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VegNews Giveaway: Vegan Thanksgiving Feast

Don't miss your chance to win a dream Thanksgiving meal, dessert included.

It's that time of year again—the time for our annual Vegan Thanksgiving Feast giveaway! Here at VegNews, we love Thanksgiving and the challenge of veganizing every last dish. With Tofurky Day just around the corner, we want VN readers to have the holiday feast of their dreams, and have enlisted the help of vegan restaurant Native Foods Café to make this a reality. How does puff pastry filled with sumptuous layers of portobello mushrooms, organic kale, orange-glazed yams, caramelized onions, stuffing, and seitan sound, all topped off with a shallot-mushroom gravy? The Native Wellington is almost too good to be true, and one may have your name on it. In addition, you'll receive a box of luscious caramel desserts from artisan confectionery, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, with such delights as vanilla bean caramel sauce, caramel turtles, caramel candy bars, chocolate caramel fudge, caramel corn, and more. Simply tell us the one dish you're most looking forward to this Thanksgiving (fluffy mashed potatoes? roasted Brussels sprouts? soy nog with vegan whipped cream?), and we'll randomly select one winner on Friday, November 16 @ 5pm PT to receive this holiday feast at their doorstep just in time for Thanksgiving. Good luck!

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