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Daily Sound Bite: Thanksgiving Dinner Transformed

The traditional American Thanksgiving meal has morphed in recent years as consumers cook for diners with dietary restrictions. Holidays without meat, dairy, gluten and carbohydrates are becoming the norm. The whole family's diet can change for one person.

The traditional American Thanksgiving has morphed in recent years as consumers cook for diners with dietary restrictions. Holidays without meat, dairy, gluten and carbohydrates are becoming the norm. Daniel Albaugh, a personal trainer in Houston, said his family feasts on Tofurky rather than the traditional fowl. Albaugh said:

We outnumber them now. They don't mind it. We gradually stopped accommodating the meat eaters.

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