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Gut-Check Tour - Day 2

This entry is part of a series recounting our experiences on a two-week RV trip we took to southern Mississippi, Alabama and northern Florida. The goal of this trip was to test ourselves, our two cats, and our rig to make sure we all have what it takes to be full-timers. 317 more words

Locations

Tofurkey Ham Roast

TOFURKEY HAM ROAST

Well, well, well, who would think a plant could be transformed into a replica of a ham roast? Not me years ago. Times have changed and lucky for us all, especially those whose hides are stolen to satisfy the cannibalistic palates of humans! 478 more words

PRODUCTS I RECENTLY TRIED

Tofurkey Pepperjack Melt

TOFURKEY PEPPERJACK MELT

Restaurant Ready! Go for it! Now there’s a prefect sandwich melt without grilling the bread. Who would have thought to melt the meat and cheese separately? 319 more words

PRODUCTS I RECENTLY TRIED

Tofurkey

It looks less like a turkey and more like a monster egg. Strike one. Every tofurkey bought means a real turkey gets to live and turkeys are stupid and evil and vicious. 29 more words

Ratings

What Happens When a National Brand Insults Vegans

On November 23, five days ago, I was scrolling on Facebook when a post from a popular Vegan Facebook page called Bad Vegans
showed up that immediately piqued my interest.  528 more words

Random (Fun And/or Interesting Stuff)

The Love Of A Good Tofu

This is another one about my grandmother.  Today I’m thankful for tofurkey.

We had a family do recently.  I asked my grandmother if she’d be willing to make a few vegetarian things.  150 more words

Life

Thanksgiving roll call 2017

A pre-Thanksgiving “Tofurkey Trot” charity run on Randall’s Island was overcast and blustery, with high winds making logistics a difficulty. Opening the back door of the van sent various pieces of paper, old candy wrappers and other flotsam and jetsam of family life spraying across a parking area, prompting the awkward conscientious shuffle to step on and pick up every piece of litter before they could blow away and make us the city’s environmental villains of the day. 531 more words

Notes From A Polite New Yorker