Linda McCartney Mozzarella Quarter Pounder Burger 2 x 113g +LM Vegetarian Sausages 6 x 50g  £1 @ Morrisons
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Linda McCartney Mozzarella Quarter Pounder Burger 2 x 113g +LM Vegetarian Sausages 6 x 50g £1 @ Morrisons

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Found 8th May 2016
Saw this favourite of mine on offer in my local Morrisons, whilst searching for the vegcakes posted here @£1:

hotukdeals.com/dea…136
(which my store didn't stock, must be larger ones only.)

Also had the vegetarian sausages on for the same price (both usually £1.97each). Offer finishes 22/5. (they're available instore & for online deliveries.)
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These are actually fantastic...coming from a meat eater 1000 times better than the awful quorn stuff.
Saw the burgers in my local Co-op today, reduced to 99p.
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I read that the newer ones (in the white packaging) ie, this offer are also vegan too.
Dannyrobbo

These are actually fantastic...coming from a meat eater 1000 times better … These are actually fantastic...coming from a meat eater 1000 times better than the awful quorn stuff.



​I agree.

I really like these. I eat meat but these are so flavourful and far less greasy than a normal burger.
Heat from me.

"Also had the vegetarian sausages on for the same price (both usually £1.97each)."
Just a heads up for when this deal finishes, the sausages are £1.25 in Iceland all the time.
But I'll be saving a few 5-"bob"s in the meantime.
huggychair

I read that the newer ones (in the white packaging) ie, this offer are … I read that the newer ones (in the white packaging) ie, this offer are also vegan too.


The Mozzarella 1/4lb burgers aren't vegan, as they contain cheese.
The regular 1/4lb burgers are vegan, but not sure if Morrisons have any of them?

Also the sausages and sausage rolls are vegan.
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Banned
whats up with the people just mentioning some random names on packaging in this country?
Like I must know every cookie/sausage and toilet paper maker name...
I am a meat eater, but man those mozzarella burgers are nice! Been waiting for them to be on offer, thanks op heat!
Had the sausages last night on the bbq and they were nice. Vegan too.

And Linda McCartney's name is synonymous with vegetarianism so I can understand why they continue to have her endorse these products from beyond the grave. Unlike that charlatan Aunt Bessie, who has never campaigned for the proper treatment of battered goods in her life, I'll bet.
kimmiebay

Had the sausages last night on the bbq and they were nice. Vegan too.And … Had the sausages last night on the bbq and they were nice. Vegan too.And Linda McCartney's name is synonymous with vegetarianism so I can understand why they continue to have her endorse these products from beyond the grave. Unlike that charlatan Aunt Bessie, who has never campaigned for the proper treatment of battered goods in her life, I'll bet.



Well unlike Aunt Bessie she did actually exist
you a'int met my aunt bessie then!!
on the other hand i find those burgers disgusting, like some rubbery random chunks sort of glued together
was thinking theyd be great after feedback always get on these threads
rank!
brilly

on the other hand i find those burgers disgusting, like some rubbery … on the other hand i find those burgers disgusting, like some rubbery random chunks sort of glued togetherwas thinking theyd be great after feedback always get on these threadsrank!


Maybe over cooked?
xp2500

Maybe over cooked?


perhaps but the flavour was crap as well
brilly

perhaps but the flavour was crap as well


If you overcook them even meat becomes burnt and rubbery. The mozzarella should be stringy and the burger soft. For convenience and the less greasy aspect, not to mention taste, these are class
I don't get the whole vegetarian / burger / sausages bit ??? Surely if you don't eat meat for whatever purpose, why would you want to eat a pseudo burger, sausage, cutlet etc. I think someone is kidding themselves ???
v5535

If you overcook them even meat becomes burnt and rubbery. The mozzarella … If you overcook them even meat becomes burnt and rubbery. The mozzarella should be stringy and the burger soft. For convenience and the less greasy aspect, not to mention taste, these are class


mozzarella was still stringy
meat burgers are different - they can be cooked way beyond instructions and still taste fine
teddyedward1

I don't get the whole vegetarian / burger / sausages bit ??? Surely if … I don't get the whole vegetarian / burger / sausages bit ??? Surely if you don't eat meat for whatever purpose, why would you want to eat a pseudo burger, sausage, cutlet etc. I think someone is kidding themselves ???



Why does it bother you?
Thanks Huggychair awesome find xxx
These taste better than real meat.
My favorite Burgers, Thanks for the post.
It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want fake meat shaped variations of what is a meat product if you find meat repulsive.
Does anyone know if these are healthier than normal burger please?
Tried the burgers the other day, the first veggie alternative I've ever tried - they were pretty good! Had mine in a lightly toasted brioche bun and melted Gorgonzola.
Banned
TheBoss96

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Well?
Si1

Does anyone know if these are healthier than normal burger please?



Well, it depends on what you count as a 'normal' burger I guess. But these aren't healthy by any means.
Si1

Does anyone know if these are healthier than normal burger please?


only for the cows
teddyedward1

It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want … It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want fake meat shaped variations of what is a meat product if you find meat repulsive.



Personally, I don't find meat per se repulsive, I actually used to find it delicious; I do find killing animals to eat them repulsive though, so these products are a way round that.
I quite like the quorn sausages with mash and beans but definitely these sausages are much nicer. Great price. Will try to get some of these burgers to try next shop.
teddyedward1

It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want … It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want fake meat shaped variations of what is a meat product if you find meat repulsive.



It's just a convenient shape that fits in buns/rolls etc. There are no burger and sausage shaped animal parts you know.... Well maybe there is for the sausage, but that will be nicely minced before it finds it's way in your burger.
teddyedward1

I don't get the whole vegetarian / burger / sausages bit ??? Surely if … I don't get the whole vegetarian / burger / sausages bit ??? Surely if you don't eat meat for whatever purpose, why would you want to eat a pseudo burger, sausage, cutlet etc. I think someone is kidding themselves ???



Because 99% of people don't eat meat because they don't like the taste, but because of the health risks, environmental impact, and cruelty to animals associated with it. Is this so hard to understand?
teddyedward1

It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want … It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want fake meat shaped variations of what is a meat product if you find meat repulsive.


It bothers you enough to post tired old cliché's.

I haven't tried these burgers but will do, thanks OP.
teddyedward1

It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want … It doesn't really bother me but it just seems a bit hypocritical to want fake meat shaped variations of what is a meat product if you find meat repulsive.



What do you define as "meat-shaped"? People don't object to eating meat because of the shape, but because of what goes in it, so I've no idea how you've convinced yourself that it's "hypocritical".
dean_brfc

Why does it bother you?


They (meat eaters) are obsessed with veggie deals always the same stupid questions. Maybe time to question themselves why or better still GET A LIFE
These are sooo good! Veggy BBQ time then!
My wife's not a veggie or vegan (I'm veggie) and she won't eat meat burgers now that she's had these.

I'll regularly make up the sausages in the evening for a couple of sausage butties in the morning for us both to take to work. Stocked up on these last week as they're on offer
dean_brfc

Well, it depends on what you count as a 'normal' burger I guess. But … Well, it depends on what you count as a 'normal' burger I guess. But these aren't healthy by any means.



These are healthier than most pre made burgers, they contain cheese which accounts for their fat content being comparable. As for saturates they are only 1.9 grams compared to at least 6 for a general (good quality) burger.
A valid question that is on most veggie threads "why do vegetarians blah blah blah? " As for hating people who eat meat where the hell did that come from ffs. Happen to love my family and even buy meat for them. The "they" I mention are the meat eaters who troll most veggie threads to ridicule our life choices. Not too much to suggest they get a life plenty of lives taken on their behalf after all !!
Dannyrobbo

These are healthier than most pre made burgers, they contain cheese which … These are healthier than most pre made burgers, they contain cheese which accounts for their fat content being comparable. As for saturates they are only 1.9 grams compared to at least 6 for a general (good quality) burger.


dont be silly - these are EIGHT percent mozzarella - thats less than 2g fat from cheese
these have over 16g fat per burger - did you not see the 2nd biggest ingredient? veg oil .. yeah 15+% pure added oil

meat burgers vary, ones i have atm (not my favourite but missus likes) are steak burgers with 2g sat fat per burger and much less fat in general... plus they dont taste crap
then you can get others with higher sat fat but thats up to the individual
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