Quorn Meat Free Peppered Steaks (2 per pack - 196g) was £2.50 now £1.00 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda
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Quorn Meat Free Peppered Steaks (2 per pack - 196g) was £2.50 now £1.00 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda

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Found 3rd Sep 2016Made hot 6th Sep 2016
Quorn Meat Free Peppered Steaks (2 per pack - 196g) was £2.50 now £1.00 (Rollback Deal)

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Same price at Morrisons too, if it helps.

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townterrier

Same price at Morrisons too, if it helps.


Until tomorrow when the deal ends

Taste like hell. Buy the real thing with real taste.

sam_of_london

Taste like hell. Buy the real thing with real taste.


You seem to spend your days going on to Quorn deals and saying you don't like the taste.
Might I suggest you save your time by not clicking on a deal you have no interest in?

NitrousUK

You seem to spend your days going on to Quorn deals and saying you don't … You seem to spend your days going on to Quorn deals and saying you don't like the taste.Might I suggest you save your time by not clicking on a deal you have no interest in?



I would tend to agree with him to a degree. Although that said, I've never tried hell so cannot comment, but certain quorn products definitely taste of cardboard..

I'll get my coat..

firstofficer

I would tend to agree with him to a degree. Although that said, I've … I would tend to agree with him to a degree. Although that said, I've never tried hell so cannot comment, but certain quorn products definitely taste of cardboard.. I'll get my coat..


Your repeated (what is this, 3rd time in the last week?) attempts at trolling are still not working..
Perhaps try something different from "Tastes like cardboard. I'll get my coat.." on every Quorn deal? Just a suggestion.

Steak shaped vegetarian food - when will it all end!

I like them...

moob

Steak shaped vegetarian food - when will it all end!


Plenty more shapes out there..

I like the Aberdeen Angus apples..!!!!!

NitrousUK

Plenty more shapes out there..


Should make it leaf/tree shaped.

To be fair i'm not a fan of Quorn but these are pretty tasty... Well worth a quid to try...

moob

Should make it leaf/tree shaped.


Steaks should be cow shaped?

moob

Steak shaped vegetarian food - when will it all end!


The Swiss have an option that can bring that day forward for you.

sam_of_london

Taste like hell. Buy the real thing with real taste.


I can tell you are a man of taste with your posts for Primark suits and Police aftershave from Poundworld. People of the world take note of sam_of_london!

edgeone

I can tell you are a man of taste with your posts for Primark suits and … I can tell you are a man of taste with your posts for Primark suits and Police aftershave from Poundworld. People of the world take note of sam_of_london!


Were you surprised?

People choose vegetarian/vegan options because they care about animals, just like you care about your cats and dogs, to these people the taste is secondary and going to sleep with no blood on our hands is number 1.

Great price and much cheaper than buying steak .. but just not as good!

not a bad veggie option, and a decent price to boot. heat added!

Quorn, huh, good God y'all. What is it good for?
Edited by: "sabu57" 6th Sep 2016

Hot for me:) thanks

Sort from the mild taste of cardboard I like these..

WARM from me.

I'll get my coat..

These are really nice. Hot. A fraction of the calories of meat.

Can you please just make a separate supermarket thread like the sim / alcohol deals one etc. That way rubberbullets can just keep adding the new supermarket deals each week, and we can check the thread to see the new deals. As its posted by a helper I'm sure you'll be able to keep the thread at the top of the page.

edgeone

The Swiss have an option that can bring that day forward for you.


Wow. Heavy aggression from a veggie

PG9999

These are really nice. Hot. A fraction of the calories of meat.


And 200% more processed

When quorn eating vegetarians take the moral high ground, saying that they take pleasure in the taste meat without harming animals, I wonder what we would think of Garry Glitter or Jimmy Saville if they had merely indulged their fantasies online without harming any real children. I think we would still judge them on their desires not their actions would we not. True vegetarians would gag at the thought of simulated meat.

firstofficer

Sort from the mild taste of cardboard I like these.. WARM from me.I'll … Sort from the mild taste of cardboard I like these.. WARM from me.I'll get my coat..


Is there any Quorn deal you haven't said the words "Tastes like cardboard. I'll get my coat..". I think the thing that annoys me the most is the fact you think "I'll get my coat.." is so funny it deserves being repeated every hour..
It's not funny. It's never been funny.

moob

And 200% more processed


You're 200% more ignorant of what nutrition is

boostii

When quorn eating vegetarians take the moral high ground, saying that … When quorn eating vegetarians take the moral high ground, saying that they take pleasure in the taste meat without harming animals, I wonder what we would think of Garry Glitter or Jimmy Saville if they had merely indulged their fantasies online without harming any real children. I think we would still judge them on their desires not their actions would we not. True vegetarians would gag at the thought of simulated meat.


Why does this need being said on every Quorn deal that comes up. It's "simulated meat" so it makes it easy to transition from a meat diet and reuse existing recipes. Not rocket science.

NitrousUK

Why does this need being said on every Quorn deal that comes up. It's … Why does this need being said on every Quorn deal that comes up. It's "simulated meat" so it makes it easy to transition from a meat diet and reuse existing recipes. Not rocket science.



​so it's like e-cigarettes then, to help you transition, still better to just give up.

boostii

When quorn eating vegetarians take the moral high ground, saying that … When quorn eating vegetarians take the moral high ground, saying that they take pleasure in the taste meat without harming animals, I wonder what we would think of Garry Glitter or Jimmy Saville if they had merely indulged their fantasies online without harming any real children. I think we would still judge them on their desires not their actions would we not. True vegetarians would gag at the thought of simulated meat.


You're either a vegetarian or your not - the definition is quite simple. You can label Quorn any how you like but at the end of the day it is just an ingredient. It does amaze me the lengths people will go to in an attempt to put their negative opinion across on Quorn.

boostii

​so it's like e-cigarettes then, to help you transition, still better to j … ​so it's like e-cigarettes then, to help you transition, still better to just give up.


Yeah, that's a good analogy. And yeah it would be best to transition on to things totally unlike meat, but I think the trouble is people are raised on meat so become so accustomed to its texture and taste.
Personally I don't eat vegetarian products that remind me too much of meat.

NitrousUK

You're 200% more ignorant of what nutrition is


Do explain yourself then how this laboratory created product is less processed than meat from a cow?

Meat free steaks?!?!
The dirty [email protected]@rds!!!
Edited by: "jimmy2007" 7th Sep 2016

moob

Do explain yourself then how this laboratory created product is less … Do explain yourself then how this laboratory created product is less processed than meat from a cow?


Laboratory created? It grows naturally in the wild.. where it was discovered, and is now extracted.
"Processed" is a made-up word used by people who don't have a clue about nutrition.
If you can name one specific "process" that Quorn undergoes which reduces its nutrition, then by all means share it.
But the original statement holds, it's a fraction the calories, as well as better fat profile, a complete amino acid protein profile, and doesn't have the associations with cancer and heart disease that red meat does.

NitrousUK

Laboratory created? It grows naturally in the wild.. where it was … Laboratory created? It grows naturally in the wild.. where it was discovered, and is now extracted."Processed" is a made-up word used by people who don't have a clue about nutrition.If you can name one specific "process" that Quorn undergoes which reduces its nutrition, then by all means share it.But the original statement holds, it's a fraction the calories, as well as better fat profile, a complete amino acid protein profile, and doesn't have the associations with cancer and heart disease that red meat does.



And annoys the indignant, 'Thou shall not eat meat shaped veggie protein!' brigade to boot! Added bonus

NitrousUK

Laboratory created? It grows naturally in the wild.. where it was … Laboratory created? It grows naturally in the wild.. where it was discovered, and is now extracted."Processed" is a made-up word used by people who don't have a clue about nutrition.If you can name one specific "process" that Quorn undergoes which reduces its nutrition, then by all means share it.But the original statement holds, it's a fraction the calories, as well as better fat profile, a complete amino acid protein profile, and doesn't have the associations with cancer and heart disease that red meat does.


Seriously? Do you really think this isn't a processed food?

mycoprotein.org/ind…tml

It's cultured in a giant container using a variety of different chemicals. It's then heated, dewatered and centrifuged.

Meat, isn't.

Lefty

And annoys the indignant, 'Thou shall not eat meat shaped veggie … And annoys the indignant, 'Thou shall not eat meat shaped veggie protein!' brigade to boot! Added bonus


It's not annoying, it's just really, really odd those who choose not to eat meat seem to seek that it has the appearance, texture and flavour of meat.

moob

It's not annoying, it's just really, really odd those who choose not to … It's not annoying, it's just really, really odd those who choose not to eat meat seem to seek that it has the appearance, texture and flavour of meat.



Do they? I don't - but i don't eat meat or much quorn. But i do find it really, reaaly odd that meat eaters feel the need to repeat the same inane comments every time one of these deals gets posted.

Stop obsessing and go and get some sausage!
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