Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Quorn on the Cob

Puts the fun in Fungus on a stick
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<Maxwell Smart, Veggie/>And loving it</Maxwell Smart, Veggie>
thumbwax, Jun 14 2003

Prior art = Nada http://www.google.c...&btnG=Google+Search
[thumbwax, Oct 05 2004]

Vats right-wing conspiracy http://www.marlowfoods.com/
[thumbwax, Oct 05 2004]

A funny thing happened on the way to the Quorn. http://www.cspinet.org/quorn/
These guys are not getting with the program. [Amos Kito, Oct 05 2004]


       I like it so much, I bought the company.
sambwiches, Jun 14 2003

       The fact that is sold in health food stores tells me that it the products are way too expensive for the average consumer. When it shows up at Walmart I'll look at it.   

       The Quorn web sites mentions eggs and milk. Do you have any idea how they treat the chickens that lay the eggs and the calves of the cows that make the milk? Usually its quite disgusting. That leaves the fungus and some algae grown in tanks. I'm definitely for that, if it really tasts like meat.
kbecker, Jun 14 2003

       Okay, croissant, but... *ERK*
phoenix, Jun 15 2003

       I guess these ears of quorn taste like chicken ears?
FarmerJohn, Jun 15 2003

       So this is a non-meat product, pretending to be meat, pretending to be corn. Whatever next? Semolina pretending to be custard, masquerading as a cheeseburger?
Jinbish, Jun 15 2003


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