You know what Turkeys, are thankful for on Thanksgiving? Vegetarians… & that’s me!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. To celebrate we are making a homemade tofurkey, baked potato salad (from Michigan according to the NYT), vegetarian-ized sourdough stuffing (A California thanksgiving item according to the NYT), green bean casserole, some classy cranberry sauce from the can, and sweet potato pie. It my 7th year making a “traditional” tofurkey – which is made slightly different every year. I miss visiting my family back in Michigan over the holiday, but they don’t appreciate a good tofurky anyway ;)
But the real question is: What do wild turkeys eat for thanksgiving? Well I took the liberty of typing it into google and:
Wild Turkeys eat a great variety of foods, including: insects, spiders, snails, slugs, salamanders, small lizards, small frogs, millipedes, grasshoppers, very small snakes, worms, grasses, vines, flowers,acorns, buds, seeds, fruits, clovers, dogwood, blueberries, cherries, hickory nuts, beechnuts, and other vegetation.
Not my cup of tea, but whatever floats your boat wild turkeys. I hope everyone was a safe, happy, & healthy thanksgiving! I’m pulling for the turkeys today ;)