Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages (6 = 300g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's
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Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages (6 = 300g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Edited by:"rubberbullets"Found 19th Sep 2017
This deal starts on WEDNESDAY 20th September and ends on TUESDAY 10th October

Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages (6 = 300g) was £2.00 now £1.00


Vegetarian Society approved

Ingredients
  • Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (64%),
  • Water,
  • Soya Protein Concentrate,
  • Palm Oil,
  • Seasoning (Sulphites) (Dextrose, Salt, Flavourings, Onion Powder, Yeast Extract, Colour: Red Iron Oxide),
  • Rapeseed Oil,
  • Rusk (Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Salt, Raising Agent: Ammonium Bicarbonate),
  • Stabiliser: Methyl Cellulose,
  • Tomato Purée,
  • Salt

Dietary Information

Suitable for Vegans

Suitable for Vegetarians


For allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see ingredients in capitals
Contains Soya Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites Contains Wheat
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20 Comments
Great price. I don't know how they can make these and sell them for a pound and make any profit.
Great sausages! Hot
Made from real vegetarians?
I'd love to be a vegetarian but after trying these and the Linda McCartney burgers last week I can see why people still eat meat as I really couldn't stand the taste of them. On a plus side though the dog ate them quite happily.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 19th Sep 2017
They certainly will be rubber bullets
I've never come across anyone as sanctimonious as vegetarians who don't eat meat but want to eat 'like meat' tools!
i cant vouch for these but the red onion and rosemary ones are delicious i just put mine in the microwave for a couple of mins and they're lovely, I made the mistake of grilling them once .............. never again, you need to be like jaws from james bond or at least have a pocket angle grinder to cut the devils
These taste awful
paulandpam112 h, 27 m ago

I'd love to be a vegetarian but after trying these and the Linda McCartney …I'd love to be a vegetarian but after trying these and the Linda McCartney burgers last week I can see why people still eat meat as I really couldn't stand the taste of them. On a plus side though the dog ate them quite happily.


Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are meat eaters and require meat in their diet. Same for Cats.
also a £1 in Iceland if no Sainsburys near you.
M1LFHunter13 h, 25 m ago

I've never come across anyone as sanctimonious as vegetarians who don't …I've never come across anyone as sanctimonious as vegetarians who don't eat meat but want to eat 'like meat' tools!


Care to explain, or do you just not know what "sanctimonious" means?

What about someone who loves meat, but doesn't want to eat it for animal welfare reasons?
carrotming13 h, 22 m ago

i cant vouch for these but the red onion and rosemary ones are delicious i …i cant vouch for these but the red onion and rosemary ones are delicious i just put mine in the microwave for a couple of mins and they're lovely, I made the mistake of grilling them once .............. never again, you need to be like jaws from james bond or at least have a pocket angle grinder to cut the devils



You're making me hungry
Thank you.
Very good deal.
Yum ! will try when I turn veg mode
ThePennyPincher9 h, 27 m ago

Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are …Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are meat eaters and require meat in their diet. Same for Cats.

They can be supplemented, they don't actually require meat but dogs are more suited to a rotting flesh free diet.
paulandpam122 h, 2 m ago

I'd love to be a vegetarian but after trying these and the Linda McCartney …I'd love to be a vegetarian but after trying these and the Linda McCartney burgers last week I can see why people still eat meat as I really couldn't stand the taste of them. On a plus side though the dog ate them quite happily.

These days it's REALLY easy to not eat the flesh of intelligent animals; Quorn sausages are pretty damn good when they're fried slowly.
M1LFHunter21 h, 31 m ago

They certainly will be rubber bullets

Not in the slightest! They're great in sausage sandwiches and keep a man satisfied for hours
ThePennyPincher11 h, 27 m ago

Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are …Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are meat eaters and require meat in their diet. Same for Cats.


You must be thinking of cats which are carnivorous, dogs can survive on a plant-based diet quite easily.

M1LFHunter23 h, 21 m ago

I've never come across anyone as sanctimonious as vegetarians who don't …I've never come across anyone as sanctimonious as vegetarians who don't eat meat but want to eat 'like meat' tools!



Bless you M1LFHunter, did a vegetarian M1LF turn you down in the past?
ThePennyPincher20th Sep

Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are …Not a good idea to feed Dogs these over meat regularly though as they are meat eaters and require meat in their diet. Same for Cats.


I only gave them to the dog to save wasting them in the dustbin.
He certainly won't be getting anymore because I'll never buy these things again but I do intend trying the Quorn sausages mentioned in one of the posts above.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 22nd Sep 2017
davegray2720th Sep

You must be thinking of cats which are carnivorous, dogs can survive on a …You must be thinking of cats which are carnivorous, dogs can survive on a plant-based diet quite easily.Bless you M1LFHunter, did a vegetarian M1LF turn you down in the past?


Yeah, she didn't like pork, but strangely, liked beef curtains.
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