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Quorn Sausages Half Price now £1.06 @ Tesco
Quorn Sausages Half Price now £1.06 @ Tesco

Quorn Sausages Half Price now £1.06 @ Tesco

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Good Price and taste nice enough

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Good find

Just got me thinking - how depressing would a vegan barbecue be?

I'm a big fan of the real thing but these are actually ok. So are quorn burgers and quorn meatballs. Wouldn't eat them all the time though. Heat added.

If you u go to bbqs for the food that's depressing.

These look to be a 250g pack for £1.06 (and may well be short life judging by the results of a search for Quorn).

Why not buy the 336g pack that costs £1? That's £2.98per kilo vs your £4.24 per kilo. More for less.

good price but i really dont like quorn sausages.... like other veggie stuff but not the sausages..... but a good price so HOT!!!!

these frozen or chilled?

tommay

these frozen or chilled?



Your question isn't clear. A simple search on the Tesco site for Quorn would reveal that the pack that is the subject of this thread is chilled but the pack I mentioned is frozen.

The chilled product is freezable (per packaging) and, of course, the frozen product can be thawed so the only real difference is that one should have suitable means of keeping the frozen product in that state during transport back home unless intending to immediately defrost it anyway.



tomwatts

Just got me thinking - how depressing would a vegan barbecue be?



about as funny as watching you with salmonella and e-coli after a meat bbq.

JonBoy

Your question isn't clear. A simple search on the Tesco site for Quorn … Your question isn't clear. A simple search on the Tesco site for Quorn would reveal that the pack that is the subject of this thread is chilled but the pack I mentioned is frozen.The chilled product is freezable (per packaging) and, of course, the frozen product can be thawed so the only real difference is that one should have suitable means of keeping the frozen product in that state during transport back home unless intending to immediately defrost it anyway.



my question was fine.

Flombard

I sometimes forget to put a freezer in my car and make do with a plastic … I sometimes forget to put a freezer in my car and make do with a plastic bag



A simple plastic bag may be fine for your circumstances but you should widen your horizons and recognise that those who live some considerable distance from a Tesco store (until recent weeks that was a 55min drive in my case) wouldn't take such a cavalier attitude to the risk of defrosting beginning during the lengthy journey back home so would use a chill box, insulated bag or the like. More important for certain foodstuffs than for others but I'm sure you can now understand why it was mentioned as being a factor in the circumstances.

tommay

these frozen or chilled?

JonBoy

Your question isn't clear. ...

tommay

my question was fine.



Wrong. You failed to provide any context and the subject of your question was ambiguous as two packs had been mentioned. Which did you mean by the word "these"?

Rather than guess, I answered both implied questions to save you performing a simple search on the Tesco website as I had done and it's good to know my efforts are appreciated.

tommay

these frozen or chilled?

JonBoy

Your question isn't clear. ...

tommay

my question was fine.



as i posted the question in the thread about the £1.06 pack, i think its safe to assume the question was about it.
if i was referring to a different pack then i would've quoted the post mentioning it.

maybe you should be politer to people if you want gratitude.
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