Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella Burgers (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) was £1.25 now ONLY £1.00 @ Iceland
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Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella Burgers (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) was £1.25 now ONLY £1.00 @ Iceland

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Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella Burgers (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) was £1.25 now ONLY £1.00

Ingredients

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (64%), Rapeseed Oil, Onion (8%), Mozzarella Cheese (Milk) (8%), Seasoning (Yeast Extract, Malted Barley Extract, Onion Powder, Flavouring, Salt, Garlic Powder), Stabiliser: Methyl Cellulose, Chickpea Flour, Flavouring (Yeast Extract, Salt, Sunflower Oil, Acid: Citric Acid), Garlic Purée, Malted Barley Extract, Onion Powder

18 Comments

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (64%)...... hmmmm, taaaaaasty.

These are yummy

taste great.....

These are great. Thanks (just bought some today in Tesco, typical!).

Also on offer for £1 at Morrison's.

I'm no veggy but I'm going to get some and see what they're like.

They are good but sooooooooooooo bad for you.

Donnellios

They are good but sooooooooooooo bad for you.



​I thought they were healthy? Are they worse than beef burgers?

JoanWilder

​I thought they were healthy? Are they worse than beef burgers?



​They are mainly soya so yep very bad for you.

I looked at the ingredients, and I can't see any trace of Vegetarian. False advertising, Beef Burgers contain Beef (Sometimes Horse), Chicken Burgers contain Chicken, I think it is about time that Vegetarian Burgers must contain Vegetarian.

We've had a vegetarian friend staying with us recently (and will continue for a while).
Mainly for the simplicity of cooking, we are now an inadvertent vegetarian household.
Surprisingly, we are quite enjoying the change in diet.
However, we've discovered three unpalatable products for lazy days... These, some god-awful sausages and the worst of them all, burgers with some (can't recall, maybe) BBQ sauce. All of which were part of the Linda McCartney brand.
I know it's subjective and if I'm honest, our guest was okay with the sausages (we were not). We'd bought 2 boxes of each - the remainder went to, oh, I'm ashamed to say, landfill.

zx636r

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (64%)...... hmmmm, taaaaaasty.



Lol you loser, I'm a meat eater and these burgers are frikkin' delicious.

dijital

Lol you loser, I'm a meat eater and these burgers are frikkin' delicious.



That is something I hear quite often about these - definitely the meat substitute item that has the most meat-eating fans in my experience

These are so bad. Usually i really like veggie burgers but these are really bad

tomj777

We've had a vegetarian friend staying with us recently (and will continue … We've had a vegetarian friend staying with us recently (and will continue for a while). Mainly for the simplicity of cooking, we are now an inadvertent vegetarian household.Surprisingly, we are quite enjoying the change in diet. However, we've discovered three unpalatable products for lazy days... These, some god-awful sausages and the worst of them all, burgers with some (can't recall, maybe) BBQ sauce. All of which were part of the Linda McCartney brand. I know it's subjective and if I'm honest, our guest was okay with the sausages (we were not). We'd bought 2 boxes of each - the remainder went to, oh, I'm ashamed to say, landfill.



​I agree, these are horrible. l threw them in the bin too.

ohdearohdear

These are so bad. Usually i really like veggie burgers but these are … These are so bad. Usually i really like veggie burgers but these are really bad



​totally agree.

My best mate's funeral tomorrow. He swore by these. I bought some once. We nearly had a fight. They're ****ing awful; like partially reconstituted cardboard with bits in. They're not a "juicy lucy" style burger either! No "filling" just cheese (allegedly) mixed in with the ... stuff.

LizzyUK

​They are mainly soya so yep very bad for you.



In what way is it bad for you?

"Systematic review, meta-analysis and regression of randomised controlled trials reporting an association between an intake of circa 25 g soya protein per day and blood cholesterol"

The inclusion of modest amounts soya protein (ca. 25 g) into the diet of adults with normal or mild hypercholesterolaemia resulted in small, highly significant reductions in total and LDL cholesterol, equivalent to ca. 6% LDL reduction. This practically achievable intake, particularly when combined with other dietary measures, can make a useful contribution to blood cholesterol management.

Basically soya protein reduces cholesterol, so i would be interested to hear what makes you think its bad for you.
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