Tesco Meat Free Vegetarian Mince Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... £1.75 - a bargain considering one bag is enough for at least two large portions. Tesco are also doing a long term mix and ... more
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 177 readings)
It must be at least three decades since I last ate mince. I remember that we had to cook with it at school with our special heart-disease cookbooks. I was never very impressed. Mince always made me want to heave and - to this day - I don't know why anyone would willingly buy it. There is so much nice food out there. That said, I am not going to be comparing meat and soya as I can't really remember what meat tastes like. I rarely buy foods that resemble meat - but this stuff is useful for making the easiest meal in the world - spaghetti bolognaise - so I buy it now and again. One bag lasts for ages - as I have banned my daughter from making it every ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 09/11/12, updated on 09/11/12
I love cooking and trying out new recipes & since recently becoming Vegan I've tried quite a lot of new foods including a range of meat substitutes. I used Quorn back when I was Veggie but as it contains egg I decided to look for an alternative when I made the transition from vegeterian to vegan. I came across Tesco's meat free range quite recently and seeing as it is really cheap I decided to buy a few of the products to try including their meat free mince. This can be found in the frozen aisle with all of the other meat free products and it is only available from Tesco. A 454 gram bag of the mince retails at just £1.75 - a bargain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09, updated on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 486 readings)
A very low fat alternative to minced beef We are not vegetarian in our family, but I am always on the look out for value for money and nutritious food. While chatting to some of my work colleagues one vegetarian mentioned Tesco meatfree mince and another non-vegetarian said how good it was. As someone always keen to try new products, the next time I was at Tesco I bought a packet. It can be found in the freezer section in the vegetarian section and comes in a green pack as the picture above shows. The contents, before cooking, look light slightly anemic minced beef and it is made from a blend of soya and wheat proteins but once made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/09 (Very useful, 338 readings)
I have been a vegetarian now for over 15 years. In this time I can safely say Ive tried almost every meat free and meat equivalent product that Tescos, Sainsbury's and Asda have to offer. One thing with meat I have always hated is mine meat. If I ever go back to eating meat, I will never eat this, I think its is smelly and disgusting. It is for these reasons that quite a few meat eaters I know substitute mince for either this product or the quorn mince. I tried the quorn mince product in a few things, spaghetti bolognaise, and lasagne (for example) and quite enjoyed it. Next time I went to buy it, I saw this was available and it appeared to be a similar ... Read the complete review
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