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QUORN Nuggetts - Finger Lickin' (no chicken) Good £1.00 at Morrisons instore and online.

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The best "Chicken" Nuggets around I think these are halal, be careful -MadeDixonsCry I think these are halal, be careful -MadeDixonsCry Read More
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1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago
The best "Chicken" Nuggets around

I think these are halal, be careful
-MadeDixonsCry

I think these are halal, be careful
-MadeDixonsCry
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1 Like #1
The best?

These are still 'fowl'. cheeky
1 Like #2
300 grams, hot

Edited By: MadeDixonsCry on Jun 18, 2017 11:00:
#3
on the scale of food items the best, greatest nugget in the universe is still pretty low down the list. Nuggets are ultimately a convenience food for lazy people :p
#4
sunnyhot
on the scale of food items the best, greatest nugget in the universe is still pretty low down the list. Nuggets are ultimately a convenience food for lazy people :p


Nuggets is just pauper for Goujon.
3 Likes #5
Would'nt even let my Labrador eat this s***e !!!!!!!!!

https://media.giphy.com/media/Ia99raWIUm60o/giphy.gif
#6
There's much worse foods... health wise...out there....eaten and enjoyed by many..........for a shorter period ;)
#7
d you
9 Likes #8
tomharris79656
Would'nt even let my Labrador eat this s***e !!!!!!!!!


Really? It's basically reformed mushroom. Surely that's better than the garbage bits of a chicken?
4 Likes #9
I recommend the new restaurant in town - Kentucky Freud Chicken - it's motherf*ckin' good!
#10
12 Likes #11
Had these quite a few times, near identical to McDonalds Nuggets. If you like those then you'll probably like these, unless of course you have some weird complex about having to eat meat to prove something to yourself.

Heat from me as at £1 these are a bargain.
2 Likes #12
tomharris79656
Would'nt even let my Labrador eat this s***e !!!!!!!!!


That looks exactly like the process for "real" chicken nuggets..
#13
No chicken ! Just like McDonald's
#14
Not suitable for Vegans.. contains egg
#15
These are gorgeous. If you’ve not tried them, you should.
4 Likes #16
theres a lot of debate as to whether quorn is a healthy food with a lot of people saying it isnt - for example because because its highly processed with quite a few additives and also because some people are allergic to it

think I'll stick to my £4 per kilo fresh chicken breasts with no added water or salt

Edited By: bayhabourbutcher on Jun 18, 2017 22:50
3 Likes #17
muzzzzzzzzzy
Not suitable for Vegans.. contains egg
Good.
1 Like #18
bayhabourbutcher
theres a lot of debate as to whether quorn is a healthy food with a lot of people saying it isnt - for example because because its highly processed with quite a few additives and also because some people are allergic to it
think I'll stick to my £4 per kilo fresh chicken breasts with no added water or salt

Of course you've the added "No living being was killed in the making of this quorn"
#19
MEGAONE
bayhabourbutcher
theres a lot of debate as to whether quorn is a healthy food with a lot of people saying it isnt - for example because because its highly processed with quite a few additives and also because some people are allergic to it
think I'll stick to my £4 per kilo fresh chicken breasts with no added water or salt

Of course you've the added "No living being was killed in the making of this quorn"


a living organism was though!
#20
So Hot ! Thanks for sharing
#21
MEGAONE
bayhabourbutcher
theres a lot of debate as to whether quorn is a healthy food with a lot of people saying it isnt - for example because because its highly processed with quite a few additives and also because some people are allergic to it
think I'll stick to my £4 per kilo fresh chicken breasts with no added water or salt
Of course you've the added "No living being was killed in the making of this quorn"

Of course you added the "I pretend this tastes as good as chicken when in reality its pap"
3 Likes #22
tomharris79656
Would'nt even let my Labrador eat this s***e !!!!!!!!![/img]

To be fair I be there's loads of filth your Labrador eats without you knowing, they're greedy gits.
#24
Tastes like they are made from sawdust. In my local Asda they are always in the reduced section.
#26


I would NEVER trust quackwatch. Read a bit more about the guy who founded it. Its full of lies and enterprise behind a lot of it. The latin name for quorn does mean poisonous and has affected a number of people. Its highly processed too.
#27
buttondup
I recommend the new restaurant in town - Kentucky Freud Chicken - it's motherf*ckin' good!

This is probably the most intelligent pun I've read on HUKD!

Did you make it up yourself?

Edit, ok, you didn't make it up yourself but it's the first time I've seen it. It's hilarious!
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bayhabourbutcher
theres a lot of debate as to whether quorn is a healthy food with a lot of people saying it isnt - for example because because its highly processed with quite a few additives and also because some people are allergic to it
think I'll stick to my £4 per kilo fresh chicken breasts with no added water or salt
The only "debate" is caused by FUD spread by unqualified shills, namely CSPI who are paid by Quorns biggest competitor (Garden Burger). There is exactly zero scientific evidence Quorn is bad for you. Trust me, I've looked, I've read all the evidence and opinions. I would also say I'm qualified to comment on it, since I'm studying medical statistics at a postgraduate level.

Comment about salt is bogus, it's a fraction of the daily RDA. Comments about allergic reactions is total BS because every single food can cause allergic reactions, and many (eg shellfish, peanuts, soya) vastly more so than Quorn.
And "processed" and "additives" means nothing too.. name the process or additive and how it is bad for humans.

Edited By: NitrousUK on Jun 24, 2017 14:15

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