Who needs Thanksgiving to enjoy this nutty creation? Try a DIY version of the store-bought main dish, filled with plenty of mushrooms, miso, and fresh herbs. It's definitely a filling entree for any vegan, and maybe the omnivores will like it too. It takes more than four hours to make, so don't expect to pull this together on a busy weeknight. Also, toss a salad for a fresh side dish. Or make green beans or sweet potatoes. Add some color and you'll have a complete meal that everyone will remember.
Premade faux-turkey roasts are typically laden with impossible-to-pronounce ingredients and chemicals that we prefer not to ingest. Our vegan tofurkey contains fresh ingredients and a toothsome, nutty brown-rice stuffing.... Read More