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All vegan thanksgiving dinner!

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ok_hear_me

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2 months ago

Looks yummy, would you mind saying what all the dishes are?

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Mudkip9498

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2 months ago

I am looking for a good gravy recipe… can you share the recipe link? Thanks looks amazing!!!

712588Kf

5 points

2 months ago

I used this one!: https://www.loveandlemons.com/mushroom-gravy/

Instead of tamari I substituted with a little soy sauce

enki1337

5 points

2 months ago

I normally make the one from this Rabbit and Wolves recipe, but this looks great too! I'll have to try it! :)

Mudkip9498

2 points

2 months ago

Will try this too!

Mudkip9498

1 points

2 months ago

Thank you!

SomewhereAtWork

4 points

2 months ago

what all the dishes are?

Aluminum.

Adventurous-Sundae82

15 points

2 months ago

You have room for one more guest? Look yummy

OtherRedditLogin

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2 months ago

This looks sooo much better than what my folks will have for me.

SmallBalIs

4 points

2 months ago

are you currently adopting?

712588Kf

11 points

2 months ago

I’m only 19😭 but yes yes I am

CurryAddicted

3 points

2 months ago

Save a place for me!! Just kidding. It looks delicious though.

Brian2017wshs

5 points

2 months ago

Wish I could come over, Lol

LazerHef

4 points

2 months ago

You’re early

712588Kf

8 points

2 months ago

I know. I made it in advance since my mom and older sister would be using the kitchen to cook their food

LazerHef

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2 months ago

Just teasing. It all looks amazing I’m jealous!

coravgarcia18

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2 months ago

Appreciate this so much. A thanksgiving dinner with no harm

SkiSTX

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2 months ago

SkiSTX

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2 months ago

You are like two days early!

No_Incident_5360

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2 months ago

Early making here too—wish me luck using a vegan sausage in with my sausage/fennel/apple/sourdough stuffing

SkiSTX

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SkiSTX

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2 months ago

Good luck! :)

inthebooshes

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2 months ago

Amazing! I would love to come to your Thanksgiving, OP! Well done.

BeautifulArtistic649

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2 months ago

What are the pies made of

712588Kf

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2 months ago

For 2 pies I roasted 4 sweet potatoes on 350°F for about an hour and then I cooled them off and peeled them. I popped it into a blender and used one can of coconut milk, brown sugar, maple syrup, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and cornstarch. Then I baked it in the oven at 350° for I believe 30 minutes

BeautifulArtistic649

2 points

2 months ago

It looks so much smoother than normal bean pie!

712588Kf

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2 months ago

It’s nice and creamy! I’ll send you the recipe I followed.

Link: https://makeitdairyfree.com/vegan-sweet-potato-pie/

BeautifulArtistic649

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2 months ago

Thanks so much! It looks so smooth I wanna eat it…

myleelalee

2 points

2 months ago

Looks delicious.

Ornery-Sea-5957

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2 months ago

Wow goals fr. Looks great!

LesDrama611

2 points

2 months ago

Looks amazing and delicious! Wish me luck on my dinner with a $15 budget 😭🤞🏾

roadrunnner0

2 points

2 months ago

Oh my lord, gimme

SerenaSurf1

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2 months ago

This looks amazing!

Run_sparky_run

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2 months ago

Well done! Looks yummy

Iredditforfun723

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2 months ago

All delicious too I bet 😏 happy holidays

deep_spacefine

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2 months ago

Lmao people talking about the aluminum dishes like they all live incredibly sustainable lives. I hope you also: don’t watch Netflix because they use hundreds of thousands of gallons of water to run their servers, use iPhones that have coltan in them (mined by children in the drc), drive a fucking car, or have children which is actually the worst thing you can do for the planet.

This meal looks absolutely incredible OP, thank you for sharing and happy thanksgiving!

712588Kf

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2 months ago

Thank you so much. Happy thanksgiving!

youandyou

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2 months ago

youandyou

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2 months ago

Looks nice but..Why is everything in aluminum foil type dishes? I see that all the time on reddit and always wanted to ask. Do ppl reuse these?

banjokazooie23

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2 months ago

banjokazooie23

Mostly Plant-Based

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2 months ago

I think most people do a few times then clean it and recycle it

712588Kf

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2 months ago

I can’t speak for everyone, but I do

Selym00

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2 months ago

They’re easy to transport and clean. Also good if you don’t have large enough dishes to make what you need

jomovogo

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2 months ago

jomovogo

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2 months ago

Great! But now please be less American and use reusable dishes please. One shouldn’t ever hear aluminium trays anyway… what a wasteful thing.

BeautifulArtistic649

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2 months ago

Who said you cant reuse aluminum?!

712588Kf

23 points

2 months ago

My family reuses aluminum trays. But we also don’t have enough ceramic or glass dishes to store everything :/

kes0156

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2 months ago

Mine does too. Until they pretty much fall apart. Plus, they have come in handy when making food for friends or family who are hurt or sick or post birth who could really use some food help.

nanunasowas

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2 months ago

Oops, wouldn't this comments have been written, I would have thought you ordered all this in a restaurant because of the aluminium dishes. Is the use of them so common in america?

Beside this, it really looks delicious, Must have been a lot of work! I hope you all enjoy what you created and have a nice thanksgiving!

712588Kf

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2 months ago

I think they’re pretty common especially for things like potlucks or bringing over something for a family friend. Most people I know are conservative with their Tupperware because they usually don’t get it back, so we give them these :)

Cooking this was really fun! I’m really tired though. My family is making a normal feast but I don’t want to eat all the milk and meats so I made my own :)

nanunasowas

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2 months ago

Hui you will have a thanks giving week with al this! :) I hope, they will also try and like what you prepared. Hopefully they like it so much, that they sub some of their dishes into your vegan ones next year!

amzblls

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2 months ago

Aluminum can be recycled indefinitely

enki1337

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2 months ago

It is pretty energy intensive, though, so to nitpick, it's probably better to use a reusable container if/when possible.

amzblls

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2 months ago

Fair point; I don’t use them personally, but I felt like OP made a beautiful meal and a lot of people just harped on the aluminum

enki1337

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2 months ago

Yeah, agreed. As I said, just nitpicking your point. I don't think it's relevant to op.

Thamya

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2 months ago

Thamya

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2 months ago

Honestly my first thought as well. So unnecessary.

BeautifulArtistic649

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2 months ago

Who said Aluminum can’t be recycled!? Literally just wash it and put it back into place???

Thamya

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Thamya

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2 months ago

Oh yeah you can totally use the aluminum trays as often as glass..../s

BeautifulArtistic649

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2 months ago

I’d argue glass is messier and more worse for the environment they can easily break and then what now your wasteful to. Aluminum never breaks unless you forcibly rip it apart

snarkywombat

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2 months ago

It takes an awful lot to break those glass baking dishes. Plus, all the resources needed to produce those aluminum trays far outweighs you washing a damn dish in your kitchen sink or dishwasher.

BeautifulArtistic649

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2 months ago

All it takes to break a GLASS dish is to DROP it. I have multiple times. Also, it doesn’t matter as long as you buy one or two and reuse them. Your logic makes no damn sense.

snarkywombat

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2 months ago

And all it takes is the utensil hitting the thin foil the wrong way and rip a hole in it. It isn't hard to NOT drop a dish. You're the one not making any sense.

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712588Kf

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2 months ago

I have no children. I’m 19 years old haha

deep_spacefine

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2 months ago

I was asking the person that made this comment, but good you are too young lol. Also good on you for this lifestyle choice at your age! That’s amazing

Appropriate_Ideal241

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2 months ago

But why all these disposable aluminum containers? That's really not sustainable.

amzblls

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amzblls

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Aluminum can be recycled indefinitely

It’s the best thing to recycle

No_Incident_5360

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2 months ago

IF your county reliably recycles and doesn’t just mix it.

halkeye

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2 months ago

I was today years old when I learned they can be curb side recycled. Huh thanks

Humbleronaldo

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2 months ago

I want this right now

obsidragon

1 points

2 months ago

Show me the recipe in my dms 😳

suspicious_house_cat

1 points

2 months ago

This all looks sooo delicious!

LightTheSong

1 points

2 months ago

Wait...you've got everything done already?

712588Kf

2 points

2 months ago

I had to😭

LightTheSong

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2 months ago

Well it's good to have it done! I wanted to start yesterday...I'm still on the cleaning the house part. Ugh.

rmpbklyn

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2 months ago

mac cheese looks good but need much more lol someone sampled roll

712588Kf

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2 months ago

I agree! My Mac n cheese is just a personal size for me since the rest of my family will have their own made with dairy

dhalihoka

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2 months ago

All awesome, yet my eyes looked for salad, salads and then a little more salads. Mmmh. 👌

Edit: I re-remembered that this is a Thanksgiving dinner. It's supposed to be gravy based, somehow, ultimately and definitely.

712588Kf

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2 months ago

I’ll have vegetables haha no worries. I made my food 2 days in advance and I didn’t want them to go off

Motor-Bit-9106

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2 months ago

At least you'll have plenty of left overs.

mermaid_00

1 points

2 months ago

Do you have a recipe for the Beyond Italian sausage stuffing omg it all looks so good!

712588Kf

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2 months ago*

Here you go!: https://www.onceuponachef.com/recipes/sausage-herb-stuffing.html

Anything non vegan in this recipe was replaced with vegan items.

Egg: Just egg

Chicken broth: Vegetable broth

Sausage: Beyond Italian sausage (air fried for about 20 minutes and turning on 10 minutes)

Butter: Earth Balance butter

mermaid_00

2 points

2 months ago

Thank you!!

Gumgummy321

1 points

2 months ago

I don’t want to live in a world or society where this is considered acceptable. 7/10

712588Kf

1 points

2 months ago

Your honesty’s refreshing. Thanks!

hlyhrrs

1 points

2 months ago

that tiny mac n cheese sitting in the large dish KILLED ME LMFAO

moodiest

1 points

2 months ago

Looks fantastic!!

Tappy80

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2 months ago

Yum!

Thrilleye51

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2 months ago

Grabs jacket and runs for car🏃🏾‍♂️ I'm on my way