In case you’ve never heard of it, Tofurky is a Turkey alternative made of tofu which is popular with vegetarians at this time of year.

Jazz Shaw of Hot Air reports that it’s a hit with Millennials:

Behold how millennials are now trying to ruin Thanksgiving

Get off my lawn.

Now that we’ve got that bit of business out of the way, on to the latest news of how millennials are destroying America. Caitlin Gibson at the Washington Post digs into a recent survey of social practices which shows that millennials are doing away with traditional Thanksgiving dinner preparations and “mixing things up” at the feast table. And yes… it’s every bit as horrific as it sounds.

If your holiday plans include friends or relatives from the millennial generation, odds are high that you might find a few less-than-traditional dishes on the Turkey Day menu: A recent Yahoo Food survey of more than 1,000 Americans age 18 and older showed that 20- and 30-somethings are driving a Thanksgiving dinner (r)evolution…

But what does this mean for a holiday steeped in tradition? It may mean pork instead of turkey, or more vegetarian options, or new twists on time-honored staples. Millennials (anyone currently age 18 to 34, per the Pew Research Center) are more likely to offer up more healthful versions of traditionally gluttonous recipes…

Andrew Kohout, 33, of Laytonsville, Md., and his wife are hosting one Thanksgiving dinner and attending another, so non-traditional entrees such as ham (and Tofurky and smoked turkey) have found their way onto the family menu to avoid repetition, he says.

CNN recently did a video report on the disgusting non-meat substance:


We hope you’re enjoying a real turkey this Thanksgiving.


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