There’s a plethora of faux meats available if one knows where to look. Case in point: SF Supermarket (6930 65th Street). Although it seems counterintuitive—and unappealing—for vegetarians to eat something that tastes and looks like dead animals, SFS has an array of imitations, including fish, duck, baby squid and … chicken ham? Like state-fair food, the latter sounds bizarre enough to try. Repeat customers of Andy Nguyen’s (2007 Broadway) may have already encountered the pink, spongy-textured slices of “sausage” in some of its dishes. And, surprisingly, it’s a palatable faux.