EASY MEATY VEGAN SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE | VEGANUARY 2023

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HAPPY VEGANUARY EVERYONE!! Welcome to all you new viewers that are taking on veganuary this year! We’re here to make the transition as easy and tasty as possible, starting with this meaty bolognese! We find when changing what you eat it’s great to still eat similar foods and this is a staple food in most houses where we are. IF you have any questions about a wholefood plantbased vegan diet don’t be afraid to put them in the comments below.

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  1. Celery is what makes Bolognese great and not super sweet. Onion carrot and celery is called soffritto and is the base of most of the italian dishes, therefore it is essential in bolognese. Pasta is not Noodles. Pasta does not need to be rinsed/washed after being cooked. Wine is also a key ingredient of bolognese. That looks like a nice tomato jackfruit/mushrooms sauce:) definitely nothing to do with bolognese in terms of flavours. I am vegan and italian 🙂
    Edit: where is the olive oil?! It doesn't taste the same without it! Use extra virgin olive oil when sauteing the onions/carrots/celery and raw to garnish when plating the pasta with the sauce. Basil is not in bolognese.

  2. Cheaper and simpler alternative to jackfood and lentil is vegan (soy) mince. More accessible and consider timing the pasta to the last two minutes of the Ragu. Add pasta ( with clinging water) to the dish and allow it to absorb the flavors. .

  3. The word "meaty" puts me off, as does products called Vegan "sausages"….yuk ! I try to get away from the thought of meat 😬 I will, however, try this because your recipes are always tops in my book ! A very Happy New Year to you all over there at the Happy Pear (& families) 🤞🤞🤞

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