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Dinner kits are usually either geared toward meat-eaters (Hamburger Helper) or vegetarians (Fantastic Foods) but rarely, if ever, both. They should add vegetarian preparation instructions for dinner kits. Obviously this doesn't apply to the frozen kits that include the meat. For example, a box of Hamburger
Helper could have a serving suggestion using corn and pine nuts instead of beef. Of course if you really had a yearning for HH, you could substitute meat-free beef-flavored texturized soy product for ground chuck, but where's the fun in that?
||I don't believe in vegetarianism.
||Take my word for it, Mudddog, it certainly exists.
||Is Hell tasty?
I dont believe in Hell anyway.
And I am vegetarian.
Much easier to prove my own existance than that of an abstract concept specific to a few religions.