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Tesco Meat Free 8 Bacon Style Rashers 150G 2 for £3.00 @ Tesco

£3.00 @ Tesco
"Bacon style" rashers. They taste good and are pretty healthy compared to the real thing. Ingredients: Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (65%), Water, Rapeseed Oil, Free Range Dried Egg White, Yeas… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
"Bacon style" rashers. They taste good and are pretty healthy compared to the real thing.

Ingredients:
Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (65%), Water, Rapeseed Oil, Free Range Dried Egg White, Yeast Extract, Soya Protein, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Sugar, Maltodextrin, Garlic Powder, Colour (Iron Oxide), Spice Extracts, Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein contains: Water, Soya Protein, Potato Starch, Wheat Gluten, Stabiliser (Dicalcium Phosphate), Soya Lecithins, Sodium Metabisulphite, Colour (Iron Oxide)

Allergy Information:
Recipe: No nuts.Ingredients: Cannot guarantee nut free.Factory: Product made in a nut free area, but nuts used elsewhere.Allergy Advice! For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. Also, may contain nuts.
Produced in:
the U.K.

Grill:
Time:4 mins
Temperature Setting:Medium
Instructions:Preheat grill to a medium heat.
Remove all packaging.
Follow the preparation guidelines.
Brush rashers with a little oil and place on a grill pan.
Grill for 2 minutes on each side.

Shallow Fry:
Time:4 mins
Instructions:For best results shallow fry from frozen.
Remove all packaging.
Follow the preparation guidelines.
Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a frying pan over a medium heat.
Fry rashers for 2 minutes on each side.
Drain well before serving.

Cooking Precautions:
All appliances vary these are guidelines only.
Check food is piping hot throughout before serving.

Preparation Guidelines:
To help separate the slices this product requires partial defrosting.
Allow the rashers to partially defrost at ambient temperature for 10-15 minutes.

After this time it is still perfectly safe to return any un-used product to the
freezer immediately in its packaging, for use at a later date.

Freezing Guidelines:
Keep Frozen at -18°C or cooler.
Important: If food has thawed, do not refreeze.
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1 Like #1
Nice alternative heat added :D
#2
Good alternative. At least these are less likely to lead to an early death. oO
#3
Actually I'll give this a miss and retract my last statement. I notice it's made from Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein. Not so healthy after all. :(
#4
DealJourno
Actually I'll give this a miss and retract my last statement. I notice it's made from Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein. Not so healthy after all. :(

I guess in your first post you are referring to the Harvard study "Red meat consumption linked to increased risk of total, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality" here?

Could you please expand on your comments on Textured Soya Protein so lay readers can gain some understanding on processed vs fresh food.
#5
JamesSmith
DealJourno
Actually I'll give this a miss and retract my last statement. I notice it's made from Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein. Not so healthy after all. :(

I guess in your first post you are referring to the Harvard study "Red meat consumption linked to increased risk of total, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality" here?

Could you please expand on your comments on Textured Soya Protein so lay readers can gain some understanding on processed vs fresh food.

I think it's up to individuals what they chose to eat. This stuff is just not for me. It's easy (and common sense) for people to research this stuff themselves if they care about their own health. Processed is not good, but in moderation shouldn't do too much damage.
#6
If you want to pretend you're eating meat, at least choose a decent cut like a steak (_;)

Pretend bacon! oO
#7
DealJourno
JamesSmith
DealJourno
Actually I'll give this a miss and retract my last statement. I notice it's made from Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein. Not so healthy after all. :(

I guess in your first post you are referring to the Harvard study "Red meat consumption linked to increased risk of total, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality" here?

Could you please expand on your comments on Textured Soya Protein so lay readers can gain some understanding on processed vs fresh food.

I think it's up to individuals what they chose to eat. This stuff is just not for me. It's easy (and common sense) for people to research this stuff themselves if they care about their own health.

You didn't say "Not so healthy FOR ME" - you said "Not so healthy after all" - thus suggesting it's unhealthy stuff. I was prompting you to state explicitly why you consider it unhealthy. (_;)

I tend to rave about the known benefits of eating unprocessed foods - but problems usually cited with soya only occur when eaten to excess (way outside the normal range!) according to research.
1 Like #8
If you're not going to eat meat, why make substitutes that look like it?
I'm pretty sure we evolved with the right teeth to consume a variety of foods. It's only modern living that has lead to that all being done to excess. A decent serving of bacon every now and a again won't kill you, especially if people actually exercised.
1 Like #9
Oneday77
If you're not going to eat meat, why make substitutes that look like it?
I'm pretty sure we evolved with the right teeth to consume a variety of foods. It's only modern living that has lead to that all being done to excess. A decent serving of bacon every now and a again won't kill you, especially if people actually exercised.


If only you'd added the "why did God make animals so tasty then" you would have got all 3 of the most stupid, unhelpful comments that are posted everyone something Quorn or veggie comes up in a single post and won a prize.

Better luck next time.

Heat added from me.
#10
DealJourno
JamesSmith
DealJourno
Actually I'll give this a miss and retract my last statement. I notice it's made from Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein. Not so healthy after all. :(

I guess in your first post you are referring to the Harvard study "Red meat consumption linked to increased risk of total, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality" here?

Could you please expand on your comments on Textured Soya Protein so lay readers can gain some understanding on processed vs fresh food.

I think it's up to individuals what they chose to eat. This stuff is just not for me. It's easy (and common sense) for people to research this stuff themselves if they care about their own health. Processed is not good, but in moderation shouldn't do too much damage.

So what is so bad about soya? Is it the soya or is it because it is rehydrated that's the problem?

You can say it's easy to research stuff, I would disagree since there is so much rubbish and misinformation on the internet.
#11
Might be worth pointing out the whole meat free range is 2 for £3 tbh.

Haven't tried the bacon but as an obligate carnivore I can recommend the lincolnshire style meat free sausages they do. :p Better than linda ones, which I hate, and quorn which are ok.
#12
Go nice with a plastic egg :D
#13
skipraider
Go nice with a plastic egg :D

Strange food preferences you have there!

I prefer mine in a sandwich.

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