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My dad brought me some tacos from taco bell and one of them was a shell taco. He said it was fully vegetarian with no meat and it had beans instead of beans. After I hate 3 of them, I doubted that this kind of "beans" is meat. So I went on the Taco Bell menu online and saw the same exact picture of the food I was eating and it said "Soft beef". I got really scared and tried to throw up all of the meat inside of me and now I feel guilty. Guru sahib is very mad at me. I am also an amritdhari sikh. I don't know what to do in this kind of situation and I'm not fully sure if its beef or beans. Please help me out and what should I do to get the love of my Guru back!? PLEASE.... this is my benti to the sangat.

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2 hours ago, Guest Gupt Singh said:

My dad brought me some tacos from taco bell and one of them was a shell taco. He said it was fully vegetarian with no meat and it had beans instead of beans. After I hate 3 of them, I doubted that this kind of "beans" is meat. So I went on the Taco Bell menu online and saw the same exact picture of the food I was eating and it said "Soft beef". I got really scared and tried to throw up all of the meat inside of me and now I feel guilty. Guru sahib is very mad at me. I am also an amritdhari sikh. I don't know what to do in this kind of situation and I'm not fully sure if its beef or beans. Please help me out and what should I do to get the love of my Guru back!? PLEASE.... this is my benti to the sangat.

Present yourself before Guru Sahib at the next Amrit Sanchar at your Gurdwara or others in the area. Panj Piyare are quite forgiving for inadvertent mistakes.

If you find that you may have committing a patit act, you should avoid doing stuff (like making Karah Parshad) that would affect others.

Speaking generally, it is best to avoid eating out to keep Rehit. You never know when some meat or halal meat might sneak in, unless it's a 100% vegetarian restaurant like McDonalds or Subway in our capital.

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If you Punj Pyare said no meat, you should do Ardas, if your Punj Pyare didn't mention any meat other than Halal, and this is Halal, do Ardas, and if in doubt go to the Punj Pyare. 

2 hours ago, Guest Gupt Singh said:

Please help me out and what should I do to get the love of my Guru back!? PLEASE.... this is my benti to the sangat.

Wrong religious mentality. It's not what you do, but rather why you do.

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