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Which ones are suitable for Vegetarians??

I always thought they were cuz they say Flavouring, but it doesnt have the V sign on em.
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i dont think they are..
i used to have the curry and chow mein one, but iv stopped now
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Read the ingredients.
I don't think they have meat in, just flavourings.
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Read the ingredients.
I don't think they have meat in, just flavourings.
yeah, but my friend told me the other day that whey powder sometimes isnt suitable. i mean WHEY POWDER! i couldnt believe it...i decided not to believe it!
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yeah, but my friend told me the other day that whey powder sometimes isnt suitable. i mean WHEY POWDER! i couldnt believe it...i decided not to believe it!
It might contain rennet I think.
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It depends on flavour it is, but say beef curry flavour for example is going to contain bits of beef.
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It might contain rennet I think.
yh, that was it

i find it so funny how cheese and onion are the only walkers crisps that arent suitable btw..:rolleyes:
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Contact them http://www.unilever.co.uk/ourbrands/...potnoodle.html - see the contact page
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thanks, ive send them a message - lets hope i get a reply this year! :P

Ill let you lot know of the reply as soon as i get it
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Thee beef and tomato one has meat extracts in the tomato flavouring but not in the beef which is bizarre to say the least.

AT its not beef its flavoured soya in most of them.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cac...arian%3F&hl=en
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Thee beef and tomato one has meat extracts in the tomato flavouring but not in the beef which is bizarre to say the least.

AT its not beef its flavoured soya in most of them.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cac...arian%3F&hl=en
There was one of them that did have beef in them, I remember in 1996 I stopped eating them because the BSE scare was hightened around that time and it wasn't clear how dangerous it was. Of course then processed food contained the poor quality beef as well.
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Just thought id tell you the reply from the mail i sent to them.

"Thank you for your recent enquiry.

All Pot Noodles are suitable for vegetarians.

Kind regards

Zoe Gray
Consumer Care Advisor"

GO ENJOY !!! :bootyshak
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even if they claimed to be vegetarian i would strongly advise never to eat one...they seem quite appetising but are really disgusting when you eat them..well that's what i think
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