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Greggs 4 Sausage Rolls 427g £1 online with code @ Iceland

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Posted 1st Aug
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Greggs offer is back for the weekend - use code GREGGS at online checkout to get for £1
From 2nd August, you can get Greggs 4 sausage rolls 427g for £1 online using code GREGGS at checkout. Works for all customers. Usual online minimum order value applies of £25 spend (free del over £35 spend).



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Greggs 4 Sausage Rolls 427g

Oven cook From Frozen - Electric: 220°C, 25 minutes Fan: 200°C, 25 minutes Gas: Gas Mark 7, 25 minutes. To enjoy these delicious sausage rolls at their best, bake from frozen.
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thehoneymunster02/08/2019 08:22

If you're a vegan, how do you know you like sausage rolls? Because you …If you're a vegan, how do you know you like sausage rolls? Because you would have never had one to want one? And if you did eat them and then turned vegan, why would you give up sausage rolls and then torture yourself with subpar fake news 'sausage'.


Haha, why is there always someone here to question your life choices when you show interest in a meat-free product?

If you must know, I'm not actually vegan. I stopped eating red / processed meat earlier this year due to their link with bowel cancer. I do still enjoy sausage rolls (and I know I do because I was eating them less than a year ago!), but not enough for me to start eating processed meat again. The fact that I don't have to kill any pigs to enjoy my sausage roll is just a bonus.

And as it so happens I actually really like Greggs' vegan sausage rolls, perhaps even more so than their meaty alternative
How do you make a sausage roll?…








Push it down a hill
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bccben01/08/2019 22:33

Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? …Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? Would love to stock up on some of those.


Aldi does there own vegan version. 4pack £1.19 iirc.
Edited by: "ragstaa" 2nd Aug
jimbo00101/08/2019 19:59

Cold, not vegan 😝


Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? Would love to stock up on some of those.
Edited by: "bccben" 1st Aug
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Should read, "Iceland, 4 Greggs sausage rolls "
I’m getting heartburn just reading this deal!!
How do you make a sausage roll?…








Push it down a hill
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BuzzDuraband01/08/2019 19:11

How do you make a sausage roll?…Push it down a hill [ …How do you make a sausage roll?…Push it down a hill [Image]



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oh...we already got the punch line
Cold, not vegan 😝
Online only ...
jimbo00101/08/2019 19:59

Cold, not vegan 😝


Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? Would love to stock up on some of those.
Edited by: "bccben" 1st Aug
Mmm... pork slurry!
bccben01/08/2019 22:33

Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? …Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? Would love to stock up on some of those.


Aldi does there own vegan version. 4pack £1.19 iirc.
Edited by: "ragstaa" 2nd Aug
bccben01/08/2019 22:33

Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? …Seriously though, is there any chance of Iceland getting the vegan ones? Would love to stock up on some of those.


If you're a vegan, how do you know you like sausage rolls? Because you would have never had one to want one? And if you did eat them and then turned vegan, why would you give up sausage rolls and then torture yourself with subpar fake news 'sausage'.
Only off 1 pack, just added 10 packs and save only £1
Yeah, not as good a deal as it sounds, saves 1.00 only regardless of how many you order.
thehoneymunster02/08/2019 08:22

If you're a vegan, how do you know you like sausage rolls? Because you …If you're a vegan, how do you know you like sausage rolls? Because you would have never had one to want one? And if you did eat them and then turned vegan, why would you give up sausage rolls and then torture yourself with subpar fake news 'sausage'.


Haha, why is there always someone here to question your life choices when you show interest in a meat-free product?

If you must know, I'm not actually vegan. I stopped eating red / processed meat earlier this year due to their link with bowel cancer. I do still enjoy sausage rolls (and I know I do because I was eating them less than a year ago!), but not enough for me to start eating processed meat again. The fact that I don't have to kill any pigs to enjoy my sausage roll is just a bonus.

And as it so happens I actually really like Greggs' vegan sausage rolls, perhaps even more so than their meaty alternative
What’s the meat content ?
Wow, how exciting.
ragstaa02/08/2019 03:35

Aldi does there own vegan version. 4pack £1.19 iirc.


Tried these and they were not that great IMHO. Tasted like sage and onion stuffing encased in pastry. Think the Gregg's ones are made from Quorn.
bccben02/08/2019 09:48

Haha, why is there always someone here to question your life choices when …Haha, why is there always someone here to question your life choices when you show interest in a meat-free product?If you must know, I'm not actually vegan. I stopped eating red / processed meat earlier this year due to their link with bowel cancer. I do still enjoy sausage rolls (and I know I do because I was eating them less than a year ago!), but not enough for me to start eating processed meat again. The fact that I don't have to kill any pigs to enjoy my sausage roll is just a bonus.And as it so happens I actually really like Greggs' vegan sausage rolls, perhaps even more so than their meaty alternative


I actually don't eat a lot of red meat? I think you're missing my point..... I don't get why as a vegetarian, you'd want to eat fake meat products? When I don't want to eat meat, I just don't eat meat and eat veg instead. But if you're happy lying to yourself. Good luck. On occasion, just can't beat a damn good proper sausage roll.
thehoneymunster02/08/2019 11:14

I actually don't eat a lot of red meat? I think you're missing my …I actually don't eat a lot of red meat? I think you're missing my point..... I don't get why as a vegetarian, you'd want to eat fake meat products? When I don't want to eat meat, I just don't eat meat and eat veg instead. But if you're happy lying to yourself. Good luck. On occasion, just can't beat a damn good proper sausage roll.


Lying to myself? I'm fully aware that it's not meat

It's not rocket science: I like the taste of their vegan sausage rolls, so I eat them.
thehoneymunster02/08/2019 11:14

I actually don't eat a lot of red meat? I think you're missing my …I actually don't eat a lot of red meat? I think you're missing my point..... I don't get why as a vegetarian, you'd want to eat fake meat products? When I don't want to eat meat, I just don't eat meat and eat veg instead. But if you're happy lying to yourself. Good luck. On occasion, just can't beat a damn good proper sausage roll.


not sure if you're being serious or just trolling.

A huge percentage of vegans, myself included have given up meat for ethical, environmental and/or health reasons. I spent 36 years eating meat and enjoyed it. Luckily, these days the meat alternatives actually taste better, don't give you cancer, are better for the environment and doesn't involve innocent animals being killed - happy days
Edited by: "dtokez" 2nd Aug
Dusty66602/08/2019 08:30

Only off 1 pack, just added 10 packs and save only £1


You sir, have a like-minded approach to myself.

Pity it's only one discounted pack per "shop"
Pointlessusername01/08/2019 19:10

I’m getting heartburn just reading this deal!!



absolutely, despite knowing the risks I was peckish, bought one, ate it, may as well have been battery acid...
dtokez02/08/2019 11:39

not sure if you're being serious or just trolling. A huge percentage of …not sure if you're being serious or just trolling. A huge percentage of vegans, myself included have given up meat for ethical, environmental and/or health reasons. I spent 36 years eating meat and enjoyed it. Luckily, these days the meat alternatives actually taste better, don't give you cancer, are better for the environment and doesn't involve innocent animals being killed - happy days



duz tha wear plastic shoes now?
Why don't they do the vegan ones?
Are these hot from counter or frozen ??’
bccben02/08/2019 09:48

Haha, why is there always someone here to question your life choices when …Haha, why is there always someone here to question your life choices when you show interest in a meat-free product?If you must know, I'm not actually vegan. I stopped eating red / processed meat earlier this year due to their link with bowel cancer. I do still enjoy sausage rolls (and I know I do because I was eating them less than a year ago!), but not enough for me to start eating processed meat again. The fact that I don't have to kill any pigs to enjoy my sausage roll is just a bonus.And as it so happens I actually really like Greggs' vegan sausage rolls, perhaps even more so than their meaty alternative


I think they were trying (and failing) to be funny.

For similar reasons to you (not just bowel cancer, but a whole range of studies), I've reduced the amount of processed meat I eat dramatically. But I do still eat meat - replaced ham with chicken breast, minced beef with diced beef etc.

Just wondering, do you still eat meat at all? White meat is generally shown to be fine, and the occasional steak is shown to be good for you (but too much red meat is not good either). I love a good steak but I think the best thing is to go for a good quality butchers cut, rather than supermarket crap.
edanfalls02/08/2019 15:01

I think they were trying (and failing) to be funny.For similar reasons to …I think they were trying (and failing) to be funny.For similar reasons to you (not just bowel cancer, but a whole range of studies), I've reduced the amount of processed meat I eat dramatically. But I do still eat meat - replaced ham with chicken breast, minced beef with diced beef etc.Just wondering, do you still eat meat at all? White meat is generally shown to be fine, and the occasional steak is shown to be good for you (but too much red meat is not good either). I love a good steak but I think the best thing is to go for a good quality butchers cut, rather than supermarket crap.


Watch 'what the health' as a starting point. You will soon come to the realisation that pretty much no amount of meat is good for human consumption.
dtokez02/08/2019 15:13

Watch 'what the health' as a starting point. You will soon come to the …Watch 'what the health' as a starting point. You will soon come to the realisation that pretty much no amount of meat is good for human consumption.


Will do, thanks. I've read quite a bit on the topic so I will be surprised if a documentary uncovers something that studies haven't. But I am open-minded on the topic.
dtokez02/08/2019 11:39

not sure if you're being serious or just trolling. A huge percentage of …not sure if you're being serious or just trolling. A huge percentage of vegans, myself included have given up meat for ethical, environmental and/or health reasons. I spent 36 years eating meat and enjoyed it. Luckily, these days the meat alternatives actually taste better, don't give you cancer, are better for the environment and doesn't involve innocent animals being killed - happy days


I am being serious? Just because I'm not vegan doesn't mean I don't have an opinion. Vegans don't seem to realise that. And I think you'll find the biggest risk of cancer is sugar? And of course carcinogens which don't just come from meat. Good for you for being vegan, but no need to get on your soapbox. I was simply saying, of which I myself do not eat that much meat... I don't understand why someone who doesn't, maybe never eaten meat needs a meat substitute product when there are plenty meat free alternatives which are pretending to be something they are not. That is my point, and it is a fair and valid one. I wasn't insulting vegans, so calm down.
edanfalls02/08/2019 15:14

Will do, thanks. I've read quite a bit on the topic so I will be surprised …Will do, thanks. I've read quite a bit on the topic so I will be surprised if a documentary uncovers something that studies haven't. But I am open-minded on the topic.


Its a highly recommend watch
thehoneymunster02/08/2019 15:31

I am being serious? Just because I'm not vegan doesn't mean I don't have …I am being serious? Just because I'm not vegan doesn't mean I don't have an opinion. Vegans don't seem to realise that. And I think you'll find the biggest risk of cancer is sugar? And of course carcinogens which don't just come from meat. Good for you for being vegan, but no need to get on your soapbox. I was simply saying, of which I myself do not eat that much meat... I don't understand why someone who doesn't, maybe never eaten meat needs a meat substitute product when there are plenty meat free alternatives which are pretending to be something they are not. That is my point, and it is a fair and valid one. I wasn't insulting vegans, so calm down.


I just don't understand why people struggle to grasp something so simple. Like I say many vegans/vegetarians miss the tastes and textures associated with meat, so meat alternatives are in extremely high demand indeed.

I haven't speculated which are the biggest causes of cancer, just saying red and processed meat is a class 1 carcinogen, and that certainly would include Greggs pork sausage rolls.

No agro
superpacman197202/08/2019 10:51

Tried these and they were not that great IMHO. Tasted like sage and onion …Tried these and they were not that great IMHO. Tasted like sage and onion stuffing encased in pastry. Think the Gregg's ones are made from Quorn.


Agreed!
4 for £1 all day every day baked fresh in Cooplands!
Linda Mc Cartney was a vegetarian, became one at 30yrs old, died at 56yrs old from Breast Cancer.... however, my dad who 82yrs old has eaten just about everything from the cow inside and out (as we did too) apart from the ar£eoyl... just saying like... it's pot luck... the key to life is to enjoy yourself from being born to dying, money savers and vegetarians will all die the same as everyone else, now, pass the Gravy
Edited by: "stealth666" 2nd Aug
And he smoked 40 cigs aday up until being 70...
I reckon meat isn't bad for you, rather the things they put in the animals food...
stealth66602/08/2019 20:19

I reckon meat isn't bad for you, rather the things they put in the animals …I reckon meat isn't bad for you, rather the things they put in the animals food...


That thing they feed to farm animals is soy, guess what Vegans eat
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