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Review: Yves Falafel Balls


Looking for some convenient falafel? Well, you can find it in Yve's Falafel Balls!

I recently came across these while at Walmart. I don't usually do my weekly grocery shopping at Walmart, so that's probably why I hadn't seen them before. But I was intrigued and we picked some up.

These are all ready to eat, you just pop them in the oven for about 14 minutes to warm them up. Meanwhile, I whipped together some tahini sauce, and set out to get some pitas ready. In the pitas I added some hummus, lettuce, tomato, onion, and olives (in my husband's only, because I hate olives). Once the falafel balls were ready, I smashed them and put them inside the pita, and then topped it all with the tahini sauce. 

The whole pita dish was vegan and took just minutes to make. That's a bonus! They tasted really good. Not as great as fresh falafel tastes in a restaurant, but for a quick and convenient meal at home it was good. We'd certainly buy it again!

One thing I don't care for is that it contains carrageenan. I try to avoid that as much as possible, because it's linked to causing inflammation. That issue aside, this is a good product that we'll buy again. 



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I have been a Vegetarian for 10 years.. When I started there were only a few things.. Now it seems like something is added every day.. Its amazing what's out there.. Just found Vegan Toona fish.. Check Amazon just got 6 cans.. Tastes just like Tuna..

Hi Larry! I have had it and like it. I have used it to make tuno salad sandwiches and tuno noodle casserole. They used to make a "tuno" probably 20 years ago, then they stopped making it. But in the last few years they have brought it back, which is great!

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