Goodlife Spicy Bean Quarterpounders Reviews
Product Type: Goodlife Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... good to eat however you cook them. At £2.49 for a pack of 4 they are good value. Each quarterpounder is a good size and ... more
by - written on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
So, what do you feed the vegetarians at your next barbeque?? You feed them these! And there will be smiles all round! I've been a veggie my whole 38 years. I know we can be a bit of a trial, but really, you can't go wrong with these. They are really tasty, a bit different and good to eat however you cook them. At £2.49 for a pack of 4 they are good value. Each quarterpounder is a good size and really filling. I can only eat one in a sitting. The burgers themselves are chunky in appearance with a crumb coating. Inside is a mixture of haricot beans and red kidney beans along with sweetcorn, green pepper and carrot. This is all blended with spices ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
In the summer I love to go into the garden and have a barbeque. I haven't got a real one as I know they can be lots of work to clean. I just go cheap and buy those throw away ones, which are brilliant incidentally for camping. We spent a wonderful few days a couple of years ago camping in Tiree in the Hebrides.We watched the sun set with a disposable barbeque and a couple of veggie burgers sizzling on an icing sugar beach sprinkled with shells, the air filled with the sound of new born lambs. The burgers I bought in the local Co-op there were Quorn, they were ok but not exciting, and I wish I had access to Goodlife Bean Quarterpounders because these are the ... Read the complete review
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