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BOGOF on Tesco Frozen Vegetarian Range - £1.89 - £1.99 @ Tesco
BOGOF on Tesco Frozen Vegetarian Range  - £1.89 - £1.99 @ Tesco

BOGOF on Tesco Frozen Vegetarian Range - £1.89 - £1.99 @ Tesco

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All Tescos frozen vegetarian range are Buy One Get One Free from 24/05 (Today) until Monday.

10 Hot Dog Sausages 300G
2 Chicken Style Cheesey Garlic Kievs 250G
4 Chicken Style Burgers 228G
6 Lincolnshire Style Sausages 300G
Barbeque 2 Chicken Style Glazed Fillets 200G
Barbeque 2 Lamb Style Burgers 227G
Barbeque 2 Quarter Pounders 227G
Barbeque Burgers 454G
Barbeque Mushroom Quarter Pounders 227G
Chicken Style Nuggets 320G
Southern Fried Chicken Style Fillets 220G
Vegetarian Mince 454G
15 Vegetable Fingers 424G
4 Nut Cutlets 350G
6 Glamorgan Sausages 300G
Cauliflower Cheese Grills 397G
Mexican Style Bean Burgers 454G
2 Cheese And Spring Onion Bakes 280G
2 Curry Bakes 280G
Meat Style Balls 400G
4 Vegetable Quarter Pounders 454G

44 Comments

Great price, hot

Superb price if it is this when i go in tomorrow to get some.

Always use Quorn but will give it a try at this price.

Nicer than quorn, the only veg mince that I will use.

Also it's pretty much all veggie stuff (Tesco's) on buy one get one free!!

Hm I might give this a try... I tried asda's own mince and it is horrible! so I've only ever gone with quorn too... but it is so expensive at the moment!

thanks i like this better than quorn mince

Why?

smokinjdm

Why?



Because some people don't eat meat, whether it's through ethical, religious, health or financial reasons.

Great price, thanks op

Tdrtnlz

Because some people don't eat meat, whether it's through ethical, … Because some people don't eat meat, whether it's through ethical, religious, health or financial reasons.


Or don't like gristly bits in their mince .....

We're not veggies but eat plenty of veggie substitutes - we just like them more than meat.

Banned

smokinjdm

Why?



Because alot of people don't like funding animal slaughter and poor welfare for a meal.

Looking at the ingredients doesn't seem to have any eggs either just soya etc, nice..

I love you!!

Wish I could add more heat!

Not a massive fan of their veggie mince (can;t be microwaved in a sauce like quorn can, sometimes a little bit "chewy", tastes a little sweet to me) but some of the other things in this range blow me away with their amazing-ness! Their "chicken" bites are fantastic, BBQ fillets, hot dogs, burgers, Fakon (fake bacon!)...

Thanks so much for posting this, I will be filling the freezer to the brim.

I got this and put it through at the end to see if the 2 for £3 happened as well, sadly it didn't

Not a veggie, but I love this stuff. Tesco veggie sausages (hotdog and "proper") are also delicious.

Whatever you do don't give this stuff to teenage boys...

Original Poster

ScampiLamp

I love you!!Wish I could add more heat!Not a massive fan of their veggie … I love you!!Wish I could add more heat!Not a massive fan of their veggie mince (can;t be microwaved in a sauce like quorn can, sometimes a little bit "chewy", tastes a little sweet to me) but some of the other things in this range blow me away with their amazing-ness! Their "chicken" bites are fantastic, BBQ fillets, hot dogs, burgers, Fakon (fake bacon!)...Thanks so much for posting this, I will be filling the freezer to the brim.


No problem!

Just edited the original post to include everything

It annoys me this stuff, it's veggie but they use battery eggs in some products!

I'm a veggie and I live on this stuff. HOT!

I have found tesco's own range of frozen veggie stuff has gone really downhill over the last couple of years, especially the sausages and the burgers. They used to be supplied by Tivall (which you sometimes get in health food stores) and had their logo on the back, but not anymore. Some of the Sainsburys and Morrisons products are still Tivall though. Would rather spend a £1 or so more for my dinner!

Do Tesco still sell their own label veggie bacon? It didn't look or taste much like the real thing but did have the added advantage of making your wee smell of bacon.

This should be far hotter! I'm not veggie but love some of this stuff - many thanks OP HOT from me

Rubisco

Whatever you do don't give this stuff to teenage boys...



Whatever you do don't listen to this pseudo-scientist...

Soy contains a chemical similar to the hormone oestrogen (which believe it or not, men naturally need anyway). It has been demonstrated to be pretty ineffective and studies have concluded that eating soy doesn't interfere with males - even when they were given a supplement of the relevant chemical in soy in addition to eating it. In fact, it showed that the risk of prostate cancer fell and brain repair was promoted...

In relation to this deal, Tesco have by far the best vegetarian range and at this price it's a bargain- shame I can't get to one!
Edited by: "callum9999" 24th May 2011

callum9999

Whatever you do don't listen to this pseudo-scientist...Soy contains a … Whatever you do don't listen to this pseudo-scientist...Soy contains a chemical similar to the hormone oestrogen (which believe it or not, men naturally need anyway). It has been demonstrated to be pretty ineffective and studies have concluded that eating soy doesn't interfere with males - even when they were given a supplement of the relevant chemical in soy in addition to eating it. In fact, it showed that the risk of prostate cancer fell and brain repair was promoted...In relation to this deal, Tesco have by far the best vegetarian range and at this price it's a bargain- shame I can't get to one!

Where did you read these "studies"? Vested Interest Magazine?

heat added! my son is very fussy with food but loves veggie food.

Rubisco

Whatever you do don't give this stuff to teenage boys...



The levels of phytooestrogens in a serving of these soya based products is too low to have an adverse effect in males...

Rubisco

Where did you read these "studies"? Vested Interest Magazine?



Scientific journals...

Now, where did you get your claims? I would say wikipedia but I just checked there and it backs up what I said. But it's not exactly reliable so I'd welcome links to your sources...

Banned

As nice as these foods taste, I took a look on the label of some I bought (chargrilled stake, chicken dippers, chicken burgers) and am astonished at the FAT CONTENT! The ones I have here are riding at 14%+ That is high even by normal meat standards.

Guess I have been spoiled by Quorn all these years. Just when I thought I found a tastey alternative to Quorn then slapped in the face by the fat monster!

The hot dog sausages are delicious.
I prefer the taste to the "meat" ones and no mechanically recovered bits are used in the process.
Made by Tivoli unless I'm mistaken.

Banned

Just to clarify, I have taken the info from the tesco online shop to give the RDA Fat content of each "Serving" of the product (one package doesnt = 1 serving. each pack has a different quantity for what they class as "a serving". As we all know, food manufacturers idea of a serving is often vastly below what the rest of us would consider..

So, a "Serving" of each of the following foods provides X% of your RDA of fat:

Tesco meat free sausages = 16% fat
Tesco Mexican style bean burgers 13% fat
Tesco meat free hot dog sausages 9% fat
Tesco meat free BBQ burgers 5% fat
Tesco meat free vegitable fingers 7% fat
Tesco meat free vegetable quarter pounders 13% fat
Tesco meat free cauliflower cheese grills 16% fat
Tesco nut cutlets.. a WHOPPING 23% FAT!!!!!
Tesco chicken style nuggets 17% fat
Tesco meat free cheese and spring onion bakes 19% fat
Tesco Meat Free Barbeque 2 Chicken Style Glazed Fillets 13% fat
Tesco Meat Free Barbeque Mushroom Quarter Pounders 14% fat
Tesco Meat Free 2 Chicken Style Cheesey Garlic Kievs A WHOPPING 25% FAT
esco Meat Free Southern Fried Chicken Style Fillets 19% fat
Tesco Meat Free 6 Glamorgan Sausages 14% fat
Tesco Meat Free 2 Curry Bakes 11% fat
Tesco Meat Free Barbeque 2 Lamb Style Burgers 20% fat
Tesco Meat Free Meat Style Balls 10% fat


As great as it is for tesco to do such a wide range of veggie foods, and pretty nice tasting too, I think I will stick with the 1%-3% fat in Quorn.
Sorry tesco :-(

xandercom

Just to clarify, I have taken the info from the tesco online shop to give … Just to clarify, I have taken the info from the tesco online shop to give the RDA Fat content of each "Serving" of the product (one package doesnt = 1 serving. each pack has a different quantity for what they class as "a serving". As we all know, food manufacturers idea of a serving is often vastly below what the rest of us would consider..So, a "Serving" of each of the following foods provides X% of your RDA of fat:Tesco meat free sausages = 16% fatTesco Mexican style bean burgers 13% fatTesco meat free hot dog sausages 9% fatTesco meat free BBQ burgers 5% fatTesco meat free vegitable fingers 7% fatTesco meat free vegetable quarter pounders 13% fatTesco meat free cauliflower cheese grills 16% fatTesco nut cutlets.. a WHOPPING 23% FAT!!!!!Tesco chicken style nuggets 17% fatTesco meat free cheese and spring onion bakes 19% fatTesco Meat Free Barbeque 2 Chicken Style Glazed Fillets 13% fatTesco Meat Free Barbeque Mushroom Quarter Pounders 14% fatTesco Meat Free 2 Chicken Style Cheesey Garlic Kievs A WHOPPING 25% FATesco Meat Free Southern Fried Chicken Style Fillets 19% fatTesco Meat Free 6 Glamorgan Sausages 14% fatTesco Meat Free 2 Curry Bakes 11% fatTesco Meat Free Barbeque 2 Lamb Style Burgers 20% fatTesco Meat Free Meat Style Balls 10% fatAs great as it is for tesco to do such a wide range of veggie foods, and pretty nice tasting too, I think I will stick with the 1%-3% fat in Quorn.Sorry tesco :-(



Wow, I didn't realise they were so bad! Though they taste nice and it's still a decent alternative to Quorn for me (I'm not hugely concerned by those levels as it's only a small part of my diet - but obviously I'd rather they had much lower levels!).

Banned

Quorn is made from a fungus they grow in big vats, and is protected by a patient.

Tesco stuff is made from soya which is vastly higher in fat content when compared to Quorn. Note quorn's latest advertising campaign on TV which actually mentions nothing at all about being a meat substitute! They advertise it as a healthy alternative.

To quote someone you might have heard of...:

"Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet." ~Albert Einstein

Banned

so many choices!<3

To people looking for a tastier and healthier alternative to Quorn / supermarket own brands, could I recommend the Redwood Co.?

redwoodfoods.co.uk/

Little more expensive but worth every penny.

im not a veggie but regually use quorn mince in my chillies as it is better which im surprised to say, but have found veggie sausages to be abit poor, even 'Linda Mc' range but i do like alot of the veggie range...
i love the spicy bean burger hmmm

so voting HOT!!!
Edited by: "hedgehog15" 25th May 2011

Be aware that Tivall who produce some of this range are an Israeli firm. If, like me, you are vegetarian for ethical reasons you may also be keen to avoid Israeli products. As has been pointed out above some products in this range now seem to be not Tivall branded. Good deal just buyer beware..

xandercom

Quorn is made from a fungus they grow in big vats, and is protected by a … Quorn is made from a fungus they grow in big vats, and is protected by a patient. Tesco stuff is made from soya which is vastly higher in fat content when compared to Quorn. Note quorn's latest advertising campaign on TV which actually mentions nothing at all about being a meat substitute! They advertise it as a healthy alternative. To quote someone you might have heard of...:"Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet." ~Albert Einstein



Thats a great quote thanks for that buddy. I have seen many quotes on the net about the vegetarian diet but not that one before.

As for the deal thanks OP, I will stock up later on this week; heat added.

heat added i just bought 10 from billingham

steford

Be aware that Tivall who produce some of this range are an Israeli firm. … Be aware that Tivall who produce some of this range are an Israeli firm. If, like me, you are vegetarian for ethical reasons you may also be keen to avoid Israeli products. As has been pointed out above some products in this range now seem to be not Tivall branded. Good deal just buyer beware..



How sad. Do you boycott anything made or developed in Israel for ethical reasons? I can think of at least a couple of dozen countries more worthy of boycott than Israel in truth. Why choose them?

I find that the Tivall products are the tastiest of the veggie range, so would deliberately seek them out, not avoid them!

I think higher up on my list of countries to boycott would be China, Iran, to name just two. But I wouldn't boycott them anyway. I wouldn't want to punish the ordinary people of those countries for disagreements I have with their governments.
Edited by: "Flake99" 25th May 2011

steford

Be aware that Tivall who produce some of this range are an Israeli firm. … Be aware that Tivall who produce some of this range are an Israeli firm. If, like me, you are vegetarian for ethical reasons you may also be keen to avoid Israeli products. As has been pointed out above some products in this range now seem to be not Tivall branded. Good deal just buyer beware..



Is that for certain that they are israeli? Just wanted to know how you found this out. Also what's wrong with israeli products (i am very ignorant these days when it comes to up and coming matters)?

P.S. the above post is genuine and not laced with sarcasm... when i read it back it kinda read as if i were laying into you when i am actually genuinely interested.
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