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Burger King Deals WITH BURGER KING APP (Android/iPhone) 2 Big Kings Burgers £1.99, Chicken Royal + Fries £1.99, Double Bacon Cheeseburger + Fries £1.99, Breakfast Sandwich + Coffee £1.99, 2 King Fusion 99p, 2 Whoppers + 2 Cheese Burgers + 4 Fries £9

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Burger King Deals WITH BURGER KING APP (Android/iPhone) Full List ---- These Deals Expires 31st December 2016 Regular Fries 50p King Fusion Buy One Get One Free 99p (Oreos, M&Ms, Aero) Breakf… Read More
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Burger King Deals WITH BURGER KING APP (Android/iPhone)

Full List ---- These Deals Expires 31st December 2016

Regular Fries 50p
King Fusion Buy One Get One Free 99p (Oreos, M&Ms, Aero)
Breakfast Sandwich + Coffee £1.99
Chicken Royale + Fries £1.99
Big King Burger (Big Mac Replica) Buy One Get One Free £1.99
Double Bacon Cheeseburger + Fries £1.99
Whopper + Fries £2.99
Big King + Fries + Drink £2.99
Whopper + Fries + Drink £3.99
9 Chicken Nuggets 99p
Veggie Burger £1.49 (chicken royal sub style)(Bean Burger)
Sundae 50p
Ice Cream Cone 30p
2 Whoppers + 2 Cheese Burgers + 4 Fries £8.99
2 Whoppers + 2 Fries + 2 Drinks £7.99
2 Chicken Royale + 2 Fries + 2 Drinks £7.99
Whopper + Fries + Drink + 2 Chicken Strips £5.99
Small King Chicken + Bacon Double Burger + Fries + Drinks £4.99
Chicken Royale + Fries + Drink £3.99
King JR Meal + Chicken Ryale Meal £6.49
Bacon Double Burger + Big King + Drinks £4.99
Chicken Royale Sandwich £1.99
6 Chicken Nuggets 99p

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Whopper Burger Buy One Get One Free (Expires 21st December 2016)
Free Regular Fries at Burger King with any purchase (Expires 7th December 2016)
Whopper Buy One Get One Free Expires (Expires 17th November 2016)
Free Regular Fries at Burger King with any purchase (Expires 3rd November)
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14 Likes
fishmaster
snowflake75
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.
How ridiculous.
depends if your a pesco vegetarian.

You either eat meat or you don't. If you eat meat you're not a vegetarian, pesco vegetarian is to appease people who think they're vegetarian but aren't. The complexity is that Omega 3 fatty acids are required in the diet, no biologically active Omega 3's are available from plant sources. So there is a definite biological argument to eating fish, the added complexity is that all fish contain mercury and some fish can be safely consumed everyday and others should be consumed less frequently. All fish (to my knowledge) contain parasitic worms, and when I did eat fish I have examined the fish from my fish and chips and observed worms in the fish, I merely took them out and ate the fish anyway.

Omega 3's DHA and EPA are sourced from fish and the fish get it from algae. The biologically inactive Omega 3 ALA is available in abundance to vegetarians but the body has to convert it enzymatically to EPA and DHA. There are vegetarian algae supplements for vegetarians some containing just DHA and some containing both EPA and DHA albeit at lower amounts achieving by eating fish or fish supplements. There is little scientific study to indicate the % of ALA conversion to EPA/DHA from plant sources, it's thought it could be as low as 5% conversion rate, and of course there's the genetic complexity whereby certain genes could make certain people poorer at converting and maybe even better at converting ALA to biologically active forms.

Opti3 is one such supplement. http://opti3omega.com/

Being Vegan also has issues with Vitamin B12 deficiency, there are many cultures that are naturally vegan and it's thought that they obtain Vitamin B12 from all the insects they actually consume in their food, such as from bread, as all of us do. Strictly speaking it's impossible to be completely Vegan as all of us consume insects in our food which is nigh on impossible to avoid.



I'm sorry.... I couldn't be bothered reading your essay
5 Likes
dudea729
Unhealthy but cheap and quick that does the job of staving off hunger for a bit.

I'll vote hot! ( Would like to see the free fries and drink with any burger offer return though!)


Why do people to feel the need to excuse themselves when it comes to bad food. Would you add that when talking about choosing a bottle of wine etc. It's quite easy to live healthily and eat burger king every so often. Unless you're overweight or ill of course.

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1 Like #1
this has been running for years
1 Like #2
Unhealthy but cheap and quick that does the job of staving off hunger for a bit.

I'll vote hot! ( Would like to see the free fries and drink with any burger offer return though!)
1 Like #3
the dates are wrong.
#4
Do there fries still taste rank ? Love burgers but fries taste gross
4 Likes #5
monkey1999
Do there fries still taste rank ? Love burgers but fries taste gross


surely that's a matter of opinion...
#6
anyone know the gravy recipe?
#7
Their fries are delicious. ^
2 Likes #8
Lots of sugar (white dead) and cancerogene fat.
1 Like #9
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.

How ridiculous.
1 Like #10
No Halloween burger no deal
#11
The veggie burgers are a complete 'no-go' for anyone wanting to avoid meat - they clearly state they fry them with fish products. Pretty pointless offering them really.
#12
Who buys fish things from Burger King - nobody.
It's more of 'there might be peanuts in this' type warning.

Gollywood
The veggie burgers are a complete 'no-go' for anyone wanting to avoid meat - they clearly state they fry them with fish products. Pretty pointless offering them really.
#13
wildecat
Who buys fish things from Burger King - nobody.
It's more of 'there might be peanuts in this' type warning.

Gollywood
The veggie burgers are a complete 'no-go' for anyone wanting to avoid meat - they clearly state they fry them with fish products. Pretty pointless offering them really.


Not really. If you are Vegetarian you will NOT buy a veggie burger that HAS been fried in oil that is used for non-veg products.

That's their process. Its not a 'Maybe'
3 Likes #14
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.

How ridiculous.


depends if your a pesco vegetarian.
5 Likes #15
dudea729
Unhealthy but cheap and quick that does the job of staving off hunger for a bit.

I'll vote hot! ( Would like to see the free fries and drink with any burger offer return though!)


Why do people to feel the need to excuse themselves when it comes to bad food. Would you add that when talking about choosing a bottle of wine etc. It's quite easy to live healthily and eat burger king every so often. Unless you're overweight or ill of course.
#16
mandy29370990
the dates are wrong.
Thanks, Corrected dates
#17
snowflake75
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.

How ridiculous.


depends if your a pesco vegetarian.


What do you call a Vegetarian that craves KFC ;)
1 Like #18
Gollywood
snowflake75
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.
How ridiculous.
depends if your a pesco vegetarian.
What do you call a Vegetarian that craves KFC ;)
A meat eater
1 Like #19
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.

How ridiculous.


The veggie burger is microwaved, this enables it to be classed as vegetarian.
1 Like #20
Gollywood
The veggie burgers are a complete 'no-go' for anyone wanting to avoid meat - they clearly state they fry them with fish products. Pretty pointless offering them really.




Veggie burgers are microwaved, they would not be allowed to call them vegetarian otherwise
#21
Last time @Burger King County Mall,Crawley; the tight feckers there wanted to charge my mom extra for sachet of ketchup for her fries.:|


Edited By: johnsmith1997 on Oct 28, 2016 19:19
#22
My app is upto date, but the Big King buy 1 get 1 free is not on there, does anyone else have it on their app?
#23
cainer1
My app is upto date, but the Big King buy 1 get 1 free is not on there, does anyone else have it on their app?
Its on mine ;)
#24
Wolfylee
cainer1
My app is upto date, but the Big King buy 1 get 1 free is not on there, does anyone else have it on their app?
Its on mine ;)

ok thanks, i remember using it the begining of September but that one had a use by date of the end of September so i thought they would have re added it to my app :/
#25
Worst fries and burgers in the universe!
3 Likes #26
simate
Worst fries and burgers in the universe!

Come to one of my BBQ's ;)
#27
Do you reckon you can use more than one of these in one go?
3 Likes #28
Same crap that you posted a month ago! are you going to post this every month to gain some heat?
1 Like #29
oUkTuRkEyIII
Same crap that you posted a month ago! are you going to post this every month to gain some heat?
Ow turkey.

You might get in trouble for that

Made me laugh thought.....
1 Like #30
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
oUkTuRkEyIII
Same crap that you posted a month ago! are you going to post this every month to gain some heat?
Ow turkey.
You might get in trouble for that
Made me laugh thought.....

ah if they suspend me then fair enough. Its not my fault people are so sensitive x
#31
Great deal. Don't enjoy the fries now though since they switched from French fries to thick cut chips
#32
First time, I'm swung bean burger deal by BK, hot
#33
I don't think the big king price is normally £2 for one. i checked 2 websites dated a few years back and it said £3.89 and £3.79 for the burger on its own. So its probably closer to £4 now (or £2 each using the offer).
2 Likes #34
wadeywilson1
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.
How ridiculous.
The veggie burger is microwaved, this enables it to be classed as vegetarian.

The old spicy bean burger they used to serve in the late 90's was superb.

I used to order one with a whopper even though I am not vegetarian.

I ordered one the other day as I had not been to BK for quite a while and their veggie burgers were shockingly poor, not a patch on the old spicy bean burger.


Edited By: maclennanneil on Oct 28, 2016 22:27
#35
most disgusting fries ever in the world!
1 Like #36
maclennanneil
wadeywilson1
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.
How ridiculous.
The veggie burger is microwaved, this enables it to be classed as vegetarian.

The old spicy bean burger they used to serve in the late 90's was superb.

I used to order one with a whopper even though I am not vegetarian.

I ordered one the other day as I had not been to BK for quite a while and their veggie burgers were shockingly poor, not a patch on the old spicy bean burger.



Totally agree, the Spicy Beanburger was great. Now that one was fried in the same oil as other products and wasn't actually vegetarian. The current one is vegetarian but is so bland, not at all nice
1 Like #37
snowflake75
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.
How ridiculous.
depends if your a pesco vegetarian.

You either eat meat or you don't. If you eat meat you're not a vegetarian, pesco vegetarian is to appease people who think they're vegetarian but aren't. The complexity is that Omega 3 fatty acids are required in the diet, no biologically active Omega 3's are available from plant sources. So there is a definite biological argument to eating fish, the added complexity is that all fish contain mercury and some fish can be safely consumed everyday and others should be consumed less frequently. All fish (to my knowledge) contain parasitic worms, and when I did eat fish I have examined the fish from my fish and chips and observed worms in the fish, I merely took them out and ate the fish anyway.

Omega 3's DHA and EPA are sourced from fish and the fish get it from algae. The biologically inactive Omega 3 ALA is available in abundance to vegetarians but the body has to convert it enzymatically to EPA and DHA. There are vegetarian algae supplements for vegetarians some containing just DHA and some containing both EPA and DHA albeit at lower amounts achieving by eating fish or fish supplements. There is little scientific study to indicate the % of ALA conversion to EPA/DHA from plant sources, it's thought it could be as low as 5% conversion rate, and of course there's the genetic complexity whereby certain genes could make certain people poorer at converting and maybe even better at converting ALA to biologically active forms.

Opti3 is one such supplement. http://opti3omega.com/

Being Vegan also has issues with Vitamin B12 deficiency, there are many cultures that are naturally vegan and it's thought that they obtain Vitamin B12 from all the insects they actually consume in their food, such as from bread, as all of us do. Strictly speaking it's impossible to be completely Vegan as all of us consume insects in our food which is nigh on impossible to avoid.


Edited By: fishmaster on Oct 28, 2016 23:40: <>
#38
They always have voucher leaflets behind the tills. Ask for one before you order and then pick the best deals. The voucher leaflets have pretty much the same offers as the app.
#39
johnsmith1997
Last time @Burger King County Mall,Crawley; the tight feckers there wanted to charge my mom extra for sachet of ketchup for her fries.:|



And what did your MUM think when you told her
14 Likes #40
fishmaster
snowflake75
Common Sense
Yet, the veggie burger is not vegetarian as it is cooked in oil fish is cooked in.
How ridiculous.
depends if your a pesco vegetarian.

You either eat meat or you don't. If you eat meat you're not a vegetarian, pesco vegetarian is to appease people who think they're vegetarian but aren't. The complexity is that Omega 3 fatty acids are required in the diet, no biologically active Omega 3's are available from plant sources. So there is a definite biological argument to eating fish, the added complexity is that all fish contain mercury and some fish can be safely consumed everyday and others should be consumed less frequently. All fish (to my knowledge) contain parasitic worms, and when I did eat fish I have examined the fish from my fish and chips and observed worms in the fish, I merely took them out and ate the fish anyway.

Omega 3's DHA and EPA are sourced from fish and the fish get it from algae. The biologically inactive Omega 3 ALA is available in abundance to vegetarians but the body has to convert it enzymatically to EPA and DHA. There are vegetarian algae supplements for vegetarians some containing just DHA and some containing both EPA and DHA albeit at lower amounts achieving by eating fish or fish supplements. There is little scientific study to indicate the % of ALA conversion to EPA/DHA from plant sources, it's thought it could be as low as 5% conversion rate, and of course there's the genetic complexity whereby certain genes could make certain people poorer at converting and maybe even better at converting ALA to biologically active forms.

Opti3 is one such supplement. http://opti3omega.com/

Being Vegan also has issues with Vitamin B12 deficiency, there are many cultures that are naturally vegan and it's thought that they obtain Vitamin B12 from all the insects they actually consume in their food, such as from bread, as all of us do. Strictly speaking it's impossible to be completely Vegan as all of us consume insects in our food which is nigh on impossible to avoid.



I'm sorry.... I couldn't be bothered reading your essay

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