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Would You Consider Eating a Plant-Based Turkey For a Holiday Dinner?

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Would You Consider Eating a Plant-Based Turkey For a Holiday Dinner?

Here’s the Scoop

In an age where traditional values and customs are increasingly being challenged by progressive agendas, the latest trend hitting the holiday tables is the plant-based turkey. This alternative to the classic, time-honored centerpiece of holiday feasts represents more than just a shift in dietary preferences; it’s a symbol of the broader cultural and ideological shift sweeping our nation.

As environmental and animal rights activists push for a move away from meat consumption, citing a range of reasons from animal welfare to climate change concerns, many Americans are left pondering the implications of abandoning long-standing traditions. The question is not just about taste or health, but about the preservation of cultural heritage and the resistance to the relentless push towards radical change in every aspect of daily life.

This poll seeks to gauge where our readers stand on this issue: Would you consider replacing the traditional holiday turkey with a plant-based alternative? Is this an acceptable nod to modern dietary trends and environmental concerns, or a step too far in the erosion of cherished traditions? Your opinion is a vital part of this conversation about the intersection of culture, tradition, and modern societal shifts. Vote now and let us know whether a plant-based turkey has a place at your holiday table.

What do you think? Let us know by participating in our poll, or join the discussion in the comment section below!



  1. Donald R Cook

    November 28, 2023 at 7:36 am

    Plants are for the animals, to eat. Animals are made for man to eat. this is God’s plan. You Idiots like Bill Gates and others can kiss me where the sun doesn’t shine.

  2. Merlin

    November 28, 2023 at 11:02 am

    Marie Antoinette is alleged to have said “let them eat cake”. Apparently Joe Biden would have us eat tofu and fungus. Obviously this is another part of his green plan. And if they are concerned about animal welfare, why has the government been killing off wild horses? It has also been report that cattle on government grazing lands have been killed. Personally I don’t like plant based substitutes! I enjoy my beef, pork ribs, chicken, and natural ice cream. They can take their tofu burgers and feed them to the hogs.

  3. Alton

    November 28, 2023 at 11:08 am

    Even GOD gives us a choice; anything forced on us will never be for our own good. if I could ever invent something, why would I not want to force the world to pay me for it?

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