I'm working on a post about fake meat.
There's a big divide, I'm often told, in the vegetarian community: to eat fake meat and thus play into the meat eating one entree and two sides culture, or to not eat fake meat and spend the rest of your life eating casseroles and soups but also not playing into the idea that meat eating, especially the American way of meat eating, is the norm.
Sometimes I really crave fake meat.
I'm also tired of the one entree and two sides culture. Most cultures eat soups and casseroles. The US is one of the few that MUST eat meat in at least two meals.
It's a hard call.
Something more erudite should be out by the weekend.