Back, when I was heavy, I used to eat home-made veggie tacos A LOT. I would eat 5-6 at a time, with tons of cheese and salsa and olives. It was one of my favorite meals - so cheesy and crunchy.
When I made over my life in 2004, I gave up crunchy tacos and started using La Tortilla Factory 50 calorie whole wheat soft tortillas to make veggie tacos. I cut down on the cheese and added spinach leaves and they were pretty good, but not the same.
I made a great discovery at the local Whole Foods - Garden of Eatin' organic blue corn taco shells - 3 shells are 210 calories and 10 grams of fat. And they are really cool looking and blue!
I typically allow 200 calories of complex carbohydrates for dinner (whole wheat tortillas, 2 oz of whole wheat pasta, brown rice, etc), so 3 crunchy tacos for dinner work out GREAT! I used spicy browned veggie crumbles, a little low fat cheese, diced tomato, salsa and chopped kale (which I am really starting to dig, it has a very interesting texture). I added 1/3 can of fat free refried beans with salsa to the plate.
I am so glad to have crunchy tacos again - I had been missing them! For some reason, I had just ruled out crunchy tacos, maybe I thought they were just too high in fat/calories? I think my brain had just put them in the "unhealthy former habits" category. Of course, I'm also not eating SIX at a time anymore