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Without Meat Plant-Based Burger Patties 2 for £1.29 @ Lidl
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Without Meat Plant-Based Burger Patties 2 for £1.29 @ Lidl
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As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more sauce than usual but they a pretty good substitute. Long may the improving alternatives keep getting better and better.
Sunrayho29/07/2020 19:52

Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so …Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so heat and off to Lidl tomorrow. Heat.


Actually I had one today and it was pretty decent, slightly more mushy than a beyond burger, but tasty.

It's soya and gluten based with some seasonings and smoke, it's pretty much good to go.

I would say at this price it's a no-brainer.
Gumbon29/07/2020 20:41

anyone got list of ingredients... only willing if its under 20 lol



Water, Champignons, refined coconut fat, 9.2% pea protein, 5.6% wheat protein, 4% vegetables (onions, Chicoree), Canola oil, 3.8% Soy protein and soymeal, spices, methylcellulose, salt, flavours, pea starch, yeast extract, bamboo fibre, beet root, preservatives: potassium sorbate Sodium actetate, smoke flavors



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us_agent201229/07/2020 20:05

As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more …As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more sauce than usual but they a pretty good substitute. Long may the improving alternatives keep getting better and better.

I’ll give these a go, the right price to convince me to try them out.

The beyond meat patties were almost £5 for two in Tesco. Rip off.
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Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so heat and off to Lidl tomorrow. Heat.
Sunrayho29/07/2020 19:52

Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so …Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so heat and off to Lidl tomorrow. Heat.


Actually I had one today and it was pretty decent, slightly more mushy than a beyond burger, but tasty.

It's soya and gluten based with some seasonings and smoke, it's pretty much good to go.

I would say at this price it's a no-brainer.
As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more sauce than usual but they a pretty good substitute. Long may the improving alternatives keep getting better and better.
I’ll give these a go, the right price to convince me to try them out.

The beyond meat patties were almost £5 for two in Tesco. Rip off.
us_agent201229/07/2020 20:05

As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more …As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more sauce than usual but they a pretty good substitute. Long may the improving alternatives keep getting better and better.


Cmon, own up, how much did Lidl pay you :/
anyone got list of ingredients... only willing if its under 20 lol
Ltb12529/07/2020 20:37

Cmon, own up, how much did Lidl pay you :/


Open your mind young Padawan
Not sure why but these always seem to have those round orange stickers on them in our local Lidl.
Gumbon29/07/2020 20:41

anyone got list of ingredients... only willing if its under 20 lol



Water, Champignons, refined coconut fat, 9.2% pea protein, 5.6% wheat protein, 4% vegetables (onions, Chicoree), Canola oil, 3.8% Soy protein and soymeal, spices, methylcellulose, salt, flavours, pea starch, yeast extract, bamboo fibre, beet root, preservatives: potassium sorbate Sodium actetate, smoke flavors



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us_agent201229/07/2020 20:05

As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more …As a meat eater I can confidently say these are decent. Need a bit more sauce than usual but they a pretty good substitute. Long may the improving alternatives keep getting better and better.

Seems interesting, would love to try them.
TheRoyalEnforcer29/07/2020 21:01

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That’s the best part!! At least people would be more inclined to wear masks around you.
Home bargains have some similar - frozen - same price! Gluten free. I bought them today and they tasted delicious. These are a good price though too.
V tasty! I'm no vege but bought for novelty, really enjoyed them
I have an allergy to soya beans but not soy sauce. Is this safe for me?
SPLE2229/07/2020 21:59

I have an allergy to soya beans but not soy sauce. Is this safe for me?



Substances or products causing allergies or intolerances: SoyBeans, Gluten
Knighthammer29/07/2020 22:05

Substances or products causing allergies or intolerances: SoyBeans, Gluten


This is why I eat meat.

I guess I'll never break away.

I find these really tasty. They also sell cheese melts in the same section. The jalapeño one is really good
Gumbon29/07/2020 20:41

anyone got list of ingredients... only willing if its under 20 lol


I've never quite understood this concern - usually the majority of the ingredients are spices. Tesco beef burgers, for example, have 15 ingredients.
Gumbon29/07/2020 20:41

anyone got list of ingredients... only willing if its under 20 lol


21 Ingredients. Bad luck!
Knighthammer29/07/2020 20:53

Water, Champignons, refined coconut fat, 9.2% pea protein, 5.6% wheat …Water, Champignons, refined coconut fat, 9.2% pea protein, 5.6% wheat protein, 4% vegetables (onions, Chicoree), Canola oil, 3.8% Soy protein and soymeal, spices, methylcellulose, salt, flavours, pea starch, yeast extract, bamboo fibre, beet root, preservatives: potassium sorbate Sodium actetate, smoke flavors[Image]

omair29/07/2020 23:04

21 Ingredients. Bad luck!


I think it’s safe to discount water
herrbz29/07/2020 22:41

I've never quite understood this concern - usually the majority of the …I've never quite understood this concern - usually the majority of the ingredients are spices. Tesco beef burgers, for example, have 15 ingredients.


That’s under 20.
"Available from Sunday 5 Jan". No year given!
These smell a lot better than they taste. I found them ok to eat, not bad but not great. The smell of them cooking though was something else!
Knighthammer29/07/2020 20:53

Water, Champignons, refined coconut fat, 9.2% pea protein, 5.6% wheat …Water, Champignons, refined coconut fat, 9.2% pea protein, 5.6% wheat protein, 4% vegetables (onions, Chicoree), Canola oil, 3.8% Soy protein and soymeal, spices, methylcellulose, salt, flavours, pea starch, yeast extract, bamboo fibre, beet root, preservatives: potassium sorbate Sodium actetate, smoke flavors[Image]


Doesn't look healthy
manbearpig29/07/2020 20:32

I’ll give these a go, the right price to convince me to try them out. The b …I’ll give these a go, the right price to convince me to try them out. The beyond meat patties were almost £5 for two in Tesco. Rip off.


Costco have them cheaper at 20 quid for 10. But they are a more superior product.
SPLE2229/07/2020 21:59

I have an allergy to soya beans but not soy sauce. Is this safe for me?


You'll have to get a different product made from gluten, or mushrooms or pea protein.

They are around.... And you may need to fix the flavours or texture... But they are around!.

Maybe try Quorn?
Whilst more expensive the beyond meat burgers are really nice, the price at £5 for two is too high but they are really nice.
Sunrayho29/07/2020 19:52

Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so …Oh no, I'm sure they're awful; BUT, perfect for my veggie Son in Law, so heat and off to Lidl tomorrow. Heat.


Try it before you say its awful.
Tried vegi bacon bits , sorry never going down that route again. Happy to eat vegetables but not vegetables flavored to be like meat.
Never tried these but they look decent. I tend to like the tesco new veggie range the pea protein burgers or the Wicked jalapeño burgers. Cheers OP gonna check these out
ALYMAC7630/07/2020 04:28

Whilst more expensive the beyond meat burgers are really nice, the price …Whilst more expensive the beyond meat burgers are really nice, the price at £5 for two is too high but they are really nice.


Still cheaper than a fast food chain meal
sabotage3d30/07/2020 00:17

Doesn't look healthy


Not sure burgers are meant to be a healthy food option?
evertonamo30/07/2020 09:52

Never tried these but they look decent. I tend to like the tesco new …Never tried these but they look decent. I tend to like the tesco new veggie range the pea protein burgers or the Wicked jalapeño burgers. Cheers OP gonna check these out


Yeah the Tesco and Wicked ones are great burgers.
evertonamo30/07/2020 09:52

Never tried these but they look decent. I tend to like the tesco new …Never tried these but they look decent. I tend to like the tesco new veggie range the pea protein burgers or the Wicked jalapeño burgers. Cheers OP gonna check these out


Those jalapeno patties... Oh wow!.

What sorcery is this!. Bit mushy, but 4000% for great flavour.

All the meat eaters in my house love this.
I found these to be a bit chunky and plain and so cut them in half to make 4 patties, coated them in a bit of sauce on the outside and they were awesome
I tried one of these because it had an orange sticker and it was basically free... I don't know if it was just getting old but I found it shockingly horrible! I really like quite a few of these types of fake meat burger but this one really wasn't for me.
polarbaba30/07/2020 10:50

Those jalapeno patties... Oh wow!.What sorcery is this!. Bit mushy, but …Those jalapeno patties... Oh wow!.What sorcery is this!. Bit mushy, but 4000% for great flavour.All the meat eaters in my house love this.


Yeah they’re super nice, pretty sure they’re on offer at the moment too
evertonamo30/07/2020 15:55

Yeah they’re super nice, pretty sure they’re on offer at the moment too


Wow... Didn't know.. I might accidentally end up there, whilst minding my own business......
Yeast Extract - isn't that a way of hiding MSG?
TedStriker7230/07/2020 16:45

Yeast Extract - isn't that a way of hiding MSG?


Pretty much.

But bear in mind MSG is also naturally occuring.

If you're avoiding it then maybe try the beyond burger, that's soy based but no MSG as far as I remember.
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