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Celebrating without the turkey
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Lisa Anderson works at the Whole Foods Co-op in Duluth, which sells two brands of meat-free "turkeys." Anderson is a vegetarian, and she's making Thanksgiving dinner at her house this year. She's serving meatless loaf, and all the usual Thanksgiving side dishes. (MPR Photo/Chris Julin)

Duluth, Minn. — Thanksgiving Day is commonly known as Turkey Day, a day for feasting on fowl. But what about people who don't eat turkey? We thought we'd find some alternatives at a co-op grocery store.

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