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Taco Bell Has A Vegetarian Menu Now And It Features A Cheese Roll-Up

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Yesterday was world vegetarian day. And while I’m not going to chide you all on why being a vegetarian is absolutely the best (because I myself eat meat), I am going to celebrate the fact that Taco Bell has released a certified vegetarian menu!

According to a press release and Eater, the creator of the cheesy gordita crunch released a certified vegetarian menu, featuring 13 dishes certified by the American Vegetarian Association (AVA). Taco Bell is the first quick service (read: fast food) restaurant to offer a 100 percent vegetarian menu. Since the AVA is the industry standard in vegetarian labeling, signs look good that the certification is actually legit.

A vegetarian category is being added to Taco Bell’s website and their mobile ordering app, so soon you’ll be able to access that meat-free menu from your iPhone 6. Menu items include delicious sounding options like a 7-layer burrito and a cheese roll-up.

This is a big move for the fast food industry, and I for one am excited about the possibility of other venues following suit. The more options (and cheese), the better.

Check out the menu in its entirety below and let us know your go-to order.

  • 7-Layer Burrito
  • AM Grilled Taco – Egg & Cheese
  • Bean Burrito
  • Black Bean Burrito
  • Black Beans & Rice
  • Cantina Power Veggie Bowl
  • Cantina Power Veggie Burrito
  • Cheese Quesadilla
  • Cheese Roll-Up
  • Cheesy Bean & Rice
  • Double Tostada
  • Pintos ‘n Cheese
  • Biscuit Taco – Egg & Cheese

 

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