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Quorn Pieces 300g and Quorn Mince 300g was 1.92 now 1.00 @ Asda

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Good Deal that I thought may interest others. Delicious, tender Quorn pieces perfect for stir fries, curries, casseroles and all your favourite recipes. Quorn pieces are made with mycoprotein, a … Read More
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Good Deal that I thought may interest others.

Delicious, tender Quorn pieces perfect for stir fries, curries, casseroles and all your favourite recipes.
Quorn pieces are made with mycoprotein, a nutritious member of the fungi family, which is naturally low in fat.
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#1
hot

:awaits the wrath of the meat fan-boys:
#2
A like ma MEAT, but i have never eaten Quorn... Well, not that i am aware of... May have a look at this and see what its like
#3
The mince is great for chilli con carne !
#4
I like the balls. Mind you the asda balls are good too. hot btw.
#5
chilli con quorne surely? And this is a steal. If I didnt already have a freezer full of it, I'd be down there buying more.
#6
Quorn mince is £1 in Tesco too, not sure about then Quorn pieces
banned#7
I can take or leave meat, except for lamb which a LOVE! But I do like a bit of quorn looks like its time to stock up the freezer again!!
#8
Quorn is a great meat substitute, but I have recently discovered that my mate is allergic to it, after he came round for dinner one night and began stumbling around vomiting everywhere.

Apparently, mycoproteins allergy is reasonably common. Who knew!
#9
I'm not veggie but <3 Quorn, great deal.
#10
voted hot
#11
im not a veggie either, but love quorn! the chicken pieces and mince are both great! worth a pop to asda for this and the coke bogof!
banned#12
And the meat fan wrath beginneth...

It's good the way that quorn and vegetarianism is promoted. To think if no-one at meat, then farmers would be out of work, wild cattle, and other animals would be just left to roam as who'd bother keeping them apart from the dairly farms?
Butchers would cease to exist - more doleites.
Supermarkets and convenience stores would downsize by a colossal level.

Forget 3,000,000 unemployed by 2010, if the vegans had their way there'd end up being 13,000,000 on the dole. :pirate:
banned#13
however, does seem a good price though...
#14
Much better for you than a £2 chicken.
#15
A big meat eater here but I did make some veggie bolognaise with Quorn mince and it was quite nice. It does look like frozen gravel when you throw it in the pan but if you served it up without me knowing, I doubt I'd spot the difference that easily (and would probably put it down to the sauce, rather than the meat/lack of).

My GF is Hindu so I don't eat a lot of beef myself at home so a Quorn substitute is great. Will stock up.
#16
cjmarcantonio;4435190
And the meat fan wrath beginneth...

It's good the way that quorn and vegetarianism is promoted. To think if no-one at meat, then farmers would be out of work, wild cattle, and other animals would be just left to roam as who'd bother keeping them apart from the dairly farms?
Butchers would cease to exist - more doleites.
Supermarkets and convenience stores would downsize by a colossal level.

Forget 3,000,000 unemployed by 2010, if the vegans had their way there'd end up being 13,000,000 on the dole. :pirate:

and who'd be making all the veggie food then? trolls? :thinking:
#17
cjmarcantonio
And the meat fan wrath beginneth...

It's good the way that quorn and vegetarianism is promoted. To think if no-one at meat, then farmers would be out of work, wild cattle, and other animals would be just left to roam as who'd bother keeping them apart from the dairly farms?
Butchers would cease to exist - more doleites.
Supermarkets and convenience stores would downsize by a colossal level.

Forget 3,000,000 unemployed by 2010, if the vegans had their way there'd end up being 13,000,000 on the dole. :pirate:


Its friday afternoon so I'll take the bait (despite it being an ill thought out and ill laid out brain fart)!

yes, of course if no one ate meat there would be wild cattle roaming around, it seems obvious now you mention it, and I expect when people stop eating meat they'll just die, I dont see any other way to account for there not being extra vegetaraian food production and indeed millions of people employed as a result.
#18
punkrjb
and who'd be making all the veggie food then? trolls? :thinking:


Robots?
#19
There are 20 million people in armed forces around the world, who would be made unemployed if we had no armies. I guess that makes world peace an immoral pursuit.

As for Quorn, I'm a vegetarian and i find it deeply unpleasant - but this is a damned good price for it if you happen to like it.
#20
I eat so much Quorn and I'm not a veggie. The mince is great, and today I had the 1/4 pounders and they were great. The only substitute I need to find for now is chicken, then I can cut all meat out of my diet.
#21
bowdeni
I eat so much Quorn and I'm not a veggie. The mince is great, and today I had the 1/4 pounders and they were great. The only substitute I need to find for now is chicken, then I can cut all meat out of my diet.


Quorn does good chicken style pieces, chicken style fillets (battered or plain), chicken style strips and chicken style burgers so it shouldn't be a problem?
#22
hot!! :thumbsup:

LOVE Quorn, especially the pieces and mince, i live on it. shame there's no Asda near me :x
#23
got 50% extra size bags at iceland for £1
#24
I love Quorn, extremely low calories, such high protein content, great if you go to the gym and you want some extra protein on top with very little increase in calories.
#25
wow only a quid for some processed edible fungus with water, i will have some of that ;-)
#26
cjmarcantonio
And the meat fan wrath beginneth...

It's good the way that quorn and vegetarianism is promoted. To think if no-one at meat, then farmers would be out of work, wild cattle, and other animals would be just left to roam as who'd bother keeping them apart from the dairly farms?
Butchers would cease to exist - more doleites.
Supermarkets and convenience stores would downsize by a colossal level.

Forget 3,000,000 unemployed by 2010, if the vegans had their way there'd end up being 13,000,000 on the dole. :pirate:


Oddly enough I'm not rushing out to buy some chicken to make sure employment levels don't drop any more.

A farmer made a decision to become a farmer, if the economy changes and his job goes, he's in the same position as someone who decided to work in woolworths. But I bet you're not about to tell someone who failed to buy something from their value range that it's their fault. Same goes for a butcher.
#27
I think its a bit low in iron though?
#28
Tesco is selling the 300 g mince for 99p!!!
#29
thekanester
Quorn is a great meat substitute, but I have recently discovered that my mate is allergic to it, after he came round for dinner one night and began stumbling around vomiting everywhere.

Apparently, mycoproteins allergy is reasonably common. Who knew!


I have bad reactions to quorn too - I'm not pleasant to be around.
#30
heated
Just posted in misc about this. A must watch programme that demonstrates why we should reconsider the foods we eat. We may be forced to in the not too distant future

Watch and see for yourself
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00hs8zp/b00hs8t5/Natural_World_20082009_A_Farm_for_the_Future/
#31
cjmarcantonio
And the meat fan wrath beginneth...

It's good the way that quorn and vegetarianism is promoted. To think if no-one at meat, then farmers would be out of work, wild cattle, and other animals would be just left to roam as who'd bother keeping them apart from the dairly farms?
Butchers would cease to exist - more doleites.
Supermarkets and convenience stores would downsize by a colossal level.

Forget 3,000,000 unemployed by 2010, if the vegans had their way there'd end up being 13,000,000 on the dole. :pirate:

then who would produce and sell vegetarian food then??? or whould we just not eat meat and starve to death lol
#32
I might get this to feed to my geese. Cheaper than buying that fortnum & mason foie gras from yesterday ....


on a more serious note, does this stuff contains the fats & proteins that I get from meat ? or would I have to start taking supplements ?
#33
readysalted
I might get this to feed to my geese. Cheaper than buying that fortnum & mason foie gras from yesterday ....


on a more serious note, does this stuff contains the fats & proteins that I get from meat ? or would I have to start taking supplements ?


heres all the comparisons for you...
http://www.quorn.us/cmpage.aspx?pageid=511

in short low in fat, and still a good source of protein

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