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Meat-free 'meat' slices?
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They certainly dont look any more Vile than there meat
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Believe it or not, Quorn was not developed for veggies, but for meat eaters who wanted to eat a bit less meat, possibly the first step to veggie-ism.
In my experience, meat-like veggie products are enjoyed by those who used to be happy meat eaters but then got a conscience, but not by long-term veggies who have no desire to eat meat-like products.
Personally, I like Tesco's "bacon" slices, with eggs (free range of course!) or in a sandwich, they are an improvement on the original IMHO.
I like Redwood Cheatin' slices, they do ham, chicken, turkey, beef and pepperoni and are available at health food shops. My bf does like the Quorn ones but I can't eat them as I'm vegan. I wouldn't say they look vile exactly...a bit like play-doh perhaps.
Also may I say, constructive answer mattvanduck. How about you just don't contribute to veggie-related threads if you don't have anything relevant to say? just a thought...
Nicola, i am sorry, i am not a vegie, but i felt very agrieved when i saw that, it hit a nerve!
My gf made a chilli con carne. "It was very nice" i said, then the killer blow came when she replied "its made from quorn mince"
I would not have eaten it if she told me before, i feel violated to say the least. i hope you all understand.