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Eggplants were huge and cheap at the Sunflower market. BTW I love that place because they have great produce selection and a bulk foods section with any dry goods you'd ever need! Anyway, I bought two then didn't know what to do with them, so I decided to get crazy.
~Also, I finally got a blender, and this was its maiden voyage!
100% Meat and Dairy Free!
So I went to the Mile High Flea Market and got some Good Stuff. My favorite find was definitely the roasted green chilies. They smell awesome, and certify that any recipe using them will create a meal that is muy authentico and muy sabroso! And hella cheap at the flea market. I got a huge heavy bag for $5. The bag would probably make me 3 or 4 batches of green chili (about 5 or 6 cups per batch). If you are able to, it is such a better chili if you can get your hands on roasted chilies. Otherwise, whole canned will suffice, but lack the roasted flavor.
I was vegan in my last year of high school, and since then have slowly become a lacto-ovo-pescetarian. it's been about a month since I've been trying the vegan thing again. I have no desire to have fish in my intake right now. So . . . . usually I would have used imitation crab or lobster meat in my roll, but this was my first attempt at a vegan roll.