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loads of Quorn items 50p cashback on Checkout Smart COS app - many items £1.00 after cashback at ASDA

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not seen any quorn items on before, there are around 15 on but some may be certain members only. all at Asda only. wow! combine with 4 items for £6 e.g. on breakfast sausage patties (copy of McDonalds… Read More
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not seen any quorn items on before, there are around 15 on but some may be certain members only. all at Asda only. wow! combine with 4 items for £6 e.g. on breakfast sausage patties (copy of McDonalds!) and things work out £1 each. also some items like the Ham is £1.50 on its own, so that's £1 after.

many of these are frequently reduced whoops! at end of the day hopefully these will still work. if not email checkout smart.

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Thanks OP HOT and not 1 snide comment off a meat eater YET
7 Likes
Nice to see veggie things on cashback, thanks op
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firstofficer
If Quorn didn't Taste of cardboard

Well, at least it doesn't taste of cancer & heart disease like meat, not to mention unnecessary cruelty.

Good of you to add warmth - but me thinks this was a sly way of slipping in the cardboard insult (_;)

I'm not particularly pro-Quorn Mr Officer, but I am pro, people tip toeing away from meat consumption and this product tends to be a bridge for some, to pure plant based eating minus eggs & dairy.

Hench Herbivore

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7 Likes #1
Nice to see veggie things on cashback, thanks op
8 Likes #2
Thanks OP HOT and not 1 snide comment off a meat eater YET
4 Likes #3
Must be for selected accounts only as I'm seeing no Quorn products at all when I use the app. Shame really because I'd take advantage of those deals and as a veggie it would be a welcome change from the constant Peperami offers!!

Edited By: JF53 on Oct 14, 2016 16:27
1 Like #4
Nice one
2 Likes #5
If Quorn didn't Taste of cardboard, I'd have taken my hat off to you for finding this..

As its stands, I'm gonna give you some warmth for the effort, quality of post, grammer and the reasonable price. That's all I can manage for now I'm afraid.

Well done!

I'll get my coat..
1 Like #6
scunny
Thanks OP HOT and not 1 snide comment off a meat eater YET
Why should there be? It's not as if we always see snide comments from vegetarians whenever there's a deal on meat products...........
1 Like #7
Much less calories than meat, cheaper and better for the environment. In my opinion the bacon aside (which I just don't like at all) - Quorn is just as tasty as meat.
7 Likes #8
firstofficer
If Quorn didn't Taste of cardboard

Well, at least it doesn't taste of cancer & heart disease like meat, not to mention unnecessary cruelty.

Good of you to add warmth - but me thinks this was a sly way of slipping in the cardboard insult (_;)

I'm not particularly pro-Quorn Mr Officer, but I am pro, people tip toeing away from meat consumption and this product tends to be a bridge for some, to pure plant based eating minus eggs & dairy.

Hench Herbivore

^ a YouTube channel for you :3
3 Likes #9
firstofficer
If Quorn didn't Taste of cardboard, I'd have taken my hat off to you for finding this..
As its stands, I'm gonna give you some warmth for the effort, quality of post, grammer and the reasonable price. That's all I can manage for now I'm afraid.
Well done!
I'll get my coat..
And there it is... our HUKD resident "I must go on to every Quorn deal on the entire site and say 'cardboard'.." troll..
3 Likes #10
rdwarr
Why should there be? It's not as if we always see snide comments from vegetarians whenever there's a deal on meat products...........

First Officer has shown up to drop his cardboard comment - I noted him waxing lyrical over eating buckets of KFC the other day and I couldn't resist, sinner that I am, dropping some snide remarks on that thread & hitting cold. Its all a bit childish really isn't it though.

Humans eh. We all go off on a mad mad ego trip in these text boxes, but I do tend to pride myself on generally only dropping thoughts that I would offer in flesh and blood land, even the somewhat abrasive thoughts, its all in the delivery - Bill Hicks was a master at sledgehammer wit whilst making people laugh at the same time, you just have to coat truth-bombs in a comedic cloak, which doesn't always translate particularly well in text boxes - thus comments sections are mostly cancerous cesspools & should probably be avoided, mostly.
2 Likes #11
Justme1969
rdwarr
Why should there be? It's not as if we always see snide comments from vegetarians whenever there's a deal on meat products...........
First Officer has shown up to drop his cardboard comment - I noted him waxing lyrical over eating buckets of KFC the other day and I couldn't resist, sinner that I am, dropping some snide remarks on that thread & hitting cold. Its all a bit childish really isn't it though.
Humans eh. We all go off on a mad mad ego trip in these text boxes, but I do tend to pride myself on generally only dropping thoughts that I would offer in flesh and blood land, even the somewhat abrasive thoughts, its all in the delivery - Bill Hicks was a master at sledgehammer wit whilst making people laugh at the same time, you just have to coat truth-bombs in a comedic cloak, which doesn't always translate particularly well in text boxes - thus comments sections are mostly cancerous cesspools & should probably be avoided, mostly.
I'll admit it's hard to resist. I did take a peek at his deals, which are unsurprisingly and as expected almost all meat based! And I noticed him commenting that pork sausages were "quite healthy". I think someone with that level of nutritional knowledge clearly would have no interest in Quorn or anything like it.
Anyway, after that he went into one of my deals, over a year old, just to basically say "cold", without any evidence. Some mod deleted it shortly after however. Just thought you should know what sort of person you're engaging with. I think if we knew any more we would be even more ashamed of engaging with him..
3 Likes #12
HOTPOT
Nice one

firstofficer
If Quorn didn't Taste of cardboard, I'd have taken my hat off to you for finding this..
As its stands, I'm gonna give you some warmth for the effort, quality of post, grammer and the reasonable price. That's all I can manage for now I'm afraid.
Well done!
I'll get my coat..

Your supposed to take it out of the pack...
#13
NitrousUK
Justme1969
rdwarr
Why should there be? It's not as if we always see snide comments from vegetarians whenever there's a deal on meat products...........
First Officer has shown up to drop his cardboard comment - I noted him waxing lyrical over eating buckets of KFC the other day and I couldn't resist, sinner that I am, dropping some snide remarks on that thread & hitting cold. Its all a bit childish really isn't it though.
Humans eh. We all go off on a mad mad ego trip in these text boxes, but I do tend to pride myself on generally only dropping thoughts that I would offer in flesh and blood land, even the somewhat abrasive thoughts, its all in the delivery - Bill Hicks was a master at sledgehammer wit whilst making people laugh at the same time, you just have to coat truth-bombs in a comedic cloak, which doesn't always translate particularly well in text boxes - thus comments sections are mostly cancerous cesspools & should probably be avoided, mostly.
I'll admit it's hard to resist. I did take a peek at his deals, which are unsurprisingly and as expected almost all meat based! And I noticed him commenting that pork sausages were "quite healthy". I think someone with that level of nutritional knowledge clearly would have no interest in Quorn or anything like it.
Anyway, after that he went into one of my deals, over a year old, just to basically say "cold", without any evidence. Some mod deleted it shortly after however. Just thought you should know what sort of person you're engaging with. I think if we knew any more we would be even more ashamed of engaging with him..

Many thanks for your comments, which i always enjoy reading.

Nitro, lets just agree to disagree. We will never see eye to eye. Fact.

But I don't go around slating every comment you make. I'm no troll ; why don't you just check out my comments and contributions to other deals. Often well-liked too ..

I must admit though, I do love my meat. And just because I don't fancy Quorn too much, doesn't mean that you should bad mouth me on this forum.

In fact I had no problem giving this one warmth...

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on this forum.

Once again, many thanks for your contribution.

I'll get my coat...


Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 14, 2016 18:23: .
2 Likes #14
NitrousUK
Just thought you should know what sort of person you're engaging with. I think if we knew any more we would be even more ashamed of engaging with him..

Possibly thinks a caveman diet is the way to go:
Paleo Diet Junked (YouTube Video)

It's OK, I got the measure of the man... you never know, he might move away from his factory-farm propaganda and buckets of chicken and coke eventually. They say hope springs eternal.

I changed after a few years of nihilism and macho-ism... it took exposure to some hardcore slaughter videos and hard, cold, logic & reason that eventually broke through my armour, and let the compassion flow freely.

Thing is, most of us who are informed, understand that moving away from the corpse-eating-model is the way to go, but we have our work cut out still and on dark days, I don't see a glimmer of hope for a universal change to plant based eating, it will take a vile cataclysm to wake people up on mass, probably, and it's coming, the signs are there... I think we are going to pass through seriously turbulent waters in the not too distant. Maybe for people like First Officer though, he's happy to say "f@@@ it" and carry on with the buckets of cheap chicken, because it might not be in his lifetime that the "s" hits the fan.

Funny old life.
1 Like #15
firstofficer
NitrousUK
Justme1969
rdwarr
Why should there be? It's not as if we always see snide comments from vegetarians whenever there's a deal on meat products...........
First Officer has shown up to drop his cardboard comment - I noted him waxing lyrical over eating buckets of KFC the other day and I couldn't resist, sinner that I am, dropping some snide remarks on that thread & hitting cold. Its all a bit childish really isn't it though.
Humans eh. We all go off on a mad mad ego trip in these text boxes, but I do tend to pride myself on generally only dropping thoughts that I would offer in flesh and blood land, even the somewhat abrasive thoughts, its all in the delivery - Bill Hicks was a master at sledgehammer wit whilst making people laugh at the same time, you just have to coat truth-bombs in a comedic cloak, which doesn't always translate particularly well in text boxes - thus comments sections are mostly cancerous cesspools & should probably be avoided, mostly.
I'll admit it's hard to resist. I did take a peek at his deals, which are unsurprisingly and as expected almost all meat based! And I noticed him commenting that pork sausages were "quite healthy". I think someone with that level of nutritional knowledge clearly would have no interest in Quorn or anything like it.
Anyway, after that he went into one of my deals, over a year old, just to basically say "cold", without any evidence. Some mod deleted it shortly after however. Just thought you should know what sort of person you're engaging with. I think if we knew any more we would be even more ashamed of engaging with him..
Many thanks for your comments, which i always enjoy reading.
Nitro, lets just agree to disagree. We will never see eye to eye. Fact.
But I don't go around slating every comment you make. I'm no troll ; why don't you just check out my comments and contributions to other deals. Often well-liked too ..
I must admit though, I do love my meat. And just because I don't fancy Quorn too much, doesn't mean that you should bad mouth me on this forum.
In fact I had no problem giving this one warmth...
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on this forum.
Once again, many thanks for your contribution.
I'll get my coat...
I bad mouth you because you go into EVERY Quorn deal just to say "tastes like cardboard", and finish with your hilariously witty sign off "I'll get my coat...".
Trolling of the lamest calibre.
3 Likes #16
I have to say that the early meat substitutes weren't very good but these quorn products are decent. Not a vegetarian but would like to reduce my meat consumption. People eat way too much meat nowadays and it would be better on a whole if we all reduced eating it.

I've had some chilli con carne made from quorn and enjoyed it. So this deal would give me a chance to try some more. Have some heat.



Edited By: lazarus20000 on Oct 14, 2016 20:43
#17
Quorn mince is ok cooked on the job for a chilli, but from the slow cooker it's a shile of pite.
1 Like #18
firstofficer
If Quorn didn't Taste of cardboard, I'd have taken my hat off to you for finding this..
As its stands, I'm gonna give you some warmth for the effort, quality of post, grammer and the reasonable price. That's all I can manage for now I'm afraid.
Well done!
I'll get my coat..

Before I clicked on the link I wondered, "How many comments down do I need to go before some tw*t makes a utterly hilarious and original 'cardboard' comment?". Congratulations 'First Officer' you managed it in the 5th post and you win the wooden spoon. You are not a boorish mouth breather at all.
1 Like #19
STOP EATING CARDBOARD!! This is nice food..
#20
reindeer
STOP EATING CARDBOARD!! This is nice food..
It is quite concerning he knows what cardboard tastes like.. but then I guess instructions on boxes can be confusing.
#21
NitrousUK
reindeer
STOP EATING CARDBOARD!! This is nice food..
It is quite concerning he knows what cardboard tastes like.. but then I guess instructions on boxes can be confusing.

I've only once inadvertently tried it when the packaging was stuck to the food when I microwaved it.. So I got a bit of a flavour of what it was like..

Anyway, let's not get off the topic - this forum is not about personal food preferences but more about getting the best deals..

Thank you all for your comments.

I'll get my coat..
#22
Some of the comments are not very fair on " cardboard " which tastes better than Quorn and does not cause some people to have allergic reactions including death !
#23
firstofficer
Anyway, let's not get off the topic - this forum is not about personal food preferences but more about getting the best deals..

Dream on - this is a public forum and on most deals you'll find opinion, and at times, useful information. In order to make an informed choice about an 'alleged' bargain, there needs to be a discussion and ethical arguments are also relevant.
2 Likes #24
Proveright
...allergic reactions including death !

A pointless comment, most foods stuffs have caused death and have associated risks.

The concept of "tasting like cardboard" is a joke, albeit a tired one now. Obviously, if their products tasted that bland, they wouldn't sell in such a high volume and as a former user of Quorn, I can guarantee, that my own meals, when dressed properly with a sauce and vegetables and spices, did not taste of cardboard.

Anyway - the key point is, the product symbolises a step away from the cruel meat industry, but they need to step away further and stop using dairy and eggs. It is good to see vegan items now flashing up in their product line.

My opinion is, these sorts of products are unnecessary, if you have access to chick peas, lentils, green peas etc. - as these items are enough within themselves.
1 Like #25
Justme1969
Proveright
...allergic reactions including death !
A pointless comment, most foods stuffs have caused death and have associated risks.
The concept of "tasting like cardboard" is a joke, albeit a tired one now. Obviously, if their products tasted that bland, they wouldn't sell in such a high volume and as a former user of Quorn, I can guarantee, that my own meals, when dressed properly with a sauce and vegetables and spices, did not taste of cardboard.
Anyway - the key point is, the product symbolises a step away from the cruel meat industry, but they need to step away further and stop using dairy and eggs. It is good to see vegan items now flashing up in their product line.
My opinion is, these sorts of products are unnecessary, if you have access to chick peas, lentils, green peas etc. - as these items are enough within themselves.

Agreed. Nicely put.
#26
Proveright
Some of the comments are not very fair on " cardboard " which tastes better than Quorn and does not cause some people to have allergic reactions including death !
And here's the other HUKD Quorn troll. Who has been told literally multiple times, in great detail, why his FUD of allergic reactions is completely invalid. Literally, every food has allergic reactions, and many (eg nuts, sea food, soya, etc) far more so than Quorn. But that doesn't matter to proveright, as he knows this, he's been told countless times, but continues to say exactly the same things in various Quorn threads. He doesn't care about the truth. He is yet another fragile soul, so threatened by a product that symbolises an attack on his current behaviour.
#27
Quorn sausages are simply amazing. I gave one to my fat brother and I didn't tell him and he still ate it; and he's normally very picky on food...

That said, if I eat more than one of a Quorn sausage for a meal I will feel sick.
2 Likes #28
don't give a stuff that its Quorn, now tell me how to get it as cheap as possible using APG, COS and vouchers etc!
#29
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/federal-eye/wp/2015/03/25/parents-lawsuit-says-quorn-mold-based-food-product-killed-their-11-year-old-son/

Parents of an 11-year-old boy filed a lawsuit Wednesday against food manufacturer Quorn Foods Inc., saying the mold-based product it makes caused his death, records show.

Ann Marie Cote, of Long Beach, Calif., said her son, Miles Bengco, was allergic to mold and suffered a fatal, “severe anaphylactic reaction” in June 2013 to the fungus contained in Quorn’s Turk’y Burger, the lawsuit alleges.

Quorn products are made from a protein-rich fungus the company makes in large fermentation vats, company and U.S. Food and Drug Administration records show.

The lawsuit says that the product was “effectively a deadly poison for him…All desperate medical measures undertaken thereafter were unavailing. Neither Miles’ family nor his emergency doctors knew or had any reason to suspect that Miles was reacting to his ingestion of a massive amount of mold.”



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/lifestyle/wellbeing/diet/3318997/Whats-the-truth-about...-Quorn.html



By Kate Devlin

12:01AM BST 30 May 2005

This month, an American lobby group claimed that Quorn, a meat substitute that is popular with vegetarians, causes "life-threatening" allergies, and filed a law suit against its main American manufacturer and retailer,

..............

http://www.quorninfo.com/
1 Like #30
Proveright
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/federal-eye/wp/2015/03/25/parents-lawsuit-says-quorn-mold-based-food-product-killed-their-11-year-old-son/
Parents of an 11-year-old boy filed a lawsuit Wednesday against food manufacturer Quorn Foods Inc., saying the mold-based product it makes caused his death, records show.
Ann Marie Cote, of Long Beach, Calif., said her son, Miles Bengco, was allergic to mold and suffered a fatal, “severe anaphylactic reaction” in June 2013 to the fungus contained in Quorn’s Turk’y Burger, the lawsuit alleges.
Quorn products are made from a protein-rich fungus the company makes in large fermentation vats, company and U.S. Food and Drug Administration records show.
The lawsuit says that the product was “effectively a deadly poison for him…All desperate medical measures undertaken thereafter were unavailing. Neither Miles’ family nor his emergency doctors knew or had any reason to suspect that Miles was reacting to his ingestion of a massive amount of mold.”http://www.telegraph.co.uk/lifestyle/wellbeing/diet/3318997/Whats-the-truth-about...-Quorn.html
By Kate Devlin
12:01AM BST 30 May 2005
This month, an American lobby group claimed that Quorn, a meat substitute that is popular with vegetarians, causes "life-threatening" allergies, and filed a law suit against its main American manufacturer and retailer,
..............http://www.quorninfo.com/
How many times do we have to tell you, CSPI is not a credible source of information.. They are literally paid by Quorns biggest competitor, Garden Burger. You can see their adverts on their site. They are in no way a scientific organisation. It's literally a bunch of people saying whatever they want (or rather, are paid to). It is total, utter, corporate paid-for, FUD and lies. How can you not understand this? Are you also paid by Garden Burger by chance??

Regarding one person dying from a food allergy. Why does this surprise you? 200 people a year die from food allergies in the US alone.

Edited By: NitrousUK on Oct 15, 2016 23:22: more
1 Like #31
Any of the vegan range on there?
#32
NitriousUk your same arguments were put forward by the tobacco industry years ago, when they had celebrities advertise smoking is good for you.
In fact one manufacturer started putting asbestos in the filter tips claiming it filtered out all the harmful
particles !

Quorn products should have a health warning on the packet that eating mold can be injurious to your health.
#33
Proveright
your same arguments were put forward by...

Would you like a series of authoritative science-based reports looking at the direct link between meat & dairy consumption and heart disease, bowel cancer, diabetes etc etc?

I know piles of fellow humans, in the past, who ate Quorn regularly without incident. To cite your example, could the same be said for smoking a pile of fags each week? Nope. Clear signs of degrading health.

There will be isolated cases for many, if not all food products.

I have specific allergies myself that I have to check labels for, including gluten, which causes inflammation in my gut, yet other members of my family have no issues whatsoever.

Maybe meat & dairy products should have a health warning on them as well?
#34
Proveright
NitriousUk your same arguments were put forward by the tobacco industry years ago, when they had celebrities advertise smoking is good for you.
In fact one manufacturer started putting asbestos in the filter tips claiming it filtered out all the harmful
particles !
Quorn products should have a health warning on the packet that eating mold can be injurious to your health.
Yes, it's the plucky capitalists shining the light of truth for the good of mankind. Not those silly scientists with their silly phds..
It's basically impossible to debate with you, because you reject science and replace reality with your own version of choice.

So should mushrooms also have labels on them too? They're a very similar kind of fungus to Quorn, and people can be allergic to it. So clearly mushrooms are a danger to health! Quick, go forth and warn the people proveright!

Edited By: NitrousUK on Oct 16, 2016 16:40: more
#35
pyropove
Any of the vegan range on there?

just meat eater rage !!!
1 Like #36
rdwarr
scunny
Thanks OP HOT and not 1 snide comment off a meat eater YET
Why should there be? It's not as if we always see snide comments from vegetarians whenever there's a deal on meat products...........
Ask the meat eaters because I haven't a clue why our life choices bother them so much. As regards veggies on meat threads I doubt there are many because we don't care you eat corpses. Dog on meaties.
1 Like #37
Quorn products should have a health warning on the packet that eating mold can be injurious to your health.

In which case we also need to put a warning on water, which can desalinate your body and kill you (and has killed more people than Quorn).

I have the upmost sympathy for the death of a child and the grief it encompasses.
I have no sympathy for the need to find somebody to blame. Quorn has been around since the 1950s, it's not the new hidden killer.
2 Likes #38
Justme1969
NitrousUK
Just thought you should know what sort of person you're engaging with. I think if we knew any more we would be even more ashamed of engaging with him..
Possibly thinks a caveman diet is the way to go: Paleo Diet Junked (YouTube Video)
It's OK, I got the measure of the man... you never know, he might move away from his factory-farm propaganda and buckets of chicken and coke eventually. They say hope springs eternal.
I changed after a few years of nihilism and macho-ism... it took exposure to some hardcore slaughter videos and hard, cold, logic & reason that eventually broke through my armour, and let the compassion flow freely.
Thing is, most of us who are informed, understand that moving away from the corpse-eating-model is the way to go, but we have our work cut out still and on dark days, I don't see a glimmer of hope for a universal change to plant based eating, it will take a vile cataclysm to wake people up on mass, probably, and it's coming, the signs are there... I think we are going to pass through seriously turbulent waters in the not too distant. Maybe for people like First Officer though, he's happy to say "f@@@ it" and carry on with the buckets of cheap chicken, because it might not be in his lifetime that the "s" hits the fan.
Funny old life.
To me, the real issue isn't the fact we eat meat, it's the volume of it we consume and the fact the animals are treated as commodities that is the issue. Having said that, having practiced vegetarianism for a few years now I have moved away from the mass "blinkering" that sees eating meat as separate from eating animal corpses. I personally think vegetarianism is becoming A LOT more mainstream, and we will reach a "tipping point" in the community psyche where clarity is found for a vast majority, and meat consumption will drop away. I think the best comparison is to slavery - once considered perfectly acceptable, with only "crazies" opposing it. We've come a long way and we've a long way to go...
#39
batvink
Quorn products should have a health warning on the packet that eating mold can be injurious to your health.
In which case we also need to put a warning on water, which can desalinate your body and kill you (and has killed more people than Quorn).
I have the upmost sympathy for the death of a child and the grief it encompasses.
I have no sympathy for the need to find somebody to blame. Quorn has been around since the 1950s, it's not the new hidden killer.
Proveright can't be reasoned with. He doesn't care about facts or logic. He only cares about spreading FUD for personal reasons.
#40
Glad to see I'm not imagining this, every time I've tried Quorn I've been violently ill, so maybe I'm allergic to the fungus.

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