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Quorn Southern Fried Burgers are meat free (Pack of 4 252g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Waitrose
Quorn Southern Fried Burgers are meat free (Pack of 4 252g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Waitrose

Quorn Southern Fried Burgers are meat free (Pack of 4 252g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Waitrose

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Quorn Southern Fried Burgers are meat free (Pack of 4 252g) was £2.00 now £1.00

Quorn Chicken Style meat free fillets (Gluten Free) (312g) was £2.00 now £1.00

21 Comments

Banned

Everything of qourn is meat free. That's their business.
Edited by: "MrScotchBonnet" 3rd Sep 2016

I think pretty much every single item in the Waitrose half price event has now been posted as a deal.

Tastes so bad. I like the real thing with real taste.

sam_of_london

Tastes so bad. I like the real thing with real taste.


What else do you like? We simply must know..

Great on a toasted muffin with a slice of cheese and ketchup of your choice.

Heat OP.

sam_of_london

Tastes so bad. I like the real thing with real taste.



meat linked to cancer.... again :-)

You need to evolve my friend - cutting down on meat products or cutting them out entirely is the future.

I never tried these but the small white pieces are OK in curries if you fry them hard until golden and crispy on the outside. The even smaller brown pieces are OK in some things. What I don't like is the way they try and sell them as meat-free meat. Why can't they just sell it as quorn? Not meat-free chicken nuggets etc... Why not quorn nuggets? or shredded quorn instead of meat free minced beef?

Banned

Justme1969

meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting … meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting down on meat products or cutting them out entirely is the future.



http://www.reactiongifs.com/r/confused_lion_king.gif

Justme1969

meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting … meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting down on meat products or cutting them out entirely is the future.




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Why make them look like sausages and bacon if they are for veggies?

snapdragon

I never tried these but the small white pieces are OK in curries if you … I never tried these but the small white pieces are OK in curries if you fry them hard until golden and crispy on the outside. The even smaller brown pieces are OK in some things. What I don't like is the way they try and sell them as meat-free meat. Why can't they just sell it as quorn? Not meat-free chicken nuggets etc... Why not quorn nuggets? or shredded quorn instead of meat free minced beef?


There's no trying about it. Its what they do and they do it well which is Quorn was recently bought for over £500m.

Gort1951

Why make them look like sausages and bacon if they are for veggies?


They do it to annoy people with low IQ

Justme1969

meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting … meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting down on meat products or cutting them out entirely is the future.



An insect protein based diet is the future, and that's still meat

Justme1969

meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting … meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting down on meat products or cutting them out entirely is the future.



An insect protein based diet is the future, and that's still meat

Nuggets are the best

Justme1969

meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting … meat linked to cancer.... again :-)You need to evolve my friend - cutting down on meat products or cutting them out entirely is the future.


*Meat-eaters triggered*

Well actually lab grown meat is the future. It will be grown in vats similar to Quorn which removes the argument for animal cruelty and environmental issues but there is still the problems meat has linked with certain cancers.

I have no issues with "lab meat" - aside from, it is completely unnecessary and caters to cultural conditioning that can be broken. But why not, as long as it is cheap enough to mass produce, this is better than breeding animals into captivity and torturing them. Humans mostly suck

dreamager

An insect protein based diet is the future, and that's still meat



Highly unlikely.

If a person insists that animal products are necessary, there is this option:

bi-valves
Edited by: "Justme1969" 4th Sep 2016

They use soya in Vesta Packs and Pot Noodles.
(Used to like Vesta Madras and Pots of the World)

Is this similar to soya ?

Gort1951

They use soya in Vesta Packs and Pot Noodles.(Used to like Vesta Madras … They use soya in Vesta Packs and Pot Noodles.(Used to like Vesta Madras and Pots of the World)Is this similar to soya ?



Not really. No.
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