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    Vegan Tacos

    All Vegan! (And therefore Vegetarian, Dairy-free, Lactose-Free, Egg-free, and Cholesterol-free!) CATEGORIES: Vegan + Mexican “Tacos” + Vegan + Mexican Cover Photo by ms_bold

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    From Cooking Light by way of the Cafe Cyan. Note other types of Seitan can be used.

    Recipe #200154

    A healthier and meat-free alternative to regular tacos.

    Recipe #8934

    This is a vegetarian recipe given to me by a friend. Me and my boyfriend eat it all the time. He claims it reminds him of his mothers tacos (which contain meat!) This recipe is easy to make and doesn't take up alot of time to prepare and cook. I usually use the "hot" taco seasoning to add spice. ENJOY!!

    Recipe #100098

    15 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I was first attracted to this recipe because I'm a big Beatles fan, and secondly because it's a good vegan recipe. Pretty easy to make, and delicious!

    Recipe #20076

    Meatiness without the meat!

    Recipe #126993

    5 Reviews |  By yogi

    Delicious substitute for taco meat. You can go all raw and wrap this in lettuce leaves or use regular taco shells. Great topped with your favorite salsa and guacamole or even in a taco salad.

    Recipe #126925

    From Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #167100

    This is a recipe which I have adapted from the Australian Women's Weekly Vegetarian cookbook. Not only is it quick and easy, but it tastes great, and is good for you. It's also a handy dish for those who can't eat meat or dairy, and by using wheat-free tortillas you can keep your gluten-intolerant friends happy too.

    Recipe #160590

    A very quick meal to prepare.

    Recipe #67300

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    Make sure to have plenty of lime on hand, that really makes the recipe for me!

    Recipe #43231

    I love tofu and this is a recipe that I adapted from Sunset Magazine. The original recipe calls for cabbage, I use lettuce instead. Use cabbage if you desire.

    Recipe #64284

    2 Reviews |  By SlmMoon

    I got this recipe from a animal rights activist group flier, and its really good! The recipe is vegan, but sometimes I top them with cheese. I've never made it with the yeast, so I'm not sure how that tastes.

    Recipe #124146

    10 Reviews |  By Roosie

    I got this recipe from hillbillyhousewife.com, but a reviewer has informed me that this is originally from Joanne Stepaniak's "Uncheese Cookbook." (Thanks!) I think it tastes best after mellowing in the fridge overnight. This "cheese" may be sliced thinly and used on sandwiches. It is magnificent with sliced tomatoes or fried tofu. It makes a decent grilled "cheese" sandwich, especially with some fake bacon. This recipe does not taste exactly like real dairy cheese. I think it tastes better than soy cheese though, and when you have been without dairy cheese for a while, this cheeze is remarkable satisfying. Agar works just like gelatin. Gelatin is made from animal bones and hooves. Agar is made from sea vegetables. Powdered agar can replace gelatin measure for measure. One tablespoon agar flakes is equal to 1 teaspoon powdered agar.

    Recipe #130826


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