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Quorn mince 500g £1.10 tesco
Quorn mince 500g £1.10 tesco

Quorn mince 500g £1.10 tesco

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Quorn mince should be half price at £1.50 from today (31.12.14)
Additional 40p off at shopitize until 12.1.15

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Original Poster

Quorn* da*n autocorrect!

why not just eat cardboard instead, same texture as this foul stuff

I like this stuff-_- wheesht it northwales go eat a whale :P more nutritious than cardboard I'm sure.
OK I need to sleep bye.

Lol, was just about to quote "mince"! good deal, thanks for posting

Original Poster

oB765o

Lol, was just about to quote "mince"! good deal, thanks for posting



Haha! :-)

Original Poster

northwales

why not just eat cardboard instead, same texture as this foul stuff



I find it better than a few years ago - whether they've changed the recipe; I have no clue. It's also useful for bulking up your beef mince to make it a little healthier and cheaper :-)

For info always two for three quid farmfoods, no shopitise obviously.

Banned

This gives the most disgusting farts. My body hates it.

northwales

why not just eat cardboard instead, same texture as this foul stuff



You don't eat it frozen.

where art thou qwerta369???

Not showing as on offer on the tesco.com site

northwales

why not just eat cardboard instead, same texture as this foul stuff



That's clearly a reflection on your cooking skills. Or lack of them.

It isn't bad, acts like a sponge for oil etc though so make sure you cook it with something healthy. I find that adding one of those beef stock jelly pot things helps a lot - no idea what they are called, the wife busy them.

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MandyNau

Not showing as on offer on the tesco.com site



It should be on offer - still labelled up as £3 although point of sales up in a few places shows half price :-)

Great for making chilli con carne or cottage pie or spaghetti bolognese

Also, you don't need to ladle the fat off the surface when cooking it like real mince

redduck

It's completely vegetarian (though not vegan) so it should meet your … It's completely vegetarian (though not vegan) so it should meet your halal criteria as only egg white is involved in making it.I hope this helps?



Not only egg whites obviously, but that should be the only thing that may concern you!

kylep92

It should be on offer - still labelled up as £3 although point of sales … It should be on offer - still labelled up as £3 although point of sales up in a few places shows half price :-)



It's not, just checked. Still shows £3 in my basket online so not sure if maybe this is an instore or local store only thing? Where did you see it as half price? Online, instore, an advert?

PS: Why are people arguing over what it tastes like, if you don't like it dont buy it.

Still full price online for me

There is also ammonia used in making it, so not really veggie?

Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to eat it.

spionkop

Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to … Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to eat it.



exactly!!

AnnaMak

There is also ammonia used in making it, so not really veggie?



Industrial Ammonia is created using the Haber process, I can't see how that affects this product's designation as a vegetarian food.

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spionkop

Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to … Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to eat it.



Not like burgers, sausages etc.
You'd love to see how they are made.
Or any processed meat for that matter

Lovely stuff . Thanks

spionkop

Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to … Highly processed gunk, if you saw how this was made you wouldn't want to eat it.



Not like everything then *face palm*

Not sure that effects a) how good the deal is or b) its value as food.

kinemortophobia

That's clearly a reflection on your cooking skills. Or lack of them.



My cooking is just fine. This quorn rubbish isn't even fit for a dog.

Why vegetarians want or need there food to look like meat substitute is beyonf baffling.
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