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Swapping out a traditional turkey with something like Turtle Island Foods’ Tofurky, a pre-cooked tofu-wheat protein blend made without any animal products, is one way to show your environmental commitment this Thanksgiving.

Dear EarthTalk: Any tips for how to make my Thanksgiving greener and less wasteful this year? — Melissa W., Boston

Ah, Thanksgiving! For many of us, it’s the favorite holiday because it revolves around togetherness and inclusiveness and preparing and eating our favorite foods — and usually doesn’t include any overt commercialism. But just because you don’t have to buy and wrap gifts doesn’t mean Thanksgiving is necessarily green, although there are lots of little things you can do to make it more that way.

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