Linda McCartney's Meat Free 2 Mozzarella 1/4lb Burgers £1 Morrisons
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Linda McCartney's Meat Free 2 Mozzarella 1/4lb Burgers £1 Morrisons

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Found 15th MarEdited by:"fearona"
Vegetarian burger made from soya protein, containing mozzarella cheese, onion and seasoning.

"Mum believed that the kitchen was the heart of the home and
we are proud to carry on her ethos of honest, delicious vegetarian food
that's good for animals, the earth and you."
The McCartney Family
Linda McCartney, a photographer, mother and food pioneer who turned her own
passion for good and tasty food into innovative and groundbreaking
products like this one.
Amazingly indulgent, High protein, Vegetarian Society approved
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Sieja10 m ago

All ready made burgers from the fridge. THATS why we getting fat as a …All ready made burgers from the fridge. THATS why we getting fat as a nation.


Whats frozen veg burgers got to with nation getting fat?
You are not meant to live on them, just enjoy them once in a while with a nice bit of salad and a toasted brioche bun.
Edited by: "fearona" 15th Mar
You can eat what you want and stay healthy by just exercising enough but if you are worried about weight so much, you'd eat a balanced meal and exercise, no harm in having something like this once a week. Far better than slaughtering an animal
Eat these as a veggie a couple of times a week and along with exercise and a balanced diet I'm not fat but thanks for the concern.

On the burgers themselves, one of the best veggie "beef" burgers I've had
Edited by: "dmartins13" 15th Mar
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also £1 at Iceland if no Morrisons near you.
I find these delicious, but am avoiding soy. Shame as these are amazing!.
All ready made burgers from the fridge. THATS why we getting fat as a nation.
Sieja10 m ago

All ready made burgers from the fridge. THATS why we getting fat as a …All ready made burgers from the fridge. THATS why we getting fat as a nation.


Whats frozen veg burgers got to with nation getting fat?
You are not meant to live on them, just enjoy them once in a while with a nice bit of salad and a toasted brioche bun.
Edited by: "fearona" 15th Mar
Eat these as a veggie a couple of times a week and along with exercise and a balanced diet I'm not fat but thanks for the concern.

On the burgers themselves, one of the best veggie "beef" burgers I've had
Edited by: "dmartins13" 15th Mar


  • RDA
    Energy992kJ 238kcal 12.0%
    Fat13.5g 19.0%
    Saturates1.9g 9.0%
    Sugars1.3g 1.0%
    Salt1.1g 18.0%

    I'm no veggie but I love them.
    Quite high fat and salt but if you don't over indulge no issues.
Edited by: "fearona" 15th Mar
These are very nice, a great taste and texture. But they are not that healthy despite being vegetarian. Quorn burgers are not quite as nice but have a lot less calories and fat.
Higher in salt though
Quorn Quarter Pounder Burgers
  • Salt1.7g
    28.0%
Edited by: "fearona" 15th Mar
You can eat what you want and stay healthy by just exercising enough but if you are worried about weight so much, you'd eat a balanced meal and exercise, no harm in having something like this once a week. Far better than slaughtering an animal
Why is there so much salt in these
Same price at Iceland - if thats more convenient.
matwalaboy9 m ago

Same price at Iceland - if thats more convenient.



Yes info posted already in post 2 and 3.
polarbaba19 h, 35 m ago

I find these delicious, but am avoiding soy. Shame as these are amazing!.


Sorry to bother you.
As a recent vegetarian I am taking Soy Protein to adapt to the transition.
Should I be concerned??
Chiptivo13 m ago

Sorry to bother you. As a recent vegetarian I am taking Soy Protein to …Sorry to bother you. As a recent vegetarian I am taking Soy Protein to adapt to the transition. Should I be concerned??



For every review I read thats good theres a not so good one.
Liek anything use in moderation.
You don't normally eat meat every day so don't eat soya every day.
Edited by: "fearona" 16th Mar
Chiptivo16th Mar

Sorry to bother you. As a recent vegetarian I am taking Soy Protein to …Sorry to bother you. As a recent vegetarian I am taking Soy Protein to adapt to the transition. Should I be concerned??


If you're a bloke i think it's worth doing some research as soy can disrupt your testosterone levels directly and indirectly. It's certainly worth some of your time looking it up. I took some supplements which were soy based and it's been really bad for me... Took 6 months before I noticed, but it was quite bad then. After a year i still haven't recovered. I don't have a soy allergies either.
Let me get uhhhhhhhh, McSoyboy Burger with a Side of Carrot "Fries"
Edited by: "Norseg" 16th Mar
Norseg39 m ago

Let me get uhhhhhhhh, McSoyboy Burger with a Side of Carrot "Fries"



I'll add that to the list of useless replies lol
Having one of these for dinner tonight ...... with bacon, cheese and jalapeños - I'm not a veggie but prefer these to meat burgers.
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