Quorn Peppered Steaks (2 pack) £1 ASDA Online and Instore
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Quorn Peppered Steaks (2 pack) £1 ASDA Online and Instore

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Found 3rd Apr 2014
Went in to store and noticed these were down to £1! Online too

Great price

This deal has ended m.groceries.asda.com/ now £2.50
- rubberbullets

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Good price thank you!!

Thank you

Lamb style grills also in the offer

Also available- 'Lamb' Grills and Chilled Cottage Pie for £1 last time I was instore (Mon) :-)

don't over cook these they burn easily.

Love these - great for 500 calorie days if anyone's on the 5/2 diet. Only have 120odd calories each. Cook best in the microwave surprisingly as they stay very moist

If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like having Granny Smiths sausages ....!!

Good price but I can;t eat these since they changed the recipe last year. I don't know what they did, but they are nowhere near as good.

Voted hot though as they are still better as burgers then any of the actual Quorn Burgers

verysleepy

If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like … If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like having Granny Smiths sausages ....!!



Because maybe some people become vegetarian for reasons other than not liking the taste of meat?

verysleepy

If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like … If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like having Granny Smiths sausages ....!!


Since when has Quorn been veg?

It's a nice deal but I often wonder how a vegetarian knows how much (or not) these taste like meat. Also too much soya is a bad idea - but everything in moderation (a.k.a. basic common sense - sorely lacking these days).

Elevation

It's a nice deal but I often wonder how a vegetarian knows how much (or … It's a nice deal but I often wonder how a vegetarian knows how much (or not) these taste like meat. Also too much soya is a bad idea - but everything in moderation (a.k.a. basic common sense - sorely lacking these days).


Qourn isn't soya it's mycoprotein.

IronPatriot

Since when has Quorn been veg?


Sorry you must be on about the furry ones from the Highlands of Scotland caught using nets at night...!!!
http://www.patchtogether.com/media/designs/ANIMALS_4912_DEFAULT_4f7af671c2893.jpg

Quorn’s main ingredient is Mycoprotein, a nutritious member of the FUNGI family that is grown by fermentation similar to the process used in the production of bread, yoghurt and beer.
Edited by: "verysleepy" 3rd Apr 2014

verysleepy

Sorry you must be on about the fury ones from the Highlands of Scotland … Sorry you must be on about the fury ones from the Highlands of Scotland caught using nets at night...!!!Quorn’s main ingredient is Mycoprotein, a nutritious member of the FUNGI family that is grown by fermentation similar to the process used in the production of bread, yoghurt and beer.



Thanks for the info but I happen to know that thanks. The question remains though since when is quorn or fungi for that matter, veg?

IronPatriot

Thanks for the info but I happen to know that thanks. The question … Thanks for the info but I happen to know that thanks. The question remains though since when is quorn or fungi for that matter, veg?

well it's neither animal nor mineral so.......

Does it taste like meat then?

Elevation

It's a nice deal but I often wonder how a vegetarian knows how much (or … It's a nice deal but I often wonder how a vegetarian knows how much (or not) these taste like meat. Also too much soya is a bad idea - but everything in moderation (a.k.a. basic common sense - sorely lacking these days).



how many vegetarians do you think have never eaten meat? I would imagine almost all vegetarians ate meat at some point before deciding to become vegetarian.

These taste disgusting after the change in recipe. The sausages are still great though!

chrisbass

how many vegetarians do you think have never eaten meat? I would imagine … how many vegetarians do you think have never eaten meat? I would imagine almost all vegetarians ate meat at some point before deciding to become vegetarian.



Ever met a muslim who's had a bacon rasher?

[img]images.mysupermarket.co.uk/Pro…jpg?v=3[/img]

Elevation

Ever met a muslim who's had a bacon rasher? … Ever met a muslim who's had a bacon rasher? [img]http://images.mysupermarket.co.uk/Products_1000/10/004010.jpg?v=3[/img]



Yes as it Happens & a ham & pineapple pizza too

Also another guy who drinks and gambles

Elevation

Ever met a muslim who's had a bacon rasher? … Ever met a muslim who's had a bacon rasher? [img]http://images.mysupermarket.co.uk/Products_1000/10/004010.jpg?v=3[/img]



no but that has nothing to do with your question

chrisbass

no but that has nothing to do with your question



I was making the point that some people, my example being a huge chunk of them, are never going to have eaten the meat version of the vegetarian alternative.

verysleepy

If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like … If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like having Granny Smiths sausages ....!!



Because some people like taste and texture of meat but don't want to eat it for other reasons?

Elevation

I was making the point that some people, my example being a huge chunk of … I was making the point that some people, my example being a huge chunk of them, are never going to have eaten the meat version of the vegetarian alternative.



i reckon a lot more people who eat quorn have eaten meat before than havent, and also you don't have to be vegetarian to eat quorn, so a lot of people eat both meat and quorn.

Jesus, some people are ignorant on here. These are good if (as other people have said) they're cooked properly. Thanks!

These are fantastic, these and the Lamb ones. Extremely good price too!! Hot!

verysleepy

If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like … If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like having Granny Smiths sausages ....!!



Yawn ..... there's one of these responses on every quorn thread. Makes me very sleepy.

honest_geezer

Lamb style grills also in the offer



lamb ones are disgusting

verysleepy

If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like … If you don't want to eat meat why dress your veg like it, a bit like having Granny Smiths sausages ....!!



i can't digest meat

Lefty

Yawn ..... there's one of these responses on every quorn thread. Makes me … Yawn ..... there's one of these responses on every quorn thread. Makes me very sleepy.


Are you sure that's not down to a lack of animal protein?

chrisbass

how many vegetarians do you think have never eaten meat? I would imagine … how many vegetarians do you think have never eaten meat? I would imagine almost all vegetarians ate meat at some point before deciding to become vegetarian.



Not true, I've never eaten it not have most of the veggies I know
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