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Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages x6 / 6 Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages / Mozzarella Quarter Pounder Burger x2 for £1 @ Asda
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Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages x6 / 6 Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages / Mozzarella Quarter Pounder Burger x2 for £1 @ Asda

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Posted 22nd Jul

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The Linda McCartney vegetarian sausages (6*50 gm) are currently for £1 at Asda

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3267866-JkAow.jpgLinda McCartney's Meat Free 6 Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages


3267866-Unr06.jpgLinda McCartney's Meat Free 2 Mozzarella 1/4lb…ers

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My girlfriend is a veggie she calls them Linda M'Fartney.

I can concur....sadly!
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My girlfriend is a veggie she calls them Linda M'Fartney.

I can concur....sadly!
Those sausages are good for cleaning out your intestines!
Heat for price but horrible compared to real thing and standard Linda McCartney sausages.
Best burgers by far and a great price. HOT.
The burgers are absolutely amazing!!
omendata22/07/2019 01:27

My girlfriend is a veggie she calls them Linda M'Fartney.I can …My girlfriend is a veggie she calls them Linda M'Fartney.I can concur....sadly!


Even the burgers? I found them great. Best sausages I've had as a relatively new veggie are Cauldron chilled variety.
carnivaist22/07/2019 20:37

Even the burgers? I found them great. Best sausages I've had as a …Even the burgers? I found them great. Best sausages I've had as a relatively new veggie are Cauldron chilled variety.


I tried Veggie to please the grilfriend but I could not resists the urge for a Chicken Thai Green Coconut Curry it just doesnt work with Quorn pieces Im afraid there is just something about biting into a succulent piece of chicken that you veggies will never get the pleasure of - I feel really sorry for the girlfriend and veggies in general never to have bitten into a Mc'ds cheeseburger and tasted that Gherkin mixed with horsemeat and cheese, never been poisoned by a KFC or been in bed for days after a bout of past its sell by date egg and bacon omellette lol

Or the pure delight of an all day breakfast - two rashers of bacon in a fully packed roll dripping with Lurpak and Heinz ketchup.
Poor veggies!
Even Jesus ate fish thats what i keep telling her so it cannot be wrong!
omendata22/07/2019 20:57

I tried Veggie to please the grilfriend but I could not resists the urge …I tried Veggie to please the grilfriend but I could not resists the urge for a Chicken Thai Green Coconut Curry it just doesnt work with Quorn pieces Im afraid there is just something about biting into a succulent piece of chicken that you veggies will never get the pleasure of - I feel really sorry for the girlfriend and veggies in general never to have bitten into a Mc'ds cheeseburger and tasted that Gherkin mixed with horsemeat and cheese, never been poisoned by a KFC or been in bed for days after a bout of past its sell by date egg and bacon omellette lolOr the pure delight of an all day breakfast - two rashers of bacon in a fully packed roll dripping with Lurpak and Heinz ketchup.Poor veggies!Even Jesus ate fish thats what i keep telling her so it cannot be wrong!


South Korean meat eaters probably say that about their vegetarian compatriots who don't eat dogs. For me the misery meat-eating causes animals outweighs the taste benefits, but each to his own.
Edited by: "carnivaist" 25th Jul
Yes but Lions kill deer and sharks kill other animals its the natural way of life!
But as you say each to his own!
The thing is how do you know until you try.
One of my main mottos is try everything once at least if you dont like it you have tried it but to never try and deny - Naw!
It's not a "natural" way of life for humans to eat meat in anything remotely like the quantities many of us do and which necessitates a vast, cruel slaughter Industry - notwithstanding the fact that as a result of the industrialisation and commercialisation of meat, many people are encouraged to consume an extremely unhealthy diet in order to maximise industry profits.

If we were simply dispatching the odd deer with a curare dart so we could have something for Sunday lunch that would be one thing, but what our modern meat industry puts living creatures through is horrific and surprised me when I was made aware of it.

Besides, lots of things we do as a matter of routine are "unnatural" and many things we have banned as dangerous or immoral are "natural" so that's not a very good argument - society moves on in step with technology. (It surprised me how easy it is to avoid meat nowadays, compared to an earlier abortive attempt twenty years ago when doing so meant basically tofu and soya in the most boring and tasteless configurations imaginable).

Only a few hundred years ago it was " natural" and routine to urinate and defecate into a pot and throw it out of the window - people in cities actually carried a kind of umbrella to protect themselves and you can still see streets on hills in some old cities with a channel in the middle for human waste to drain away. Today even a desperate wazz in an alleyway after the pubs chuck out can get your collar felt by the police.
Edited by: "carnivaist" 1st Aug
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