Surviving Thanksgiving with an Eating Disorder

Of all the holidays I celebrate, Thanksgiving is my least favorite. This shouldn’t come as a surprise; that I, an introverted vegetarian recovering from an eating disorder, do not enjoy a day where large groups of people gather to eat large amounts of rich and meaty food. But it almost always does.

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Cornbread

This New England-style cornbread pairs especially well with a warm bowl of chili or soup. Alternatively, for a sweet snack, we enjoy ours spread with honey or pumpkin butter.

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Focaccia Bread

This Italian oven-baked flatbread has a crispy exterior and a soft interior, similar to a pizza without the sauce and cheese. It’s fairly easy to make and pairs well with many meals, although we especially enjoy it alongside soup.

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Gazpacho

This popular cold soup tastes the best in the summer when garden-fresh vegetables are plentiful. It can be spicy, tangy, or mild depending on how you portion the ingredients and served pureed Spanish style or chunky Californian style.

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