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greggs vegan sausage roll

Started by: blackrodweaver (628) 

Sausage definition....an item of food in the form of a cylindrical length of minced pork or other meat encased in a skin, typically sold raw to be grilled or fried before eating.

Vegan Sausage Rolls recipe.
Mix flax and water in a small bowl and allow to thicken.
Process onion, parsley and walnuts until chunky.
Add almond feta cheese (from above), braggs, flax mix, breadcrumbs, oats and yeast and process until smooth.


so how is it called aSausage Roll ?????????>

Started: 25th Jan 2019 at 20:29

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

What are/is 'braggs'?

Replied: 25th Jan 2019 at 20:32

Posted by: blackrodweaver (628) 

not a clue priscus

Replied: 25th Jan 2019 at 20:38

Posted by: broady (18323) 

Liquid amino’s ? ( thank you google)

Replied: 26th Jan 2019 at 01:59

Posted by: standishgirl (1004)

A vegan sausage roll is wrong on all levels! They should not be allowed to call it that, I was in Morrisons and they have meat free meatballs, meat free chicken pieces ????

Replied: 27th Jan 2019 at 09:54

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

Quick! Report them to the Thought Police!

Ask for 'Discourse Control' Division!

Replied: 27th Jan 2019 at 12:35
Last edited by priscus: 27th Jan 2019 at 13:20:28

Posted by: macwil48 (348)

broady,

Does that mean all the vegans are taking 'acid' trips?

Replied: 4th Feb 2019 at 04:21

Posted by: broady (18323) 

I guess so. Did you see that vegan breakfast in the press today? Ghastly.

Replied: 4th Feb 2019 at 22:09

Posted by: macwil48 (348)

I eventually found it, I agree GHASTLY.
If it's not from a pig it's not bacon, if the eggs are not from a fowl then I call foul. I suppose they avoid Trading Standard's violations by including the word 'substitute' somewhere in their description.

As for meat-free chicken that conjures up visions of skeletons running around a farmyard.

PS: Yes I do know that other species lay eggs too.

Replied: 5th Feb 2019 at 10:44
Last edited by macwil48: 5th Feb 2019 at 10:51:21

Posted by: broady (18323) 

I can agree with people who choose not to eat a certain product BUT what I don't understand is if you have decided you don't want a fry up why does the replacement food have to look exactly like a fry up??

Replied: 6th Feb 2019 at 00:43

 

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