Save money eating plant-based this Veganuary with up to 50% off pizza, burgers & more

MSE Rhiannon has a new blog out. In her own words:

"No matter what you think of veganism, January is a great time of year to take advantage of Veganuary deals simply by choosing a plant-based option in restaurants or the supermarket. These are some of my hand-picked offers for Veganuary 2022."

Read the new blog: Save money eating plant-based this Veganuary with up to 50% off pizza, burgers & more
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  • wild666
    wild666 Posts: 2,117 Forumite
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    I wouldn't eat vegan plant based products if you paid me. Bald Foodie Guy sampled some on his You Tube page and he spat them out.
    Someone please tell me what money is
  • arnoldy
    arnoldy Posts: 505 Forumite
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    Much of this vegan/vegetarian stuff is highly processed, calorific, "test tube" food - and more importantly quite unappetizing. Can only eat it in small quantities, and makes me feel sick usually.
  • Clowance
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    I have a daughter who is vegetarian (not quite vegan, she still eats cheese) and find that the processed foods - particularly some quorn products and richmond meat free sausages and beyond meat burgers - make it a lot easier to cook meals for the whole family rather than having to cook 2 dishes every day.

  • wild666
    wild666 Posts: 2,117 Forumite
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    wild666 said:
    I wouldn't eat vegan plant based products if you paid me. Bald Foodie Guy sampled some on his You Tube page and he spat them out.
    It looks like you're commenting on my blog without reading it, it would mean a lot to me if you could you read the blog and base your thoughts off what I've written as a vegan of over 15 years, rather than the thoughts of a random YouTuber who has never cooked with vegan products before. Thank you :blush:
    I have tried vegan stuff and wanted to bin the stuff after the first bite the only item I found that I would eat, grudgingly, are Linda McCartney's sausages. 
    Someone please tell me what money is
  • Cornucopia
    Cornucopia Posts: 16,151 Forumite
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    edited 16 January 2022 at 11:14PM
    There are so many different Vegan and Vegetarian products available these days that I find it difficult to believe that anyone could justifiably find them all unpalatable.  

    I definitely want to try the McPlant before it goes.

    Bald Foodie Guy has finally found a vegan product that he likes - the Aldi "No Chicken" burgers.
  • Mnoee
    Mnoee Posts: 811 Forumite
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    I mean, Coffeekup is absolutely correct, the term vegan has only been around since 1944. I remember back in 1943 when you could buy a simple falafel burger without it having 'vegan' all over the packaging. Bandwagon jumpers, the lot of them. 
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