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Quorn Vegan Moroccan Soup 89p in Heron's

£0.89 @ Heron Foods
Moroccan flavour found in Roseworth Heron's. I know Quorn do another flavour so you may find both flavours in your local. 89p around 2.50 in supermarkets.
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5m, 1d agoFound 5 months, 1 day ago
Moroccan flavour found in Roseworth Heron's. I know Quorn do another flavour so you may find both flavours in your local. 89p around 2.50 in supermarkets.
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#1
ooh
1 Like #2
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
#3
What !
#4
I could eat Quorn in my sleep......................in soup wow must try that, anybody tasted it yet......is it like chicken chunks kinda soup thingy sounds weirdly nice xx
1 Like #5
Hersheymad
I could eat Quorn in my sleep......................in soup wow must try that, anybody tasted it yet......is it like chicken chunks kinda soup thingy sounds weirdly nice xx

I'm not really keen on soup so haven't bought it but took pic for a friend as he been going on about it an say they really handy to have in when not much time to do cook anything.
1 Like #6
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.


​protein
1 Like #7
Thanks again Mum2ConnornCerys going to buy a few if Telford have them fingers crossed wouldnt have known they existed if you hadnt have posted xx
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StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
1 Like #9
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
you have to eat a ridiculous amount to match the protein gram for gram against quorn
#10
StreetfighterKEV
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
you have to eat a ridiculous amount to match the protein gram for gram against quorn

There are 21g of protein in 100g of pinto beans, 19g in chickpeas, 24g in kidney beans, 9g in lentils, 6g in baked beans, 36g in soybeans. Spinach only has 3g per 100g, kale only 4.3g

There are 14g of protein in 100g of Quorn meat free chicken pieces, 14.5 per 100g of Quorn meat free mince.

So, yeah green leafy vegetables, but no to beans.
1 Like #11
wow pinto beans there's a party in your mouth for sure! not many people can get a100g of beans down them easily and not feel bloated, quorn is way easier to eat and digest, as a vegetarian athlete I've been down every nutrition route going including the beans route, IMO it was the worst, 1 meal with lost of beans would leave me full and bloated for way too long and often shipping the next meal, so getting less protein overall.
#12
Love Quorn products. Can't find these anywhere. HOT if you can though.
#13
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
you have to eat a ridiculous amount to match the protein gram for gram against quorn
There are 21g of protein in 100g of pinto beans, 19g in chickpeas, 24g in kidney beans, 9g in lentils, 6g in baked beans, 36g in soybeans. Spinach only has 3g per 100g, kale only 4.3g
There are 14g of protein in 100g of Quorn meat free chicken pieces, 14.5 per 100g of Quorn meat free mince.
So, yeah green leafy vegetables, but no to beans.
Not all protein is equal, some have low or even lack certain amino acids. Quorn is a complete protein, in that it has at least some of all the amino acids.
#14
NitrousUK
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
you have to eat a ridiculous amount to match the protein gram for gram against quorn
There are 21g of protein in 100g of pinto beans, 19g in chickpeas, 24g in kidney beans, 9g in lentils, 6g in baked beans, 36g in soybeans. Spinach only has 3g per 100g, kale only 4.3g
There are 14g of protein in 100g of Quorn meat free chicken pieces, 14.5 per 100g of Quorn meat free mince.
So, yeah green leafy vegetables, but no to beans.
Not all protein is equal, some have low or even lack certain amino acids. Quorn is a complete protein, in that it has at least some of all the amino acids.

Indeed you are correct about the complete protein comment.

The taste however leaves a lot to be desired. It has anecdotally been described as being similar to cardboard many times in the past. I suspect this may be true.

Anyway consumers themselves can decide for themselves before buying.

I'll get my coat..
#15
firstofficer
NitrousUK
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
you have to eat a ridiculous amount to match the protein gram for gram against quorn
There are 21g of protein in 100g of pinto beans, 19g in chickpeas, 24g in kidney beans, 9g in lentils, 6g in baked beans, 36g in soybeans. Spinach only has 3g per 100g, kale only 4.3g
There are 14g of protein in 100g of Quorn meat free chicken pieces, 14.5 per 100g of Quorn meat free mince.
So, yeah green leafy vegetables, but no to beans.
Not all protein is equal, some have low or even lack certain amino acids. Quorn is a complete protein, in that it has at least some of all the amino acids.
Indeed you are correct about the complete protein comment.
The taste however leaves a lot to be desired. It has anecdotally been described as being similar to cardboard many times in the past. I suspect this may be true.
Anyway consumers themselves can decide for themselves before buying.
I'll get my coat..
Just to let you know, there's a couple new Quorn deals popped up which you haven't yet said "Tastes like cardboard. Cold. I'll get my coat...".
#16
NitrousUK
firstofficer
NitrousUK
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
ZeBadger
StreetfighterKEV
M_z
I dont mind the odd Quorn product. But what purpose does it server in soup? Would be nicer with just vegetables.
​protein
Beans and green leafy vegetables are an excellent source of protein.
you have to eat a ridiculous amount to match the protein gram for gram against quorn
There are 21g of protein in 100g of pinto beans, 19g in chickpeas, 24g in kidney beans, 9g in lentils, 6g in baked beans, 36g in soybeans. Spinach only has 3g per 100g, kale only 4.3g
There are 14g of protein in 100g of Quorn meat free chicken pieces, 14.5 per 100g of Quorn meat free mince.
So, yeah green leafy vegetables, but no to beans.
Not all protein is equal, some have low or even lack certain amino acids. Quorn is a complete protein, in that it has at least some of all the amino acids.
Indeed you are correct about the complete protein comment.
The taste however leaves a lot to be desired. It has anecdotally been described as being similar to cardboard many times in the past. I suspect this may be true.
Anyway consumers themselves can decide for themselves before buying.
I'll get my coat..
Just to let you know, there's a couple new Quorn deals popped up which you haven't yet said "Tastes like cardboard. Cold. I'll get my coat...".

Thanks for letting me know. Very kind of you ..

I'll get my coat ..
#17
I haven't been able to find these at my local Heron, but I did manage to get them in ASDA, although a bit pricier. thanks op :)
#18
tonirhiann
I haven't been able to find these at my local Heron, but I did manage to get them in ASDA, although a bit pricier. thanks op :)

I've seen them in on and off since I posted deal. I go to Heron's almost daily as they have one on my estate so tend to drop in one way to do school runs. There one in my town centre but it's not as good and even a friend of mine saying same thing yesterday.

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