With Thanksgiving fast approaching, may I suggest an alternative idea for Thanksgiving day our calorie counting friends may consider. Tofu.
Not everybody is comfortable with the idea of eating turkeys, which are, let's face it, living organisms, like dogs, or celery. You may wonder, Is there a more humanitarian option that you can serve for Thanksgiving dinner? There certainly is. It's tofu, a semi-foodlike substance secreted by soybeans as a defense mechanism. Tofu can be used as a high-protein meat substitute, as well as a denture adhesive or tile grout. In its natural state, tofu is tasteless and odorless, but if you form it into a turkey-shaped lump, season it well, add gravy and bake it for two hours in a shallow pan at 350 degrees, you can also use it for minor driveway repairs.