A Bean Sauce was monumentally constructed infusing Chipotle Peppers with Refried Beans, Almond Milk, Tofurky™ Chorizo, Roasted Corn and Pico de Gallo with careful effort before evolving ever so slightly into a separate Bean Dip. Sliced Cheican (Gardein™ Scappolini), Black Beans, Onion, Avocado and Scallions were added for the Dip.
Pizza Dough was slapped with Bean Sauce on half before being topped generously with Daiya, Spinach, Onion, Tomato, Avocado, Olive and Cheican Strips. The unused dough was folded onto sealing these Taco ingredients ever so tight. Baked to a slight color the Calzoni was topped and baked with more Daiya on top. The Calzoni was sliced and served with the Bean Dip.
Escaping from a sometimes meat & dairy substitute overload, these Tacos exclude any of that. Chunky Guacamole and lightly roasted Potatoes are ever gratifying and truly meaty enough for any Taco lover.
- Corn Tortilla (36) @ $1.99 = $0.05 per serving
- Guacamole (15) @ $2.75 = $0.18 per serving
- Corn (5) @ $1.79 = $0.036 per serving
- Potato (15) @ $2.55 = $0.17 per serving
- Lettuce (24) @ $0.98 = $0.04 per serving
- Tomato (8) @ $1.89 = $0.24 per serving
- Seasonings (Garlic, Cayenne, SeaSalt, Pepper & light oil) = $0.08 per serving
The chopped Potatoes, Corn and seasonings were tossed and roasted before being tossed with Iceberg Lettuce and chunky Guacamole. The Corn Tortillas were warmed by flame, stuffed with the animal-free Potatoes and topped with chopped Tomatoes.
I don’t know if a Taco could be any easier to prepare. And at $1.12 per serving, I don’t know how much more economical a hearty & healthy Taco could be.
Vegenaise, Horseradish, Smoked Poblano Powder, Lemon Juice, diced Dill Pickle, Ⓥ Parm, diced Carrot, Pepper and Garlic Powder were combined and mixed together, Veganly.
A small lightly oiled pan was stuffed with dough before being layed with wonderful ingredients. Ⓥ Smart ‘bacon’, Garbanzo Beans, the Dressing previously stated above, Daiya, diced Onion, Sauerkraut, Ⓥ Parm and light Basil topped this Pi so high. When you look up in the sky and the Moon hits your eye like a big Pizza Pi, that’s Ⓥ Reuben Pi.
Riding to work early to beat the rain
Raindrops fall, instantly rushing adrenaline into my vein
Flip my backwards cycling cap about, tall,
Ensuring water-free sight
Cadencing my pedals with all my might,
Three tanish/brown blurs past the river to the right,
Galloply pass me to seek the bleak sheltering trees,
Three deer seemigly sprinting in fear.
Go explore, feel, see places. Traveling too fast misses true beauty, nature-the purist. These instances happen and help visualize why. Drink a (good) Beer. Enjoy something different. Take a Pic. Make your own Food.
A quick comparision between Flour Tortillas and Corn Tortillas. The comparision was between Mission (™) Flour Tortillas (20 in package) @ $2.99 = $0.15 per serving & El Milagro (™) Corn Tortillas (36 in package) @ $1.39 = $0.04 per serving.
Flour Tortilla = 110 calories, 3 g protein, 2.5 g fat, 18 g carbs
Corn Tortilla = 50 calories, 1 g protein, 0 g fat, 12 g carb
Ride a Bike. Drink a Beer. Make your own Food. Take Pics.
This story starts out going for a bicycle ride to the most Vegan friendly grocery store, which happens to be the furthest, to grab ingredients and good Beer being craved.
Dissecting road and trail angles, bends and hills with wind in the face and blood rushed variables, through town and through the brain, the mind opens and ponders craved ingredients into a recipe concept.
After purchases are made, the mind Rides developing certain techniques of how these ingredients can come together.
A stop is made in a beautiful park. A Beer is enjoyed. A few pictures are captured. The miniature journey continues and evolves into a day of Bike Riding, Creating and (somewhat responsible:) Consumption.
Workdays interrupt these days from happening consecutively, but not by much.