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- We are #thankful for @the_tofurky_company ??? paying hommage. (Article via vegnews) The acclaimed publication spotlights the 22-year legacy of the #vegan #holiday roast in time for #Thanksgiving. A recent feature published by #media outlet #TheNewYorker outlined the serendipitous history of the #Tofurky holiday roast. “In its 22-year #history,” writer Jonathan Kauffman stated, “that plump, beige creation—honeydew-like in weight and circumference, filled with a cylindrical core of wild-rice #stuffing whose flavor is not significantly different from its chewy, tofu-and-gluten shell—has become a requisite part of vegetarian-friendly Thanksgiving tables from #SanFrancisco to Kalamazoo.” Kauffman explained that Tofurky founder Seth Tibbott—who was interested in taking tempeh #mainstream in the 1970s—met couple Hans and Rhonda Wrobel, who were making a tofu-based Thanksgiving roast in small batches. After Tibbott accidentally created a tempeh burger that tasted like Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the #cranberries and wild rice he used in the #recipe, Tibbott partnered with the Wrobels to create a #feast that featured his failed burger (in the form of tempeh-based drummettes), which he sold alongside the Wrobles’ #tofu roast under the company Turtle Island Foods. “The first frozen Tofurky meal,” Kauffman wrote, “priced at $30, was a hard sell with retailers and a mad #success with the customers who managed to #find it.” After more than two decades—and some tweaks to the original product—this year, the company is readying to sell its 5 millionth Tofurky roast. #win #vegan #plantbased #givethanks #awesome #heroes #turkey #animallovers #veganforlife #veganaf
- We are #thankful for @the_tofurky_company ??? paying hommage. (Article via vegnews) The acclaimed publication spotlights the 22-year legacy of the #vegan #holiday roast in time for #Thanksgiving . A recent feature published by #media outlet #TheNewYorker outlined the serendipitous history of the #Tofurky  holiday roast. “In its 22-year #history ,” writer Jonathan Kauffman stated, “that plump, beige creation—honeydew-like in weight and circumference, filled with a cylindrical core of wild-rice #stuffing whose flavor is not significantly different from its chewy, tofu-and-gluten shell—has become a requisite part of vegetarian-friendly Thanksgiving tables from #SanFrancisco to Kalamazoo.” Kauffman explained that Tofurky founder Seth Tibbott—who was interested in taking tempeh #mainstream in the 1970s—met couple Hans and Rhonda Wrobel, who were making a tofu-based Thanksgiving roast in small batches. After Tibbott accidentally created a tempeh burger that tasted like Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the #cranberries and wild rice he used in the #recipe , Tibbott partnered with the Wrobels to create a #feast that featured his failed burger (in the form of tempeh-based drummettes), which he sold alongside the Wrobles’ #tofu roast under the company Turtle Island Foods. “The first frozen Tofurky meal,” Kauffman wrote, “priced at $30, was a hard sell with retailers and a mad #success with the customers who managed to #find it.” After more than two decades—and some tweaks to the original product—this year, the company is readying to sell its 5 millionth Tofurky roast. #win #vegan #plantbased #givethanks #awesome #heroes #turkey #animallovers #veganforlife #veganaf
- We are #thankful for @the_tofurky_company ??? paying hommage. (Article via vegnews) The acclaimed publication spotlights the 22-year legacy of the #vegan #holiday roast in time for #Thanksgiving. A recent feature published by #media outlet #TheNewYorker outlined the serendipitous history of the #Tofurky holiday roast. “In its 22-year #history,” writer Jonathan Kauffman stated, “that plump, beige creation—honeydew-like in weight and circumference, filled with a cylindrical core of wild-rice #stuffing whose flavor is not significantly different from its chewy, tofu-and-gluten shell—has become a requisite part of vegetarian-friendly Thanksgiving tables from #SanFrancisco to Kalamazoo.” Kauffman explained that Tofurky founder Seth Tibbott—who was interested in taking tempeh #mainstream in the 1970s—met couple Hans and Rhonda Wrobel, who were making a tofu-based Thanksgiving roast in small batches. After Tibbott accidentally created a tempeh burger that tasted like Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the #cranberries and wild rice he used in the #recipe, Tibbott partnered with the Wrobels to create a #feast that featured his failed burger (in the form of tempeh-based drummettes), which he sold alongside the Wrobles’ #tofu roast under the company Turtle Island Foods. “The first frozen Tofurky meal,” Kauffman wrote, “priced at $30, was a hard sell with retailers and a mad #success with the customers who managed to #find it.” After more than two decades—and some tweaks to the original product—this year, the company is readying to sell its 5 millionth Tofurky roast. #win #vegan #plantbased #givethanks #awesome #heroes #turkey #animallovers #veganforlife #veganaf

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