So I just found out that Taco Bell (probably my favorite of any national chain drive through "restaurants") is axing most of their vegetarian items - including the 7 layer burrito. I don't go to Taco Bell often, but when I did I always ordered a 7 layer burrito. (Or a crunchwrap with a million modifications.)
It's been my go-to since 1996. I have recommend Taco Bell to vegetarians for years - they have always been excellent toward the non-meat eating crowd (of which I am no longer a member of, but have spent at least 10 years with a "nothing with a face" type diet).
This is not making my day of bad news better. (Cat is old and needs three types of meds mixed with his food to manage his various conditions, the SO is being grumpy, end of UE + extra money, exponentially growing covid-19 cases,
I know. I know. I have a shit ton of privilege when my biggest concerns (other than my ridiculously expensive Manx - not the cat, he was free, ongoing maintenance) are "which camp site do we want" and "WTF Taco Bell, I hate you." and "Unemployment is boring when you can't even go to the gym."
Still, I think it's just a garbage decision, especially since Taco Bell will still have all the ingredients to make a 7-layer burrito. I guess I'll have to order something like a "beef burrito, sub beans for meat, add rice, guacamole and sour cream"