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Magnum Vegan Ice Cream 270Ml £1.94 @ Tesco (Choice of Classic and Almond)
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Magnum Vegan Ice Cream 270Ml £1.94 @ Tesco (Choice of Classic and Almond)

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almond one is da bomb! In b4 brain washed boomerang clan commenting. This is an amazing ice cream with no cruelty to cows and less harmful on the planet.
crabby0906/01/2020 14:45

They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't …They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't particularly great examples of ice cream. They're certainly a decent product should people wish to be animal free But... I must point out that it's not ice cream. It should be called a frozen dessert or at least an ice cream alternative or imitation.



Or just keep calling it vegan ice cream because everyone will know exactly what you mean and one day it'll end up in the dictionary anyway.
Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans nonsense.
Plus this is not ice cream as normally defined as there is no cream in it.

Tesco website also states -
'Allergy Information
  • May Contain: Milk'
Edited by: "Nesima" 6th Jan
deleted172307206/01/2020 15:37

Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be …Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be long before we're eating insects and tax on meat will be huge.


omg why you guys are resorting to eat insects when there are plenty of amazing plant based alternatives
Edited by: "ehadz" 6th Jan
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almond one is da bomb! In b4 brain washed boomerang clan commenting. This is an amazing ice cream with no cruelty to cows and less harmful on the planet.
ehadz06/01/2020 14:13

almond one is da bomb! In b4 brain washed boomerang clan commenting. This …almond one is da bomb! In b4 brain washed boomerang clan commenting. This is an amazing ice cream with no cruelty to cows and less harmful on the planet.


Still junk food with fructose.
They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't particularly great examples of ice cream. They're certainly a decent product should people wish to be animal free

But... I must point out that it's not ice cream. It should be called a frozen dessert or at least an ice cream alternative or imitation.
Edited by: "crabby09" 6th Jan
crabby0906/01/2020 14:45

They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't …They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't particularly great examples of ice cream. They're certainly a decent product should people wish to be animal free But... I must point out that it's not ice cream. It should be called a frozen dessert or at least an ice cream alternative or imitation.



Or just keep calling it vegan ice cream because everyone will know exactly what you mean and one day it'll end up in the dictionary anyway.
Sliwka06/01/2020 14:45

Still junk food with fructose.



I avoid oranges for the same reason. I hate fruit sugar!
crabby0906/01/2020 14:45

They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't …They're pretty good imitations of magnums - but then magnums aren't particularly great examples of ice cream. They're certainly a decent product should people wish to be animal free But... I must point out that it's not ice cream. It should be called a frozen dessert or at least an ice cream alternative or imitation.


here we go. This shouldn't be called xxx because yyy . It's called marketing. May be cows milk ice cream should be labelled as cows milk ice cream them rather than just ice cream.
Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans nonsense.
Plus this is not ice cream as normally defined as there is no cream in it.

Tesco website also states -
'Allergy Information
  • May Contain: Milk'
Edited by: "Nesima" 6th Jan
Thanks for the heads-up, these are nice!
Nesima06/01/2020 15:05

Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans …Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans nonsense.Plus this is not ice cream as normally defined as there is no cream in it.Tesco website also states - 'Allergy InformationMay Contain: Milk'


Getting fed up of food are we? lol.

May contain: Milk = Made in a factory that makes other products containing cows milk. Since some people are allergic to cows milk this is to inform about the allergen. Not that they directly use cows milk in the product.
Edited by: "ehadz" 6th Jan
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Nesima06/01/2020 15:05

Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans …Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans nonsense.Plus this is not ice cream as normally defined as there is no cream in it.Tesco website also states - 'Allergy InformationMay Contain: Milk'


Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be long before we're eating insects and tax on meat will be huge.
deleted172307206/01/2020 15:37

Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be …Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be long before we're eating insects and tax on meat will be huge.


omg why you guys are resorting to eat insects when there are plenty of amazing plant based alternatives
Edited by: "ehadz" 6th Jan
definitely, I don't want my tax money to be used in a massacre of innocent animals.
ehadz06/01/2020 16:16

definitely, I don't want my tax money to be used in a massacre of innocent …definitely, I don't want my tax money to be used in a massacre of innocent animals.


You've been watching too much Disney. Nature is red in tooth and claw. Not much innocence out there in the Animal Kingdom.
xenophon06/01/2020 16:27

You've been watching too much Disney. Nature is red in tooth and claw. Not …You've been watching too much Disney. Nature is red in tooth and claw. Not much innocence out there in the Animal Kingdom.


How many animals are you killing personally? Besides the ones you paid to be killed by others.

Going to Tesco for some pre packaged dead animal is hardly tooth and claw
lukeo4406/01/2020 16:44

How many animals are you killing personally? Besides the ones you paid to …How many animals are you killing personally? Besides the ones you paid to be killed by others.Going to Tesco for some pre packaged dead animal is hardly tooth and claw


No but killing other animals for food is. Doesn't matter how it arrives. Humans trade, you don't have to do it yourself. Like saying you can only wear clothes if you made them yourself.
xenophon06/01/2020 17:06

No but killing other animals for food is. Doesn't matter how it arrives. …No but killing other animals for food is. Doesn't matter how it arrives. Humans trade, you don't have to do it yourself. Like saying you can only wear clothes if you made them yourself.


You can get ethically sourced clothing, you can't get ethically sourced dead animal. Unless you're eating roadkill where it's accidental death?
lukeo4406/01/2020 17:10

You can get ethically sourced clothing, you can't get ethically sourced …You can get ethically sourced clothing, you can't get ethically sourced dead animal. Unless you're eating roadkill where it's accidental death?


Everything you buy so called "ethically sourced"? So the eating of dead animals is morally wrong, what makes you the arbiter of what is and what isn't. I'll take it up with the Supreme Being when I see it if you don't mind, I think it will be in a glasshouse on this though, I don't expect any criticism. If it points at Mother Nature, she'll inform it that she was only following orders.
xenophon06/01/2020 17:29

Everything you buy so called "ethically sourced"? So the eating of dead …Everything you buy so called "ethically sourced"? So the eating of dead animals is morally wrong, what makes you the arbiter of what is and what isn't. I'll take it up with the Supreme Being when I see it if you don't mind, I think it will be in a glasshouse on this though, I don't expect any criticism. If it points at Mother Nature, she'll inform it that she was only following orders.


Mother nature <> factory farming. Killing animals unnecessarily is not morally justifiable. Just like killing another human is morally justifiable.
deleted172307206/01/2020 15:37

Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be …Millions are also. Things are not looking good for the future, won't be long before we're eating insects and tax on meat will be huge.


I would probably eat you before tackling a grasshopper ;-)
No shortage of young and tender humans to eat plus I would be doing the tree huggers and climate muppets a favour by reducing the human population.
Nesima06/01/2020 18:09

I would probably eat you before tackling a grasshopper ;-)No shortage of …I would probably eat you before tackling a grasshopper ;-)No shortage of young and tender humans to eat plus I would be doing the tree huggers and climate muppets a favour by reducing the human population.


"How dare you"
xenophon06/01/2020 17:29

Everything you buy so called "ethically sourced"? So the eating of dead …Everything you buy so called "ethically sourced"? So the eating of dead animals is morally wrong, what makes you the arbiter of what is and what isn't. I'll take it up with the Supreme Being when I see it if you don't mind, I think it will be in a glasshouse on this though, I don't expect any criticism. If it points at Mother Nature, she'll inform it that she was only following orders.


It is wherever possible pal, wether that be clothing, food, clothes etc
Think I'll pass on the grand introspection on supreme beings, sounds a bit too much like religious woo woo for my liking
Yet again another vegan deal highjacked by the pro and anti vegan brigade. Get a room elsewhere and discuss.
And let's have constructive comments concerning how good the deal is and whether or not it taste good.
Thanks for posting the deal op.
These are very nice but very small. Get them sometimes when they’re on offer. Hot from me.
Nesima06/01/2020 15:05

Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans …Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans nonsense.Plus this is not ice cream as normally defined as there is no cream in it.Tesco website also states - 'Allergy InformationMay Contain: Milk'


"fed up"? How on earth is this having any negative effect on you and your life, other than your choice to be annoyed. Your insecurity about your own beliefs being invalidated by the mere existence of people disagreeing is your issue..

It's not "ice cream" in the traditional sense of the word, but cream has more than one meaning. We use "hand cream" and "coconut cream", but don't expect there to be diary in it.
xenophon06/01/2020 16:27

You've been watching too much Disney. Nature is red in tooth and claw. Not …You've been watching too much Disney. Nature is red in tooth and claw. Not much innocence out there in the Animal Kingdom.


So you look to animals to decide what constitutes civilized behavior. Might I suggest a good book instead?
NitrousUK06/01/2020 19:28

So you look to animals to decide what constitutes civilized behavior. …So you look to animals to decide what constitutes civilized behavior. Might I suggest a good book instead?


No, I was referring to the innocence of animals comment. Yes a good book, rather than all those Disney and Dreamworks movies that have saturated the market over recent years anthropomorphising animals more than ever before, making some millennials lose touch with reality.

I will actually try these and see what they are like. Not against Vegan products per se. Just get tired of the "dead animals" and "murder" comments that get thrown around on this site.
Edited by: "xenophon" 6th Jan
xenophon06/01/2020 20:26

No, I was referring to the innocence of animals comment. Yes a good book, …No, I was referring to the innocence of animals comment. Yes a good book, rather than all those Disney and Dreamworks movies that have saturated the market over recent years anthropomorphising animals more than ever before, making some millennials lose touch with reality.I will actually try these and see what they are like. Not against Vegan products per se. Just get tired of the "dead animals" and "murder" comments that get thrown around on this site.


talk about losing touch with reality ...lets call meat what it really is, animal flesh from an animal that did not want to die
xenophon06/01/2020 20:26

No, I was referring to the innocence of animals comment. Yes a good book, …No, I was referring to the innocence of animals comment. Yes a good book, rather than all those Disney and Dreamworks movies that have saturated the market over recent years anthropomorphising animals more than ever before, making some millennials lose touch with reality.I will actually try these and see what they are like. Not against Vegan products per se. Just get tired of the "dead animals" and "murder" comments that get thrown around on this site.


oh you are tired of the words, but happy to eat dead corpses? it is what it is. If you want to keep murdering and eating animals that's your choice. If you educate yourself a little bit and see the impacts of your 5 min pleasure, you will not be annoyed. watch dominion on youtube.
karmaki11er07/01/2020 02:32

talk about losing touch with reality ...lets call meat what it really is, …talk about losing touch with reality ...lets call meat what it really is, animal flesh from an animal that did not want to die



Animals eat animals that's reality.
ehadz07/01/2020 08:55

oh you are tired of the words, but happy to eat dead corpses? it is what …oh you are tired of the words, but happy to eat dead corpses? it is what it is. If you want to keep murdering and eating animals that's your choice. If you educate yourself a little bit and see the impacts of your 5 min pleasure, you will not be annoyed. watch dominion on youtube.


You can't "murder" an animal, grow up. As for eating "dead corpses", a corpse has to be dead to be one. Can't eat a live one. Duh.
xenophon07/01/2020 14:17

You can't "murder" an animal, grow up. As for eating "dead corpses", a …You can't "murder" an animal, grow up. As for eating "dead corpses", a corpse has to be dead to be one. Can't eat a live one. Duh.


Can't murder an animal? So you think humans aren't animals? Unless you ascribe to the thinking God make us all appear out of thin air, we are very much part of the animal kingdom.
xenophon07/01/2020 14:17

You can't "murder" an animal, grow up. As for eating "dead corpses", a …You can't "murder" an animal, grow up. As for eating "dead corpses", a corpse has to be dead to be one. Can't eat a live one. Duh.


why though? why eat animals. unnecessarily? Just for pleasure? it is just as bad as hunting, wearing fur make the connection.
Nesima06/01/2020 15:05

Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans …Getting well and truly fed up with all this pandering to vegans nonsense.Plus this is not ice cream as normally defined as there is no cream in it.Tesco website also states - 'Allergy InformationMay Contain: Milk'



lol take a chill pill boomer. its just a product. you can choose not to buy it and you can choose not to click on this page.
ehadz07/01/2020 14:24

why though? why eat animals. unnecessarily? Just for pleasure? it is just …why though? why eat animals. unnecessarily? Just for pleasure? it is just as bad as hunting, wearing fur make the connection.


You cannot beat a proper fur coat though, mink has to be felt and worn to be believed.
What about leather shoes then are they wrong in yogurt knitting world ?
Nesima07/01/2020 15:37

You cannot beat a proper fur coat though, mink has to be felt and worn to …You cannot beat a proper fur coat though, mink has to be felt and worn to be believed.What about leather shoes then are they wrong in yogurt knitting world ?


You are right. Can't beat it because mink have been beaten to death to make that coat.
ehadz07/01/2020 15:48

You are right. Can't beat it because mink have been beaten to death to …You are right. Can't beat it because mink have been beaten to death to make that coat.


You wouldn't beat the mink to death as you would not risk damaging the pelt.
Have you ever met a mink, think larger vicious ferret, not something you would want down your trousers.
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