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|, on 12/8/2005 03:45pm|
What's quorn, exactly? A vegetarian guest said he eats it, but we got interrupted, and then I forgot to ask him what it was. There's an entry in only one of our three dictionaries, but it says only that it's made from a kind of fungus. Mamta says it contains egg. Can vegetarian guests from Britain buy it easily in the UK and bring it with them to France?
|Mamta, on 12/8/2005 04:28pm|
Quorn is not suitable for people who are vegans. See Quorn UK website: http://www.quorn.co.uk//cmpage.aspx?section=WhatIsQuorn
Look at Qurn website at http://www.quorncomments.com/faq.htm#faq1 It says:
"Q3: Who are Quorn. foods suitable for?
A. Quorn. foods are suitable for all (except strict vegans . they contain eggs and milk), who are interested in great tasting foods which contribute to a healthy lifestyle."
I am sure your friends can bring it in a chiller bag. It is not far to France from here!
If you come up with any nice recipes, do share them with us.
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