Sequestration Meal #175

 

On a day I was having a hard time thinking about what I could have for dinner, it suddenly occurred to me: Last time my friend went to Wegmans, she had gotten me Gardein fishless filets. They were perfect with some homemade tartar sauce, Annie's "vegan shells in a creamy sauce," and broccoli.

I don't know why I love these fishless filets so much. I didn't realize until after we went into quarantine just how much I must have eaten them before. They don't quite seem like fish--the texture, to me, is like a really firm tofu--but they go so beautifully with tartar sauce.

Kid food again. At this point I've accepted that I'm effectively a child having to fend for myself in quarantine. We do what we can, right? And this stuff is actually reasonably good for most people, adults or otherwise, probably (I am not that kind of doctor).

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  1. I love those fishless filets. The taste and texture is spot on. I highly recommend them with shredded cabbage in a fishless taco.

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    1. That does sound good! I think there is a recipe on the package for something like that.

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  2. We have to look after ourselves where we can, and if that means fun kid-style meals, then that means fun kid-style meals!

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    1. Indeed. We're all regressing in the service of our egos.

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  3. You really can't go wrong with the Gardein fishless filets; yours look nice and crispy!

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    1. I actually thought I might have overbaked them, but they were great! It's hard to mess them up.

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