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Win a Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner from Native Foods Cafe

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Not sure what to serve for your Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner?

Enter to win Native Foods Café’s Native Wellington ($39.95 value) – a spin on the traditional Beef Wellington. The decadent dish is a delicious, homemade vegan entrée ideal for holiday dinners and edible gift-giving ideas.

You’ll get an elegant puff-pastry filled with savory Native Seitan, kale, portobello mushrooms, orange-glazed yams, stuffing and caramelized onions. Is your mouth watering yet?

The Native Wellington comes frozen with easy cooking instructions (bake for one hour) and is accompanied by 16-ounces of savory, made-from-scratch shallot-mushroom gravy. It serves 6-8 people, enough for your family, although, you might not want to share.

Online orders for Thanksgiving Day and the December holidays can be made by visiting www.nativefoods.com.

Click over to our Ecorazzi Eats Facebook page to enter! UPDATE: Congrats to Carine in Orange County, CA! Thanks to everyone who entered!

Entries accepted through Sunday, November 20, 2011 at 11:59pm. One winner will be selected and notified by Monday, November 21. The prize will be automatically shipped to the address provided. For complete rules, visit www.ecorazzi.com/rules.

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