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Linda McCartney 6 Veggie Sausages - £1.00 Morrisons

£1.00 @ Morrisons
I love these sausages and also the Quorn ones actually. Anyway, I came across this deal you might like. If you have not tried the veggie ones I definitely recomend them. Less calories and delicious…
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1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago
I love these sausages and also the Quorn ones actually. Anyway, I came across this deal you might like.

If you have not tried the veggie ones I definitely recomend them. Less calories and delicious. I do eat meat and when I have a cooked breakfast I use meat bacon but these sausages.
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1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago
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3 Likes #1
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
14 Likes #2
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard


​Someone who has obviously never eaten these ones.
6 Likes #3
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard

They're not bad at all.
8 Likes #4
Not a bad alternative to cancer causing pork. I'm not a vegetarian but we inevitably need to eat less meat and this is a good start. They do use palm oil though.
5 Likes #5
These are actually vegan
3 Likes #6
I've eaten these before, they are delicious.
5 Likes #7
Most that criticise have no idea. I would point out that to try then costs £1. If you like them then the health benefits are huge and they are much cheaper. If you dont like them then fair enough - that's ok - give them to someone that does (and many do).
#8
They're OK, but £1 is the normal price in morrisions. Every now and again they go up to 'full' price but not for long.

I prefer the rosemary & red onion(?) which are generally not reduced.
#9
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
Another witless wonder added to the blacklist.
1 Like #10
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
0.0001 out 10 for originality/wit
#11
alithomas
Not a bad alternative to cancer causing pork. I'm not a vegetarian but we inevitably need to eat less meat and this is a good start. They do use palm oil though.

Would than be carcinogenic free palm oil ?
1 Like #12
T02
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
0.0001 out 10 for ori/ginality/wit

Where was the 000.1 wit? I was being serious, these are bland.

smartypants71
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
Another witless wonder added to the blacklist.

Oh no! sleep lost = 0000000000000000000000.0%

What have i done, offended you over your favourite sausages! :D

favvers
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
​Someone who has obviously never eaten these ones.

No obviously not! - if you like them so much, drop me a pm i'll post them to you and you can have the rest of the box!

http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa39/jayjay2_photo/LINDA_zpsdaagaeik.jpg



Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 17, 2017 19:37
#13
jayjayuk1234
T02
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
0.0001 out 10 for ori/ginality/wit
Where was the 000.1 wit? I was being serious, these are bland.
smartypants71
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
Another witless wonder added to the blacklist.
Oh no! sleep lost = 0000000000000000000000.0%
What have i done, offended you over your favourite sausages! :D
favvers
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard
​Someone who has obviously never eaten these ones.
No obviously not! - if you like them so much, drop me a pm i'll post them to you and you can have the rest of the box!http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa39/jayjay2_photo/LINDA_zpsdaagaeik.jpg
Lower your expectations!
#14
I agree with jj these are quite hard once cooked and board-like.
We recently threw 2 boxes in the bin. Linda veggie sausages were much better when launched years ago or perhaps there are more and better veggie options now.
E.g. The quorn ones are better.
Just my opinion and keep eating them if you enjoy.
1 Like #15
You sure this is good for you, the ingredients list reads like some sort of chemical pattie!
1 Like #16
So, if you`re not into meat, then why the craving for sausages that look, ( and you are hoping ) taste like meat?
Just curious.
1 Like #17
topcaty
So, if you`re not into meat, then why the craving for sausages that look, ( and you are hoping ) taste like meat?
Just curious.


​Do they aim to replicate the taste of meat or are the veggie flavoured sausages?
#18
Urgh.
#19
these are for £1 in farmfoods too along with the sausage rolls... which also taste great
2 Likes #20
topcaty
So, if you`re not into meat, then why the craving for sausages that look, ( and you are hoping ) taste like meat?
Just curious.


​Because some people just aren't into the suffering of which you spare yourself the sight
#21
topcaty
So, if you`re not into meat, then why the craving for sausages that look, ( and you are hoping ) taste like meat?
Just curious.

For me its quite the opposite. I wouldn't mind trying some LM veggie items but the fact they are sausages (but veggie obvs) puts me off lol.
#22
I thought you didn't like them? Why would you keep the rest of the box?
#23
junk food is junk food, even if it is meat free...at least there is an alternative so heat!
#24
Wow lots of beef arising from these vegetarian sausages. Calm down people. High in salt so ones to stay away from if you have high BP but otherwise delicious!
#25
these are very good. They're not a real sausage obviously, they're noticeably drier. However you may prefer a mouthful of fat ymmv
#26
Thanks for letting us know about this deal pg9999!
#27
jayjayuk1234
Not bad if you like the taste of cardboard


Have you tried them?
#28
Heat from me. They are yummy and taste very meaty in fact
#29
ah yes the good old "vegetarian sausages are much healthier than meat" - yes, with all the salt they include and also the palm oil..............much, much healthier

everything in moderation as they say
#30
Are these 'outrageously succulent' ones any different to previous incarnations?
Whenever I'm in a cafe and I get served Linda McCartney, they get struck off the list :)
#31
thingswelike
Are these 'outrageously succulent' ones any different to previous incarnations?
Whenever I'm in a cafe and I get served Linda McCartney, they get struck off the list :)

Most cafes I go in you have to ask for them - otherwise you get bog standard meat and sawdust sausages.
#32
Great price, the rosemary ones do taste better than these imho
1 Like #33
As a carnivore these are surprisingly good
#34
Shelleydog
thingswelike
Are these 'outrageously succulent' ones any different to previous incarnations?
Whenever I'm in a cafe and I get served Linda McCartney, they get struck off the list :)
Most cafes I go in you have to ask for them - otherwise you get bog standard meat and sawdust sausages.
Well obviously I'm talking about veggie breakfasts and the like
4 Likes #35
topcaty
So, if you`re not into meat, then why the craving for sausages that look, ( and you are hoping ) taste like meat?
Just curious.

Meat doesn't look like sausages. It looks like a cow or a pig or a chicken. In other words, an animal. Also some people still like the taste of meat but choose not to eat them for ethical reasons. I stopped eating meat when I was a kid and never liked the taste of it but add meat substitutes to vary my diet. I don't eat things like mince and steak substitues because of the textures but most veg options taste like vegetarian food to me, not meat.
#36
I`m not a vegetarian, but I use these for sausages & mash occasionally as a healthier lower fat choice.
My children like them too.
Tesco also do a nice own brand Cumberland style veggie sausage which are quite tasty.
The trick is to not over cook them otherwise they do dry out.
Heat added :)

Edited By: cazsilver on Jan 18, 2017 15:01: .
5 Likes #37
*Sigh* I knew there would be meat eaters trying to be "funny" here, it happens every time a veggie deal is posted. Don't know why, I don't go to the meat deals and whine that "Turkey's too dry and tastes like cardboard!". (_;)

As for the taste, I don't think any veggie product tastes like meat. If they did I'd stop eating them as that's one of the reasons I don't eat meat, it's foul taste! Veggie sausages taste like veggie sausages. Veggie "chicken" doesn't taste like chicken it tastes like veggie "chicken"! I specifically avoid Quorn's veggie bacon because I've been told it does have a similar taste and I loathe bacon, always have.

And they don't go dry if you cook them properly! But the same could be said for all food.

Thanks though OP for the info!
#38
Exinferis
*Sigh* I knew there would be meat eaters trying to be "funny" here, it happens every time a veggie deal is posted. Don't know why, I don't go to the meat deals and whine that "Turkey's too dry and tastes like cardboard!". (_;)
As for the taste, I don't think any veggie product tastes like meat. If they did I'd stop eating them as that's one of the reasons I don't eat meat, it's foul taste! Veggie sausages taste like veggie sausages. Veggie "chicken" doesn't taste like chicken it tastes like veggie "chicken"! I specifically avoid Quorn's veggie bacon because I've been told it does have a similar taste and I loathe bacon, always have.
And they don't go dry if you cook them properly! But the same could be said for all food.
Thanks though OP for the info!

Probably because of the plethora of vegetarians that go on 'meat product' postings and witter on about meat being murder, etc, etc, etc and other such ****.
As for meat tasting foul, I thought that was chicken that tasted fowl..........he, he, he, did you see what I did there, ha, ha, ha................
#39
[quote=Exinferis]*Sigh* I knew there would be meat eaters trying to be "funny" here, it happens every time a veggie deal is posted. Don't know why, I don't go to the meat deals and whine that "Turkey's too dry and tastes like cardboard!". (_;)
[quote]

Yet some veggie idiot above though posted 'cancer causing pork'.

As a meat eater I take exception to that too. Everyone to their own. It's really funny that since so called 'healthy eating' came in and everyone (well, idiots) began to have a fear of the word 'fat', and eat lots of **** ready meals and so called healthy crap (which isn't healthy at all) that this nation has simply got more obese by the minute.

If you don't like meat, that is fair enough.

It's the dicks who say they like meat but cut off the fat. Idiots, in the 60s and 70s and even 80s nobody did that. We also drank full cream milk, not rubbish like skimmed, we ate butter (not Flora crap or other spreads full of ****) and plenty of red meat (yet we were all like beanstalks). Thankfully, some are now waking up and realising fat is not bad for you, in fact it's the opposite. I'm just going to have a lovely steak... more nutrients in are in just one steak than in a host of other stuff combined that can be put on your plate. Anything in moderation is good for you, but miss out on the vital nutrients the body needs and see if you are still here in many years to come. Well, you won't will you? Await in years to come the brainwashing the other way, we are all dying younger! LOL
#40
Easy Action Baby
I agree with jj these are quite hard once cooked and board-like.
We recently threw 2 boxes in the bin. Linda veggie sausages were much better when launched years ago or perhaps there are more and better veggie options now.
E.g. The quorn ones are better.
Just my opinion and keep eating them if you enjoy.


​If you microwave them for a couple of mins before grilling they are much better

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