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#1
good deal as they are fresh- thanks
#2
what weight is it?
#3
badgerrules
what weight is it?


£5.50 per kilo gram so roughly just under 1/2 a kilo:thumbsup:
#4
badgerrules
what weight is it?


546g - You know that common produce weight of 546g :w00t:
#5
http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Global/Offers/496x279_Offers_hero_v2.jpg
#6
tightasagnatschu
546g - You know that common produce weight of 546g :w00t:


?????????



BTW: when Morrisons offer finish, go to Netto. Their price is £5 per 1kg permanent.
#7
I have been eating a lot of chicken lately and have noticed more supermarkets leaving the tendons in just to make up the weight, Asda is terrible for it. Morrisons and Iceland most of the time are ok but the other day after winning a voucher to spend in M&S I got their chicken and theirs was a massive difference but you do pay for it. Their chicken was on offer at £7.50 a kilo but normal price was around £13 a kilo and it wasnt organic.
#8
Bargain, No morrisons near me but I'll deffinately go to my nearest one to pick up loads of these.
Chicken isn't expensive but can be costly when you need to eat 3-4 chicken breasts a day in your training regime. Hot from me
#9
dealsonmeals
Bargain, No morrisons near me but I'll deffinately go to my nearest one to pick up loads of these.
Chicken isn't expensive but can be costly when you need to eat 3-4 chicken breasts a day in your training regime. Hot from me


You don't NEED to eat it, you have chosen to eat it as your lifestyle choice.

If I said I NEED to drive an Aston Martin I doubt whether anyone would take me seriously. :whistling:
#10
bigsky
You don't NEED to eat it, you have chosen to eat it as your lifestyle choice.

Maybe this training regime is required for a career choice rather than a lifestyle choice?


bigsky

If I said I NEED to drive an Aston Martin I doubt whether anyone would take me seriously. :whistling:


I would if you were a chauffeur with rich clients...;-)
#11
Thats 3 hot deals in a row.

Nice one :thumbsup:
#12
bigsky
You don't NEED to eat it, you have chosen to eat it as your lifestyle choice.

If I said I NEED to drive an Aston Martin I doubt whether anyone would take me seriously. :whistling:


who flippin cares. get a life.
#13
Nellster
who flippin cares. get a life.


I agree with you, and I lol'd :)
#14
Co-op regularly do offers on their chicken around this price and theirs is higher welfare. Obviously if you can't get to a co-op then that doesn't help but I don't buy sh*t chicken anymore.
banned#15
Don't Buy Cheap Chicken!!!!!
#16
I'll buy what I like.

didn't take the meat nazi's long to turn up
banned#17
Rich44
I'll buy what I like.

didn't take the meat nazi's long to turn up


Meat Nazi? Nice combination.

Just saying, buying chicken that has spent it's life in a cage, cramped with other chickens defecating on each other before being killed, water soaked in a big tumble machine (to bulk them up a bit) isn't my idea of a nice meal.

But hey, who am I to rock the boat? (apart from being a meat nazi!)
#18
JonnyTwoToes
Don't Buy Cheap Chicken!!!!!


And who are you to tell people what to do? The only surprise in this thread was that it wasn't till page 2 that the judgmental free range/organic/veggie holier than thou brigade turned up.:whistling:
#19
I personally wont buy it because the chickens haven't had a life, and won't have seen daylight in their short lives, but that's my choice.
#20
Intrepid
And who are you to tell people what to do? The only surprise in this thread was that it wasn't till page 2 that the judgmental free range/organic/veggie holier than thou brigade turned up.:whistling:


Bravo, well said. It is your inalienable right to gorge yourself with rubbish. Don't let Meat Nazis tell you different
banned#21
Intrepid
And who are you to tell people what to do? The only surprise in this thread was that it wasn't till page 2 that the judgmental free range/organic/veggie holier than thou brigade turned up.:whistling:


See above reply to the other chicken connoisseur.
banned#22
Flombard
Bravo, well said. It is your inalienable right to gorge yourself with rubbish. Don't let Meat Nazis tell you different


I witnessed a barrage of TFOA's (Two For One Addicts) and SOP's (Special Offer Puppets) at Morrisons just now - and no I don't usually shop there.

If some of these people spent more time reading the labels on the food than the 'Special Offer' tags, maybe there wouldn't be a place for battery farmed chickens.

Then again, maybe then can't tell the difference.

A matter of taste me thinks.
#23
JonnyTwoToes
Don't Buy Cheap Chicken!!!!!


I bet you gorge on KFC at the weekend.
#24
williham
Co-op regularly do offers on their chicken around this price and theirs is higher welfare. Obviously if you can't get to a co-op then that doesn't help but I don't buy sh*t chicken anymore.


Co-op chicken is still caged - not a huge leap in welfare standards like the Co-op want you to think.
#25
Bargain.
#26
JonnyTwoToes
I witnessed a barrage of TFOA's (Two For One Addicts) and SOP's (Special Offer Puppets) at Morrisons just now - and no I don't usually shop there.

If some of these people spent more time reading the labels on the food than the 'Special Offer' tags, maybe there wouldn't be a place for battery farmed chickens.


So, just to be clear, you don't like special offers and you don't like battery farmed chicken?


Jog on.:thumbsup:
banned#27
Intrepid
So, just to be clear, you don't like special offers and you don't like battery farmed chicken?


Jog on.:thumbsup:


I like special offers on good food. Not that hard to understand is it?

I would return the jog on comment, however I am not sure if you're healthy enough to do so!
#28
JonnyTwoToes
Don't Buy Cheap Chicken!!!!!


Who are you to tell others what to buy, or not to buy?:x

I love cheap chicken, eat it all of the time, and will continue to do so.
banned#29
Inactive
Who are you to tell others what to buy, or not to buy?:x

I love cheap chicken, eat it all of the time, and will continue to do so.


Cheap. And the chicken is too.
#30
Does anyone know when this offer ends?
#31
i voted cold because my local butcher is doing 3 medium chickens for £5, which is better deal and local as well.
banned#32
irshybar
i voted cold because my local butcher is doing 3 medium chickens for £5, which is better deal and local as well.


I always use my butcher. You can have a conversation with them and ask where the meat has come from.
#33
JonnyTwoToes
I always use my butcher. You can have a conversation with them and ask where the meat has come from.


Yea, of course all Butchers are totally honest people.. :roll:

They probably buy them from Tesco/Asda/Sainsburys.. :whistling:
#34
Inactive
Yea, of course all Butchers are totally honest people.. :roll:

They probably buy them from Tesco/Asda/Sainsburys.. :whistling:


That would be ridiculous. The mainstream supermarkets have simultaneously overpriced meat AND dropped the average quality over the years. So it comes as a pleasant surprise to many people that a local butcher can often beat supermarket prices and can certainly exceed supermarket quality.
banned#35
Inactive
Yea, of course all Butchers are totally honest people.. :roll:

They probably buy them from Tesco/Asda/Sainsburys.. :whistling:


Oh dear, that bad quality meat is really beginning to show with your posts.
#36
JonnyTwoToes
Oh dear, that bad quality meat is really beginning to show with your posts.


Ditto with yours.:roll:
banned#37
Inactive
Ditto with yours.:roll:


That's an amazing come back. How did you think of that? What with all the water filled chicken, that brain of yours is really cooking!
#38
JonnyTwoToes
I always use my butcher. You can have a conversation with them and ask where the meat has come from.


Does your butcher supply free range chicken then? If so, what is his price out of interest?
banned#39
moob
Does your butcher supply free range chicken then? If so, what is his price out of interest?


We buy chicken breasts, and get 12 for £12.99. They come complete with the mini fillets attached so they are very big.

HERE is you need to check
#40
JonnyTwoToes
We buy chicken breasts, and get 12 for £12.99. They come complete with the mini fillets attached so they are very big.

HERE is you need to check


So, are they free range, can't see anything on their website that says so?

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