Yeah Quorn can only be found in the UK as far as I can tell. I've certainly never seen it anywhere else. I don't think the French or Luxembourgish have discovered the concept of vegetarian sausages or burgers yet to by honest!
Not that I mind because it creeps me out being too meat-like for my taste, like a lot of Cauldron veggie sausages and stuff (anyways I don't think much Cauldron stuff is vegan).
Besides I'm a little addicted to tofu these days so I'm more than happy living off that.
Oh also (I guess I'm aiming this at the UK people) has anyone tried vegetarian/vegan haggis? All full of rice and lentils and veggies and spices and herbs and other such delights. I've never had real haggis but my housemate bought it by mistake thinking it was real haggis, and actually realised he prefers it so just buys that now!
I also taught another of my housemates (rugby boy, bodybuilding boy, practically cries if dinner doesnt contain meat, you know the type...) how to cook tofu so it actually tastes pleasant and he's started substituting that for meat in sandwiches every once in a while... he also uses soy milk now instead, though his dad won't allow it in the house over holidays. We'll get them all, eventually