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Quorn Cocktail Sausages Review – A Meat Eaters Perceptive

Published: Mar 18, 2018

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Quorn Cocktail Sausages

As a meat eater, I have not really tried any vegetarian food before as I always keep hearing that it tastes nothing like real meat. I also have noticed that some people in the vegetarian community treat vegetarianism as almost as some kind of religion, with some people in that community even making death threats to people for eating meat.

Today, I will review Quorn Cocktail Sausages, which are a vegetarian alternative to normal pork sausages.

Price:

At 180g for £1.50, Quorn Cocktail Sausages are slightly more expensive than pork cocktail sausages, which is surprising as you don’t have to raise and slaughter a pig.

Appearance:

A Quorn Cocktail Sausage being held with my hand, towards camera.

The appearance of Quorn Cocktail Sausages is one that very closely resembles what you expect from normal pork cocktail sausages (Well, a very greasy looking one that is).

Smell:

A Quorn Cocktail Sausage, with bite taken out.

Quorn Cocktail Sausages smell like a really poor imitation of a real pork sausage. In fact, the smell makes me feel like throwing up.

Taste:

Very-yellow remains of the Quorn Cocktail Sausage, spat out onto my hand.

The Quorn Cocktail Sausages must be one of the worst tasting products I have ever eaten, well when I say eaten, I mean I could not even these vegetarian sausages as my gag reflexes would not allow me to as they tasted like what I imagine mouldy bread would (with a faint hint of sausage of some kind).

Conclusion:

Quorn Cocktail Sausages have to be some of the worst tasting food you can ever have the misfortune of eating. They taste nothing like real sausage and you should completely avoid this product.

Notice: In case you are asking about why the use by date says 30th December 2017 on it when this review was published in March 2018, I was too ill at the time to publish the review and it got forgotten about until I noticed the review when looking though files I wrote with Microsoft word.


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