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Monday, January 7, 2013

Tacos: A Vegetarian Recipe

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Becoming a vegetarian takes some getting used to, mentally and physically. Three years ago when I decided to omit meat products, my body was tired all the time, which made me light headed frequently. Soon, I realized there were substitutes for protein. I found myself eating more protein as a vegetarian than if I weren't. I no longer am a full vegetarian. I eat white meat. However, I still buy soy products because I got accustomed to them. I honestly only eat turkey or chicken when my boyfriend or family cooks it or if I'm out at a restaurant. Eating out was probably the biggest challenge for me. I love Mexican food, so I would substitute beans for meat in a burrito. I often ordered cheese quesadillas.
It was great, though, when I would go into a Mexican restaurant in Kalamazoo, MI, I could easily make any dish vegetarian. You would never realize until you stop eating meat, how many restaurants won't acclimate their meals to customer's diet. At home, I started playing around with different meals. I have come to love my vegetarian tacos. If you're a full-fledged meat eater, you can tell the difference in the meat. I can't tell the difference between soy grounded meat and grounded beef anymore. I just prefer soy. Anyway, my taco recipe I have perfected down to the added spices. Maybe this won't work with regular meat, but for my vegetarians, try my simple taco recipe:
• Morning Star or Boca soy products work best; Place the 'meat' in the microwave for 5 minutes. This softens it. Break up the 'meat' on a greased skillet.
• Add taco seasoning, which you can purchase at any grocery store. While the meat is seasoning, add a pinch of minced onion and chili powder. This adds something different to the soy meat.
• Once the meat is prepared, add your toppings, like lettuce and shredded cheese. I personally enjoy adding hot sauce for an extra kick to my taco.
The choice to become a vegetarian is solely personal to most people. I did it for better heart health, which is why I still omit red meat from my diet more often than not. I can't lie and say I don't like bacon. Bacon's smell is just so inviting! At any rate, it's a hard decision to stop eating a whole food group. You have to find ways to compensate and new recipes to love.
I recommend visiting http://www.miranchito.org to learn more about Kalamazoo Mexican Restaurant.

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