A meatless vegetable, lentil and tofu burger that has awesome texture and tastes great, too. Size of burgers is optional. Make small ones and eat like "nuggets" as a snack food or appetizer. They can also be pressed onto a bamboo skewer or pop-stick for a veggie sate effect. I have been cooking professionally for 25+ years and I tend to write recipes that have a lot of leeway and variation built into them. I apologize. The most important thing about this recipe is this: After the "batter" has chilled, if it is not a bit heavy and paste like, you need to add more flour, or even some fresh or dried whole wheat bread crumbs. Egg rings are also good to use to help form them into shape. Once you have cooked them they may be frozen and then defrosted. You can also put them onto a BBQ after the first cooking to give them a BBQ taste. This stuff is pretty much bullet proof, so have some fun with it. Don't tell your kids they are healthy and you might be surprised at the reaction when they do eat them. I have also breaded and fried them after cooking once and then prepared them Parmesan style with mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce with a side of pasta. And, I have stuffed them into burritos, too. Again, use your imagination and enjoy. Bean appetite!