I haven't read every entry on this thread, so if I'm repeating, forgive me. I'm not really fond of tofu, and the one time I truly loved it a neighbor of mine cut it into noodle-sized threads and put it in hot/sour soup.
Having had many friends and relatives over the years who either chose or for medical reasons HAD to eliminate entire food groups from their diets, I've learned that when you delete an entire section of that food pyramid from your diet, you need to do some research about what you are cutting out. Humans are built to be omnivores, able to get our nutrition from many food sources. From my observation, the more variety the better. So when you get rid of one complete food group, look up the nutritional content and supplement as needed.