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5 Creative Vegetable and Fruit Turkey Platters

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Knocking on the door of Thanksgiving, it’s once again time to honor those individuals choosing to save a life and instead bring a “vegetable turkey platter” to the table. Below are some of our favorite sourced from around the web. For anyone thinking of doing something similar, we hope these provide a bit of inspiration for the holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!

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This beautiful arrangement courtesy of MomsSavingMoney.com | Hit the recipe here.

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Adorable. | Photo credit and idea via cleanandscentsible.com

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This veg-option could easily go vegan by substituting the cheese with melon. | Via

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The marshmallows/pepper feet are a nice touch. | Credit/Recipe: happyhomefairy.com

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Simple, easy – and crackers. | Photo credit and idea: Brimful Curiosities

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Since some people like to start early | Step-by-step instructions here.

Main photo and recipe courtesy of momendeavors.com. Jump here for a great step-by-step

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