We don’t tend to eat a lot of vegan meats, but Seth tried the Beyond Meat General Tso’s at the Whole Foods hot bar and really liked it. My meal planning has been a little disjointed since we joined the CSA since I don’t know what we’re getting until the day we get it, sometimes the day before. I grabbed a package of Beyond Meat to keep on hand in case I needed to come up with something kind of quick and didn’t really know what to make. The CSA box yielded yet more broccoli and thus my plan was formed. I searched around a little and found a bunch of vegan General Tso recipes, but they all wanted you to bread and fry tofu or seitan and that really wasn’t what I was looking for. I finally found a recipe for just the sauce – it came together in almost no time flat, although I reduced the amount of sugar in it a bit. All I did was slice up some bell pepper and onion, chop a little broccoli, and voila! I sautéed the peppers onion and broccoli for a few minutes, then added the Beyond Meat strips and let them get warm (I took them out to thaw about an hour or so before I started cooking). Once everything was just about done, I added the sauce and gently stirred everything to coat the veggies and strips. We served it over basmati rice with spring rolls (we buy them frozen at Whole Foods). I really liked this and will make it again sometime and plan to try it out with tofu as well.