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Paul McCartney On the 'Fine Art' of Vegetarian Grilling

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Summertime is grilling time for many people, and Sir Paul McCartney is among them. What does the proud vegetarian and animal rights advocate throw on his barbecue? That very question was posted on the former Beatle’s website.

Chris, a fan from the UK, asked McCartney, “When you have barbecues, what kind of food do you like to cook for your guests?”

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“I love to cook Linda’s veggie burgers and sausages, which I’ve got down to a fine art,” replied McCartney. “I also like to BBQ asparagus brushed with a little olive oil, but you have to keep an eye on these (like everything in life!).”

There are endless possibilities when it comes to vegan grilling. From fruits and veggies to vegan meats, like burgers and hot dogs, everyone can be satisfied with meatless meals from the BBQ. Become a master of the vegan grill after reading these tips.

What are your favorite vegan foods to put on the grill?

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