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Chocolate Mousse VEGETARIAN 65p - Aldi

£0.65 @ ALDI
I think this is the regular price for this mouse however I have been searching so long for vegetarian choc mousse and never found. Hope this helps someone! Read More
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I think this is the regular price for this mouse however I have been searching so long for vegetarian choc mousse and never found. Hope this helps someone!
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3 Likes #1
Vegetarian? I think you'll find most people prefer their chocolate mouse with bits of chicken in. What's wrong with you.
#2
Can it be a mousse without animal gelatine?

This is a fraud I tell you!
12 Likes #3
Oh boy, i'm so excited for all the unfunny vegetarian comments... just can't wait

Edited By: funkeymunkey on May 15, 2017 10:00: May 15, 2017 10:00
1 Like #4
Great spot, thank you.
1 Like #5
For a vegan mousse all you need is dark chocolate, sugar and chick pea water! Makes amazing mousses!
#6
Is it labelled as vegetarian, not just that the ingredient list doesn't include gelatine?
#7
I heard a tail that this mouse is a bit squeaky on your teeth.
#8
yaaassss <3<3<3 so excited :D
1 Like #9
Brilliant thanks OP, my daughter is veggie I'll grab some for her later
2 Likes #10
M_z
Is it labelled as vegetarian, not just that the ingredient list doesn't include gelatine?

yes exactly states suitable for vegetarians its on the pic near the bottom little hard to read.
1 Like #11
Oh wow never knew I'll get some for kids
1 Like #12
I'd rather have a bacon sandwich.
1 Like #13
Gollywood
Can it be a mousse without animal gelatine?
This is a fraud I tell you!
It's only 'food tech' which needs gelatine to keep a mousse firm and lasting forever. If you were making your own, most recipes do not have gelatine. First google hit, got me this:
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chocolate-recipes/delicious-chocolate-mousse/
https://i.imgur.com/n5L2B1M.png
1 Like #14
Gkains
Gollywood
Can it be a mousse without animal gelatine?
This is a fraud I tell you!
It's only 'food tech' which needs gelatine to keep a mousse firm and lasting forever. If you were making your own, most recipes do not have gelatine. First google hit, got me this:http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chocolate-recipes/delicious-chocolate-mousse/https://i.imgur.com/n5L2B1M.png

Amaretto? Careful giving that to vegetarian kids!
1 Like #15
I know a vegetarian moose. Great guy.
#16
Gkains
Gollywood
Can it be a mousse without animal gelatine?
This is a fraud I tell you!
It's only 'food tech' which needs gelatine to keep a mousse firm and lasting forever. If you were making your own, most recipes do not have gelatine. First google hit, got me this:http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chocolate-recipes/delicious-chocolate-mousse/https://i.imgur.com/n5L2B1M.png
I doubt that comes in at 10.8333333333333333333333333 pence a portion like the Aldi goop 8)
1 Like #17
the.gooner
For a vegan mousse all you need is dark chocolate, sugar and chick pea water! Makes amazing mousses!

Have you tried vegan chocolate mousse with avocado? It's ace
1 Like #18
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.

Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.

p.s. cheers for the deal op.

Edited By: jamgin on May 15, 2017 18:34
3 Likes #19
ALDI have a 72 page list of their vegetarian products here, hope it helps someone. LINK: Veggie Aldi Stuff


Edited By: harpo240 on May 15, 2017 19:47: link
#20
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.

Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.

p.s. cheers for the deal op.


And the problem is?
1 Like #21
Thanks! Always struggle with my gran!!!!
1 Like #22
harpo240
ALDI have a 72 page list of their vegetarian products here, hope it helps someone. LINK: Veggie Aldi Stuff

Thats fantastic, thanks for posting. I see some candy on there im gona check out!
#23
Rizo
harpo240
ALDI have a 72 page list of their vegetarian products here, hope it helps someone. LINK: Veggie Aldi Stuff
Thats fantastic, thanks for posting. I see some candy on there im gona check out!

Anyone know where I can get hold of veggie marshmallows? I'm sure the Sainsbury's ones didn't have gelatin in (yonks ago) but can't seem to find any now that are veggie friendly :(
1 Like #24
Veggie clowns... have a proper meal !!!




Edited By: unhappybunny on May 16, 2017 07:30: T
#25
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.
Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.
p.s. cheers for the deal op.

I couldn't care less where it comes from when it tastes so delicious. Pile up that connective tissue.
#26
BigOrkWaaagh
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.
Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.
p.s. cheers for the deal op.
I couldn't care less where it comes from when it tastes so delicious. Pile up that connective tissue.

In that case I would recommend you try pickled pigs trotters.
#27
unhappybunny
Veggie clowns... have a proper meal !!!




If you care about the environment then go veggie otherwise join the circus.
#28
Rickardo
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.

Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.

p.s. cheers for the deal op.

And the problem is?

From your viewpoint there is no 'problem' but for others the thought of eating boiled animal parts for a desert may be not so palatable. Please see the interweb for details of why meat eating is a bad idea for ethical, environmental and health reasons. At the end of the day in the democracy we live in the choice is yours.
2 Likes #29
Thanks for this post Rizo, went and picked up a pack yesterday and it tastes lovely!
#30
jamgin
Rickardo
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.

Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.

p.s. cheers for the deal op.

And the problem is?

From your viewpoint there is no 'problem' but for others the thought of eating boiled animal parts for a desert may be not so palatable. Please see the interweb for details of why meat eating is a bad idea for ethical, environmental and health reasons. At the end of the day in the democracy we live in the choice is yours.


I'm all for choice, but your post that I replied to just described gelatine and not any specific "problem", as such, but a rather childlike "urrgh" type conclusion. Your reply then did elude to potential problems, although very generalised, since most of what you infer is not meat eating itself that's an issue, rather the modern, intensive methods for producing it. Since meat production is still occurring, producing gelatine could be seen as excellent use of meat by-products (although I am not under the illusion this is actually the case).

On the flip side, personally, I fail to see how the likes of Quorn are any better for "ethical, environmental and health reasons", although I am not assuming that you, or all vegetarians, eat it. I would like to see a more balanced and natural approach to how we produce and consume food.
#31
https://grist.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/meat-feature-v1.jpg?w=1500&h=844&crop=1
1 Like #33
Rickardo
jamgin
Rickardo
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.
Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.
p.s. cheers for the deal op.
And the problem is?
From your viewpoint there is no 'problem' but for others the thought of eating boiled animal parts for a desert may be not so palatable. Please see the interweb for details of why meat eating is a bad idea for ethical, environmental and health reasons. At the end of the day in the democracy we live in the choice is yours.
I'm all for choice, but your post that I replied to just described gelatine and not any specific "problem", as such, but a rather childlike "urrgh" type conclusion. Your reply then did elude to potential problems, although very generalised, since most of what you infer is not meat eating itself that's an issue, rather the modern, intensive methods for producing it. Since meat production is still occurring, producing gelatine could be seen as excellent use of meat by-products (although I am not under the illusion this is actually the case).
On the flip side, personally, I fail to see how the likes of Quorn are any better for "ethical, environmental and health reasons", although I am not assuming that you, or all vegetarians, eat it. I would like to see a more balanced and natural approach to how we produce and consume food.

Fair comment mate.

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