Vegan Thanksgiving to Go! 5 Places That Offer Takeout or Delivery Options

From www.peta.org
By
Katherine Sullivan
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

Not a cook? That’s OK. For Thanksgiving, you can get prepared vegan foods from grocery stores, order takeout, or use these meal-delivery services. Interested? Then peruse these options:

The Butcher’s Son

Order your vegan Thanksgiving feast from The Butcher’s Son via Mylk Guys, an all-vegan online grocery store. Impress your guests with the vegan deli’s Stuffed Crispy Skin Turkey Roast, Sausage Stuffing, Classic Eggnog, and Whole Cheesecake.

Order your vegan Thanksgiving dinner from The Butcher’s Son. >>

The Herbivorous Butcher

The Herbivorous Butcher in Minneapolis is another all-vegan delicatessen serving up some epic Thanksgiving delivery options. For $120, you can get a Turkey-Free Feast—including Stuffed Turkey, Butternut Squasage, Meatloaf, Pesto Havarti, and Herb Feta—delivered right to your door.

Order your Turkey-Free Feast from The Herbivorous Butcher. >>

Purple Carrot

We know and love Purple Carrot for its year-round vegan meal-delivery services, but the PETA Business Friend offers a seasonal vegan Thanksgiving dinner, too. For just $65, you’ll get a Hasselback Butternut Squash with Cider Glaze & Rosemary Pecan Dukkah, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Oyster Mushrooms & Garlic Kimchi Butter, Rustic Ciabatta Stuffing with Root Vegetables & Herb Sausage, Cranberry Sauce, Classic Gravy, and a Cranberry Citrus Cake with Coconut Whipped Cream & Crystalized Ginger. (Note: This is a meal kit, which means you’ll save a trip to the store and enjoy family time in the kitchen using the kit’s easy-to-follow instructions.)

Order by November 19 to get yours delivered the week of November 25. >>

Veggie Grill

What would a vegan takeout list be without a Veggie Grill mention? For the umpteenth November in a row, you can get your vegan Thanksgiving to go from everyone’s favorite fast-casual vegan restaurant chain. The holiday feast comes complete with a holiday roast, apple sausage stuffing, green beans with almonds and orange butter, mashed yams, cauli-mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, and cranberry sauce and is available for pickup on Wednesday, November 27, only.

Find your local Veggie Grill and pre-order today. >>

Whole Foods Market

Last but not least, pick up your vegan holiday meal this year from your local Whole Foods. The best part (other than that it’s vegan) is that you have options! Choose from Chef Jenné Claiborne’s Vegan Meal for 2 (think Mushroom Étouffée and Braised Collard Greens with Tomatoes), a Vegan Meal for 4 (featuring The Herbivorous Butcher’s Vegan Stuffed Turk’y), or pick and choose which individual dishes you want to create your own custom vegan Thanksgiving dinner.

Order your vegan holiday feast from your local Whole Foods store. >>


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Check Your Favorite Local Vegan-Friendly Eateries

If none of the chains above tickles your taste buds, try asking local vegan or vegan-friendly restaurants if they offer a vegan Thanksgiving to go. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, hit up Krimsey’s Cajun Kitchen, Follow Your Heart Market & Café

… or try Café Gratitude for some sides and pies. If you’re in or near New York City, consider ordering your feast from Harlem’s Seasoned Vegan.

Near Washington, D.C.? Roots Market has you covered.

If you’re lucky enough to live in Seattle, order yourself a vegan Thanksgiving feast from Plum Bistro—you’ll be thankful that you did.

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Spend less time in the kitchen and more with family and friends this holiday by ordering from one of the options above. For even more selections, see what Trader Joe’s offers:

Your Entire Vegan Thanksgiving Feast Is at Trader Joe’s

Would you prefer to make a few dishes yourself? We’ve got you covered there, too. Check out these vegan Thanksgiving side dish recipes:

Vegan Thanksgiving Side Dishes—Complete With Tutorials

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