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What you need: 

2 slices of good multigrain bread
1-1/2 tablespoon stone ground mustard (optional)
1-1/2 tablespoon Nayonaise (optional)
1/2 avocado
chipotle seasoned baked tofu
2 tablespoons vegan imitation bacon bits
few slices of tomato
some lettuce
some tomato
some alfalfa sprouts

What you do: 

This is a sandwich sold at Jimbo's, and it is so good I have had a conversation with a stranger about how good this sandwich is for 1/2 and hour!
If you can't find chipotle-seasoned baked tofu, you can do it your self. Just throw some Cajun seasoning (or cayenne pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and salt) on some extra-firm tofu slices and bake them up in the oven for about 10 minutes on each side.
Lightly toast bread. Spread with mustard or vegan mayo, whatever you like.
Slice up the avocado and put that on top of the mayo/mustard bread.
Sprinkle the baco-bits on top of the avocado.
Follow with the baked tofu slices. (Be generous with the tofu and avocado, you wont' regret it).
On top of that, throw on the pickles, alfalfa sprouts, tomato and lettuce.
Top with the other slice of toast. And voila!! Deliciousness.

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
1-2
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

Hi There!

I started a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet almost twenty years ago and like most non-meat eaters, substituted most of my "meat" with soy products. I adopted a pescetarian diet around eight years ago and eat mainly salmon, tuna and halibut when I do eat fish.

I am curious as to what the general medical consensus is on soy these days. I've seen a lot of controversial information about it on line and have also read such books as "The Whole Soy Story" and have since cut out soy-based processed foods (ie veggie burgers) from my diet. I'm amazed that there's just as much positive opinions on it as negative, when we're talking about a food product - I mean, c'mon - is it bad, or good for us? Or will soy take on a decades-long debate ala margarine for us to decide.

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It's even better with "Bacon" strips.

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