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 Post subject: Re: New Products - what have you found?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:47 pm 
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I knew you guys would have tried the Parmesan. I impulse bought two and am now desperate to buy them, I think risotto is a good shout.

Also, what the fizzle is pouring yogurt? Other than... yogurt you pour? Are people not allowed to pour normal yogurt?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:11 pm 
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Also, what the fizzle is pouring yogurt? Other than... yogurt you pour? Are people not allowed to pour normal yogurt?

i haven't seen or tried this particular kind, but i imagine it's more of a drinkable consistency (like kefir) than regular yoghurt.

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 Post subject: Re: New Products - what have you found?
PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:09 pm 
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I just tried the Redwood Fish Style Steaks. So. Good. They're just like those nasty frozen fish portions I used to eat when I was younger. I could live off those things. I ate both of the ones in the package and could totally eat more right now.

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Well, I thought I posted about this on here, but I guess not. Mornflake make a cereal called Chocolatey Squares that reminds me a lot of Speculoos cereal. It's chocolate pillows filled with chocolate/hazelnut spread. They're amazingly delicious. A 30g serving barely covers the bottom of a bowl, but man, are they good.


This is one of the best heads ups I've ever had. This cereal is deliiiicious.


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 Post subject: Re: New Products - what have you found?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:31 am 
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I just tried the Redwood Fish Style Steaks. So. Good. They're just like those nasty frozen fish portions I used to eat when I was younger. I could live off those things. I ate both of the ones in the package and could totally eat more right now.

They are really good, I had them yesterday. I already told you that on facebook but whateverrr.

I have found they are better baked than pan friend. They totally fell apart when I fried them but when I baked them yesterday they were perfect. I wish I'd bought 2 packs so I could have them again tonight.

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I had them totally dirty in flabby white rolls, one with marge and ketchup and one with a sort of homemade tartare sauce. I want them now.

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Craving them with mushy peas and chips.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2012 2:51 pm 
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I had them totally dirty in flabby white rolls, one with marge and ketchup and one with a sort of homemade tartare sauce. I want them now.

I ate mine with noochy Smash and steamed veg (like I would pregan, except that was without the veg), but I'm loving this idea.

baps, I made mine under the grill, so almost baked. I can see how they'd fall apart being fried because mine almost fell apart when I flipped them.

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 Post subject: Re: New Products - what have you found?
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I had mine with noochy smash too - and mushy peas! So rad.

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I found Mini Moos in Single Step HFS in Lancaster!! The ones i got were 'hunny-comb' so i was desperately hoping for a vegan crunchie. They are yummy altho no crunchie. And i'm not a huge fan of moo free chocolate, I think it tastes a bit like cheap cooking chocolate.

But vegan 9almost) crunchies!!! wooooo!


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Anyone tried Swedish Glace Pearl lollies yet? They had them in my local hfs today, and they looked like a reeeeeally tiny fruity Magnum. But I was too mean to pay the 80p to try it withoutthe security of a PPK recommendation.

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Anyone tried Swedish Glace Pearl lollies yet? They had them in my local hfs today, and they looked like a reeeeeally tiny fruity Magnum. But I was too mean to pay the 80p to try it withoutthe security of a PPK recommendation.


yeah because the PPK always gets everything right.

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 Post subject: Re: New Products - what have you found?
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Efcliz wrote:
Ruby Rose wrote:
Anyone tried Swedish Glace Pearl lollies yet? They had them in my local hfs today, and they looked like a reeeeeally tiny fruity Magnum. But I was too mean to pay the 80p to try it withoutthe security of a PPK recommendation.


yeah because the PPK always gets everything right.


Every one (of two) I've had has been smashed! Just bits of chocolate and super sweet ice cream and a stick in a bag. Rubbish. And reallyreally sweet. But the tofutti cones are delicious!


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Went to massive tescos today, found some new things :)
They are selling Amy's kitchen light and lean spaghetti and meatballs type of meal, and if you go to the free from froezen section, you may find yourself a new brand of dairy free chocolate ice cream, the main ingredient seemed to be coconut milk, however it seemed a bit pricey so skipped on that one, and went and grabbed a dairy free lemon cheesecake made by swedish glace!
Oh and grabbed some foxed dark chocolate chunk cookies while I was there.


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Oh and grabbed some foxed dark chocolate chunk cookies while I was there.


Link please? Vegan store bought chocolate chunk cookies aren't something I've seen before & I <3 chocolate chunk cookies!

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Yeah what brand are they!

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 Post subject: Re: New Products - what have you found?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2012 2:42 pm 
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Fox's dark chocolate chunk biscuits look like they're vegan. The allergen label claims that they have milk in them, but there's no milk or any milk by-products in the ingredients list.

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Fox's..

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/#/tesco-price-comparison/chocolate_biscuits/foxs_chunkie_dark_chocolate_cookies_200g.html

They say contain milk, but there is no obvious milk ingredients on the packet

Someone cleared this up on veganfitness-

http://www.veganfitness.net/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=23673

I think it depends on where you stand, personally, I will consume products which have the warnings as a precautionary thing (eg. may contain traces)


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OMG so awesome!! I can't wait to go to sleep now so that I can get up tomorrow & go & hunt for those biscuits!

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Make sure you go to a big supermarket! The smaller ones don't seem to stock them!


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Oh and for anyone who is interested.. here is a good website, this is how I found out about them stocking the cheesecake!
Lots of reviews on different products and where to find them!

http://veggies.co.uk/


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:31 am 
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I tried the fishless cakes, and I actually kinda liked them. Not nearly as much as I liked the steaks (which were AMAZING), but they weren't as bad as I thought they'd be based on everyone else's feedback.

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Oh shiitake you guys, I almost forgot. Jus Rol pain au chocolat (fridge section with the other pastry products) seems to be vegan! I had a quick look when I was at Asda the other day, so I might have missed something, but I'm pretty sure I was about to put it in my basket before I realised I still don't have a way to cook it.

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rachell37 wrote:
Oh shiitake you guys, I almost forgot. Jus Rol pain au chocolat (fridge section with the other pastry products) seems to be vegan! I had a quick look when I was at Asda the other day, so I might have missed something, but I'm pretty sure I was about to put it in my basket before I realised I still don't have a way to cook it.

They are vegan and really good too. Those Foxes dark chocolate chunk cookies are also gorgeous.


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