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Cool man! We've got two near us. I tooled around the menu, and you can in fact get tofu on just about everything.

 

If you scroll to the bottom of the page and click on nutrition, you can get interactive nutrition information on everything. Interactive in that you can add and subtract all of the ingredients on the item to customize/veganize. We had fun watching the cholesterol drop to zero! The sodium though is out of this world, 100% RDA or 2,000+ miligrams on practically every burrito combination.

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Kat and I stumbled into one when we were on vacation at the beach and did not have many vegan-friendly restaurants to choose from. We were really happy to discover the tofu. We've been a few times since (found one near where K used to work). It's pretty good if you are away from home and looking for somewhere quick and convenient to eat.

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You Americans should consider yourself lucky to have Mexico south of your border. Tex-mex is just awesome!!!

We have germany. All they have is bratwurst and pork

 

well, there's england and netherlands.. not so far away from where you are.... they have a lot more vegan-friendly stuff than mexico does...

germany has a big number of vegetarians, don't they?

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You Americans should consider yourself lucky to have Mexico south of your border. Tex-mex is just awesome!!!

We have germany. All they have is bratwurst and pork

 

We are lucky to have Mexico there! The cuisine is fantastic and they export enormous quantities of avocados to the U.S.

 

But, we've got the German thing covered too. Tofurkey Beer Brats are awesome!

 

http://www.tofurky.com/images/p_sausages.jpg

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We've got a Moe's near here too, we were just there the other night. It's nice to be able to eat a filling vegan meal in a mainstream restaurant, without having to order a collection of sides.

 

Yeah, that is great. We have these here, and we'll likely try it at least once, but there are so many better options in Pittsburgh. The real prize will be when traveling. We've seen them around, but would never have thought to stop in.

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