Killer Bob wrote:How about some nice healthy quorn sausages to go with the onion rings. Who cares which bit of the fungus they put in it?
Tom Morris wrote:
Healthy though they may be, Quorn burgers and other assorted pseudo-meat tastes foul. If you know someone who is considering becoming a vegetarian, the best thing you could do to put them off is to take them to McDonald's and ask for one of their vegetarian Quorn burgers.
John Jackson wrote:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/2949510.stm
There's a food intolerance issue with Quorn but less so than with many other foods.
From the article: "Statistics show adverse reactions are reported for one in 146,000 people who ate Quorn, compared to one in 35 who ate shellfish and one in 350 who ate soya. "
Killer Bob wrote:I'm allergic to something that is in some mushrooms but have no reaction to quorn.
How many skeptics have reacted badly to the "satan's fingers" that are served at the pub meetings?
And I would never ever take anyone to a McDonalds. Haven't set foot in one for over 20 years.
Abdul Alhazred wrote:
But these go good with beer and you can't get them, nyah! nyah! nyah!
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Tessa K wrote:We wouldn't want them. They look revolting. You might as well inject them straight into your heart.
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