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Just tried these not that bad, but I have not eaten fish for over 15 years, so what would I know ? A bit on the small side but might just be like wagon wheels never as big as you remeber them.
Fish without the fish in

Enriched with Omega 3

Vegetarian Society approved

Quorn® Cod Style Flakes coated in crispy breadcrumbs.

Quorn Fish Style Flakes are made with mycoprotein, a nutritious member of the fungi family which is naturally low in fat (less than 3%) & high in protein & fibre.

Our Fish Style Range is...

Fish Free

A Sustainable Way to Enjoy the Great taste of Fish

A Good Source of Protein

To discover recipes & to explore the Quorn range, visit http://www.quorn.co.uk

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Free From: Fish

Contains: Gluten, Wheat, Eggs, Milk

Allergy Other Text: Contains: Wheat Gluten

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#1
Weird, tempted. It's been a similar length of time for me and I never used to like fish, but I'll give em a whirl...
#2
out of boardem i checked and there are more cals in these than youngs! less protien also youngs are cheaper......
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1982john
out of boardem i checked and there are more cals in these than youngs! less protien also youngs are cheaper......
Just found this on the urban dictionary out of boredom
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" keyboardem " when one becomes so ridiculously bored on the computer, he/she must resort to making up random words.
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Edited By: jmcderm1 on Apr 10, 2011 22:57
#4
And they are horrible.... I wouldn't buy them again ...
banned#5
Fish don't have fingers.
#6
These are okay. I tried the tuna fishless fishcakes with sweetcorn a few weeks back but didn't like them.
#7
I really don't understand this whole Quorn thing. If you don't believe in raising/killing/harvesting animals to eat, fine I can respect that. I think its daft, but you are entitled to your beliefs and lifestyle. What I never have understood is this demand for fake meat products, what's wrong with nut pie or vege-burgers. A diet of "delicious mycoprotein" is far more unnatural than a general omnivorous diet.
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bytemaster
I really don't understand this whole Quorn thing. If you don't believe in raising/killing/harvesting animals to eat, fine I can respect that. I think its daft, but you are entitled to your beliefs and lifestyle. What I never have understood is this demand for fake meat products, what's wrong with nut pie or vege-burgers. A diet of "delicious mycoprotein" is far more unnatural than a general omnivorous diet.


Maybe people like having a wider choice than nut pie and veggie burgers?
#9
Villa
Fish don't have fingers.

That's because they are removed and sold in supermarkets.
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bytemaster
I really don't understand this whole Quorn thing. If you don't believe in raising/killing/harvesting animals to eat, fine I can respect that. I think its daft, but you are entitled to your beliefs and lifestyle. What I never have understood is this demand for fake meat products, what's wrong with nut pie or vege-burgers. A diet of "delicious mycoprotein" is far more unnatural than a general omnivorous diet.

I don't get this argument which is trolled out all the time. Quorn products are healthy, some tasty and they add range to vegetarian diets which can become boring on the protein side.
#11
justingalore
bytemaster
I really don't understand this whole Quorn thing. If you don't believe in raising/killing/harvesting animals to eat, fine I can respect that. I think its daft, but you are entitled to your beliefs and lifestyle. What I never have understood is this demand for fake meat products, what's wrong with nut pie or vege-burgers. A diet of "delicious mycoprotein" is far more unnatural than a general omnivorous diet.
I don't get this argument which is trolled out all the time. Quorn products are healthy, some tasty and they add range to vegetarian diets which can become boring on the protein side.

Not always healthy, so make sure you read the fat/saturated fat content before purchasing it.
banned#12
If I ever get stranded on a mountain side without food, I will be sure to eat a vegetarian first.
#13
Probably taste of fungus.
#14
These were £2 in Asda yesterday.
banned#15
bytemaster
I really don't understand this whole Quorn thing. If you don't believe in raising/killing/harvesting animals to eat, fine I can respect that. I think its daft, but you are entitled to your beliefs and lifestyle. What I never have understood is this demand for fake meat products, what's wrong with nut pie or vege-burgers. A diet of "delicious mycoprotein" is far more unnatural than a general omnivorous diet.


And fish come out of the sea as fish fingers and fish cakes do they? I never understand why meat eaters don't eat dead animals as they are rather than changing how it looks, tastes and feels in the mouth?

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