Pasty-lovers outraged as Ginsters unveil a 'Vegan Moroccan' bake

Pasty-lovers have expressed outrage after Ginsters launched a vegan pasty, dubbing it 'the end of civilisation' and complete 'blasphemy'. 

The savoury snack maker has become the latest to cash in on the vegan craze, by launching its own Vegan Moroccan Vegetable Pasty. 

It will contain ingredients such as butternut squash, chickpeas and red piquanté peppers. Which will come alongside an apricot and date filling. 

The new product, although a hit with some, has faced some criticism online with several joking about the launch. 

The savoury snack maker has become the latest to cash in on the vegan craze, by launching its own Vegan Moroccan Vegetable Pasty (pictured)

The savoury snack maker has become the latest to cash in on the vegan craze, by launching its own Vegan Moroccan Vegetable Pasty (pictured) 

The new product, although a hit with some, has faced some criticism online with several joking about the launch (above and below)

The new product, although a hit with some, has faced some criticism online with several joking about the launch (above and below)

Deborah Hosking tweeted a gif, saying: 'Do not want.' While Mark Johnson suggested the food company had jumped on the vegan 'bandwagon', saying there's 'plenty of room'.  

Others were a little harsher, with Randle McMurphy saying: 'The contents of which, like the rest of their pasties, will resemble the floor of a motorway service toilet.'         

The pasty, which will include harissa, cumin and paprika seasoning, has garnered some positive comments however. 

Writing on Facebook, Carol Robinson said: 'It's been a great year for vegan alternatives.' 

While Michael Dixon said: 'Ginster should be the national flag of Cornwall. Proper pasties.'  

And another - called Tinman - has already tried one and said: 'These are unbelievably tasty.'    

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