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Southern Style Quorn Burgers £1.00 @ Sainsburys
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Southern Style Quorn Burgers £1.00 @ Sainsburys

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These are great!

I aint a veggie, but i prefer them to the processed chicken efforts!

Top price!! HOT!!!

Had these for tea last night in a bap with salad & mayo. Beats McDonald's Chicken sandwich any day. I'll be filling my freezer.

these actually taste very nice for veggie

awesome, veggie myself so dont know how they compare to real chicken :roll:

Excellent price, heat added.

Not a veggie but have always liked these. £1 is a great price as it's very rare they come down in price. Yum!

Great deal, as a veggie I love them. Even better as they are so cheap, I'm a student, thats like a food treat for me

Yum, voted hot

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...
What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?

Morleyofski;6063707

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if … Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



Maybe it was the meat eaters that bred their chickens to taste like quorn?

Love these though, ace

Morleyofski;6063707

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if … Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



i love it when quorn products feature on hotdeals, without fail it brings up the same arguments lol

bought these the other day, theyre a bit small, but quite tasty, nice change from meat.

Morleyofski;6063707

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if … Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



its trying to get the same nutritional benefits as meats.
quorn is made from mycoprotein and is super healthy, it has lots of protein, a few carbs, fiber and hardly any fat. i suppose mimicking the meat looks and texture is for marketing purposes maybe?

these are really nice. bought loads last time they were on offer

Banned

Morleyofski;6063707

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if … Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



I think the more important question is, if you eat a vegetarian, do they taste of meat?

Morleyofski;6063707

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if … Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



I do like meat but I choose to eat Quorn products for ethical reasons.

wessie;6064017

I think the more important question is, if you eat a vegetarian, do they … I think the more important question is, if you eat a vegetarian, do they taste of meat?



LOL :-D

Morleyofski;6063707

What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do … What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



You've ALWAYS wondered, but you've never quite managed to work it out?
Vegetarians LOVE meat.
When its still ALIVE.

Its the slaughter and intensive farming of innocent animals that lots of vegetarians find distasteful. The taste of meat, on the whole, is not necessarily disagreeable to vegetarians, and if they could obtain that without killing animals, then they'd rather do that.
And now with Quorn, they can!

Surely you didn't think people went vegetarian because they "Hate Meat", did you?!

Morleyofski;6063707

Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if … Ive no doubt they are delicious BUT ...What ive always wondered is, if veggies hate meat so much then why do they spend so much time trying to find products that look and taste like meat ?:?



cheapo;5955112

Rather than repeat myself I will answer this perennial question by … Rather than repeat myself I will answer this perennial question by pasting a previous reply, from a previous quorn deal.This argument that 'I don't understand why they make vegetarian food look like meals that have meat in' is so f'ing stupid.Ok, when was the last time you saw a pig made up of cylindrical sausages? How about a cow comprised of pasties? Ooh mummy, look at that chicken, its like a nugget with wings!There is no monopoly on certain shapes of foodstuff having to have dead animal in them. Did I miss an 11th commandment?Sausages, pies, pasties, rolls, are all man made constructs to hold food. It doesn't have to be meat. They are mere vessels to present food in a convenient manner. Just because a vegetarian decides not to eat meat does not mean they have to throw out every other convention including shape and portion size. We do not do it because we are secretly salivating over meat. We do it out of convenience.Now you have the exception. There are cuts of meat that vegetarians try and replicate, like bacon for instance. So the argument would have more weight there. But, even bacon is a modification of the meat as it fits on the pig. The rashers do not peel off individually, they have to be cut and shaped in a way that is convenient and pleasing to the eater. What is wrong with making the shape of food palatable?My next book will be 'Beef crisps: why do they try and make them taste like beef when they have no meat in them?' What shape and taste would you like my food to be until you shut up, and go back to ploughing your way through thousands of slaughtered sentient beings (you know them things that have babies in fields, and live like families until you decide that you want a lamb kebab), even though most on here would not dream of actually killing the things themselves.Since when do chicken pieces look like chickens? They don't, they look like small portions palatable for human being. Do you rebel against cheese & onion pasties in the same way because the ones you like have beef in?When people stop making that facile argument 'why do they do it, if they don't want to eat meat', then I will stop pasting my previous reply.Boring!

Mmmmmmmm these are lovely and low in fat, so good all round. They go on promo quite regularly and I always grab a basketful, so thanks

Banned

Nice schpiel cheapo, but if vegetarians are so anti meat then why do quorn try so hard to make there products look and sound like meat based foodstuffs

Lets have a look at a few quorn products:



Sage and Onion [COLOR=red]Turkey Style[/COLOR] Escalopes

[COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] Pieces Chilled/Frozen
Delicious Quorn pieces - cook straight from frozen, perfect for a speedy stir-fry.

[COLOR=red]Chicken Style Pieces[/COLOR] Chilled/Frozen
Delicious Quorn Pieces, great for a speedy stir-fry. Simple and quick to cook in less than 15 minutes.



Deli [COLOR=red]Bacon Style[/COLOR]
Ideal for sandwiches, salads or pasta.

Deli [COLOR=red]Ham Style[/COLOR]
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

Deli Wafer Thin [COLOR=red]Ham Style[/COLOR]
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

[COLOR=red]Smoky Bacon Style[/COLOR] Slices
Tasty smoky bacon flavour vegetarian slices. Perfect for fry ups and sandwiches.

[COLOR=red]Streaky Bacon[/COLOR] Style Strips
Delicious, vegetarian streaky strips with a light, smoky bacon flavour

[COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR] Burgers
Coated in crunchy golden wholemeal breadcrumbs.

Quorn [COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] & Red Onion Burgers
Delicious Quorn burgers are perfect for teatimes & BBQs.

Quorn Chilli [COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] Burgers
Tasty Quorn Burgers with chilli and red pepper. Perfect for teatimes or BBQs

[COLOR=red]Lamb Style[/COLOR] Grills
Drizzled with a delicious rosemary and mint coating

Deli [COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR]
Ideal for snacks, sanwiches or salads.

[COLOR=red]Beef style[/COLOR] and ale suet pudding
A delicious mini suet pudding, filled with succulent Quorn beef style pieces in a rich Dorset ale gravy

Creamy [COLOR=red]chicken style[/COLOR] and mushroom pie
A winter warmer, succulent Quorn pieces and mushrooms in a creamy white wine sauce in puff pastry


Crispy [COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR] Nuggets
Coated in a light crispy batter, perfect for family teatimes


Peppered [COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] Slices
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

[COLOR=red]Pork Style[/COLOR] Pies
Crispy pastry with a delicious Quorn pork style and herb filling

[COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR] Dippers
Chicken style dippers coated in a light crispy batter, a delicious treat for the whole family.

[COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR] Nuggets
Coated in crunchy golden wholemeal breadcrumb, a delicious treat for the whole family.

Smoky [COLOR=red]Ham Style[/COLOR] Slices
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

Deli [COLOR=red]Turkey Style[/COLOR] with Stuffing
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

Roast [COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR] Slices
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

Quorn Mini [COLOR=red]Ham Style[/COLOR] & Cheese Quiche
Delicious hot or cold, Quorn Quiches are great for picnics, snacks & lunchboxes

Deli Wafer Thin [COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR]
Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.

Now can you show me the reformed ham and chicken products shapped like lentils....

wireframe;6065016

if they could obtain that without killing animals, then they'd rather do … if they could obtain that without killing animals, then they'd rather do that. And now with Quorn, they can!



Well right, why not get the meat without killing the animal, frog legs for example...and little innocent frogs wheeling out of the kitchen in tiny little wheelchairs....you wouldn't rather have that, would you? Every decent animal lover would be heartbroken at that sight.

What I ask myself, what about the innocent fungus that is spending its miserable life in a fungus battery just to be killed dead and processed with all sort of chemicals to make it nutricious?
Isn't there free range Quorn? That might be ethically acceptable.

Banned

LuckyL;6066209

Well right, why not get the meat without killing the animal, frog legs … Well right, why not get the meat without killing the animal, frog legs for example...and little innocent frogs wheeling out of the kitchen in tiny little wheelchairs....you wouldn't rather have that, would you? Every decent animal lover would be heartbroken at that sight.What I ask myself, what about the innocent fungus that is spending its miserable life in a fungus battery just to be killed dead and processed with all sort of chemicals to make it nutricious?Isn't there free range Quorn? That might be ethically acceptable.



And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the harvesting of vegetables.

N20Y1D;6066503

And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the … And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the harvesting of vegetables.



thats stupid argument, those things dying are basically natural.
not hundreds of animals on a line to a slaughter house.

and for the quorn names trying to be like meat, its for marketing.
quorn chicken style burgers sound better than quorn modified mycoprotein in breadcrumbs.

thats it, end of story

N20Y1D;6066503

And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the … And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the harvesting of vegetables.



Lentils have feelings too!

The only ethical way of sustaining yourself is living off prana (the power of light), and whilst you do the right thing, you can earn some extra PC points by not breathing, this will reduce your carbon footprint.

ag55;6067541

thats stupid argument, those things dying are basically natural.not … thats stupid argument, those things dying are basically natural.not hundreds of animals on a line to a slaughter house.



No death more natural than ending up in the blades of a harvester...rabbits, mice and whatever happens to be in the way.

Our food is produced on an industrial scale no matter whether we are Vegans or not - so the argument of vegetarians sustaining a more "natural" life style is absurd.

Come on face it you veggies Man is top of the food chain and put on earth to eat meat. Plus vegaterians farts stink more aswell! Admitedlly I disapprove of some of the brutality that goes on in slaughter houses but there is an alternative and that is Halal.

Taksim_Red;6067637

Come on face it you veggies Man is top of the food chain and put on earth … Come on face it you veggies Man is top of the food chain and put on earth to eat meat. Plus vegaterians farts stink more aswell! Admitedlly I disapprove of some of the brutality that goes on in slaughter houses but there is an alternative and that is Halal.



yeah but i dont meat because i can live off other foods, like quorn which i think taste great - and they have the nutritional benefits of meat, sometimes even better.

im happy eating this, and dont have the urge to eat meat

I trust the vegetables that went to make these burgers were free range and organic , with lots of space for their roots ...etc,etc.

N20Y1D;6065868

Nice schpiel cheapo, but if vegetarians are so anti meat then why do … Nice schpiel cheapo, but if vegetarians are so anti meat then why do quorn try so hard to make there products look and sound like meat based foodstuffsLets have a look at a few quorn products:Sage and Onion [COLOR=red]Turkey Style[/COLOR] Escalopes[COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] Pieces Chilled/FrozenDelicious Quorn pieces - cook straight from frozen, perfect for a speedy stir-fry.[COLOR=red]Chicken Style Pieces[/COLOR] Chilled/FrozenDelicious Quorn Pieces, great for a speedy stir-fry. Simple and quick to cook in less than 15 minutes.Deli [COLOR=red]Bacon Style[/COLOR]Ideal for sandwiches, salads or pasta.Deli [COLOR=red]Ham Style[/COLOR]Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.Deli Wafer Thin [COLOR=red]Ham Style[/COLOR]Ideal for snacks, sandwiches or salads.[COLOR=red]Smoky Bacon Style[/COLOR] SlicesTasty smoky bacon flavour vegetarian slices. Perfect for fry ups and sandwiches.[COLOR=red]Streaky Bacon[/COLOR] Style StripsDelicious, vegetarian streaky strips with a light, smoky bacon flavour[COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR] BurgersCoated in crunchy golden wholemeal breadcrumbs.Quorn [COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] & Red Onion BurgersDelicious Quorn burgers are perfect for teatimes & BBQs.Quorn Chilli [COLOR=red]Beef Style[/COLOR] BurgersTasty Quorn Burgers with chilli and red pepper. Perfect for teatimes or BBQs[COLOR=red]Lamb Style[/COLOR] GrillsDrizzled with a delicious rosemary and mint coatingDeli [COLOR=red]Chicken Style[/COLOR]Ideal for snacks, sanwiches or salads.[COLOR=red]Beef style[/COLOR] and ale suet puddingA delicious mini suet pudding, filled with succulent Quorn beef style pieces in a rich Dorset ale gravyCreamy [COLOR=red]chicken style[/COLOR] and mushroom pieA winter warmer, succulent Quorn pieces and mushrooms in a creamy white wine sauce in puff pastry[COLOR="Red"]Asda Shopping List[/COLOR]Now can you show me the reformed ham and chicken products shapped like lentils....



Thank you for highlighting in red, I may not have understood your point otherwise.

You have just rehashed the argument that I rebutted, and added no more input apart from a shopping list. Erm, well done.

I will not repeat my entire argument regarding the seasoning and preparation of food in a method that is convenient to the eater, as what I said was clear enough.

Vegetarians are not anti-meat. They are anti the industrial slaughter of animals, birds, and yes even fish that all have a central nervous system.

If meat could be produced on a purely synthetic basis I am sure I would eat it, Roll on the wonder that is genetic modification.

LuckyL;6066209

Well right, why not get the meat without killing the animal, frog legs … Well right, why not get the meat without killing the animal, frog legs for example...and little innocent frogs wheeling out of the kitchen in tiny little wheelchairs....you wouldn't rather have that, would you? Every decent animal lover would be heartbroken at that sight.What I ask myself, what about the innocent fungus that is spending its miserable life in a fungus battery just to be killed dead and processed with all sort of chemicals to make it nutricious?Isn't there free range Quorn? That might be ethically acceptable.



Fungus does not possess a central nervous system, nor is a concious entity capable of interpreting emotion, such as pain.

N20Y1D;6066503

And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the … And what about all the worms and insects that are killed during the harvesting of vegetables.



You have a point. My argument (as I made against LuckyL in a previous thread I believe) is not that I am this prefect being of moral absolutism, but someone who has made a moral judgement for oneself. Of course if you take the train of thought to its absurd Buddhist conclusion you could not breathe for fear of killing the bacteria in the air.

LuckyL;6067558

Lentils have feelings too!



No they do not.

LuckyL;6067558

The only ethical way of sustaining yourself is living off prana (the … The only ethical way of sustaining yourself is living off prana (the power of light), and whilst you do the right thing, you can earn some extra PC points by not breathing, this will reduce your carbon footprint.



This is an example of the reductionist absurdity I have previously alluded to.

Let me ask you a question LuckyL. Do you eat Human beings? If not, why not? For are we not animals (skin, flesh, bone, central nervous system)? Why if you eat some meat, do you decide on moral grounds not to eat other types? There is your absurdity.

Do you not see that this is a sliding scale of moral judgement couched in the principles of libertarian civilisation? I decide it is unnecessary to eat meat as it causes more pain to sentient beings than is needed for me to live a healthy life. You do what you want. Ok?

LuckyL;6067615

No death more natural than ending up in the blades of a … No death more natural than ending up in the blades of a harvester...rabbits, mice and whatever happens to be in the way.Our food is produced on an industrial scale no matter whether we are Vegans or not - so the argument of vegetarians sustaining a more "natural" life style is absurd.



I have never said that Vegetarianism was more natural (and I don't know whether any did more to the point - you are one for a straw man argument aren't you?).

In fact as I said in the previous thread it is a synthetic result civilisation and technology. I may make the case that I am more evolved than you, but nature does not concern me.

One last question. how many animals have you meat eaters killed and butchered yourself?

Banned

ag55;6067541

thats stupid argument, those things dying are basically natural.not … thats stupid argument, those things dying are basically natural.not hundreds of animals on a line to a slaughter house.and for the quorn names trying to be like meat, its for marketing.quorn chicken style burgers sound better than quorn modified mycoprotein in breadcrumbs.thats it, end of story



How is a farm shed filled with chicken different to a farm field filled with worms? Aside from the fact those chickens die in order to be turned into an end product.

But why make quorn taste like chicken? Why would someone so against the killing of animals want to eat a substitute product that attempts to taste like dead animal flesh.

Banned

cheapo;6074831

One last question. how many animals have you meat eaters killed and … One last question. how many animals have you meat eaters killed and butchered yourself?




I have never ground wheat into flour but i've eaten it.

I have never harvested cocoa plants but i've eaten chocolate.

I have never built a TV but it doesnt stop me buying one and watching it.

I have never made a pair of shoes but i wear them.

Do you see what a ridiculous question it was?

If i had the time land and money I would have no problem with it.

Taksim_Red;6067637

I disapprove of some of the brutality that goes on in slaughter houses … I disapprove of some of the brutality that goes on in slaughter houses but there is an alternative and that is Halal.



Mate, ia bolt through the brain, killing you instantly is a far better alternative to being hung upside down and having to witness your life-blood splashing away from a gash in your throat as you find you can't breathe and everything goes dark.

Don't kid yourself that Halal is all good for the animals, just because its fine under "islamic law".

N20Y1D;6074924

What a ridiculous question.I have never built a TV but it doesnt stop me … What a ridiculous question.I have never built a TV but it doesnt stop me buying one and watching it. I have never made a pair of shoes but i wear them.If i had the time land and money I would have no problem with it.



Wearing shoes that you can not make yourself is not a moral question.

Eating animals that you have not, and lets face it never will experience killing, is a moral question.

If you choose to ignore the genetic and sociological similarity between farm animals and man that is up to you.

Just as you do not eat chimpanzee because of societal norms (they are too like 'us'), I do not eat Farm animals as their behaviour personifies some human traits (the main one being familial relationships).

I am off to make some Potato Ash using Quorn Mince (which tastes a little bit like meat). Sorry!

Why do meat eaters always feel the need to criticise non meat eaters? Stick to threads that concern yourselves. This site is about good deals and this is one. Hot. :thumbsup:

Banned

cheapo;6075665

Wearing shoes that you can not make yourself is not a moral question. - … Wearing shoes that you can not make yourself is not a moral question. - Nope its a case of convenience. If they suddenly stopped making shoes i would make some myself.Eating animals that you have not, and lets face it never will experience killing, is a moral question. Nope this is also a case of convenience. If they suddenly stopped selling meat and the only way to obtain it was to have livestock style allotments then that would be the preferable to going out and hunting them.If you choose to ignore the genetic and sociological similarity between farm animals and man that is up to you. It is indeed, if you choose to ignore why we have the teeth that we do, then that is upto you.Just as you do not eat chimpanzee because of societal norms (they are too like 'us'), I do not eat Farm animals as their behaviour personifies some human traits (the main one being familial relationships). Nope if ''bush meat" was readily available and i liked the taste and there were no health risks then i wouldnt have a problem. I am off to make some Potato Ash using Quorn Mince (which tastes a little bit like meat). Sorry! Dont apologise i just had a lovely bulgar wheat and feta salad. and didnt feel the need to make it taste like meat

It amazes me that people with the capability to type do not understand why meat substitutes can be exactly like meat in every way except its source. It is so blindly obvious.

It doesn't matter whether meat looks like a vegetable or a sausage, it comes from a dead animal.
It doesn't matter whether a meat substitute looks like a vegetable or a sausage, it doesn't come from a dead animal.

It has nothing to do with what it looks like or tastes like, it matters where it has come from.

Banned

pghstochaj;6076116

It amazes me that people with the capability to type do not understand … It amazes me that people with the capability to type do not understand why meat substitutes can be exactly like meat in every way except its source. It is so blindly obvious.It doesn't matter whether meat looks like a vegetable or a sausage, it comes from a dead animal.It doesn't matter whether a meat substitute looks like a vegetable or a sausage, it doesn't come from a dead animal. It has nothing to do with what it looks like or tastes like, it matters where it has come from.


exactly like meat in every way except its source.... or taste or texture or nutiricious value etc etc.

N20Y1D;6076291

exactly like meat in every way except its source.... or taste or texture … exactly like meat in every way except its source.... or taste or texture or nutiricious value etc etc.



Have you looked at that from the other side?

Banned

pghstochaj;6076311

Have you looked at that from the other side?


No, but i'm guessing if didnt want to eat dead animals or agree with the killing of animals i wouldnt find the idea of something labeled or designed to taste like dead animals that appealing.

N20Y1D;6076393

No, but i'm guessing if didnt want to eat dead animals or agree with the … No, but i'm guessing if didnt want to eat dead animals or agree with the killing of animals i wouldnt find the idea of something labeled or designed to taste like dead animals that appealing.



Why not? Normally the reason that a veggie doesn't eat meat is because they don't want to eat a dead animal, nothing to do with the name or taste or look.
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