|Born in the RSR - 2018-04-08 |
I like the idea, but couldn't they find a better name?
It sounds like a hack gag.
|BiggerJ - 2018-04-08 |
SOME PEOPLE ARE ALLERGIC TO IT AND DIE... BUT THOSE PEOPLE ARE FUCKING IDIOTS.
DO YOU BUY PRE-PREPARED MEALS; IF SO, WHICH ONES? OR JUST A BIG FUCK-OFF BAG OF QUORN
As I found out, I'm one of the allergic ones, and there was no way of knowing i was because fuck if I'm ever going to eat algae and fungus protein outside of the context of "Oh, maybe I'll be vegan this week."
|Simillion - 2018-04-08 |
asimov predicted in a science fiction short called "Good Taste" in 1976 that all food of a spacefaring society would be predominantly based on fungus/bacteria//yeast grown in vats and artificially flavored.
Such a great story. Any flavors that weren't artificial were seen as a revolting concept.
|exy - 2018-04-08 |
We are Car Wars
|Maggot Brain - 2018-04-08 |
Even 30 years ago it's a bad name. Just on a glace the name looks a little "middle eastern"
|Stopheles - 2018-04-08 |
Quorn should be massively better-known. His recordings from the mid-to-late 90s are basically the template for screwed hip hop and dubstep, but is better and smarter than those by a factor of five.
|cognitivedissonance - 2018-04-08 |
The worst, most painful puke I’ve ever had was post-Quorn. It was so bad I can’t even think about the product without getting nauseous. It was one of the bone-rattling, existential barfs.
Somewhere around 3-5% of Quorn consumers have severe adverse reactions it seems.
I've never touched it because it isn't vegan (egg whites are used a a binder in the Quorn products I've seen). But I agree with the Center for Science in the Public Interest that all packages should require large print warning text.
Some of the adverse reactions have involved anaphylactic shock. I've only experienced this once, attending my senior prom date as she broke out in hives and nearly suffocated after a meal with shellfish, before I brought her to the ER. I can only imagine the consequences of bringing Quorn to rural areas without immediate medical care.
|chumbucket - 2018-04-09 |
Animated business case scroll explain set to lilting, clappy, whistely, hipster music to sell Soylent Green.
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