Eco-Thanksgiving, what to eat, what not to eat. Part 1: The turkey

Another Thanksgiving is upon us, and so too, the endless quibbling about the gobbler, and other food matters.

Does the big meal require a big roast beast? That is one central question. But not the only one. In today’s foodie world, navigating the eco opportunities of both the carnivorous and vegan/vegetarian pathways to celebrating this most traditional of holidays is an adventure that could leave you scratching your head in the pantry instead of chopping celery at 7 a.m., as you must if dinner is to be ready by 2 p.m..