At a time when most people in the U.S. are looking forward to a Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings, Preston Nelson is once again touting the vegan life as more healthy and "life-affirming" in his Nov. 26 letter. At first, I found his reasons for chucking the turkey at Thanksgiving quite hilarious, but then who is he to tell us how we should eat. So I decided to look at his points one by one.
In addition, are there usable leftovers with tofurkey, and will dogs like it, too? I think not. So if Mr. Nelson wants to lead the vegan life and feel that by doing so, he will live longer, go ahead. However, in the meantime, leave the rest of us alone to eat our turkey dinners.
Carol St. Peter