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i have read several times that something very similar to tofu can be made from fava beans.

which by the way are good on a burrito. (to stay on topic :lol: )

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i have read several times that something very similar to tofu can be made from fava beans.

which by the way are good on a burrito. (to stay on topic :lol: )


I've heard of lentils and blackbean "tofus" too, that sounds interesting to try, burritos or not.

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I have heard of chickpea tofu. If I remember right, it is from Burma and is popular there.

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You can make tofu with pretty much any bean.... just get a tofu press.

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I became curious right after my last post. It is made in a very different way and involves the whole bean, but it is similar I suppose.
http://www.netcooks.com/recipes/Salads/ ... .Tofu.html

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Tonight I made 2 burritos for dinner. The theme I was going for was "How much S#!? can I put on this tortilla and it still taste good?".

On that tortilla is brown rice, black beans, peppers, onion, tomato, broccoli, zucchini (I'm almost positive I ruined the spelling on that), avocado, and mushroom. It was actually really good, and I had a lot of the chopped veggies left over, so I combined them in a bowl with another avocado and made a....Topping Salad.

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I'm game for all of that other than the broccoli. I love broccoli but some things just should be stuffed where they don't belong


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I'm game for all of that other than the broccoli. I love broccoli but some things just should be stuffed where they don't belong


It would have been a lot better if I didn't use as much, and I sauteed some of those veggies first, including the broccoli.

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Is this thread strictly for proper burritos, or can variations like taquitos and chimichanga be discussed here as well?

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Daniel wrote:
Is this thread strictly for proper burritos, or can variations like taquitos and chimichanga be discussed here as well?


Anything that'll make us hungry. :)

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Cool! I should try living it up and have burritos morning, noon and night.

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Daniel wrote:
Cool! I should try living it up and have burritos morning, noon and night.


That sounds like a good 3 of us on this forum, though I'm not eating as many these days.

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Going to get some bean burritos in Portland. About one month to go.....
Tex mex is maybe the only food that is better in the US than here.

BEAN BURRITOS!!!!!!!

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Portland will rock you! We're having a blast here and burritos are all over the place 8)

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