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Quorn Meat Free Chicken Pieces / Mince (500g) - £1.39 at Iceland
Quorn Meat Free Chicken Pieces / Mince (500g) - £1.39 at Iceland

Quorn Meat Free Chicken Pieces / Mince (500g) - £1.39 at Iceland

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Best price I have found both of these at. The 300g bags are £1.90 in Asda. I made sure to stock the freezer up.

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Meat free and chicken pieces? how is that possible?

good find op, heat added

tarryboy

Meat free and chicken pieces? how is that possible?



​For the people who have this with organic GMO & gluten free dinners anything is possible!

Quorn...was not a great fan eaten on it's own...but mix and match.. makes for a more healthier lower calorie diet
Unless someone knows about health issues with mycoprotien

no 'I'll get my coat' yet?

tarryboy

Meat free and chicken pieces? how is that possible?



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tarryboy

Meat free and chicken pieces? how is that possible?



Yup ridiculous marketing, they know some meat eaters like Quorn and I guess they wouldn't mind getting more onboard. We've all be done over with the 'unlimited data' marketing on broadband etc so this is no different.

Marketing people love two things:

1. Oxymorons
2. Morons

That's how they make money.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 2nd Oct 2016

cburns

Quorn...was not a great fan eaten on it's own...but mix and match.. makes … Quorn...was not a great fan eaten on it's own...but mix and match.. makes for a more healthier lower calorie diet ;)Unless someone knows about health issues with mycoprotien


Some in America complained of stomach discomfort, but nothing otherwise.
You're right, it's quite bland but that means it's perfect to use in sauces or to cook with in general. Salted, its nice, I like to roast cumin seeds and crush them up, ad a touch of sugar and lots of black pepper and then cook the lot in some vegetable oil. When done (a few mins), add a touch of BBQ marinade or sauce and grated cheese and chopped red chili, put it in a wrap and bake for 7-8 mins at 200c and eat hot.

Did no one tell firstofficer there's a new Quorn deal which he needs to post "Tastes like cardboard. Cold. I'll get my coat..." ?

great price! I've just stocked up from Tesco at £1.50 - thought that was a good deal!

cburns

Quorn...was not a great fan eaten on it's own...but mix and match.. makes … Quorn...was not a great fan eaten on it's own...but mix and match.. makes for a more healthier lower calorie diet ;)Unless someone knows about health issues with mycoprotien


No health issues. The only "issue" is some FUD spread by CSPI, who are paid by Quorns biggest competitor (Garden Burger).

Great deal! Brilliant way to improve your environmental footprint and cut down on fat.

Very good deal.Hot!Lovely with pasta or stir fry.

Vegan - Unchicken

An alternative right there for those of us who also steer clear of eggs ^

Surprised to not find any "tastes like cardboard" comments yet.

jamble

Great deal! Brilliant way to improve your environmental footprint and cut … Great deal! Brilliant way to improve your environmental footprint and cut down on fat.



actually these are 2.5% fat, chicken breasts are 2%

chrisbass

actually these are 2.5% fat, chicken breasts are 2%



I'd challenge you both if I felt so inclined, there is an element of truth to this cutting down ones "foot print" - but, Quorn are still using products like eggs, which are a major part of the meat industry - so it isn't that much of a step away as one would like to think.

Regarding fat though, fat isn't an evil within itself, what a person should be concerned about is the link between meat eating and a whole range of common diseases, which we know far more about now, than we did even a few short years ago. If you want to be healthy you really should think about cutting right back on meat products or better still, eliminating them altogether.

Whole food, plant based, non-processed eating, is the way to go. It is affordable, cheaper than the average diet, and will resolve many common ailments. Fact.

Chicken breast is 4% fat but you're likely to cook that in some oil whereas these are dropped into a sauce to cook so these would be leaner if that's what you're bothered about.

There is a vegan version of these too incidentally.

I have never bothered tasting cardboard so won't offer any opinion on that.

Justme1969

I'd challenge you both if I felt so inclined, there is an element of … I'd challenge you both if I felt so inclined, there is an element of truth to this cutting down ones "foot print" - but, Quorn are still using products like eggs, which are a major part of the meat industry - so it isn't that much of a step away as one would like to think.Regarding fat though, fat isn't an evil within itself, what a person should be concerned about is the link between meat eating and a whole range of common diseases, which we know far more about now, than we did even a few short years ago. If you want to be healthy you really should think about cutting right back on meat products or better still, eliminating them altogether.Whole food, plant based, non-processed eating, is the way to go. It is affordable, cheaper than the average diet, and will resolve many common ailments. Fact.



Totally agree, spot on response!

For those that are fans of this - Iceland offers often change Tuesday to Wednesday so stock up in the next 2 days.

£1.00 @ Morrisons
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