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Vegetarian Meatballs | Happy Pear & Tim Shieff | #FoodRevolutionDay

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Irish twins The Happy Pear treat vegan free runner Tim Shieff to tasty Veggie Meatballs in a Sweet Tomato Sauce – the perfect recipe to mark Food Revolution …

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  1. ok vegetarian meatballs is a lie… just call it something else… they are veggieballs… but why do you call them meatballs if there is no meat in it…

  2. Always happy to find a new vegan recipeeeee! Nice to find the happy pear, never seen any of your stuff before but I'm totally getting this. Tim just looks healthier and healthier as time goes on. I've gone from pescatarian to vegetarian in one year and gradually finding enough vegan recipes to start to transition to vegan now. I'm not going to go raw though. Yum yum, trying these 'meatballs' today. X

  3. Awesome collab guys, love you all. Please do a vegan cookbook together. 😉 I would be the first to buy a few of them and give them to all my friends.

  4. that looks amazinggggg! i really struggle to find yummy vegan recipes that dont cost me a fortune to make however this looks relatively inexpensive.
    i think im going to make this for dinner tomorrow night! but with a few slices of fried eggplant (aubergine) on the side lol.

  5. Those guys can try and be a little bit more hygienic, the food processor does not look very appetizing. I am a fan but still, a little effort can make a difference.:)

  6. Really tasty recipe!! These are great served on their own as a snack/side or party food with some sweet chilli dipping sauce. The lemon and sweet chilli flavours are great together.

  7. ok first of to all  plant killing idiots called veggiefreaks. plants are living things to they have feelings to if u must eat something eat rocks. being vegan has nothing to do with being healthy. eating healthy has to do with being healthy morons.
    and these veggieballs seems dry to me. might as making falafel.

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