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Veg meat: quorn

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2006/07/10 13:22:58 (permalink)

Veg meat: quorn

hiya all,

Have recently discovered meat free burguers and sausages made of quorn.
To me, they taste a lot better than regular meat and i find eating them a lot easier than chicken/beef.

is it allrite to substitute reg meat for these??
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    RE: Veg meat: quorn 2006/07/10 16:17:56 (permalink)
    I don't see why not. I eat quite a lot of quorn cos I'm vegetarian and it's one of my main protein sources.

    You can get quorn cold 'meat' slices too that i add to salads or have in a sandwich.
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    RE: Veg meat: quorn 2006/07/10 17:08:53 (permalink)
    lovely
    the stuff is quite addictive

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    RE: Veg meat: quorn 2006/07/10 18:28:21 (permalink)
    I find that on its own it tastes very plain but needs to be merinated in something to take on a flavour.
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    RE: Veg meat: quorn 2006/07/11 00:00:00 (permalink)

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    lovely
    the stuff is quite addictive




    definitely. i'm quite addicted to the sausages just now, and with only 60 calories per sausage they're great for cutting as well as for their protein content.

    oh and the "chicken pieces" are amazing! probably my fave quorn product. great mixed into a veg stir fry or in a curry!
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