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Quorn Sausages (6 per pack - 250g) ONLY £1.00 @ Asda
Quorn Sausages (6 per pack - 250g) ONLY £1.00 @ Asda

Quorn Sausages (6 per pack - 250g) ONLY £1.00 @ Asda

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I read this fast and thought "rubberbullets" was a description of the quality of these sausages then...

Who eats this sh..?

Never tried Quorn before.

Do these actually taste porky?

Bit wary of buying any food recommendations on here following that awful tasting Meridian Peanut Butter deal recently.
Edited by: "Picard123" 26th Jul 2014

dereklogan7

Who eats this sh..?



Mo Farrah apparently....who ironically has had to quit commonwealth games with the runs...


Also what a co-incidence that the OP should have the login name of "Rubber Bullets" ...that's exactly what I imagine these Quorn sausages taste like



Edited by: "Uridium" 26th Jul 2014

heat added on behalf of my veggie other half

Why do they look like meat?

Surprise surprise, here comes the anti-vegetarian brigade!

I prefer the Linda McCartney version to these, but still in general, since switching to vegetarianism (and trying for veganism), I've found veggie versions of sausages and burger to be far tastier, cheaper, and healthier than any meat sausage I ever used to eat.

The good moral feeling you get is a big bonus, too.
Edited by: "herrbz" 26th Jul 2014

herrbz

Surprise surprise, here comes the anti-vegetarian brigade!I prefer the … Surprise surprise, here comes the anti-vegetarian brigade!I prefer the Linda McCartney version to these, and in general, since switching to vegetarianism (and trying for veganism), I've found these to be far tastier and healthier than any sausage I ever used to eat.



I second you, Linda McCartney's are much better taste wise. Quorn ones are rather too blend.

Quorn sausages aren't as nice as premium meat ones, but they're far nicer than the cheap ones that a lot of people eat.
Same applies for pies and when it comes to breaded chicken the fake Quorn varieties are almost always better than the real thing, so don't judge until you've tried (or unless you eat nothing but gourmet food and would be just as critical of most meat products).

Picard123

Never tried Quorn before.Do these actually taste porky?Bit wary of buying … Never tried Quorn before.Do these actually taste porky?Bit wary of buying any food recommendations on here following that awful tasting Meridian Peanut Butter deal recently.



I've eaten Quorn as I'm vegetarian. It's just ok but it's still a processed food. Some meat eaters consume it to reduce their red meat intake which is never a bad thing. I could think of plenty of other ways to get non animal protein that tasted better though.

Meridian peanut butter is nasty, Whole Earth in my opinion smashes it, tastes so much better, but it does contain sea salt, but salt is salt at the end of the day, sea salt is a way of pretending the salt is healthier because it has a few minerals in it, still salt though and too much isn't good for you over a long period of time.

antenna

Why do they look like meat?



In an attempt to snare corpse eaters.

I follow a 100% vegan diet, unless I swallow a fly, but as a previous vegetarian I ate these & I found them better cooked & then sliced, with tomatoes, on a sandwich. They were fine, but as previously noted, if you must have veggy sausages there are better versions on the market, even Tesco's own were superior back in the day. These have more of a spongy texture.

I've tried these and personally, I thought they were inedible. Possibly the worst thing I've ever tasted.

antenna

Why do they look like meat?



Why doesn't meat look like grass.

I prefer to eat things that eat vegetables.
If god didn`t want us to eat animals,he wouldn`t have made them out of meat!
Edited by: "agnostic" 26th Jul 2014

herrbz

Surprise surprise, here comes the anti-vegetarian brigade!I prefer the … Surprise surprise, here comes the anti-vegetarian brigade!I prefer the Linda McCartney version to these, but still in general, since switching to vegetarianism (and trying for veganism), I've found veggie versions of sausages and burger to be far tastier, cheaper, and healthier than any meat sausage I ever used to eat.The good moral feeling you get is a big bonus, too.



I personally prefer to Quorn to Linda McCartney version so heat from me:)

It goes far beyond preventing cruelty to animals too. Some of the hygeine standards in the meat industry are shocking, I think at least half of all chicken are contaminated with feaces for example, very difficult to stop that from hapening as poultry **** themselves when under stress.

Remember; of course; Quorn and LM foods are two totally different products. LM products are normally "Soya" based as opposed to Quorn - which is a Fungal derivative. Quorn themselves never tend to admit it's a fungus - they like to say it's from the same family as the mushroom! Hehe.

I think the smell from these sausages whilst cooking is amazing. I've had people comment before how wonderful and 'sausage-like' they smell if I've got some in the oven when they visit. As for taste and texture - I can only offer my personal opinion. They 'split' open just like the real thing so look just like a nice Lincolnshire banger. Texture is not bad either (more spongy rather than juicy) and in a bun with some seasoning or mixed into a pasta dish with your fave sauce, they are great. Nice "Toad In The Hole" too!

I managed to get some of the 8 x Frozen one's from Morrisons recently. They were only a pound too. Not tried the "fresh" version but I can't really see where there would be much of a difference to be honest. They are both made of the same 'stuff' so-to-speak.

I can also recommend the Peppered Steaks and Lamb Cutlets. Very filling.

Is it halal?

BBC News: "Mo Farah pulls out of Commonwealth Games due to illness"

Well, Mo, if you ate normal food instead of Quorn, then maybe your immune system wouldn't be in the mess it's in!

Picard123

Never tried Quorn before.Do these actually taste porky?Bit wary of buying … Never tried Quorn before.Do these actually taste porky?Bit wary of buying any food recommendations on here following that awful tasting Meridian Peanut Butter deal recently.



Consider ASDA's Meat Free Lincolnshire Sausages - Best so far in my opinion. Quorn are bland & Linda McCartney's are horrid. ViC

Consider ASDA's "Meat Free" Lincolnshire Sausages - Best so far in my opinion. Quorn are bland & Linda McCartney's are horrid. ViC

AppStar

BBC News: "Mo Farah pulls out of Commonwealth Games due to illness"Well, … BBC News: "Mo Farah pulls out of Commonwealth Games due to illness"Well, Mo, if you ate normal food instead of Quorn, then maybe your immune system wouldn't be in the mess it's in!



What exactly is "normal food", though?

Uridium

Mo Farrah apparently....who ironically has had to quit commonwealth games … Mo Farrah apparently....who ironically has had to quit commonwealth games with the runs...Also what a co-incidence that the OP should have the login name of "Rubber Bullets" ...that's exactly what I imagine these Quorn sausages taste like


So you have admitted that you have no idea what you are taking about as you are only able to "imagine" what Quorn sausages taste like.
Who would be stupid enough to value your opinion?

qwerta369

Is it halal?



It's vegeterian and doesn't contain alcohol, so I suppose it is.

I quite like them but I can't help feel they're expensive even at £1 for 6.

It's ridiculous really as plant based products should be cheaper as they require less resources to create, unlike meat products which are very resource intensive and wasteful.

vegetable based product that looks like meat oxymoron, animals taste nice, you save the earth..

jdbigguy

So you have admitted that you have no idea what you are taking about as … So you have admitted that you have no idea what you are taking about as you are only able to "imagine" what Quorn sausages taste like.Who would be stupid enough to value your opinion?



Yup i can only 'Imagine' as i'll never eat this crap...

I eat plenty of vegetarian dishes, but i stick to real food that's grown by myself or my family...not 'pretend' meat...

Jeez...lighten up....



Edited by: "Uridium" 26th Jul 2014

Weirdo's eat this.

nokmond

Weirdo's eat this.



Weirdo's what eat this?

Banned

Picard123

Never tried Quorn before.Do these actually taste porky?Bit wary of buying … Never tried Quorn before.Do these actually taste porky?Bit wary of buying any food recommendations on here following that awful tasting Meridian Peanut Butter deal recently.



Erm yeah. If porky tastes like congealed and reformed cats poo put through a strainer and marinated in dead guinea pigs then blended into a fine paste, wrapped in used condoms and packed away into "Quorn" boxes.

agnostic

I prefer to eat things that eat vegetables.If god didn`t want us to eat … I prefer to eat things that eat vegetables.If god didn`t want us to eat animals,he wouldn`t have made them out of meat!



hmmm you're made of meat shall I eat you?!

Uridium

Yup i can only 'Imagine' as i'll never eat this crap...I eat plenty of … Yup i can only 'Imagine' as i'll never eat this crap...I eat plenty of vegetarian dishes, but i stick to real food that's grown by myself or my family...not 'pretend' meat...Jeez...lighten up....


"lighten up" from a poster who says `something is "crap". You should have said that to yourself before posting your uninformed opinion.

lolyehright

Erm yeah. If porky tastes like congealed and reformed cats poo put … Erm yeah. If porky tastes like congealed and reformed cats poo put through a strainer and marinated in dead guinea pigs then blended into a fine paste, wrapped in used condoms and packed away into "Quorn" boxes.



How can you complain about Quorn when you say you have tried cats poo, guinea pigs and condoms. Hope you use industrial strength mouthwash.
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