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Quorn Chunks - £1 @ Morrisons
Quorn Chunks - £1 @ Morrisons

Quorn Chunks - £1 @ Morrisons

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Frozen Quorn Chunks - 300g - £1 - offer runs til early Feb. Excellent value as these normally cosr around £2

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good deal, vote hot. got 5 packs yesterday

these are brilliant a Sweet and Sour chicken(Quorn)

Good product for us non-meat eaters. Good price. Heat added.

Picked up 6 packs of these yesterday, great deal
always popular with the veggies, had a lovely curry
last night.........

Do they have the beef ones as well does anyone know? I only ask as the site is awful and my local is 17 miles away

mufcmufc;4148969

Do they have the beef ones as well does anyone know? I only ask as the … Do they have the beef ones as well does anyone know? I only ask as the site is awful and my local is 17 miles away


I only saw the chicken ones sorry........

simon012;4149004

I only saw the chicken ones sorry........


No problem, thank you for the reply

Could one of the non meat eaters explain something to me and I'm being totally serious, but why if you are against eating meat do you produce food that's designed to look exactly like meat?

Not a fan of these, but hot price

my Favy are Quorn Cheese and onion escalopes....only cost a £1 at Farmfoods yum yum

kingy58;4153242

Could one of the non meat eaters explain something to me and I'm being … Could one of the non meat eaters explain something to me and I'm being totally serious, but why if you are against eating meat do you produce food that's designed to look exactly like meat?



I can't tell whether that is sarcastic or you are an idiot. Can you think of a reason why someone would stop eating meat, other than the look and the taste of it?

kingy58;4153242

Could one of the non meat eaters explain something to me and I'm being … Could one of the non meat eaters explain something to me and I'm being totally serious, but why if you are against eating meat do you produce food that's designed to look exactly like meat?



We don't, the marketing team who decide how these things should look do. And Since when does a burger/sausage/escalope actually look like the animal it's made from? It doesn't, the shape of these things has no relation to the animal they're made from, and yet make quorn in the same shape, and meat eaters always have to ask why veggies 'want/make their food to look like meat'.

They're generic shapes used in food presentation, that's all. Although I am starting to wish they'd make them a different shape, just because I'm sick of being asked that question.

I want to know why I can't get a steak that looks like a carrot.

Cheesy peas!

[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="Blue"]I'm not a vegetarian, however my girlfriend insists on free range chicken. Since that comes in at about £10 a kg i'm happy to comprimise and have the quorn alternative at a third the price and with no chickens being harmed! [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]

Quorn is ..... people!

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bought these today - offer runs to 10th Feb
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