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If you have a gaggle of family members coming to your house for Thanksgiving, Babe truly feels for you, but cooking a giant veg-friendly meal need not be an agonizing event if you take a few shortcuts. Ordering from Whole Foods can be pricey (plus, their vegan meal might include apple pie, not pumpkin), but if you want to make your own sides, individual Gardein roasts are available for $3.99 each. Other options are Field Roast, Foodies and Tofurky, which now offers a feast complete with Amy's chocolate cake. For stuffing, Babe likes Olivia's, cooked with some diced celery, onions, Earth Balance and veggie broth (a $5 box serves at least 7-8 people). You can't go wrong with this 5-ingredient pumpkin pie. For other great ideas, check out Chef Chloe's Vegan Thanksgiving page. And for the easiest possible day, you can still enter VegNews' Thanksgiving giveaway. Lastly, remember to give thanks for all the wonderful people who endeavor to keep turkeys off the dinner table.
 

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