Can Vegans eat Linda McCartney sausages?

Yes, Linda McCartney Sausages are vegan-friendly! This includes the original sausages, the red onion and rosemary sausages, the chorizo and red pepper sausages and the Lincolnshire sausages. So, you’ve got lots of choices for your next vegan bangers and mash.

Was Linda McCartney vegan or vegetarian?

Linda became an animal rights activist and wrote and published several vegetarian cookbooks. She also founded the Linda McCartney Foods company with her husband. In 1995 she was diagnosed with breast cancer and died from the disease in 1998 at the age of 56 in Tucson, Arizona.

Linda McCartney
Website LindaMcCartney.com

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Are baked beans vegan?

Yes, baked beans are vegan-friendly as, in their simplest form, they’re white beans and a tomato sauce. Tinned supermarket versions often contain lots of sugar and preservatives, but these are also suitable for vegans.

Does Aldi sell Linda McCartney?

Aldi are doing a special offer on Linda McCartney sausages and burgers at the moment. Sausages, 300g, €1.29. cool!

Which Linda McCartney sausages are best?

Linda McCartney Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages

Our personal favourites are the red onion and rosemary thanks to their punchy flavour which can be grilled or baked in the oven. Linda McCartney’s vegan and vegetarian products are stocked at most major supermarkets as well as at Budgens, Co-op, Holland & Barrett and Lidl.

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What do Linda McCartney sausages taste like?

A – Linda McCartney – 4/10

Doesn’t smell or taste like a sausage though. Not an awful texture, and perfectly edible, but very bland and no particular flavour.