Here's something I often make myself for lunch when I'm running low on time. It's a delicious eggless tofu salad that is almost too familiar of a traditional egg salad, minus the 24 hours of misery for a chicken for each egg you would have used. Yeah, when you keep in mind that not only are chickens the most mistreated animals in factory farms, it takes them approximately 24 hours to produce each egg. Think about that the next time you pick up a dozen of eggs, which contribute to a total of 12 days of suffering! So, here's my quick salad that you can throw on a whole wheat wrap, bread, crackers, or whatever else you have around. Feel free to throw in some chopped veggies too if you'd like. You can also make this sans the onions if you don't prefer their flavor, or the way your breath will smell afterwards ;)
Eggless Tofu Salad
1 block extra firm tofu
1/4 of a white onion (diced, optional)
1/4 C vegan mayo
salt and pepper to taste
Mush all ingredients in a bowl. Eat. That's it!