Let’s (NOT) Talk Turkey

For the past ten years Green, a vegetarian restaurant in Tempe, Arizona, has held its annual Thanksliving event, a way to enjoy a traditional American holiday without harming any animals and being kind to the earth in the process.

What started out as a small gathering years ago now overflows into the parking lot where tables and canopies are set up, there is live music, crafts for the kids, and vendors advertise their latest vegan foods.

While we don’t have a Green’s in Colorado, you can celebrate your own Thanksliving by skipping the turkey and opting for the vegetarian and vegan roasts most stores now carry. You’ll be healthier for it, and you will have the joy of knowing you spared the life of a living creature.

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