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15 Brilliant Vegan Thanksgiving Stuffing Ideas

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Just like its counterparts, cranberry sauce and gravy, stuffing is a traditional must-have on the Thanksgiving dinner table. It’s also very versatile, even in its name. Northerners call it “stuffing,” while Southerners call it “dressing.” There are some in Pennsylvania who call it “filling.” This versatile dish can be made with white bread, cornbread, or rice. Some people swear by the stuffing recipe passed down from generations, while others prefer the Stove Top pre-made ones. Still, others are adventurous and look to the web for a extraordinary stuffing idea. (We’re hoping that’s you, Green Monsters!)

 

Did you know? Stuffing wasn’t even a part of the first Thanksgiving feast between the Pilgrims and Native Americans in 1621. In fact, stuffing first appeared long before that, in a Roman cookbook titled “De re Coquinaria,” which translates to, “On the Subject of Cooking.”  Now that you know more about this lovely Thanksgiving addition, try your hand at some of these vegan Thanksgiving stuffing ideas.

 

(Don’t forget to check out our  list of amazing Vegan Thanksgiving DessertsSidesSalads and Main courses! )

 

These vegan versions of stuffing will leave everyone satisfied and happy.



 

Just like its counterparts, cranberry sauce and gravy, stuffing is a traditional must-have on the Thanksgiving dinner table. It’s also very versatile, even in its name. Northerners call it “stuffing,” while Southerners call it “dressing.” There are some in Pennsylvania who call it “filling.” This versatile dish can be made with white bread, cornbread, or rice. Some people swear by the stuffing recipe passed down from generations, while others prefer the Stove Top pre-made ones. Still, others are adventurous and look to the web for a extraordinary stuffing idea. (We’re hoping that’s you, Green Monsters!)

 

Did you know? Stuffing wasn’t even a part of the first Thanksgiving feast between the Pilgrims and Native Americans in 1621. In fact, stuffing first appeared long before that, in a Roman cookbook titled “De re Coquinaria,” which translates to, “On the Subject of Cooking.”  Now that you know more about this lovely Thanksgiving addition, try your hand at some of these vegan Thanksgiving stuffing ideas.

 

(Don’t forget to check out our  list of amazing Vegan Thanksgiving DessertsSidesSalads and Main courses! )

 

These vegan versions of stuffing will leave everyone satisfied and happy.

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44 comments on “15 Brilliant Vegan Thanksgiving Stuffing Ideas”

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Douglas Gray
1 Years Ago

Rick Smith


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Rick Smith
19 Nov 2014

Thank you Ranger Buddy!!

Rick Smith
19 Nov 2014

Check this out Robin Denick Davis...I have my eye on a few for us

Douglas Gray
19 Nov 2014

Can't find it but Vegan recipes for Thanksgiving link came across my Facebook page a week or two ago had great ideas I must've skipped it because I can't find it my activity. I'll check this one out thanks bro!

Robin Denick Davis
19 Nov 2014

Wow Rick Smith…you are perusing vegan sites! this is scary! LOL!

Gary Ouzts
1 Years Ago

Laura Wyle Ennis, ideas for Connor and Katie


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Tammie Bolesworth
1 Years Ago

Michelle Erin Gurr


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Ruth Sinfuego
1 Years Ago

Good one Leslie North


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Leslie North
19 Nov 2014

Huh...what?

Megan Hoffman
1 Years Ago

Dana Kaiser Henry. Tracy Ruth. Christina Latona Cochran.:)


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Dana Kaiser Henry
19 Nov 2014

Yum yum. Thanks!

Jana Leland
1 Years Ago

nice!


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Caroline Olivia Hudson
1 Years Ago

Some of these sound delicious! Miranda Wood


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Handey Oddo
1 Years Ago

Tracy Shuffler Keeton


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Patti Bartsch
1 Years Ago

That looks soooooo good!


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Christine Acorn Apsch
1 Years Ago

Gina Gina Apsch


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