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#1 Old 11-22-2016, 03:20 PM
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Cool Quorn's Turkey is yummie!

I don't know where I posted this before (which website or anything), but it is Quorn brand Turkey that tastes just like dark meat turkey. I love it! Tofurky brand, might contain gluten. Quorn brand is gluten free. When I could digest real mccoy, I hated Turkey. I tolerated the dark meat turkey and totally detested the white meat. But, Quorn's turkey i absolutely love!
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I don't know where I posted this before (which website or anything), but it is Quorn brand Turkey that tastes just like dark meat turkey. I love it! Tofurky brand, might contain gluten. Quorn brand is gluten free. When I could digest real mccoy, I hated Turkey. I tolerated the dark meat turkey and totally detested the white meat. But, Quorn's turkey i absolutely love!

That's fantastic! I haven't yet tried Quorn.

One thing to be aware of is that some Quorn products contain milk and/or eggs: https://www.google.com/#q=quorn+turkey+ingredients
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One thing to be aware of is that some Quorn products contain milk and/or eggs:

Most Quorn products contain eggs, used as a binder. Most don't contain milk, although it looks like the turkey does. Only a few of the recent items in their product line are vegan. Of the vegan ones, the best tasting and most versatile are Quorn Vegan Chik'n Tenders and Quorn Vegan Chik'n Cutlets.
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#4 Old 11-22-2016, 09:14 PM
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As for the turkey, I haven't tried it. Thanks for the tip, Tpkeyteroo.
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I didn't notice milk in the Roast Turkey. If it does contain dairy, and I missed it, then I can't eat it anymore. However, I can't go "only support vegan companies" as I have too many food restrictions.


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