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Quorn Vegan Smoky Ham Free Slice - 100g - £1 online / in-store @ Tesco
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Quorn Vegan Smoky Ham Free Slice - 100g - £1 online / in-store @ Tesco

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Posted 22nd Aug

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Tesco - £1*
Asda - £2
Sainsbury's - £2
Waitrose - £2
Ocado - £2

  • Meat free smoked ham flavour deli slices, made with mycoprotein
  • This product is packed in a protective atmosphere.
  • Proudly meat free
  • Satisfying simple
  • Gluten free
  • Totally vegan
  • Vegetarian Society Approved
  • Pack size: 100g

*Until 10th Sept instore or delivered
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echobase22/08/2019 17:15

What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the v …What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables. Not your mum not your milk.



Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural product? I only ask as you call this 'fake' which implied to me that the alternative must be 'real'. If so, I wonder how you think sandwich meat is really made? I would have a look for yourself, if you are under that impression. See an extract from the guardian below:

Cheap ham slices are generally made from meat that has been mechanically recovered. “All of the little bits that are left over on the bone will be blasted off with high-pressure water,” Ruxton says. They are then moulded back together again, cured, cooked and sliced, then packaged for human consumption.

Back on track with the deal, which always attracts comments such as this. If it is your thing, enjoy at this price. Hot.
Edited by: "thearbiter65" 22nd Aug
echobase22/08/2019 17:15

What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the v …What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables. Not your mum not your milk.


The point is preventing animal suffering and lessening your environmental impact through your food choices...

The impact is the same whether you eat meat substitutes or vegetables. It's also easier to get high protein by using meat substitutes
Edited by: "Jac_" 22nd Aug
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Great thank you! Vegan Quorn is my guilty pleasure food.
Jac_22/08/2019 14:26

Great thank you! Vegan Quorn is my guilty pleasure food.


No need to feel quilty about it haha
Thanks OP. Did you see if any of the other slices are on sale?
Magnitude22/08/2019 14:34

Thanks OP. Did you see if any of the other slices are on sale?


I was hoping there would be... but just this unfortunately
It's not ham it's your fake imitation meat lol
xcloose22/08/2019 14:28

No need to feel quilty about it haha


Depends how much of it you eat in one sitting
I like most quorn products, including the gammon, but couldn't get on with the ham. Hot anyway as its a good price if you like it!
Edited by: "Uns" 22nd Aug
Jac_22/08/2019 14:26

Great thank you! Vegan Quorn is my guilty pleasure food.


Have you tried Quorn on the cob?
What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables.

Not your mum not your milk.
echobase22/08/2019 17:15

What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the v …What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables. Not your mum not your milk.



Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural product? I only ask as you call this 'fake' which implied to me that the alternative must be 'real'. If so, I wonder how you think sandwich meat is really made? I would have a look for yourself, if you are under that impression. See an extract from the guardian below:

Cheap ham slices are generally made from meat that has been mechanically recovered. “All of the little bits that are left over on the bone will be blasted off with high-pressure water,” Ruxton says. They are then moulded back together again, cured, cooked and sliced, then packaged for human consumption.

Back on track with the deal, which always attracts comments such as this. If it is your thing, enjoy at this price. Hot.
Edited by: "thearbiter65" 22nd Aug
thearbiter6522/08/2019 17:49

Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural …Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural product? I only ask as you call this 'fake' which implied to me that the alternative must be 'real'. If so, I wonder how you think sandwich meat is really made? I would have a look for yourself, if you are under that impression. See an extract from the guardian below:Cheap ham slices are generally made from meat that has been mechanically recovered. “All of the little bits that are left over on the bone will be blasted off with high-pressure water,” Ruxton says. They are then moulded back together again, cured, cooked and sliced, then packaged for human consumption.Back on track with the deal, which always attracts comments such as this. If it is your thing, enjoy at this price. Hot.


Mechanically separated meat has to be labelled, so is now easy to avoid.
thearbiter6522/08/2019 17:49

Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural …Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural product? I only ask as you call this 'fake' which implied to me that the alternative must be 'real'. If so, I wonder how you think sandwich meat is really made? I would have a look for yourself, if you are under that impression. See an extract from the guardian below:Cheap ham slices are generally made from meat that has been mechanically recovered. “All of the little bits that are left over on the bone will be blasted off with high-pressure water,” Ruxton says. They are then moulded back together again, cured, cooked and sliced, then packaged for human consumption.Back on track with the deal, which always attracts comments such as this. If it is your thing, enjoy at this price. Hot.


Mechanically recovered meat is my favourite. Delicious. Especially ham. More of the pig put to good use.
Sammboi10122/08/2019 15:30

It's not ham it's your fake imitation meat lol


Cool story bro

echobase22/08/2019 17:15

What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the v …What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables. Not your mum not your milk.



Maybe they miss the taste of it. You stick to your own recommendations
echobase22/08/2019 18:50

Mechanically recovered meat is my favourite. Delicious. Especially ham. …Mechanically recovered meat is my favourite. Delicious. Especially ham. More of the pig put to good use.



Im not saying I disagree with your point of view. I am questioning you assertion that this ham is fake, yet the ham you say is ‘delicious’ is somehow ‘real’. In your mind does it have to have meat to be real? If so what percentage of meat constitutes real? I imagine value range of products have a lower quantity of meat in, so are these fake also?
Edited by: "thearbiter65" 22nd Aug
nihcaj22/08/2019 18:32

Mechanically separated meat has to be labelled, so is now easy to avoid.



I didn’t realise that.
thearbiter6522/08/2019 19:18

Im not saying I disagree with your point of view. I am questioning you …Im not saying I disagree with your point of view. I am questioning you assertion that this ham is fake, yet the ham you say is ‘delicious’ is somehow ‘real’. In your mind does it have to have meat to be real? If so what percentage of meat constitutes real? I imagine value range of products have a lower quantity of meat in, so are these fake also


It’s fake as it contains no meat. Ham is meat.
echobase22/08/2019 19:23

It’s fake as it contains no meat. Ham is meat.



Ah, I see. Any meat content indicates it’s a genuine ham product. I always thought that genuine ham had to come from the hind quarters (of a pig) to make it ‘real’? My point was that this might not be ‘real’ ham, but the packaged sandwich meat is no better (although closer as it has a meat content, even if it is low.) I’d also guess that this has more nutritional value, although this is a guess.

If people like this, fair enough. If you don’t, also fair enough. I just think it’s a little unfair that when a vegan/veggie deal comes up people always jump on it, telling them it’s fake.
Edited by: "thearbiter65" 22nd Aug
echobase22/08/2019 17:15

What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the v …What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables. Not your mum not your milk.


The point is preventing animal suffering and lessening your environmental impact through your food choices...

The impact is the same whether you eat meat substitutes or vegetables. It's also easier to get high protein by using meat substitutes
Edited by: "Jac_" 22nd Aug
thearbiter6522/08/2019 17:49

Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural …Does that imply that normal sandwich meat, such as ham, is a more natural product? I only ask as you call this 'fake' which implied to me that the alternative must be 'real'. If so, I wonder how you think sandwich meat is really made? I would have a look for yourself, if you are under that impression. See an extract from the guardian below:Cheap ham slices are generally made from meat that has been mechanically recovered. “All of the little bits that are left over on the bone will be blasted off with high-pressure water,” Ruxton says. They are then moulded back together again, cured, cooked and sliced, then packaged for human consumption.Back on track with the deal, which always attracts comments such as this. If it is your thing, enjoy at this price. Hot.


False and I worked in butchers and manufacturing plants that make ham. All that you hear is lies
Sammboi10122/08/2019 20:02

False and I worked in butchers and manufacturing plants that make ham. All …False and I worked in butchers and manufacturing plants that make ham. All that you hear is lies




Which bit is false?

I am convinced by this well reasoned and factually based arguement .
Edited by: "thearbiter65" 22nd Aug
thearbiter6522/08/2019 20:03

Which bit is false?I am convinced by this well reasoned and factually …Which bit is false?I am convinced by this well reasoned and factually based arguement .


Not all manufacturers produce reconstructed ham, in fact supermarket brand are more likely to be reconstructed than branded meats, if you go to butchers you'll get true fresh cut ham
Sammboi10122/08/2019 20:09

Not all manufacturers produce reconstructed ham, in fact supermarket brand …Not all manufacturers produce reconstructed ham, in fact supermarket brand are more likely to be reconstructed than branded meats, if you go to butchers you'll get true fresh cut ham



I can believe that. Outside of the supermarket, I’m not sure I have seen a butcher in my town (I realise the supermarket ones might not be the same).

Products like one are certainly here to stay. The vegan section in the supermarket is growing all the time!
thearbiter6522/08/2019 20:17

I can believe that. Outside of the supermarket, I’m not sure I have seen a …I can believe that. Outside of the supermarket, I’m not sure I have seen a butcher in my town (I realise the supermarket ones might not be the same). Products like one are certainly here to stay. The vegan section in the supermarket is growing all the time!


Buy locally you're supporting true butchers
thearbiter6522/08/2019 19:27

Ah, I see. Any meat content indicates it’s a genuine ham product. I always …Ah, I see. Any meat content indicates it’s a genuine ham product. I always thought that genuine ham had to come from the hind quarters (of a pig) to make it ‘real’? My point was that this might not be ‘real’ ham, but the packaged sandwich meat is no better (although closer as it has a meat content, even if it is low.) I’d also guess that this has more nutritional value, although this is a guess.If people like this, fair enough. If you don’t, also fair enough. I just think it’s a little unfair that when a vegan/veggie deal comes up people always jump on it, telling them it’s fake.


Calm down princess. I’m just saying if you want ham eat ham not pretend ham. If you’re vegan I don’t see the point of fake meat.
Jac_22/08/2019 19:38

The point is preventing animal suffering and lessening your environmental …The point is preventing animal suffering and lessening your environmental impact through your food choices...The impact is the same whether you eat meat substitutes or vegetables. It's also easier to get high protein by using meat substitutes


Typical leftie reply.
echobase22/08/2019 21:06

Calm down princess. I’m just saying if you want ham eat ham not pretend h …Calm down princess. I’m just saying if you want ham eat ham not pretend ham. If you’re vegan I don’t see the point of fake meat.



Fair enough. I hope you got the GCSE results you wanted today .
Thanks pal. Good enough to get into college next month! Studying food tech!
thearbiter6522/08/2019 21:18

Fair enough. I hope you got the GCSE results you wanted today Fair enough. I hope you got the GCSE results you wanted today .


MIC DROP hahahahahaha
I used to once eat this stuff...

Now I'm eating real meat, and love it...I regret not converting earlier...

I'm very happy with life...

Kindest regards
thearbiter6522/08/2019 22:46

What?


Mic drop as in you've finished him so drop the mic in dramatic fashion
xcloose22/08/2019 23:17

Mic drop as in you've finished him so drop the mic in dramatic fashion



Ah . I was a bit slow there!
I too hate random people I have no relation to having choices about the food they eat.
Jameseh22/08/2019 23:29

I too hate random people I have no relation to having choices about the …I too hate random people I have no relation to having choices about the food they eat.


You know what I am saying. I choose to eat it. It affects nobody else so why do they feel they can have an opinion
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echobase22/08/2019 17:15

What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the v …What’s the point of being vegan and eating fake meat. Stick to the vegetables. Not your mum not your milk.


Haha you said "mum"
echobase22/08/2019 19:23

It’s fake as it contains no meat. Ham is meat.



"Ham Free slice" pretty simple English. Beef crisps aren't beef they are potatoes, any difference? By the way Ham is a lump of dead pig and by you're thinking should be labeled as such.
Edited by: "scunny" 23rd Aug
echobase22/08/2019 21:07

Typical leftie reply.



Typical right wing reply by yourself then.
scunny23/08/2019 13:00

"Ham Free slice" pretty simple English. Beef crisps aren't beef they are …"Ham Free slice" pretty simple English. Beef crisps aren't beef they are potatoes, any difference? By the way Ham is a lump of dead pig and by you're thinking should be labeled as such.


They are beef flavoured crisps not beef crisps and dead pig is the best type of pig, yummy.
I wish I had this many bites last time I went fishing! 🎣
echobase23/08/2019 16:53

I wish I had this many bites last time I went fishing! 🎣


You lead a sad, sad life
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