Asda "chosen by you" strawberry spread (strawberries& cream swirl) only 39p @ ASDA - HotUKDeals
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Asda burnden park (Bolton) had loads of this stacked near the entrance. Possibly national deal as was priced via SEL (not yellow sticker)

I believe it's usually £1.50/£2ish, but was priced at 39p today.

Looks really tasty, can't wait to try it on some lovely hot white toast!
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[helper]#1
Lol @ hot on toast. oO
#2
mmmm will have to try this
#3
oh that sounds nice?
#4
It's sooo tasty :-)
#5
EmmsWeston
It's sooo tasty :-)


oh no!!! now I'm really going to have to find it!
#6
Great price, so not my thing though yeuch. Heat added.
#7
Good price but don't think I'd like it. Mind you, as nippers we used to have strawberry jam and condensed milk sandwiches so same sort of thing I suppose. Heat added.
#8
eew
2 Likes #9
Seriously, who was this chosen by? It wasn't me! I know people rip on sugar a lot on here which drives me mental but this stuff is really unspeakably grim.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda-compare-prices/jam_and_spreads/asda_chosen_by_you_strawberry_spread_400g.html

51% sugar, 37% fat, 9% !! sat fat..

Just get some jam.


Edited By: moosery2 on Aug 02, 2014 10:51
1 Like #10
A quarter of this jar is 571 cal. Has 51g of Sugar per 1/4 of Jar. Save yourself the diabetes and get something a bit healthier, even if you dont care about getting fat and unhealthy this stuff is honestly just B A D
#11
Good find if you like it but personally sounds disgusting!
2 Likes #12
FrostiesBuddy
A quarter of this jar is 571 cal. Has 51g of Sugar per 1/4 of Jar. Save yourself the diabetes and get something a bit healthier, even if you dont care about getting fat and unhealthy this stuff is honestly just B A D

Yes if you ate it everyday, as a one off very occasionally it's fine though.
#13
fishmaster
FrostiesBuddy
A quarter of this jar is 571 cal. Has 51g of Sugar per 1/4 of Jar. Save yourself the diabetes and get something a bit healthier, even if you dont care about getting fat and unhealthy this stuff is honestly just B A D

Yes if you ate it everyday, as a one off very occasionally it's fine though.

Yup - but it's a whole jar, who else is gonna eat it? I'm guessing it's also one of those "once opened eat within 3 weeks" too
1 Like #14
FrostiesBuddy
A quarter of this jar is 571 cal. Has 51g of Sugar per 1/4 of Jar. Save yourself the diabetes and get something a bit healthier, even if you dont care about getting fat and unhealthy this stuff is honestly just B A D

You don't get diabetes from sugar, that's a common misconception.

You CAN get diabetes from being fat, and you CAN get fat from eating sugar, but that's not quite the same thing.
#15
moosery2
fishmaster
FrostiesBuddy
A quarter of this jar is 571 cal. Has 51g of Sugar per 1/4 of Jar. Save yourself the diabetes and get something a bit healthier, even if you dont care about getting fat and unhealthy this stuff is honestly just B A D

Yes if you ate it everyday, as a one off very occasionally it's fine though.

Yup - but it's a whole jar, who else is gonna eat it? I'm guessing it's also one of those "once opened eat within 3 weeks" too

Everyone has choice, it's up to the person eating it to decide. Sure it's bad for health, but one jar isn't bad for you unless you eat a poor diet everyday. I wouldn't eat it as I eat clean, but the food police don't need to come here and start chastising.
#16
fishmaster
moosery2
fishmaster
FrostiesBuddy
A quarter of this jar is 571 cal. Has 51g of Sugar per 1/4 of Jar. Save yourself the diabetes and get something a bit healthier, even if you dont care about getting fat and unhealthy this stuff is honestly just B A D

Yes if you ate it everyday, as a one off very occasionally it's fine though.

Yup - but it's a whole jar, who else is gonna eat it? I'm guessing it's also one of those "once opened eat within 3 weeks" too

Everyone has choice, it's up to the person eating it to decide. Sure it's bad for health, but one jar isn't bad for you unless you eat a poor diet everyday. I wouldn't eat it as I eat clean, but the food police don't need to come here and start chastising.

I'm not the food police, I don't have a hat with "food police" written on it.
#17
Picked this stuff up a few years back when it was new for trying found it so sickly sweet

They had these in my local at this price to about a month back when I posted about a home baking clearance in asda. They also had the dark chocolate one to at the same price

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/assorted-home-baking-things-reduced-clear-from-25p-asda-instore-1943598
2 Likes #18
It doesn't matter how good or bad the product is for you, the whole point of this thread and the entire website is to find deals, not health advice. I could do the exact same thing and my opinion is that this stuff is awesome, poses little to no health issues (Moderation yo) and it would be foolish to downgrade to Jam. Then we suddenly get into arguments!
#19
Crying over a spread being bad for you, honestly - who cares? Is it tasty? Yes. Is it cheap? Yes. Buy it, enjoy it, live a little.
Get down the gym, burn it off in 20 minutes.

Don't take life so seriously, nobody makes it out alive.
#20
The 'dullards' can be forgiven as the knowledge of food is so poor and the results so severe.

By all means exercise your right to eat crap but don't kid yourself it isn't killing you (and the NHS).
1 Like #21
Besford
The 'dullards' can be forgiven as the knowledge of food is so poor and the results so severe.

By all means exercise your right to eat crap but don't kid yourself it isn't killing you (and the NHS).

cheers! Alas someone actually isn't offended by my pointing out of the facts lol.


ham_fan
Crying over a spread being bad for you, honestly - who cares? Is it tasty? Yes. Is it cheap? Yes. Buy it, enjoy it, live a little.
Get down the gym, burn it off in 20 minutes.

Don't take life so seriously, nobody makes it out alive.

Yup - this is true - exercise generally trumps diet - if you do it.

And don't you noobs try to play me the "this site is for deals" card, I've probably been here a lot longer than you have and I've seen that argument many times. It's not. This site is for deals, product reviews, discussions, banter and apparently, also for massive fights to the death over whether strawberry "flavour" spread is good for you. X)


Edited By: moosery2 on Aug 02, 2014 14:25
1 Like #22
As with most things it's all about moderation!
Even water will kill you if you drink too much too quickly!!!

Nothing wrong with this provided you don't eat it every day and combine it with both a healthy balanced diet and decent cardio exercise.
1 Like #23
How to make kids even fatter - chosen by YOU
#24
I wonder how much artificial craps has gone in to making this ?
#25
mm yummy
#26
Besford
The 'dullards' can be forgiven as the knowledge of food is so poor and the results so severe.

By all means exercise your right to eat crap but don't kid yourself it isn't killing you (and the NHS).

There's plenty of people here and elsewhere that know food is killing them, it's their choice. Choice is what we all have, the NHS will eventually die and be replaced with a USA pay up or suffer style system, it's pretty obvious that will happen, the NHS cannot be sustained. Also the benefits system is going that way too, there's pros and cons to each system. I personally think we have one of the fairest and humane systems in the world currently.

We just need to tighten up the abuse of the system, we're humans not robots, we have needs and emotions and they can lead some of us to take what isn't rightly ours, but it also means we can live lifestyles that burden the NHS, it's getting the balance right. Realistically it's not possible to get these systems 100% right, it's down to human nature, politics and personal greed will always win out in some cases. We just need to keep things fair/humane and get a balance.

The culture of blame doesn't help, stop blaming and worry about your own lives.

I will buy a pot of this and toast the NHS in irony :)

Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 03, 2014 10:36
#27
fishmaster
Besford
The 'dullards' can be forgiven as the knowledge of food is so poor and the results so severe.

By all means exercise your right to eat crap but don't kid yourself it isn't killing you (and the NHS).

There's plenty of people here and elsewhere that know food is killing them, it's their choice. Choice is what we all have, the NHS will eventually die and be replaced with a USA pay up or suffer style system, it's pretty obvious that will happen, the NHS cannot be sustained. Also the benefits system is going that way too, there's pros and cons to each system. I personally think we have one of the fairest and humane systems in the world currently.

We just need to tighten up the abuse of the system, we're humans not robots, we have needs and emotions and they can lead some of us to take what isn't rightly ours, but it also means we can live lifestyles that burden the NHS, it's getting the balance right. Realistically it's not possible to get these systems 100% right, it's down to human nature, politics and personal greed will always win out in some cases. We just need to keep things fair/humane and get a balance.

The culture of blame doesn't help, stop blaming and worry about your own lives.

I will buy a pot of this and toast the NHS in irony :)

I thought you were agreeing with me - now I'm not so sure! :|
#28
Besford
fishmaster
Besford
The 'dullards' can be forgiven as the knowledge of food is so poor and the results so severe.

By all means exercise your right to eat crap but don't kid yourself it isn't killing you (and the NHS).

There's plenty of people here and elsewhere that know food is killing them, it's their choice. Choice is what we all have, the NHS will eventually die and be replaced with a USA pay up or suffer style system, it's pretty obvious that will happen, the NHS cannot be sustained. Also the benefits system is going that way too, there's pros and cons to each system. I personally think we have one of the fairest and humane systems in the world currently.

We just need to tighten up the abuse of the system, we're humans not robots, we have needs and emotions and they can lead some of us to take what isn't rightly ours, but it also means we can live lifestyles that burden the NHS, it's getting the balance right. Realistically it's not possible to get these systems 100% right, it's down to human nature, politics and personal greed will always win out in some cases. We just need to keep things fair/humane and get a balance.

The culture of blame doesn't help, stop blaming and worry about your own lives.

I will buy a pot of this and toast the NHS in irony :)

I thought you were agreeing with me - now I'm not so sure! :|


Yeah - this stuff is cognitive dissonance - in a jar! For 39p! :D
#29
Yuck wouldn't touch it x

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