Linda McCartney Mozzarella Burgers (2 per pack - 227g) was £1.75 & Vegetarian Sausages ((6) = 300g) was £1.70 now £1.00 each pack @ Tesco
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Linda McCartney Mozzarella Burgers (2 per pack - 227g) was £1.75 & Vegetarian Sausages ((6) = 300g) was £1.70 now £1.00 each pack @ Tesco

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Found 7th Apr 2015
Linda McCartney Mozzarella Burgers (2 per pack - 227g) was £1.75 now £1.00

Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages ((6) = 300g) was £1.70 now £1.00 each pack

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Always called these products Linda McFARTneys for what they do to you, at least they arent vile like they were before about 10 years ago.

I really like these great find. H+

ryouga

Always called these products Linda McFARTneys for what they do to you, at … Always called these products Linda McFARTneys for what they do to you, at least they arent vile like they were before about 10 years ago.



Agree they used to be disgusting in the past. Still not sure about the sausages but the burgers are really good.

The sausages are great for doing vege scotch eggs - just let them defrost then you can mould them around hard boiled eggs really easily, I then dust in flour then bake for about 20mins. Delish! They also do the sausies in Farmfoods for a quid but this is great for those who don't have one of those close-by. I didn't know about the burgers being on offer either. Heat added.

Heated - best veggie burgers I've ever tasted.

The best veggie burgers imo. Great on a barbecue.

not a veggie but these are tasty so shall try then on offer! ty

Same price in Sainsburys right now

I'm not a vegetarian, but in the week day evenings I try not to eat meat. Really enjoy the sausages, so might try the burgers as well. Thanks OP, heat added.

Anyone know how long this deal is on for?

I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is genuine...

But why do Vegetarians even want to eat fake burgers or more so why eat fake sausages?

To show I am not trolling I have voted the deal HOT
Edited by: "Blueandy99" 8th Apr 2015

Blueandy99

I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is … I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is genuine...But why do Vegetarians even want to eat fake burgers or more so why eat fake sausages?To show I am not trolling I have voted the deal HOT



Why do meat eaters do the same? I've never seen burgers or sausages in a farm yard or field (_;)

I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to reply.

I shall maybe ask friends over a glass of wine, it was just something that popped into my head and in my usual style I just blurted it out.

A fair number of veggies are veggies out of principle, therefore why eat a fake meat product if your principle is to not eat the meat product?
I can understand if there is an intolerance or allergy to meat and you want to think you're eating meat, but if your intention and choice is to not eat meat then why go to the effort of faking it?

Sadly being Vegan/Veggie etc found these look great but taste very average

Blueandy99

I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to … I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to reply.I shall maybe ask friends over a glass of wine, it was just something that popped into my head and in my usual style I just blurted it out.A fair number of veggies are veggies out of principle, therefore why eat a fake meat product if your principle is to not eat the meat product?I can understand if there is an intolerance or allergy to meat and you want to think you're eating meat, but if your intention and choice is to not eat meat then why go to the effort of faking it?



Speaking for the Linda Mcartney Sausages - they don't taste like sausages.

But they are delicious on the BBQ - they're like spiced rolls. I'm going to try the other posters' suggestion to make scotch eggs with them too. They are a bit scotch-egg-wrapper like.

Blueandy99

I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is … I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is genuine...But why do Vegetarians even want to eat fake burgers or more so why eat fake sausages?To show I am not trolling I have voted the deal HOT



It's not a fake burger. It's a vege burger.

The question is a nonsense due to your poor rationalisation, possibly due to bias, but I don't want to speculate.

they were on offer at these prices at sainsbury's until monday, and now their offer has finished and i've almost run out!
had a meat eating friend try these the other day, he then left my house and went to the nearest shop to buy 5 packs!
they're lovely, but quite fattening so save them for a treat
the sausages are my daily staple. high in protein, low in fat, great with beans

Blueandy99

I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is … I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is genuine...But why do Vegetarians even want to eat fake burgers or more so why eat fake sausages?To show I am not trolling I have voted the deal HOT



because people don't necessarily not eat meat because of the taste.....
there are other reasons - health, moral/ethical and/or environmental.
this allows them to eat something roughly similar whilst still not contributing to whatever issue it was that made them give up in the first place
also the taste of some of these is delish. not sure how they compare to the real thing, but I know lots of meat eaters who've tried various quorn/fake meat products off my plate and not spewed them out in utter disgust

I love these, the only eggless vegetarian sausages around

Blueandy99

I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is … I realise I may be criticised for asking, but the question is genuine...But why do Vegetarians even want to eat fake burgers or more so why eat fake sausages?To show I am not trolling I have voted the deal HOT



I'm vegetarian, meat eaters don't have the monopoly on shapes They're convenient food shapes. You could ask why are burgers round and sausages long and thin. It's just shapes.

The burgers are good but the sausages are awful - the fresh (as opposed to frozen) Cauldron brand ones are much better.

Blueandy99

I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to … I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to reply.I shall maybe ask friends over a glass of wine, it was just something that popped into my head and in my usual style I just blurted it out.A fair number of veggies are veggies out of principle, therefore why eat a fake meat product if your principle is to not eat the meat product?. I can understand if there is an intolerance or allergy to meat and you want to think you're eating meat, but if your intention and choice is to not eat meat then why go to the effort of faking it?



Blueandy99

I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to … I think you may have missed my point, but thanks for taking the time to reply.I shall maybe ask friends over a glass of wine, it was just something that popped into my head and in my usual style I just blurted it out.A fair number of veggies are veggies out of principle, therefore why eat a fake meat product if your principle is to not eat the meat product?I can understand if there is an intolerance or allergy to meat and you want to think you're eating meat, but if your intention and choice is to not eat meat then why go to the effort of faking it?



Seems pretty simple. Some veggies still like to enjoy the taste and texture safe in the knowledge that no animals had to die in the process. Though in my case I make sure that any product I eat contains no animal products at all because I believe all animal exploitation is wrong and most of it contains degrees of suffering therefore I wouldn't eat these Linda Mac burgers as they contain dairy and egg which = needless cruelty I can happily live without.


Edited by: "jcvanshazam" 21st Apr 2015
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