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“This is going to be a very Middle Eastern/Indian taste. I made it omitting the nutritional yeast because I didn't realize I was out. It doesn't have to be in a Pita. I stuffed lettuce wraps with it for a fresh clean taste and I also tried it in Lavash bread. It worked well in both.”

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  1. Mash tofu with fork. Note if you want to marinate it in a dressing or the like choose a pressable tofu and then after pressing marinate before this step.
  2. Stir in everything but the yogurt add the veggies after the others are well mixed.
  3. IF it is dry then stir in the yogurt to moisten and help hold it together. IF you are using Vegan, add a bit more Vegan mayo instead.
  4. Lightly toast the pitas halves in toaster or toaster oven. open the halves carefully into pockets then stuff.
  5. Use either the sprouts or lettuce or both. You may vary with other sprouts or veggies also.
  6. Note do NOT toast the Lavash or the lettuce leaves you use for wraps. The Lavash can be rolled, wrapped in plastic wrap, refrigerated over night then sliced into pinwheels.
  7. Lavash is also called cracker bread,lawaash, parak,Armenian cracker bread, lahvosh,lavosh, lawasha or naan-e-lavaash.
  8. My local Walmart Deli department sells it as Lavash.

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