Some will regard it as being as traditional as pulling crackers, opening gifts and watching The Queen’s speech.
Turkey has been a Christmas tradition in Britain since the 16th Century.
However, according to a study done by Whole Foods, 40% of houses will not serve turkey this Christmas.
And, 10% of households will enjoy a completely vegetarian Christmas dinner.
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Over a quarter of survey respondents said that one guest at their holiday table is vegan, gluten-free or vegetarian, and therefore, more households are rethinking serving meat and dairy.
The older generation, however, seem to be more mired in tradition, with 82% of those aged 55 or older saying they will be having turkey on Christmas Day.
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