What Falafel Fans Should Know About Aldi's Recalled Items

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For those who are unaware, falafel is a tasty, deep-fried dish consisting of chickpeas or fava beans that have been shaped into balls and spiced with herbs.

According to History Today, falafel has a long history of popularity in several Middle Eastern countries, including Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon, where it is frequently offered as street food.

The variety of this vegan and vegetarian street food is well-known. It can be eaten alone, on salads, in pita sandwiches, or with hummus (via Food Network).

If you like it, you can typically get falafel in your neighborhood grocery stores, either already cooked or as a powdered mix (via Valuable Kitchen).

Tofu may be present in the meat substitute areas where it is frequently encountered. It might also be in a section of a supermarket that sells foods from the Mediterranean and other Middle Eastern regions.

Today reports that Earth Grown Vegan Traditional and Garlic & Herb Falafel have been withdrawn from Aldi shops in 38 states after being connected to an E.

On October 7, Cuisine Innovations Unlimited, LLC, the manufacturer of Earth Grown Vegan products, declared that they were "voluntarily recalling" certain Aldi-only items "because to the potential presence of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli."

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