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Quorn Cumberland Sausages 300G in Tesco for £1.00

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Thanks. Anyone seen the Quorn pieces on special anywhere? Usually stock up when these are £1 but cant find them any cheaper than £1.98 at the moment.
#2
yuck
#3
Hot food deal!
#4
ok but a bit dry
9 Likes #5
although you say they might be a bit dry and 'yuck', think id prefer that than eating pigs eyelids, tearducts, a**holes and willies....each to their own X)
#6
I have nothing against vegetarian food, but find it very odd that a lot of products vegetarian are marketed oddly,, cumberland sausage have the pork meat chopped coarsely traditionally, does this mean that the quorn is chopped coarsely?!
#7
They are chopped quite coarsely, different texture and much tastier than the normal bland variety.

Not sure why everyone thinks veggie products are marketed oddly. Vegetarians make a decision not to eat meat for a whole host of reasons. That's not to say a large majority of us dislike the taste or smell of meat. These quorn products will never be as good as "the real thing" but if you have nothing to compare them too, they're a pretty good subsitute.

£1 for six of these is a bargain! Heated.
#8
farmfoods usually have them for £1 too, I find them quite dry but they're not too bad, as for why they call them cumberland etc I have no idea, they should just call them sausages, although you can't call something a sausage unless it has 32% of meat in... so bangers X)
2 Likes #9
..and the fact it only needs to be 32% meat to be called a sausage makes most of you already 2/3rds the way to joining the greenside. ;)
1 Like #10
STAY AWAY GUYS...... QUORN GIVE YOU MOOBS!!!

ICE COLD
1 Like #11
LJM
Thanks. Anyone seen the Quorn pieces on special anywhere? Usually stock up when these are £1 but cant find them any cheaper than £1.98 at the moment.
Got some in sainsburys...

350g Pieces - 3 for £5.50.
3 Likes #12
khamill
STAY AWAY GUYS...... QUORN GIVE YOU MOOBS!!!

ICE COLD



Idiocy gives you bigger moobs.
1 Like #13
Can't see the point!

Rather eat proper Cumberland sausages!
#14
i prefer the real meat.... cant beat a bit of pork :D
#15
crazylegs
Can't see the point!

Rather eat proper Cumberland sausages!


I can't see the point to you posting that. But you did it anyway, for whatever reason.

There are plenty of reasons why people are vegetarian, a whole host of reasons. And if they like quorn sausages, this is a great deal.
#16
Mingin'
#17
Good price
#18
Wotan
khamill
STAY AWAY GUYS...... QUORN GIVE YOU MOOBS!!!

ICE COLD



Idiocy gives you bigger moobs.


Is that a scientific fact....????
#19
gary_rip
LJM
Thanks. Anyone seen the Quorn pieces on special anywhere? Usually stock up when these are £1 but cant find them any cheaper than £1.98 at the moment.

Got some in sainsburys...

350g Pieces - 3 for £5.50.


Aren't they 3 for £5 in Tesco? Or at least, they were recently. Also waiting for the £1 bags to stock up again - it's been a while...
3 Likes #20
Can't see the point!

Rather eat proper Cumberland sausages!


I'm not a vegetarian but like to eat these as "regular" sausages are absolutely loaded with fat whereas quorn products in general are low fat, low carb, high protein so it's not just a vegetarian thing, they are much better for you as well.
#21
£1 in Morrisons as well if that helps anyone
#22
What are these like in comparison to their normal sausages? I find their stuff a bit hit and miss. Some things are great - the "chicken" pieces and southern fried chicken strips being my favourites - but some taste a bit weird.

Though that's probably because I still judge them by what they taste like in comparison to the real thing (despite not eating it for 7 years - probably don't really remember it!) and not as a standalone product. As someone else said, it may not be as good, but its the best substitute.
1 Like #23
Only 60 KCals a sausage! You can have a whole pack of these and still only 2/3rds of a Starbucks muffin oO
1 Like #24
khamill
Wotan
khamill
STAY AWAY GUYS...... QUORN GIVE YOU MOOBS!!!

ICE COLD


Idiocy gives you bigger moobs.

Is that a scientific fact....????

No. Quorn is a mycoprotein (egg and mushroom like fungus).You're thinking of soy protein which contains oestrogen. The claims of which you speak are hyperbole, the quantities of soy required to develop "moobs" mean they are unrealistic to achieve. Sorry fella, surgery is your only option.
#25
I'm a veggie. Good price - not amazing.

I prefer Linda Mcartneys myself :D

Heat added.
#26
I have never seen the fascination with Quorn, why would anyone want to eat a mix of Fungus and Chicken Embryo?

I'll just stick to Fry's Sausages (Soya) being a Vegan and all :)
1 Like #27
khamill
Wotan
khamill
STAY AWAY GUYS...... QUORN GIVE YOU MOOBS!!!

ICE COLD



Idiocy gives you bigger moobs.


Is that a scientific fact....????


About as scientific as quorn giving you moobs. Sadly idiocy also gives you a lack of respect and makes you look like a dimwit. I'd rather have the moobs.
#28
Should be banned under trade description act cumberland sausages are supossed to contain pork and be made in cumberland, quorn have seen niether!

Cumberland sausage is a form of sausage that originated in the ancient county of Cumberland, England, now part of Cumbria. They are traditionally very long (up to 50 cm), and sold rolled in a flat, circular coil but within western Cumbria they are more often served in long curved lengths.[citation needed] Sometimes they are made shorter, like ordinary British sausages, and sometimes they are coated in breadcrumbs.

The meat is pork, and seasonings are prepared from a variety of spices and herbs
1 Like #29
Voted hot - These deals do come up quite frequently but it's still a good chance to stock up.

I've been a vegetarian all my life. I prefer the linda mcartney sausages over these but then these contain far lower fat and calories so I get these when I'm dieting.

I often get asked why vegetarian food is made to look like a meat equivalent, and for me the answer is simply so that as a vegetarian, I am not left out - For example, at a BBQ, I can enjoy a veggy hotdog or burger just like the meat eaters. It's about recipes: If you can replace a meat product with something that is the same shape and size and of similar taste (often with lower calorie value and lower fat/carb content) then you can cater for the vegetarians without having to rethink the entire menu.

Just look at spaghetti bolognese. The Quorn mince is far healthier in terms of fat content and many people have told me it taste better than meat, often saying it's less greasy.

Each to their own I guess!
#30
why would a vegetarian want to eat something that looked like meat or looked like it had just been hacked out of the backside of a sheep?
2 Likes #31
littlemeglet
why would a vegetarian want to eat something that looked like meat or looked like it had just been hacked out of the backside of a sheep?


Why do meat eaters think they have a monopoly on everything and that veggies are mimicking them?

This gets asked EVERY time a veggie deal is posted. Simple fact is we don't. This doesn't look like meat. I've yet to see a cow, pig, sheep, chicken etc that looked like this. Or an escallop, burger etc, steak or any other shape seen in the butchers when buying meat. Pizza is a cylindrical disk like a burger, but bigger, do you ask all pizza eaters why they are eating something that looks like a big burger? I imagine not.

They're shapes made my the marketing companies to make meat easy to handle, look appealing and easy to pack. So they're used in many substances not just meat.

I often wonder why meat eaters want to eat the actual backside of a sheep, but I don't post it in every single deal that has meat content do I? Unlike people who clearly aren't veggie who feel the need to ask this every time a veggie post is made.


Edited By: Wotan on May 19, 2011 16:54
#32
Im from Cumbria and am disgusted at them calling these "Cumberland" sausages.
I doubt these are made in Cumbria. I have nothing against Quorn meat...just the branding...
Proper Cumberland MEAT sausages are only allowed to be made in Cumbria...to comply with law.
I very much doubt these are!!!
#33
ligerbomb
Can't see the point!

Rather eat proper Cumberland sausages!



I'm not a vegetarian but like to eat these as "regular" sausages are absolutely loaded with fat whereas quorn products in general are low fat, low carb, high protein so it's not just a vegetarian thing, they are much better for you as well.


Can`t agree more, some of my friends who eat meat also go for the veggie stuff as they prefur the taste and you know its healthier.
#34
Bought some in the past and found them to be a bit dry and bland.

However if your into your Quorn then its a good price! Enjoy!
#35
[quote=littlemeglet]why would a vegetarian want to eat something that looked like meat or looked like it had just been hacked out of the backside of a sheep?

Which animal/ part of an animal is shaped lke a suasage? Don't get how meatarians don't get why veggie products are served in sausage and burger shaped products. It's the same reason meat is shapedin sausage and burger shaped products.... Convenience!
#36
Stinking. Get yourself off down to the chippie and get a nice big sausage supper. X)
#37
Lefty
littlemeglet
why would a vegetarian want to eat something that looked like meat or looked like it had just been hacked out of the backside of a sheep?

Which animal/ part of an animal is shaped lke a suasage? Don't get how meatarians don't get why veggie products are served in sausage and burger shaped products. It's the same reason meat is shapedin sausage and burger shaped products.... Convenience!

Sausages are 'sausage shaped' because they were made from meaty things stuffed into an intestine (definitely animal), so no doubt that a sausage is intended to be a meat product. If veggies are so keen to shun meat, why not invent a new shape that bears no resemblance to anything meaty? Vegetarian bacon, on the other hand, is certainly very meat shaped.

smithysufc
Im from Cumbria and am disgusted at them calling these "Cumberland" sausages.
I doubt these are made in Cumbria. I have nothing against Quorn meat...just the branding...
Proper Cumberland MEAT sausages are only allowed to be made in Cumbria...to comply with law.
I very much doubt these are!!!

Quite right, and if I'm not mistaken, Cumberland sausage is a recipe style as well as being required to be be made in Cumberland (and Westmorland I guess), not a fashion accessory as these quorn things appear to be.

Edited By: spock1958 on May 19, 2011 19:52
#38
As Cumberland sausage has been awarded "Protected Geographical Status", technically these are illegal!

:D
#39
flipper118
although you say they might be a bit dry and 'yuck', think id prefer that than eating pigs eyelids, tearducts, a**holes and willies....each to their own X)
Great comment!
#40
Quorn is low fat and high protein unlike normal unhealthy Cumberland Sausages that are High fat and low protein and full of dead pigs pieces .. Yeuck!

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