Halloween in college was a lot of fun. That is because Ohio University has a famous Halloween weekend party, where the drinking begins Thursday afternoon and tapers off somewhere around 8 p.m. Sunday. I killed a lot of brain cells every Samhain.
Gentlemen, you can't fight in here--this is the war room.
I am waiting to hear from the local Sprouts Freezer Case Manager to see if my case of Tofurky Vegan Gravy has come in, yet. (I mean right here, right now waiting for his call.) It isn't as bad as it sounds-there are only eight 14 oz containers in a case and it is also non-GMO-It can live in the freezer until I need it as it had a distant expiration date last year on the one I got to try. It is on sale, too. When I went into the store earlier this week, I saw the fake turkey stuff freezer case and it was covered with sale tags and pretty cleaned out. I have hopes, but they aren't very big ones. I guess everyone is planning ahead for a stay at home dinner.
Introvertigo , you mentioned you might try to cook your own Turkey dinner...are you going to attempt that? I am thinking about your upcoming Black Friday experience-I would be terrified. I hope that your retail employer is sensible and outfits employees with medical grade protection and limits the amount of customers who enter. And provides vats of hand sanitizer, or even better-gloves.
Thinking about preparing my first Turkey Day Dinner pretty much helped me make up my mind to be a Vegetarian long ago.
Why do they make non meat products in the shape of meat products? If you don't want to eat meat then all good and well. So why would you want to pretend to eat it? Isn't not eating meat all about getting away from the whole meat eating culture?