Everyone in my family agreed this tasted even better than the Sloppy Joe’s of past not so raw eating!
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Mix all but tomatoes in food processor until crumbly. Add tomato last, mix with spoon seperately. Adjust spices to taste. I recommend not turning to a paste, it’s best at a not-so-sloppy texture. Serve on onion bread-recipe elsewhere on this site. Yum! Picture next time…

Anothrgrnwrld's Thoughts

Everyone in my family agreed this tasted even better than the Sloppy Joe’s of past not so raw eating!

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JLink52's Review

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I made this last week and it was awesome! It got even better as the flavors melded over the next few days.. Thanks for posting this great lunch recipe!
Here's my variation:
- 2 Campari tomatoes
- approximately 1 cup of sundried tomatoes
- for the onions: I diced them up and let them marinate a few minutes in a little Agave and Apple Cider Vinegar.

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volatile1's Review

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I made this using 3 roma tomatoes and around 3/4 cup worth of soaked sun dried tomatoes, using the tomato soak water to mix the spices, as suggested by rkbush. Fantastic. I doubled the spices, just because I love spices, but it was still tasty with the original recommendations.

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this was really great thanks! I used my left overs as a taco meat, it was excellent

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2 cups walnuts, and the recipe makes 3 cups. I'm going to guess that a cup of tomatoes I think if sun dried weren't used, a cup of sun dried soaked at least one hour or more would give this a really rich taste. Instead of using water, the tomato soak water could be used. Looks really nice!

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Yes, it does sound yummy ... I'm going to try this soon. Thanks

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It sounds good. I would like to know how much/many tomatoes you use. Also, are they fresh or sun-dried I am thinking about using this recipe but substituting a vegetable such as cauliflower, parsnips, or daikon instead of the walnuts. How do you think it would taste?

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sounds very good!
thanks for sharing

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Sounds great! How many tomatoes do you use? Sloppy joes are one of those odd things that I never liked as either an omni or a cooked vegetarian, yet I get weird cravings for. I'm excited to try this!

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Sounds REALLY good!!!

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