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2 No Bull Vegan Tofu & Vegetable Burgers 200g £1 @ Iceland
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2 No Bull Vegan Tofu & Vegetable Burgers 200g £1 @ Iceland

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Posted 13th Jun

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1/2 price offer on these burgers has gone live today at Iceland A good offer for all of the Vegans and Vegetarians out there especially

Thick, tasty tofu and vegetable burgers, simply seasoned.
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YouTube review... I like the bit where she says ewww, it looks like it's bleeding (as she takes it from the oven) and then smothered it in KETCHUP! . Anyway I think she was saying they taste great covered in Cheese, Gherkins and Ketchup
marty-40113/06/2019 07:21

YouTube review... I like the bit where she says ewww, it looks like it's …YouTube review... I like the bit where she says ewww, it looks like it's bleeding (as she takes it from the oven) and then smothered it in KETCHUP! . Anyway I think she was saying they taste great covered in Cheese, Gherkins and Ketchup [Video]


Were those the original no bull? These ones don’t ‘bleed’ but they’re really tasty! Definitely recommend if you haven’t tried already.
These are rather tasty.
Just filled freezer yesterday!... Now need to find some more space!
Are these 'better' for you than high welfare organic meat?
Hot, i havent tried these yet but their other burgers were surprsingly tasty (especially the pulled no pork one)
tried these and didn't like them at all,
I don’t want it to look or taste like meat, it’s a weird trend. The best Burgers I’ve bought from a local store are those Pumpkin and whatever ones, so nice.
JumpMan198013/06/2019 08:46

Are these 'better' for you than high welfare organic meat?


Red meat is red meat. Many links to health issues. There are also benefits such as protein and iron so you weigh up the factors and make your choice. Changing the diet is not just about health for some (sometimes a big misconception) but for environmental reasons (which is why I changed) and beef is obviously a major contributing factor in this. The welfare/treatment of animals is obviously a big factor as well!
polarbaba13/06/2019 08:27

Just filled freezer yesterday!... Now need to find some more space!


Have to stock up when these offers are on,😋😋😋😋😋😋
newmann13/06/2019 09:37

Red meat is red meat. Many links to health issues. There are also …Red meat is red meat. Many links to health issues. There are also benefits such as protein and iron so you weigh up the factors and make your choice. Changing the diet is not just about health for some (sometimes a big misconception) but for environmental reasons (which is why I changed) and beef is obviously a major contributing factor in this. The welfare/treatment of animals is obviously a big factor as well!


Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an animal is basically having what they ate. Look at the size of a biggest animals on the planet, most don't eat meat, a lot of athletes don't eat it either. Just look up vegan body builders, we do not need any food from an animal
Im not vegetarian by any means but the regular ones are pretty good at fixing burger cravings. Not tried the tofu ones.
These are quite tasty however the colour puts me right off,would rather spend extra £1 for original no bull burgers.
drewbles8213/06/2019 10:13

Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an …Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an animal is basically having what they ate. Look at the size of a biggest animals on the planet, most don't eat meat, a lot of athletes don't eat it either. Just look up vegan body builders, we do not need any food from an animal



I didn't say there were no other sources of protein and am well aware of plant based proteins as that is what I eat. I was merely stating the benefits/issues with red meat.
The regular no bull ones are amazing. These aren’t as good.
polarbaba13/06/2019 08:27

Just filled freezer yesterday!... Now need to find some more space!



I find eating them can do that.
drewbles8213/06/2019 10:13

Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an …Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an animal is basically having what they ate. Look at the size of a biggest animals on the planet, most don't eat meat, a lot of athletes don't eat it either. Just look up vegan body builders, we do not need any food from an animal


..and so why buy these types of products? I see them as gimmicks jumping on the vegan/ vegetarian health train when surely they are highly processed 'junk' food, am I wrong? Colleague of mine is vegan bodybuilder - he brings to work what looks like baby food, mushed up this that and the other and chomps it all down very happily - says he feels great since dropping meat and saves a fortune but cannot see him eating this junk. Ingredients - Water, soya protein 20.6%, sunflower oil, natural flavours, gelling agent: methylcellulose, herbs and spices, salt, rice flour, vegetable fibre, dextrose, colour: Beetroot Red, paprika extract.
Edited by: "JumpMan1980" 13th Jun
JumpMan198013/06/2019 11:21

..and so why buy these types of products? I see them as gimmicks jumping …..and so why buy these types of products? I see them as gimmicks jumping on the vegan/ vegetarian health train when surely they are highly processed 'junk' food, am I wrong? Colleague of mine is vegan bodybuilder - he brings to work what looks like baby food, mushed up this that and the other and chomps it all down very happily - says he feels great since dropping meat and saves a fortune but cannot see him eating this junk. Ingredients - Water, soya protein 20.6%, sunflower oil, natural flavours, gelling agent: methylcellulose, herbs and spices, salt, rice flour, vegetable fibre, dextrose, colour: Beetroot Red, paprika extract.


Agreed this is still junk food. Vegan or not.
polarbaba13/06/2019 11:35

Agreed this is still junk food. Vegan or not.


better off buying 6 apples for £1
JumpMan198013/06/2019 11:21

..and so why buy these types of products? I see them as gimmicks jumping …..and so why buy these types of products? I see them as gimmicks jumping on the vegan/ vegetarian health train when surely they are highly processed 'junk' food, am I wrong? Colleague of mine is vegan bodybuilder - he brings to work what looks like baby food, mushed up this that and the other and chomps it all down very happily - says he feels great since dropping meat and saves a fortune but cannot see him eating this junk. Ingredients - Water, soya protein 20.6%, sunflower oil, natural flavours, gelling agent: methylcellulose, herbs and spices, salt, rice flour, vegetable fibre, dextrose, colour: Beetroot Red, paprika extract.


Options, not every vegan wants to eat a certain way all the time, having options and other things to try is good. It also helps those who struggle to convert. Having stuff like this and all the other meat alternatives can make it a lot easier for someone who loves meat to switch.
I have vegan steak, vegan burgers, vegan sausage rolls, meatless meatballs, some of my fav stuff is vegan kebab, chop that up on a garlic pizza bread. I'm a terrible cook and very fussy especially cuz I have colitis so a lot of stuff in vegan food I can't have. Everyone is different when it comes to food and think the more vegan options there are, the better for everyone who wants to switch. Some vegans will not touch the meat alternative stuff as they feel its wrong but many of us still love meat but will not eat animals so having those options are great.
drewbles8213/06/2019 11:45

Options, not every vegan wants to eat a certain way all the time, having …Options, not every vegan wants to eat a certain way all the time, having options and other things to try is good. It also helps those who struggle to convert. Having stuff like this and all the other meat alternatives can make it a lot easier for someone who loves meat to switch. I have vegan steak, vegan burgers, vegan sausage rolls, meatless meatballs, some of my fav stuff is vegan kebab, chop that up on a garlic pizza bread. I'm a terrible cook and very fussy especially cuz I have colitis so a lot of stuff in vegan food I can't have. Everyone is different when it comes to food and think the more vegan options there are, the better for everyone who wants to switch. Some vegans will not touch the meat alternative stuff as they feel its wrong but many of us still love meat but will not eat animals so having those options are great.


I see that but are you healthier for it?
JumpMan198013/06/2019 11:47

I see that but are you healthier for it?


I can't speak for other people but I definitely am. Prior to being vegan, I was in pain every single day, sometimes struggling to get out of bed the pain was that bad and I wasn't even flared up with my colitis.
Switched just over 2yrs ago. First two weeks are weird, your body adjusting, going the toilet more than usual, farting loads, its a weird feeling as it can take 2 weeks for the meat/dairy to fully leave your system. Then you can start to feel the changes even more. I have zero pain now, apart from the occasions I forget to take all the onion off the pizza. I have way more energy than I used to. I can eat a bunch of vegan junk food and the weight won't pile on as quick. Sleep better, feel better. The only thing I have yet to test out is the sexual side as it can improve your sex life.
drewbles8213/06/2019 11:57

I can't speak for other people but I definitely am. Prior to being vegan, …I can't speak for other people but I definitely am. Prior to being vegan, I was in pain every single day, sometimes struggling to get out of bed the pain was that bad and I wasn't even flared up with my colitis. Switched just over 2yrs ago. First two weeks are weird, your body adjusting, going the toilet more than usual, farting loads, its a weird feeling as it can take 2 weeks for the meat/dairy to fully leave your system. Then you can start to feel the changes even more. I have zero pain now, apart from the occasions I forget to take all the onion off the pizza. I have way more energy than I used to. I can eat a bunch of vegan junk food and the weight won't pile on as quick. Sleep better, feel better. The only thing I have yet to test out is the sexual side as it can improve your sex life.


So, no bull but it gives you the horn!
Edited by: "JumpMan1980" 13th Jun
JumpMan198013/06/2019 08:46

Are these 'better' for you than high welfare organic meat?


Certainly better for the animal.
I think ditching the animal argument, being purely selfish, eating a whole food plant diet will certainly benefit you and will reduce potential problems and help with existing problems.
Can't argue about that!. The numbers are in. Although I will support everyone's right to eat what they want including meat .
We are free to choose !.
I'm no veggie or vegan but do enjoy vegetarian food. The no bull burgers are great but I did not like the tofu burgers.
No tofu burgers in my local Iceland
I'm not a veggie myself but heard these were awesome from a friend. Now on offer I'm going to give them a try, cutting back on red meat bit by bit is something I'd especially like to have a go at.
Just called all the Iceland's/ food warehouses in Birmingham and they are all out because it's a clearance line and they are being replaced by the fishless fingers.
At this price I think I'll have to try these
drewbles8213/06/2019 10:13

Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an …Where do animals get their protein from? Plants, so having protein from an animal is basically having what they ate.


No that's not right but yes I'd agree that we in the west don't need to eat animals anymore.
I am not a veggie atall but these are pretty amazing, iv tried most an im not sure id say they are better but they do taste amazing despite all the veggie vegan stuff, they are just good tasting food
Not available in both the Iceland stores I visited in Coventry and Birmingham today and yesterday.
Edited by: "OldBoy" 15th Jun
OldBoy15/06/2019 23:40

Not available in both the Iceland stores I visited in Coventry and …Not available in both the Iceland stores I visited in Coventry and Birmingham today and yesterday.


I called all the Birmingham stores, it's discontinued now and all out of stock.
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