Thanksgiving doesn't have to include a turkey, or any other animal products at all! This year, why not try an all-vegan feast?!

     With more and more people recognizing the impact that the animal-agriculture industry has on our environment, a major food movement is occurring. Whole food, plant based diets are no longer a thing for the fringes, and there is a real need for delicious, cruelty-free alternatives.

     Last year my family and I had Roasted Brussel Sprouts in Garlic, Spicy Southern Style Collard Greens, an Asian Pear Kale salad with a homemade Maple Dijon Vinaigrette, and warm Quinoa with a Mushroom Gravy. Stuffed Butternut Squash was the main course, and MMM MM was it delish! 

     This Thanksgiving I invite you to try an all vegan feast like me!

Click the photo above to get the recipe for this amazing vegan-holiday meal idea! 


Renee Peters

Renee Peters is a NYC-based model, blogger, and advocate of mindful, sustainable living. She strives to be a role model by using her platform for positive change. Through her blog, Model4GreenLiving, Peters seeks to reshape the way people think about environmental issues and provide practical tips and everyday actions for readers.  Peters uses social media to promote that same message, as well as one of self-love and body-positivity. She also volunteers, is an environmental activist, and is an avid learner of anything relating to the planet and its health. For booking inquires visit Muse Models NYC or Nomad Management Miami.