If you have a Sainsbury's near you try there too! they stock alot of stuff and is usually in the same section rather than dotted around the store (annoying!) like in Asda or Tesco. ALthough I work part time in Sainsbury's so I am biased! I'll be honest I've gradually tried things that are on offer like B.O.G.O.F etc because it is expensive to buy veggy stuff and not like it! I've only tried a few of the Linda Mcartney products but I would reccomend the veggy sausage rolls. I have a friend who eats meat and she once had some dinner at mine and since I cooked the sausage-like rolls she now buys them! they are in the frozen section.(Original post by G550NDH)
brill ! i will pop down to Tesco tomorrow morning and have a look ! Might try the Quorn stuff again =) ! Never heard of Linda Mcatney food .. will try that as well ! Cheers for your help .. il rep you tomo
I will say I don't really like the plain sausages in the Quorn range they are awful but the red onion ones are nice because they have more flavour and I don't like the escalopes but my Boyfriend does so you might. The Quorn chicken style and mushroom pies are also nice too even if a little fattening. Oh and the chilled burgers are great for BBQ's not a fan of the frozen ones though.
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Lacto Vegetarian Breakfast ? Any ideas watch
- 24-09-2010 23:32
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(Original post by Bourgeois)
- 24-09-2010 23:43
You're not a lacto-vegetarian then. If you eat egg products - doesn't matter if it's the egg itself or just something that has eggs in it, you're a lacto-ovo. Just fyi because they are many products that have eggs in them which you may like for breakfast (waffles for example) and there's no reason to avoid them?Last edited by G550NDH; 24-09-2010 at 23:46.
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- 03-10-2010 12:04
Whole grain waffles and peanut or almond butter topped with fruit spread.
Where do you get whole grain waffles from? I've never seen them...
- 12-10-2010 12:13
Scrambled eggs with diced onion, avocado, and jalapenos is delicious.