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Martha’s Veg Thanksgiving

Martha Stewart hosts a vegetarian Thanksgiving on her television show.

On Thursday, homemaking maven Martha Stewart devoted an entire episode of The Martha Stewart Show to a vegetarian Thanksgiving celebration. Stewart, whose daughter Alexis is vegetarian, welcomed a host of veg-friendly guests, including chef Jeremy Fox of California's Ubuntu, Eating Animals author Jonathan Safran Foer, and Food, Inc., filmmaker Robert Kenner. Fox showed Stewart how to prepare a holiday stuffing made with celery root, Swiss chard, and persimmons, and he cooked other scrumptious side dishes for a meat-free holiday meal. Foer discussed the impact omnivorous diets have on health and the environment, and Kenner explained food business politics.

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