Thanksgiving is my all time favorite holiday. Family and food and no commercializing to ruin it like Christmas. Of course it will be different this year...looks like we will forego a get together. But generally speaking I love Thanksgiving the best.
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Excellent, thank you and I will look for those! I am planning on picking up today or tomorrow so hopefully they will have them in stock still...I love the Gardein Turkey rolls, which, I believe are a smaller version of that bigger roast. The gravy is very good also.
I would suggest buying them soon, if you seem them available for sale, as they tend to sell out quickly.
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Last year I bought one of each of the holiday roasts they sell at my local market, Gardein, Field Roast, and Tofurkey.
Nut roast was too nutty for me--but what if you combined it with seitan?I thought the Tofurky roast was vile. Sadly I had made it for my first vegetarian thanksgiving in 2004 and it made an awful impression on the family. They still make fun of me for it.
Gardein was good. I don’t recall if I tried the Field Roast.
Nut roasts are the way to go for me now. With stuffing and gravy it will always be my go to holiday dish.