauliflower is delicious. No, it does not have a place among the sacred Thanksgiving foods of legend.
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Gluten-Free Pie Crust vs. Regular Pie Crust
Consider your automatic invitation to family Thanksgiving dinner revoked, because no one would do this to people they love.
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Quinoa Mac and Cheese vs. Traditional Mac and Cheese
Mac and cheese is like Apollo, and the Thanksgiving table is Mount Olympus. Not the most powerful player, but the other gods/foods simply aren’t the same without him, and life feels empty without his sunshine-yellow aura.
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Vegan Pumpkin Pie vs. Regular Pumpkin Pie
Just...no. You can’t cut out entire ingredients and expect the pie to be as creamy and fluffy and delicious. Vegan pumpkin pie is like the Indominus rex in Jurassic World. It just messes everything up.
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