Nourishing Your Soul: Plant-Based Thanksgiving Feast Ideas - Chef Cynthia Louise
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Plant-based Thanksgiving Feast

As Thanksgiving is getting closer, many of us are excitedly looking forward to gathering with our loved ones, enjoying the cool weather, and savoring the delicious feast that’s a hallmark of this cherished holiday. While Thanksgiving customs often revolve around the traditional turkey centerpiece, it’s important to realize that a lavish and soul-satisfying meal can be equally, if not more, gratifying when it’s plant-based.

In this blog, you’ll discover a wide range of plant-based recipes that will inspire you. These recipes highlight the beauty and adaptability of seasonal ingredients. You’ll find mouthwatering alternatives to the usual Thanksgiving dishes that will leave your taste buds delighted and your heart content.

This recipe, shepherd’s pie, requires cooking the filling first, sauteing all the veggies in one pan then finishing the entire dish in the oven. It’s a one-pot (pan) recipe that’s so filling, warming, and filled with old-fashioned flavour.

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Each recipe uses simple real ingredients and step by step is put together to bring so much ease to your home kitchen along with an incredible amount of flavour, health, and joy. Small simple changes that 100% affect your internal organs are key to keeping your health up and your weight down. Your body is your temple. Fact. When you eat food made from real ingredients that are mostly plants you become energized. Your gut, mental, and heart health are protected and start to flourish.

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When cooked well, eggplants become richer and are a fantastic carrier of flavor. Eggplant or Aubergines which is (the French word for eggplant) come in a lot of varieties, though in America, mostly see the large, shiny, black globe eggplants, unless you shop in ethnic grocery stores. This recipe is moorish. Holds well. And if you don’t eat it all in one go like us, it’s just as good if not better the next day. Follow my video instructions closely and don’t forget to let it sit in the tin for at least 30 minutes before you cut it up. 

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My Thoughts

So, this Thanksgiving, consider trying out some of the plant-based feast ideas we’ve discussed in this blog. Your taste buds, your body, and the world around you will thank you. As you gather around the table with friends and family, you’ll not only nourish your bodies but also your souls, celebrating the abundance of the season and the beautiful harmony that comes from choosing a plant-based way of life. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Chef Cynthia Louise xx


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About the Author

Chef Cynthia Louise is an Internationally acclaimed MasterChef, speaker, author, restaurant consultant, teacher and television presenter in wholefood, dairy-free cooking. She also has the worlds first online cooking classes focused on dairy-free plant-based whole foods with recipes that people are raving about and changing people's health, one delicious bite at a time. Chef Cynthia loves nothing more than educating people about the simplicity and vitality of a plant-based, whole foods lifestyle. Each dish is like art on a plate and her flavour combinations nourish the soul and get everyone talking.

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