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I love a good sausage.
Of course there are a million jokes in the above statement, but I’ve no time for playground humour. I’m too busy stuffing my FGV mouth full of a new savoury delight. Meet the the meat-free Red Onion & Rosemary sausages from Linda McCartney Foods.
I discovered these special edition sausages in my local Tesco and the time between buying and eating was brief indeed. Josh had just created a lovely serving of baked almond cheese that required eating. We rustled together a mammoth meal featuring salad topped in his vegan creations and accompanied it with the new sausages and some piping hot fries.
Like the original Linda McCartney sausages, the new flavour can be a little on the dry side but they do have a wonderful texture that I adore. I have been eating them for years and the addition of rosemary and onion has given an old friend a new lease on life. If they stick around, I will certainly choose the new flavour over the original.
Let’s hope this new vegan product is the start of the company moving toward a completely plant-based line of foods.
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They sound good; that’s a nice combination of flavours.
I had no idea Linda McCartney sausages were vegan! Thanks so much for the info.
Not all Linda McCartney products are vegan (some of the sausages have cheese in), so check the packaging for “vegan friendly” and you’re good to go!
Very cool that some of that line is taking the vegan trend.
These are the bollocks! The original flavour get discarded in the bottom of the freezer now
Well I love a good sausage, too! 😉 Too bad they don’t sell this here, but it gives me [another] reason to venture across the pond. I’m past due.
I like those sausages too. Not so keen on the advert for waitrose Beef mince on the bottom of your page. Can you not get a Vegan sponsor?
I don’t get paid for those ads. Do you wanna sponsor me to move off of here?! Please!
No I am skint, sorry. Maybe some of those Vegan/Veggie businesses that you do such a great job of promoting could help out.