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Quorn Smoky Ham Style Slices

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Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarian

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      22.07.2011 22:30
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      As some of you know I don't eat meat and as I have said before quorn is low in fat and high in protein.
      Mycoprotein is the main ingredient in all Quorn products. It is made from a member of the fungi family (like mushrooms and truffles). The mycoprotein found in Quorn Foods is fairly healthy. Mycoprotein is low in total and saturated fat, it also has a lot of health benefits, such as being high in fibre and containing good quality protein. It is also high in zinc and magnesium.
      The smoky ham is one of my favourites from this range, there is also a deli wafer thin ham style which isn't the same. This one is tastier.
      For a 100g pack you can expect to pay about £1.50. I can only find this in Tesco near where I live but Asda and Sainsburys do other kind of quorn meats.
      In the whole pack there is only 121 calories and there is16.9g of protein, but you probably wouldn't eat the whole pack yourself in one sitting. So as you can see it is very low in calories.
      Once this has been opened it does tell you to eat it within two days, but I have ate it 3 maybe 4 days after opening as long as the use by date hasn't passed. It isn't suitable for freezing.
      This ham is quite thin and does have a smokey smell and taste, I have checked the ingredients and the only flavouring it mentions is - flavouring (with colour - iron oxide), so I am not really sure what it tastes like as I can't compare it to what real smokey ham tastes like. I can bet it will not really taste the same but this one might have a little more taste in it. (my guess).
      This ham is mainly used for sandwiches in our house which goes well with some salad, or I like it with processed cheese singles. I also like to put it on pizza for a change.
      I did ask them at Asda to add it to their create your own choice pizzas, but as yet they haven't.
      I know a lot of you meat eaters will never try this as it's not "real meat" but don't be scared to give it a go it might just surprise you.

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