So, I am starting for real from this Sunday, just planning to order my weekly shop :) I don't eat meat, but eat fish. Is it ok to substitute for Quorn versions, or would I be better making substitutions for fish? X

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Ella Cockerell
over 3 years

Ah, I wish it was ethics! To be fair, my folks are pretty principled, so I grew up veggie and very clean. We never had Quorn back then, it didn't exist! We had lost of whole veg, beans, pulses etc. It was basically the ideal diet by today's standards, which is kind of frustrating as I bought into 'diets' instead in the 90s and we all know how that turned out. When I started eating fish I tried every kind of meat, and I mean every kind. I've eaten it all from chicken to pigs tails. I can't stand it, flavour wise and texture wise. The only meat I can stomach is pork sausages or black pudding (and yes, I know that is bizarre!!!)

Jenhamer
over 3 years

If you ethically believe in no meat that's cool but just to say I used to only eat fish as I thought it was healthier and it's only since I started seeing a clinical nutritionist in London have I realised how healthy and nutrient dense grass fed meat and free range chickens are. They contains so much goodness and I feel like have so much more energy and vitality since starting eating them again. So maybe think about adding them back in to your diet if you can. X

Ella Cockerell
over 3 years

Oh is it? Interesting. I'll go for fish. What fish do you think would work best as roast chicken replacement?? I guess a meaty fish, would monkfish be good? X

Madeleine Shaw
over 3 years

Hello lovely, I don't really recommend quorn as it's heavily process but fish would be a great substitute xxxx

autieflipper
over 3 years

Due to my cost in substituting with quorn and affordable fish