So I’m back from Mexico. Mexico was awesome…I miss being there already, but i don’t miss the damn mosquitos. It wasn’t too hard eating vegan in Mexico. I found a place that makes fresh tofu, all the stores and little liquor stores had fruit flavored soy milks which ruled!! apple soymilk and guanabana where my favorites. And my aunt made me and my boyfriend vegan food while we where there. While in Mexico i went to this huge HUGE market, with tons and tons of fresh fruit and vegetables, spices, chiles pretty much everything. In this one shop i found TSP! I got about 2lbs of it for really cheap. I also got a brutal bathory shirt for $5-6.
One thing that sucked was i wasn’t able to find any places that sold music i liked. i’m pretty sure i just didn’t look hard enough. But the best thing that about being in Mexico was my uncle telling me to use TSP for ceviche! He was telling my dad that people use TSP in place of fish, whether they’re allergic or just don’t like fish. So when i was at my parents house, my dad helped me make ceviche. Its really spot on from what i can remember, even my dad and his friend liked it. Plus the best thing about it is you don’t have to wait a long time for everything to marinate, its done when you’re done mixing everything together!
About 2cups TSP (textured soy protein)
lots of limes, enough to soften the tsp
equal amounts of onion and tomato
a large carrot, peeled and grated
large cucumber,peeled and grated
one bunch of cilantro
3-4 Serrano chiles
salt to taste
Place the TSP in a large bowl, squeeze the limes over the tsp making sure everything gets wet. You want to make sure that the TSP is soften and there’s no more hard pieces. Squeeze in the lemon. Now chop your onion and tomato. You don’t want the ceviche to just be TSP so make sure there’s enough onion and tomato. Now chop the cilantro, stems included(if you want). Chop the chiles, you can deseed the chiles if you don’t want it too spicy. Grate the carrot and cucumber and add salt to taste. Mix everything together really well. Now serve on tostadas with avocado slices and enjoy!