How to feed the vegetarian at your table this Thanksgiving


Quorn Turk'y Roast

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The other day we took a look at how you can prepare a delicious and festive but low-key Thanksgiving meal for two. Today, we'll take a look at how you can ensure the vegetarians who may be lurking at your dinner tables don't get left out. It's really easy, too!

Make room in the oven for the Quorn Turk'y Roast. It will not only make the vegetarians happy, but also, if there are any leftovers, it makes tasty turkey sandwiches. That's good news for meat-eaters who are counting calories and trying not to blow their hard work now that the holidays are here.

Don't worry! You don't have to go vegetarian full-time if you don't want to. But if you are counting calories or trying your best to eat a healthier diet, then take a close look at these numbers: Quorn's Turk'y Roast has 82% less cholesterol than turkey meat per serving.


Consider making the switch once in a while. Your waistline will thank you! Plus, you'll feed a vegetarian on Thanksgiving Day and get to enjoy tasty leftovers on Black Friday. It's win-win, really.