Sunday night, more than a dozen of our friends gathered for our Annual Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner. We ate green beans, mashed potatoes, cranberries, lasagna, salad, organic mac-n-cheese and two tofurkeys.
Everyone’s dishes were great, handmade with love, making them even better. The Tofurky roast takes a long time to cook, usually much longer than the recipe calls for. Not everyone enjoys the starchy consistency of the Tofurky roast, but I like it. It’s very woodsy especially when you cover it with the mushroom gravy.
If you are a vegetarian/vegan and want to feel part of the turkey eating crowd, this will do it for you, but there are other options. We decided this year is the last year for the roast. It’s not that to Tofurky is not good, but it’s not great either. It’s basically just a protein substitute. I don’t want you to think that I don’t like Tofurky products, but I can live without Tofurky on Thanksgiving.
If you are new to vegetarianism/veganism, go for it. Try the Tofurky roast, you may just like it.