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Quorn Southern Style Chicken 89p @ Sainsburys

£0.89 @ Sainsbury's
Top Bargain which I have now stocked up on. I love these and think that they are so much better than the cheap "real" chicken burgers. I bet these are much healthier. 89p @ Sainsburys Afraid t… Read More
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
Top Bargain which I have now stocked up on.
I love these and think that they are so much better than the cheap "real" chicken burgers.
I bet these are much healthier.

89p @ Sainsburys

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#1
these are great and a good price, i stocked up on a few packs
#2
add lettuce and mayo and stick it in a bun and you have a mcchicken sandwich! yum :D
#3
Nice in tortillas with lettuce and sour cream dip
#4
I bet you didn't know that Quorn is a highly-processed product refined from slime mould and developed by ICI. People think it's made from mushrooms but it isn't, it's made from slime mould. Well known for causing stomach gripes too. Made my daughter ill. Nasty stuff. Google.
#5
spionkop
I bet you didn't know that Quorn is a highly-processed product refined from slime mould and developed by ICI. People think it's made from mushrooms but it isn't, it's made from slime mould. Well known for causing stomach gripes too. Made my daughter ill. Nasty stuff. Google.


here here utter rubbish, if you want chicken or chicken flavour buy a chicken.
#6
spionkop
I bet you didn't know that Quorn is a highly-processed product refined from slime mould and developed by ICI. People think it's made from mushrooms but it isn't, it's made from slime mould. Well known for causing stomach gripes too. Made my daughter ill. Nasty stuff. Google.


Utterly useless comment. Every time there is a Quorn product listed as a deal, nonsense like this is spouted. Just relax, some deals aren't for everyone. At least Quorn wont give you mercury poisoning.
#7
In addition to this, Tesco have the Chicken-Style pieces for 99p a bag just now (freezer cabinet) - excellent stuff, low in fat, good protein content. If it doesn't agree with you (or your daughter) then don't buy.

Voted Hot.
banned#8
mborg
Utterly useless comment. Every time there is a Quorn product listed as a deal, nonsense like this is spouted. Just relax, some deals aren't for everyone. At least Quorn wont give you mercury poisoning.


What is nonsense about it?
#9
Hope it's free range :-D
#10
Love Quorn; good spot.
#11
mborg
Utterly useless comment. Every time there is a Quorn product listed as a deal, nonsense like this is spouted. Just relax, some deals aren't for everyone. At least Quorn wont give you mercury poisoning.


agree, more chance of cheap EU meat giving you a bad tummy.
#12
spionkop
I bet you didn't know that Quorn is a highly-processed product refined from slime mould and developed by ICI. People think it's made from mushrooms but it isn't, it's made from slime mould. Well known for causing stomach gripes too. Made my daughter ill. Nasty stuff. Google.


Do you know what hotdogs/sausages and low budget chicken fillets and mince are made from?
Something far more horrific than fungi slime.
You can't knock something because it made your daughter ill, lots of foods cause intolerance and reactions such as peanuts, milk, gluten etc found in all kinds of food.
#13
I'm one of those people who are Quorn intolerant. I gave it up for years, but tried again recently. The symptoms were exactly the same - painful stomach gripes and eventual vomiting. I'm at a loss to explain why it affects me so, because I'm not allergic to any other food that I know of.

It's a shame, because otherwise, I'd eat tons of the stuff. Plus, it reduces the need to feel guilty for causing a global flu pandemic :whistling:
#14
waldo
I'm one of those people who are Quorn intolerant. I gave it up for years, but tried again recently. The symptoms were exactly the same - painful stomach gripes and eventual vomiting. I'm at a loss to explain why it affects me so, because I'm not allergic to any other food that I know of.

It's a shame, because otherwise, I'd eat tons of the stuff. Plus, it reduces the need to feel guilty for causing a global flu pandemic :whistling:


I dont think the ordinary person caused this flu thing... its farmers. half of all this bad stuff could be gotten rid of if they just give the naimals a injection against all these nasty stuff, they don it too humans, beginning when we are little babies!.

Never knew Quorn could make people ill though, think i'll pass on this then, the pic did look nice though :-)
#15
Polly_P
I dont think the ordinary person caused this flu thing... its farmers. half of all this bad stuff could be gotten rid of if they just give the naimals a injection against all these nasty stuff, they don it too humans, beginning when we are little babies!.

Never knew Quorn could make people ill though, think i'll pass on this then, the pic did look nice though :-)


give it a try, im sure it only affects a small %
#16
The deal is inaccurate because it's not chicken, it's Quorn anyway. People without an encyclopaedic knowledge of brand names could be fooled.
#17
Excellent! I love these! I'll be heading down and stocking up on them! I've never heard of someone getting ill from quorn... its must be a very very small minority, plus its just like any other allergy I guess. Noone knows your own body like yourself.
#18
Dudley
The deal is inaccurate because it's not chicken, it's Quorn anyway. People without an encyclopaedic knowledge of brand names could be fooled.

The deal isn't inaccurate because that's what they're called, anybody who is stupid enough to buy these thinking they're real chicken deserve to waste their money.

They've been this price for a few weeks now, go great on a BBQ when the weather allows. Even the meat eaters agreed these were nice at one I was at a week(ish) ago.

Oh, and everyone managed to eat them without being sick. I've never heard such rubbish! Especially the moron calling it 'slime mould'. I'd love to hear your definitions of other things, you can make anything sound disgusting if you want to.
banned#19
Great Find, Heat added
#20
Polly_P
I dont think the ordinary person caused this flu thing... its farmers.


The only way to produce meat at current prices is to keep animals in the horrifying conditions that seem to have contributed to this situation. Farmers, supermarkets and customers are equally to blame for that.

Polly_P
half of all this bad stuff could be gotten rid of if they just give the naimals a injection against all these nasty stuff.


Overuse of drugs, especially antibiotics, is a major cause of diseases developing a resistance against them. Already two of the four anti-flu medications we have are ineffective against this current flu strain. What will we do when it reaches four out of four?
#21
Teh Lemur



Overuse of drugs, especially antibiotics, is a major cause of diseases developing a resistance against them. Already two of the four anti-flu medications we have are ineffective against this current flu strain. What will we do when it reaches four out of four?


The flu is a VIRUS. Antibiotics are used against BACTERIUM. they are two very different things.
#22
dvdrzuk
Hope it's free range :-D


the eggs used are indeed free range you smarmy ****.
#23
Hmmm, feel the love in the room.

Anyways, i for one love mould slime and its a great source of low cal protein and a bit cheaper than its meat alternative. Saying that i picked up the Birdseye chicken burgers instead as they were half price as well :)
banned#24
These are great for protein.

If you want them to have some flavour, I use a Foreman grill and cook them downstream from an Angus burger.

Protein and flavour.
#25
lynnexxxo
The flu is a VIRUS. Antibiotics are used against BACTERIUM. they are two very different things.


Obviously. Sorry if what I was saying was unclear. I was talking about the general principle of "giving animals injections against all that nasty stuff". Antibiotics are often added to animal feed, just so the animals can be fed on cheap crap that isn't part of their natural diet, to save the farmer money. Please don't shout either, I can hear you perfectly well.

Incidentally, I know I sound like a raving militant veggie here, so I ought to point out I do actually eat meat occasionally. Much though I'd like to give it up, it's too damn tasty - I just make sure I buy organic, free-range stuff.
#26
They are lush - thanks will stock up!
#27
hot for that price! and very yummy! :thumbsup:

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