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Re: vegan quorn burger

Postby thestoatyone » Wed Nov 02, 2011 6:41 pm

Goob wrote:
vegimator wrote:I saw another link where someone was at a vegan food expo and got to try it. They said something like, "if you like boca burgers, you'll love these things." Bocas aren't that great though.


I don't know why anyone would eat a boca burger now that gardein makes burgers. Very tasty and the same price at my local grocery store.


Side-note; anyone know whether this stuff is getting imported to the UK again? I know some veggie burger company had the rights to it and then stopped making it...
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Re: vegan quorn burger

Postby Goob » Sat Nov 05, 2011 12:37 am

Konstantin wrote:In keeping with their ethos, it is made of ground babies and minced grannies, so technically stretches the definition of vegan.


so, babies aren't vegan?? :oops:
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Re: vegan quorn burger

Postby Cade » Thu Dec 22, 2011 12:09 pm

vegimator wrote:Image

According to this, it's only in the US so far. http://www.unleashed.org.au/community/f ... php?t=6444

Has anyone tried it yet? I'm excited to have a convenient, non-soy, protein source.



Yes, I tried it last night. They compensate for the egg whites by using wheat protein and wheat starch. The flavor was okay but nothing earth shattering. I think it was barbecue. I pan fried it and chopped it into small pieces to have with my mixed vegetables. There was enough of the sauce in the burger that I didn't feel the need to add anything to it.

I'm not big on eating processed foods so I probably won't try this again for many months but I do recommend giving it a shot. I'm not a big fan of Quorn for obvious reasons but let's hope they will expand their line to include more vegan products. I think they want to see how well this sells before they do that.
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Re: vegan quorn burger

Postby beforewisdom » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:28 pm


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