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Where to buy Veggie Burgers, Sausages, Quorn in Bangkok?


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Hey all,

 

just wondering if anyone knows where to buy veggie sausages etc.? Usually they come frozen, checked out big supermarkets but no luck....maybe someone out there can help?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Hey Tipi,

 

You can find a variety of vegan products at Tops, Gourmet Market, Villa. You can also order online and check more local vegan (เจ) eateries.

If you are interested, we have a small group on Facebook called "Vegans of Bangkok" to share info.

 

Cheers,

Federico

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57 minutes ago, BigT73 said:

I understand the imatating of meat products to vege,  but is Quorn a imatation of corn and why?

Google is your friend ?

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=quorn

 

"Quorn is a meat substitute product originating in the UK and sold primarily in Europe, but also available in 19 countries.[1] Quorn is sold as both a cooking ingredient and as the meat substitute used in a range of prepackaged meals.

All Quorn foods contain mycoprotein as an ingredient, which is derived from the Fusarium venenatum fungus and is grown by fermentation.[2] In most Quorn products, the fungus culture is dried and mixed with egg albumen, which acts as a binder, and then is adjusted in texture and pressed into various forms. A vegan formulation also exists that uses potato protein as a binder instead of egg albumen."

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4 minutes ago, FredB said:

Google is your friend ?

As so he trys to make you believe that, Have you ever used google translate?  He must really have a good laugh when  you make a ass of yourself.  Thanks for the rest of the reply!

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17 hours ago, BigT73 said:

As so he trys to make you believe that, Have you ever used google translate?  He must really have a good laugh when  you make a ass of yourself.  Thanks for the rest of the reply!

Google translate works great where languages have a similar structure, such as across Europe. Asian languages are too different to make much headway with this, no one has yet produced a reliable translation programme, given that so many variables are involved.

He didn't refer to google translate anyway, just google. The basic search engine is very efficient when it comes to simple enquiries such as looking up what Quorn is, so not sure what point you're making. 

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5 hours ago, lamyai3 said:

Google translate works great where languages have a similar structure, such as across Europe. Asian languages are too different to make much headway with this, no one has yet produced a reliable translation programme, given that so many variables are involved.

He didn't refer to google translate anyway, just google. The basic search engine is very efficient when it comes to simple enquiries such as looking up what Quorn is, so not sure what point you're making. 

Im guessing your not into humour?

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