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Weekly Giveaway: VegNews Holiday Cookbook! oncewerewesties is the winner!

I've talked a lot about delicious holiday foods in this newsletter. No reason to stop now! VegNews recently released their VegNews Holiday eCookbook (http://vegnews.myshopify.com/collections/books/products/vegnews-holiday-cookbook) and it couldn't be more amazing. Packed with 35 editor-tested-and-approved recipes like Tal Ronnen's Pumpkin Seed Battered "Chicken" with Cranberry Cabernet Sauce, Allison Rivers Samson's Roasted Vegetable Pastry, Robin Robertson's Crispy Latkes, and Beverly Lynn Bennett's Pumpkin Cake with Vanilla Buttercream, you'll want for nothing this season. Except maybe seconds? Perhaps thirds? For your chance to win a copy, let me know what your favorite Thanksgiving centerpiece dish is.

Giveaway ends on Tuesday, November 30th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random!

Good luck!

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I'm sad I can't enter these any more but damn that book looks good! : )

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oww - you can totally enter this one because it's online! hold on, let me change the rules for this one :)

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Tofurkey. I don't eat processed fake meat products very much so it really makes the Tofurkey that much special. Other than that, asparagus!

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hehe, awesomesauce!  : )

I've only ever had one thanksvegan, last year with Theo, and we had chickpea/cranberry pies which were pretty mean. 

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Roasted organic acorn squash with roasted pecan stuffing! Vegan and gluten free... yummmy! The roasted acorn squash look amazing on the table and the roasted pecans provide that holiday scent.

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I'm making my very first tofu turkey this year! Wish me luck hehe I have a beautiful cornucopia basket that I stuff with fresh colorful veggies, it's beautiful!

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Tofurkey!! mmmmmm..........

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I love my tofurkey roast but also love my sheperd's pie. Hard to chose.

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the pies and side dishes - dont really like the meast analogs   

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My favorite Thanksgiving centerpiece dish is stuffed squash!

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I make a seitan roast with a sage stuffing. Roll it up like a jelly roll and cover it with dried sheets of tofu that have been soaked in broth to soften them. Of course it's served with gravy. My family doesn't like those store bought tofurkys!

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SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE WITH PRALINE TOPPING!!!  AMAZING

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Once I had a stuffed acorn squash (with wild rice, nuts, dried fruit, etc) which was so delicious.  Another time I had a Tofurky (from a box) and it was terrible.  Now I am thinking I have to make this: http://mobettavegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/veganmofo-iv-like-meat-cake-burnin-in.html

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We loves the tofurky, you just have to put a good marinade/baste on it. If it were up to me, I'd just eat stuffing and sweet potatoes and rolls, and be happy and fat...

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My favorite centerpiece is a pumpkin - either glass with a candle, or real, wth cornbread stuffing! I love the round shape and vibrant color.

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Vegan pumpkin pie!  Yum!

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A celebration roast with vegan dressing, & homemade cranberry sauce.

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Veggie lasagne is always fun for Thanksgiving.  Use butternut squash in keeping with the season, or just be creative! 

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I love Tofurkey. Even my omni-husband loves Tofurkey. I introduced my step-mom to it this year and now she loves Tofurkey. It's a good thing I only eat it once a year, because I'd probably eat it every day if I let myself.

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Stuffing all the way!  Preferably with cranberries and walnuts, stuffed inside a baked pumpkin.  YUM.

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