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Linda McCartney mozzarella burgers £1.00 @ Asda

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3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago
spotted these in the Farnworth asda store. they were marked at rollback from £2.00 so assuming its a national offer.

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1 Like #1
These are lovely
#2
no meat!
1 Like #3
NYLONZ
no meat!
and your point?!
1 Like #4
normally i prefer meat burgers but these sound very nice. have some heat
#5
I don't think my local Asda stocks Linda M :(
1 Like #6
Bob_Carolgees
normally i prefer meat burgers but these sound very nice. have some heat


they are very nice. a friend I work with chose them over meat at a recent BBQ
#7
and your point?!

They ain't giving no heat cause there's no meat...seems self explanatory to me :D
It's so easy.... it's a sin
#8
Cheese sandwich.
7 Likes #9
mmm these look lovely! Thanks for this - noms!

Regards

A meat eater who thinks its weird to write silly comments on vegetarian products
#10
These are the best burgers ever!!

Coming from a meat lover it's quite impressive!
3 Likes #11
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#12
they are lovely ♥
banned#13
These were launched in 2010. Linda McCartney pegged it in 1998.

I'm surprised people like these burgers as usually when they 'discover' some material from a deceased artist it is never as good as the stuff they released whilst alive. Think 'Free as a Bird'
2 Likes #14
I like them but I once had a batch of Linda McCartney sausages that were haunted by her. Very disturbing.
#15
Moo.
4 Likes #16
I know these threads always attract a bunch of childish idiots but... these burgers are excellent. I strongly recommend trying them.
#17
These taste fab - recommended and HOT
#18
cburns
and your point?!

They ain't giving no heat cause there's no meat...seems self explanatory to me :D
It's so easy.... it's a sin

Why even comment on the burgers then???????? Seems to me someone needs to look up the words 'self explanatory' :-0
#19
Why even comment on the burgers then????????

Never even mentioned the burgers...Just Commented on a Stupid Comment in my own Stupid Way
But Hey... you just didn't get it ;)
#20
These burgers are amazing, very tasty
(from a meat eater)
#21
If it's Farnworth, then the Morrison's black puddings should be the preferred option (do they still have the market with the black peas? Haven't been back for at least 30 years.......). This must have been one of the first ASDAs in the country when it was still Associated Dairies.
banned#22
Looks like Quidco have 20p cashback on this too with Clicksnap - so effectively down to 80p!
banned#23
Do these have palm oil in them like some of her other products do?

I find it pretty ironic that (mostly) vegetarians are eating products that may contain something that wrecks the habitat of the Orangutan and other animals.



Edited By: Kfost on Sep 24, 2013 13:03
#24
Kfost
Do these have palm oil in them like some of her other products do?I find it pretty ironic that (mostly) vegetarians are eating products that may contain something that wrecks the habitat of the Orangutan and other animals.

Why do people feel the need to always try & find fault with vegetarians?
#25
humphmeister
Kfost
Do these have palm oil in them like some of her other products do?I find it pretty ironic that (mostly) vegetarians are eating products that may contain something that wrecks the habitat of the Orangutan and other animals.

Why do people feel the need to always try & find fault with vegetarians?

Because they are trying to justify their selfish involvement in animal suffering and borderline torture!! (directed at 'cheap' meat eaters, free range/organic meat eaters obviously have a very strong argument against this accusation, one which I actually except)
#26
I'm torn on things like this. I love meat but also eat Quorn mince/Linda McCartney sausages (although they are now shockingly salty).

Whilst I always appreciate these offers, you are paying for processed food at the end of the day! But that's not to say I'd buy something like this, oh thou who shalt flame.

Not by far a 'good' alternative to meat either. Turkey mince; 14% less calories, 50% more protein, 85% less sugar, half the fat, 20% less salt. That's not to mention the shed loads of stabilsers or 'flavourings' in these.

Voting hot for the price but better alternatives out there...even for veggies.
#27
fozzeh
I'm torn on things like this. I love meat but also eat Quorn mince/Linda McCartney sausages (although they are now shockingly salty).

Whilst I always appreciate these offers, you are paying for processed food at the end of the day! But that's not to say I'd buy something like this, oh thou who shalt flame.

Not by far a 'good' alternative to meat either. Turkey mince; 14% less calories, 50% more protein, 85% less sugar, half the fat, 20% less salt. That's not to mention the shed loads of stabilsers or 'flavourings' in these.

Voting hot for the price but better alternatives out there...even for veggies.

Linda McCartney burgers are by far the best veggie ones I've tried, and I've had a lot. The Peri Peri ones were the best but they seem to have stopped making them, these are nearly as good though.

You're right about the health side of things. They certainly shouldn't be a staple part of a diet but they're great as a treat. I don't really eat them outside of BBQ season to be honest.

What alternatives were you hinting at? Maybe there are some I haven't tried.
banned#28
humphmeister
Kfost
Do these have palm oil in them like some of her other products do?I find it pretty ironic that (mostly) vegetarians are eating products that may contain something that wrecks the habitat of the Orangutan and other animals.

Why do people feel the need to always try & find fault with vegetarians?

I don't eat meat. Hope this helps.

I just find it ironic that other veggies who supposedly feel strongly about animal rights will look past the fact that a lot of LM products use palm oil.

Anyway, apologies for derailing things.
1 Like #29
dean_brfc
fozzeh
I'm torn on things like this. I love meat but also eat Quorn mince/Linda McCartney sausages (although they are now shockingly salty).

Whilst I always appreciate these offers, you are paying for processed food at the end of the day! But that's not to say I'd buy something like this, oh thou who shalt flame.

Not by far a 'good' alternative to meat either. Turkey mince; 14% less calories, 50% more protein, 85% less sugar, half the fat, 20% less salt. That's not to mention the shed loads of stabilsers or 'flavourings' in these.

Voting hot for the price but better alternatives out there...even for veggies.

Linda McCartney burgers are by far the best veggie ones I've tried, and I've had a lot. The Peri Peri ones were the best but they seem to have stopped making them, these are nearly as good though.

You're right about the health side of things. They certainly shouldn't be a staple part of a diet but they're great as a treat. I don't really eat them outside of BBQ season to be honest.

What alternatives were you hinting at? Maybe there are some I haven't tried.

Saturday dinner is when I’d have one of these or something akin. My only problem is 1 wouldn’t be enough :D

Morrisons Nacho Bean Burgers were good for meat free, though I think they have been stopped. Sainsburys Spicy Bean Burgers are good too for frozen ones (can’t find online). The fresh ones are good also.

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/groceries/shopping/details/product_detail.jsp?bmUID=1380031980365&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_0_id=0&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_1_id=1&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_2_id=2534374310939561&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_3_id=2534374320065772&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_4_id=2534374320082485&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_5_id=1689949390116473&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_1=RESULT_SEARCH_CLICK&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_2=bean+burgers&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_number_2=845524459984425&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_3=bean+burgers&bmForm=log_generic_event

However, I would try and make my own. Top of the head recipe would be a sweet potato, garlic, onions, peas, carrots, cumin, chilli (flakes or powder), coriander, a splash of Worcester sauce, flour/egg/breadcrumbs (for binding), topped with a bit of spicy cheese and you’re away. Chuck in some sweetcorn if you like it too! Grill or fry. Could probably make 4 burgers for about a quid. Kids can get their hands in too without the worry of getting meat juice everywhere!
#30
fozzeh
dean_brfc
fozzeh
I'm torn on things like this. I love meat but also eat Quorn mince/Linda McCartney sausages (although they are now shockingly salty).

Whilst I always appreciate these offers, you are paying for processed food at the end of the day! But that's not to say I'd buy something like this, oh thou who shalt flame.

Not by far a 'good' alternative to meat either. Turkey mince; 14% less calories, 50% more protein, 85% less sugar, half the fat, 20% less salt. That's not to mention the shed loads of stabilsers or 'flavourings' in these.

Voting hot for the price but better alternatives out there...even for veggies.

Linda McCartney burgers are by far the best veggie ones I've tried, and I've had a lot. The Peri Peri ones were the best but they seem to have stopped making them, these are nearly as good though.

You're right about the health side of things. They certainly shouldn't be a staple part of a diet but they're great as a treat. I don't really eat them outside of BBQ season to be honest.

What alternatives were you hinting at? Maybe there are some I haven't tried.

Saturday dinner is when I’d have one of these or something akin. My only problem is 1 wouldn’t be enough :D

Morrisons Nacho Bean Burgers were good for meat free, though I think they have been stopped. Sainsburys Spicy Bean Burgers are good too for frozen ones (can’t find online). The fresh ones are good also.

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/groceries/shopping/details/product_detail.jsp?bmUID=1380031980365&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_0_id=0&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_1_id=1&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_2_id=2534374310939561&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_3_id=2534374320065772&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_4_id=2534374320082485&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_5_id=1689949390116473&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_1=RESULT_SEARCH_CLICK&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_2=bean+burgers&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_number_2=845524459984425&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_3=bean+burgers&bmForm=log_generic_event

However, I would try and make my own. Top of the head recipe would be a sweet potato, garlic, onions, peas, carrots, cumin, chilli (flakes or powder), coriander, a splash of Worcester sauce, flour/egg/breadcrumbs (for binding), topped with a bit of spicy cheese and you’re away. Chuck in some sweetcorn if you like it too! Grill or fry. Could probably make 4 burgers for about a quid. Kids can get their hands in too without the worry of getting meat juice everywhere!

Cheers. I have tried making burgers in the past but I can't get the right texture. They'll hold together but there's no bite, it's all too sloppy. That's why I usually end up buying something like LM burgers. Might give your recipe a try though, see how it turns out.
#31
dean_brfc
fozzeh
dean_brfc
fozzeh
I'm torn on things like this. I love meat but also eat Quorn mince/Linda McCartney sausages (although they are now shockingly salty).

Whilst I always appreciate these offers, you are paying for processed food at the end of the day! But that's not to say I'd buy something like this, oh thou who shalt flame.

Not by far a 'good' alternative to meat either. Turkey mince; 14% less calories, 50% more protein, 85% less sugar, half the fat, 20% less salt. That's not to mention the shed loads of stabilsers or 'flavourings' in these.

Voting hot for the price but better alternatives out there...even for veggies.

Linda McCartney burgers are by far the best veggie ones I've tried, and I've had a lot. The Peri Peri ones were the best but they seem to have stopped making them, these are nearly as good though.

You're right about the health side of things. They certainly shouldn't be a staple part of a diet but they're great as a treat. I don't really eat them outside of BBQ season to be honest.

What alternatives were you hinting at? Maybe there are some I haven't tried.

Saturday dinner is when I’d have one of these or something akin. My only problem is 1 wouldn’t be enough :D

Morrisons Nacho Bean Burgers were good for meat free, though I think they have been stopped. Sainsburys Spicy Bean Burgers are good too for frozen ones (can’t find online). The fresh ones are good also.

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/groceries/shopping/details/product_detail.jsp?bmUID=1380031980365&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_0_id=0&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_1_id=1&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_2_id=2534374310939561&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_3_id=2534374320065772&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_4_id=2534374320082485&NEW_NAVIGATOR%3C%3Elevel_5_id=1689949390116473&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_1=RESULT_SEARCH_CLICK&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_2=bean+burgers&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_number_2=845524459984425&GENERIC_EVENT%3C%3Egeneric_text_3=bean+burgers&bmForm=log_generic_event

However, I would try and make my own. Top of the head recipe would be a sweet potato, garlic, onions, peas, carrots, cumin, chilli (flakes or powder), coriander, a splash of Worcester sauce, flour/egg/breadcrumbs (for binding), topped with a bit of spicy cheese and you’re away. Chuck in some sweetcorn if you like it too! Grill or fry. Could probably make 4 burgers for about a quid. Kids can get their hands in too without the worry of getting meat juice everywhere!

Cheers. I have tried making burgers in the past but I can't get the right texture. They'll hold together but there's no bite, it's all too sloppy. That's why I usually end up buying something like LM burgers. Might give your recipe a try though, see how it turns out.

Have to cook the sweet potato down until it’s softened but not too soft or they will go to mush! Carrots too but they’re easier to judge. Maybe sweat the onions with the peas and just mix up. Oh, could even put some red pepper in too...but dry fry that until the moisture comes out.

Onion bhaji’s are the same too method. Onion with the flour, egg, cumin and corianders. Fry them, jobs a good ‘un!

Edited By: fozzeh on Sep 24, 2013 16:41
1 Like #32
I eat meat but I eat meat free burgers cos I don't like gristle and crunchy yuk in my food. Will look for these! Heat
#33
Len_Murphy
These were launched in 2010. Linda McCartney pegged it in 1998.

I'm surprised people like these burgers as usually when they 'discover' some material from a deceased artist it is never as good as the stuff they released whilst alive. Think 'Free as a Bird'
What??
#34
Just finished having them for my dinner tonight, they tasted very nice and defo worth a quid! I would eat these over cheap supermarket 'meat' burgers any day!
#35
wpj
If it's Farnworth, then the Morrison's black puddings should be the preferred option (do they still have the market with the black peas? Haven't been back for at least 30 years.......). This must have been one of the first ASDAs in the country when it was still Associated Dairies.
Seriously,what?
banned#36
heskeythegreat
Len_Murphy
I'm surprised people like these burgers as usually when they 'discover' some material from a deceased artist it is never as good as the stuff they released whilst alive. Think 'Free as a Bird'
What??

All I'm saying is that if these burgers were any good, she'd have released them when she was still alive, rather than over a decade on.

I'm skeptical that these are even an authentic Linda McCartney recipe. Who's to say some executive didn't invent these burgers and just claim he found the recipe hidden away in a drawer somewhere?
#37
Yummy :)
#38
Len_Murphy
heskeythegreat
Len_Murphy
I'm surprised people like these burgers as usually when they 'discover' some material from a deceased artist it is never as good as the stuff they released whilst alive. Think 'Free as a Bird'
What??

All I'm saying is that if these burgers were any good, she'd have released them when she was still alive, rather than over a decade on.

I'm skeptical that these are even an authentic Linda McCartney recipe. Who's to say some executive didn't invent these burgers and just claim he found the recipe hidden away in a drawer somewhere?

I don't think anyone is pretending it's a recipe Linda created herself. It's just a brand name.

Pretty sure Dr Oetker isn't creating pizzas sold under his name either.

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