Taco Bell does have a lot of veganizable items. My only complaints are:
1) their food might not be the most unhealthy fast food out there, but it's still quite high in salt, and therefore sodium. This can be of concern for us vegans and vegans-to-be; a diet high in salt can deplete your body's store of calcium.
2) They'll veganize something (such as their bean burrito- one of my favorites, but it normally contains cheese), but that doesn't decrease the price. They'll replace the cheese with extra refried beans, as I usually ask them to do, but I still get charged for the extra beans (not much- only 25 cents per burrito). I know it takes a bit of extra work to change the way they make them, but I usually buy 3 or 4 at once and eat some of them later, so it's really very little extra bother per burrito.
Most of my staples, such as home-made bread or cooked dry beans, I make in large batches- a whole pot of beans (cooked with no salt or oil) or 4 loaves of bread. I freeze some of them. Then I thaw out a single loaf of bread or container of beans in the refrigerator, and make whatever I want with them- a sandwich, a small batch of chili or pastafazool, etc.
Peasant (1963-1972) and Fluffy (1970s?-1982- I think of you as 'Ambrose' now)- Your spirits outshone some humans I have known. Be happy forever.