Yes, you can eat all the appetizers, sides, and desserts.
It seems like Thanksgiving can be a major challenge if you're following a ketogenic diet — all those carb-loaded stuffings, sweet potatoes, and pies are just staring you in the face, daring you to cheat. But creating a keto-friendly feast is easier than you think. You can gobble up as much turkey as you want (go for the fattier dark meat), then indulge a few of these decadent, fat-filled side dishes and desserts that fit in with your diet and will have even your non-keto friends and family swooning with delight. Take a peek at our favorite keto-approved Thanksgiving recipes.
Jimee: In the campaign leading up to the election of 2008, John McCain was faced with a similar protester. As I'm sure most of you can guess (or remember), McCain handled it very differently. Security people began to hustle the protester out when McCain stopped them. Words to the effect: "No! Leave him alone! Sir, I understand you disagree. Please, keep your seat and pay attention and I'll do my best to change your mind. But, even if I don't, you're welcome here. God Bless America where we can disagree." The crowd stood and cheered. John McCain: A republican with class. I miss those days.