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30 Medium eggs in tray WAS £3 NOW £2.50 @ asda

£2.50 @ Asda
not sure if instore only i guess it should be online too plus nationwide GO ON..... GET SCRAMBLING! dont forget to pop on a generous handful of cathedral mature cheese in the mix and slam dunk it … Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
not sure if instore only i guess it should be online too plus nationwide

GO ON..... GET SCRAMBLING! dont forget to pop on a generous handful of cathedral mature cheese in the mix and slam dunk it on a lightly toasted english muffin.........splendid ;)
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#2


yo snap! i need one too! am using a samsung q1 tablet pc with the on screen keyboard at the moment which is anoying hence the short listing! :-(
#3
very good offer for medium eggs...considering they cost £1.50 for 15 odd sized eggs, i have a huge family and these will go down nicely
#4


crap like this explains why you have over 13k posts under ur belt!
#5
cracking deal
#6
If they're not free range, I wouldn't touch them.
#7
Gball
If they're not free range, I wouldn't touch them.


+1
#8
Gball
If they're not free range, I wouldn't touch them.


If you start to worry about what goes on with the Animal/Birds before you go to eat them, Then you would end-up eating Cornflakes everyday for the rest of your life.
#9
WheresMeNuts
If you start to worry about what goes on with the Animal/Birds before you go to eat them, Then you would end-up eating Cornflakes everyday for the rest of your life.


I very much doubt that. There's nothing wrong with caring about animals and their welfare.

Some people are vegetarian so wouldn't actually be eating the animal but will eat eggs & dairy products from ethical sources.

How does your argument with the cornflakes work? Wouldn't you need milk for them? Wouldn't they be worrying about the cow?
#10
subsoniccoyote
I very much doubt that. There's nothing wrong with caring about animals and their welfare.

Some people are vegetarian so wouldn't actually be eating the animal but will eat eggs & dairy products from ethical sources.

How does your argument with the cornflakes work? Wouldn't you need milk for them? Wouldn't they be worrying about the cow?


It sounds like these people worry about everything.
#11
i havent voted yet as a good price yes but if its not free range then its cold from me!
i care about animals and there wellbeing as much as i can :)
#12
WheresMeNuts
If you start to worry about what goes on with the Animal/Birds before you go to eat them, Then you would end-up eating Cornflakes everyday for the rest of your life.


And you have no taste!
#13
lawe
And you have no taste!


That's funny I've been a Chef for just over 20 Years & all this time people where telling lies when they said my food was nice :roll:
#14
Seriously im all for free range but I dont enforce it on others!!
#15
WheresMeNuts
That's funny I've been a Chef for just over 20 Years & all this time people where telling lies when they said my food was nice :roll:


Must be in one of those white vans in a layby :p
#16
yasmo10
crap like this explains why you have over 13k posts under ur belt!

And that attitude is what'll get you far in life son. Keep going at your rate and you'll be a Toilet Attendant before you know it.

Grow up!
#17
lawe
Must be in one of those white vans in a layby :p


The truth is I'm working on a Private golf club just now, But even when I worked in the Hotels & Restaurant trade we always used the cheapest eggs available & I have never ever have been asked by a customer "are the Eggs you serve Free Range" :?

I know some people do like to make a fuss about nothing, for crying out loud they want to pay OTT price for Free Range eggs because they feel sorry for a chicken[SIZE="2"] & then[/SIZE] they go & eat it's Kid.:thinking:
#18
WheresMeNuts
The truth is I'm working on a Private golf club just now, But even when I worked in the Hotels & Restaurant trade we always used the cheapest eggs available & I have never ever have been asked by a customer "are the Eggs you serve Free Range" :?

I know some people do like to make a fuss about nothing, for crying out loud they want to pay OTT price for Free Range eggs because they feel sorry for a chicken[SIZE="2"] & then[/SIZE] they go & eat it's Kid.:thinking:


Agree that the catering side of business use the cheap-est (:whistling:) of what they can get.
But you do have to feel sorry sometimes for the chicken as some do not have the best of lives.

Now off to have a egg butty! :w00t::-D
#19
tbh we need to start worrying about the lifes of humans and the conditions they live in at the poor end of the scale rather than chickens. lol.
no one would care if there wasnt a tv program about it. no ones actually interested in researching where thier food comes from... just finding it out while they put thier feet up and watch tv. And then taking the moral high ground when anyone cant actually afford this free range stuff.
priorities are in wrong place these days.
#20
Chris206
tbh we need to start worrying about the lifes of humans and the conditions they live in at the poor end of the scale rather than chickens. lol.
no one would care if there wasnt a tv program about it. no ones actually interested in researching where thier food comes from... just finding it out while they put thier feet up and watch tv. And then taking the moral high ground when anyone cant actually afford this free range stuff.
priorities are in wrong place these days.


Hell yeah, if people bought quality food there would be no cash left for booze, fags, console games and other similar useless crap...
#21
There was a guy dropped his tray of eggs in asda car park last week, poor guy, most smashed on the floor, i felt sorry for him!.

Just a week or so earlier, and they would have all landed in snow, :w00t:
#22
Blasphemous
And that attitude is what'll get you far in life son. Keep going at your rate and you'll be a Toilet Attendant before you know it.

Grow up!


sorry dad! you know best seeing as you know more about my life and where i'm heading in the future career wise than i do myself. never knew that pointing out a persons irrelevant comment at the beginning of this thread would have me out of my career as a trainee dentist and land me into cleaning toilets. if i need a life coach i'll come see you pops!
#23
another chicken thread...............im in

subscribed

death to the chickens!!!!
#24
yasmo10
sorry dad! you know best seeing as you know more about my life and where i'm heading in the future career wise than i do myself. never knew that pointing out a persons irrelevant comment at the beginning of this thread would have me out of my career as a trainee dentist and land me into cleaning toilets. if i need a life coach i'll come see you pops!
yasmo, I have to admit I have no idea what Shengis was on about with that post but my point (perhaps poorly made), was that your comment was actually also 'irrelevant' to the thread (ALL of what we have BOTH said is irrelevant to the thread). I in turn made a comment about your post but you went on the defensive which was the effect that my wording was designed achieve, I was 'reflecting' your style of attack. I think you let yourself down with at least one of your choice of words in your original post (just my opinion). There's nothing wrong in challenging someone on what they have to say but putting your point across in an intelligent and professional manner immediately lends weight to your position. You're obviously and intelligent person, don't lower your standards.

Anyway, we digress (yet again! :-D). May I wish you good luck with your future career and say that I hope it works out for you and that you go on to become a caring professional.
#25
....back on topic!.....

thanks for posting, good price but prob not a lot more egg for your money than Iceland's 15 large eggs for £1.50.
And no, they aren't free range either. :)
#26
Blasphemous
yasmo, I have to admit I have no idea what Shengis was on about with that post


This : 30 MeDiUm EgG TrAy £2.50 @ asda

Also did it on the milk tray deal ;-)
#27
Shengis
This : 30 MeDiUm EgG TrAy £2.50 @ asda

Also did it on the milk tray deal ;-)
Shengis, I'm starting to come round to yasmo's way of thinking... what the hell are you on about?

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