I have to admit it, you guys.
I’m so tired of people asking me what vegetarians eat on Thanksgiving.
It’s a question I get constantly. I mean, constantly. “If you don’t eat turkey,” a lot of people will inquire, you know like total idiots, “what could you possibly eat – or like, even do – on this day?”
And I frankly think that’s just an unfair thing to ask. Just because I don’t eat meat, doesn’t mean I don’t get to enjoy the holiday as much as the rest of America. And BESIDES, it’s not like turkey is the only thing anyone serves. Sure it’s even called “Turkey Day” by those comedic geniuses in our lives, but there’s so much more to Thanksgiving than meat.
To prove it, I documented everything that I ate on Thanksgiving.
Upon review, you might just discover that I had just as delicious of a holiday – if not more so – than the rest of you.
SOME LITTLE PRETZELS
THIS GLASS OF WATER
THIS GLASS OF ICE
A TRAVEL MUG OF COFFEE I MADE MY MOM BRING ME
A YUMMY BANANA
THIS PIECE OF BREAD YUM
COFFEE THAT I DIDN’T MAKE MY MOM GET ME
THIS FAKE TURKEY THAT LOOKS REALLY TASTY DOESN’T IT, I MADE IT MYSELF
SOME SORT OF CREAMED VEGETABLE
A TINY KIT KAT (JUST IGNORE THE BITE MARKS, THAT’S A WHOLE OTHER STORY)
A PIECE OF GUM
AN AFTER DINNER MINT THAT WAS PRETTY GOOD ACTUALLY
ANOTHER CUP OF COFFEE
HERE’S A NAPKIN THAT I USED
Wait, did I just convert everyone to a vegetarian Thanksgiving? [Smiles knowingly]