Veggieducken--The Vegetarian Turducken

Although I perfer a succulent platyturpig, some meatlovers enjoy a turducken for Thanksgiving. That's a chicken shoved inside a duck which is in turn shoved inside a turkey. This is a clever vegetarian alternative. The veggieducken consists of yams cooked inside stuffing which is cooked inside a banana squash.

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Squash and stuffing and yams are all nice things to have on Thanksgiving. There is really no need to mash them together. I can't imagine it improves any of them in the process. Because we vegetarians couldn't just rise above holiday, no, we have to come up with stuff like this that resembles the omnivores' bad ideas in order to feel like we have something good enough to be an entree. It's tragic, like the least popular kid in the class attempting to ape the style of the most popular. Not that I've ever been in that position. Anyway, c'mon folks, there is enough food available on Thanksgiving that you will get enough to eat. If you *have* to have a vegetarian entree, just make a nice stuffed eggplant or a chickpea curry that everyone can enjoy and be done with it.
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I love me some meat, but this still seems like an awesome side for a turducken.

BTW, where do you find the platypus for your meals? My local supplier only has dried out chewy ones for sale, none of the fresh, juicy ones like you get back home.
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