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15-01-2019, 11:00   #31
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That's the one. Unfortunately it looks like its veggie not vegan but it really is fantastic.
I think they are selling it in Dunnes as well now, but have it on their vegan shelf...must investigate further
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Recipe link??
Here you go https://www.bosh.tv/recipes/cauliflower-buffalo-wings
Its effort, but worth it I felt!
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That's very expensive all right, I can get these bbq cauli wings for 6e in a local place in dublin and there are a lot of them. It's a vegan place that has won best street food in ireland 2 out of the last 3 years. Vish.shop





They are easy to do yourself all right too, really delicious. Not as nice as the above but really great when breaded.
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That's very expensive all right, I can get these bbq cauli wings for 6e in a local place in dublin and there are a lot of them. It's a vegan place that has won best street food in ireland 2 out of the last 3 years. Vish.shop


They are easy to do yourself all right too, really delicious. Not as nice as the above but really great when breaded.
They look lovely Tar!
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Oh they are! If anybody ever wants to give the place a try it's on Dorset street. https://www.facebook.com/pg/Vish.Sho...=page_internal
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15-01-2019, 12:06   #36
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That's very expensive all right, I can get these bbq cauli wings for 6e in a local place in dublin and there are a lot of them. It's a vegan place that has won best street food in ireland 2 out of the last 3 years. Vish.shop




They are easy to do yourself all right too, really delicious. Not as nice as the above but really great when breaded.
I've had these too - absolutely gorgeous, and I've never been able to finish a portion!
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It's dangerously close to my house! I have to walk past it on the way home Their main restaurant Veginity is really good too.
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I havent made it to Veginity yet! I used to order from Vish when they were on Just Eat as they were at the Eatyard, but I guess its not worth them doing deliveries from their current location!
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So today in tesco I found Gosh have cauli bites as well for €2.99. Dont look as good as the m&s ones but might be worth trying!
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Anyone know of a dairy free cheese that would be closest to a Cheddar Cheese in taste?
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Anyone know of a dairy free cheese that would be closest to a Cheddar Cheese in taste?
Hi Happy4all. I love the Violife Cheddar Slices.
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koko cheddar, it has a cocnut aftertaste though so best in something like a sandwich or with relish and so on. Very cheddary and nails the texture. Can get it in dunnes
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Hi Happy4all. I love the Violife Cheddar Slices.
Couldn't find this in local Tesco. Any ideas what supermarkets stock it?
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Couldn't find this in local Tesco. Any ideas what supermarkets stock it?
I found them in the Quay Co-op in Cork City: http://www.quaycoop.com -- I presume they are in plenty of other places though.
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Couldn't find this in local Tesco. Any ideas what supermarkets stock it?
These are in my local Supervalu - but personally I don't like Violife cheese.....think it's rubbery!!!
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