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Flinders Ranges


Headed inland from Port Augusta first stop was Quorn, during the winter months the old Pichi Richi Steam Train runs and the town swells with over 12,000 visitors but the opposite was the case when we arrived with hardly a person in sight. 699 more words


Quorn: A Viable Meat Substitute?

My flirtations with a vegetarian lifestyle have had their ups and downs over the years.

I think I managed to live meat-free for about 6 months during my university years in the UK – but in all honesty that had more to do with my meagre finances and was secondary to any real environmental convictions. 342 more words


Quorn Bolognese

Although I eat meat, my mum is vegetarian and intolerant to cows milk, so I do a lot of (effectively) vegan cooking! This is how my mum taught me to make bolognese with quorn and it’s easily as good as the meat version. 162 more words

Chicken-and-Kale Alfredo Bake

This casserole was pretty good. My one complaint is that there wasn’t enough pasta! It only calls for 6 ounces, and I think next time I will double it! 266 more words


Quorn Mince: Here's what I think... duh duh duuuuuuh

Hey lovelies,

Last week I experimented with a product called Quorn, which is a meat substitute for vegetarians but not vegans as it contains egg. It is described as a mycoprotein, which is high in protein and low in fat. 501 more words


Non-executive Director of Quorn Foods and Monde Nissin Vijay Thakrar on what drives and boosts UK companies in the ASEAN region

“One of the big benefits of, again, partnering with Monde Nissin was that it’s headquartered in the Philippines, so it’s already in ASEAN. The 650 million people that are already there – rising middle class – that was an attractive proposition for us. 56 more words