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I'm not sure what's exactly in it.  Pulses, beans and spices, I think.  I can't remember who makes the one I always get, but I'd recognise the packaging.  lol
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I'm not sure what's exactly in it.  Pulses, beans and spices, I think.  I can't remember who makes the one I always get, but I'd recognise the packaging.  lol

Right ..... got that ..... send me a photograph of you and details of the supermarket you shop at for the Veggie Haggis, and I'll take it from there ..... Very Happy
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Right ..... got that ..... send me a photograph of you and details of the supermarket you shop at for the Veggie Haggis, and I'll take it from there ..... Very Happy
I'm trying to find a pic of the make...
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^ Hall's - that's the one.  Haven't tried MacSween's. 
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I'm not sure what's exactly in it.  Pulses,
Cant beat them.
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Cant beat them.
You're just coming out of your box and jumping on the lid 'cos you're going to the US Open!  :p
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^ Hall's - that's the one.  Haven't tried MacSween's. 

Oh, Halls ..... that brand is available all over the place.  Will have to have a look next time I'm in Tesco's ...  does it actually taste anything like a haggis, or something else entirely ...
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Oh, Halls ..... that brand is available all over the place.  Will have to have a look next time I'm in Tesco's ...  does it actually taste anything like a haggis, or something else entirely ...
It tastes great. I like regular haggis, but I'm not keen to eat it, given what's in it.  I'm also a sucker for mealy pudding. 
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It tastes great. I like regular haggis, but I'm not keen to eat it, given what's in it.  I'm also a sucker for mealy pudding. 

Yes ... that's the problem with real haggis .... it's hard to get past what's in it.  Is the veggie one available all the year round or just in January?

Speaking of mealie puddings which I also love .... the store bought skirlie is just fantastic!  Speyside I think is the brand name, and definitely not worth while starting from scratch when this is available.  It only takes 90 seconds in the microwave ....
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Yes ... that's the problem with real haggis .... it's hard to get past what's in it.  Is the veggie one available all the year round or just in January?

Speaking of mealie puddings which I also love .... the store bought skirlie is just fantastic!  Speyside I think is the brand name, and definitely not worth while starting from scratch when this is available.  It only takes 90 seconds in the microwave ....
Little tongue man

The veggie haggis is available all year round, as is regular haggis. 
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Little tongue man

The veggie haggis is available all year round, as is regular haggis. 

Going to look out for that and will give it a whirl ....

Thanks to Iris and Elly both .....
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Veggie haggis was great but I'm still feeling stuffed.  It was a Hall's haggis bought in Tesco and available all year round.  I try not to think what is in a real haggis ugh!
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Haven't had haggis in a while, a plate of haggis, mashed potatoes and turnip with some oatcakes is one of the nicest meals you can get. Little tongue man
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Do they still sell haggis in the chip shops?
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Do they still sell haggis in the chip shops?
Yup. Well battered and deep fried...  yuk
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