Hey, maybe Taco Bell is edible after all

At least they’re going in the right direction: Taco Bell is being sued because their meat is mostly non-meat.

The “seasoned ground beef” contains less than 35 percent beef – the other 65 percent of the meat-like mixture is: water, isolated oat product, salt, chili pepper, onion powder, tomato powder, oats (wheat), soy lecithin, sugar, spices, maltodextrin, soybean oil (anti-dusting agent), garlic powder, autolyzed yeast extract, citric acid, caramel color, cocoa powder (processed with alkali), silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent), natural flavors, yeast, modified corn starch, natural smoke flavor, salt, sodium phosphate, less than 2% of beef broth, potassium phosphate and potassium lactate.

The only thing I find objectionable about that is the 35% beef — if they could get that down to 0% I might be tempted to try their food someday.

And doesn’t this just show, since people were happily eating that stuff before, that vegetarian foods aren’t necessarily objectionable?