Ideas for a Standout Vegan Thanksgiving

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The vegan diet has been around for thousands of years, going back to the ancient Greeks. The modern vegan movement really gained steam in the 1940s. This is when the animal-free movement made an impression on mainstream culture. Its achievements included the commemoration of World Vegan Day as well as the coining, in 1944, of the term "Veganism".

Being a vegan has many benefits, both for the vegan and for nature. For nature, veganism allows greater harmony with life. Avoiding meat and animal products allows the proliferation of livestock and alleviates the burden on these animals. In turn, the vegan benefits by enjoying a diet that avoids some drawbacks of animal products. For example, avoiding meat and dairy products helps avoid meat-borne illnesses.

With these benefits in mind, find out how to create a memorable Thanksgiving at home using Vegan principles.