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Asda Fresh Taste Salad Bowls - £1.00 (half price)

£1.00 @ Asda
Found these at Asda. Bought a few to see me through lunches at work for this week. I bought: Spicy Chicken cous cous salad (with a spicy Moroccan style dressing) Chicken & Bacon Layered pasta sa…
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Found these at Asda. Bought a few to see me through lunches at work for this week.

I bought:
Spicy Chicken cous cous salad (with a spicy Moroccan style dressing)
Chicken & Bacon Layered pasta salad (with mayonnaise)

there was also a cheese one with no meat in it!

Original Price £2

They look pretty decent sized, and should keep me satisfied till home time (not an easy task!)

(beware, some have 2 for £3 stickers on them, some have £1 stickers on them!)
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#1
Bigger picture:

http://i47.tinypic.com/talfls.jpg
#2
Nice, going to get some veggie ones. Do these come with forks?
#3
Yeah, I think they have a little foldy fork in there.....
#4
cheers
#5
I have bought these at two for £3 and found them to be really nice and certainly worth a £1.. Hot from me.
#6
the had a chicken with ranch dressing one in my local it was really tasty! Well worth a quid.
#7
Had the chicken and bacon one-lovely!! only problem is when they have them on offer for £1 i can never get any always gone no matter what time of day i go.
#8
They had shedloads in Asda Wakefield....
banned#9
Amba_Gambla
They had shedloads in Asda Wakefield....


people tend to eat pies in Wakefield...
banned#10
I would only eat the veggie one.

The animals used in these products were probably cruelly treated :x
banned 1 Like #11
DLM
I would only eat the veggie one.

The animals used in these products were probably cruelly treated :x


They weren't exactly friendly to the veg, too
#12
DLM
I would only eat the veggie one.

The animals used in these products were probably cruelly treated :x


Their suffering adds to the tasteyness.....

Only kidding, but shut up please :w00t:
banned#13
Duggan360
Their suffering adds to the tasteyness.....

Only kidding, but shut up please :w00t:


Don't tell me to shut up!
#14
DLM
I would only eat the veggie one.

The animals used in these products were probably cruelly treated :x


1 - Then only eat the veggie version

2 - You don't know whether the animals used in these were / were not "cruelly" treated....so unless you can verify or substantiate your suspicions, best keep them to yourself perhaps?, rather than cause mischief and another pointless ping pong match..........
#15
Beware these are full of salt!!!!!
#16
Ooh brill, I love the chicken cous cous, & prawn salad:thumbsup:
#17
simon1966
Beware these are full of salt!!!!!


Not exactly 'full', 1.6g of salt to be exact, about 1/4 of the daily recommended intake I am led to believe. That 1.6g is for the chicken and salty bacon version. I would hope the salt content would be a tad lower for the othe non-bacon based variants.

Voted hot, even when they were 2 for £3, these salads were very good value.
#18
Mascherano
people tend to eat pies in Wakefield...




Yeah, rhubarb pies.
#19
These are very nice but not as healthy as they may appear, I think the nutriitional details on the front are based on half a pack.
#20
ive had the chicken & bacon and the tuna one at 2 for £3
hot from me very nice, ideal for a quick dinner you get loads in them
banned#21
Mascherano
They weren't exactly friendly to the veg, too


some rep your way for makin me laugh first thing in the mornin!

:-D
#22
DLM
I would only eat the veggie one.

The animals used in these products were probably cruelly treated :x


Obviously they have been killed!!! :w00t:
#23
Had the prawn one before, very nice. You'd struggle to make it for £1, so it's a great buy. Only problem is I don't shop at Asda, damn!
#24
Great deal!
Only for £1!
banned#25
Duggan360
Their suffering adds to the tasteyness.....

Only kidding, but shut up please :w00t:


mike23
1 - Then only eat the veggie version

2 - You don't know whether the animals used in these were / were not "cruelly" treated....so unless you can verify or substantiate your suspicions, best keep them to yourself perhaps?, rather than cause mischief and another pointless ping pong match..........


clare hope
Obviously they have been killed!!! :w00t:


Sow stalls are banned in Britain, but are widely used throughout the rest of Europe. Essentially this is an intensive-farming method for mass-producing pigs.

Pregnant sows are locked in a stall for most of their pregnancy – three months, three weeks, three days. They are moved to a slightly bigger farrowing crate to give birth and suckle their piglets. Once weaned the piglets are transported to a finishing unit.

For the sows, a month later, the cycle starts all over again. Back in heat, impregnated and back in a sow stall. And so it goes for the rest of their lives.

These pregnant pigs can't follow their natural instincts. They have to defecate where they sleep (in a normal situation a pig would keep it's nest very clean). Their muscles begin to waste and their bones soften. Sometimes their legs can't support their own weight.

These social animals can't interact. Boredom sets in, their eyes dull, and they appear in a state scientists have compared to clinical depression in humans.

Up to five years in a cage... This is the cheapest and most efficient way of producing the bacon we eat and is a method widely practised in Europe.
#26
mmmmmmm, even hotter now I've tasted one!
1 Like #27
DLM
Sow stalls are banned in Britain, but are widely used throughout the rest of Europe. Essentially this is an intensive-farming method for mass-producing pigs.

Pregnant sows are locked in a stall for most of their pregnancy – three months, three weeks, three days. They are moved to a slightly bigger farrowing crate to give birth and suckle their piglets. Once weaned the piglets are transported to a finishing unit.

For the sows, a month later, the cycle starts all over again. Back in heat, impregnated and back in a sow stall. And so it goes for the rest of their lives.

These pregnant pigs can't follow their natural instincts. They have to defecate where they sleep (in a normal situation a pig would keep it's nest very clean). Their muscles begin to waste and their bones soften. Sometimes their legs can't support their own weight.

These social animals can't interact. Boredom sets in, their eyes dull, and they appear in a state scientists have compared to clinical depression in humans.

Up to five years in a cage... This is the cheapest and most efficient way of producing the bacon we eat and is a method widely practised in Europe.


Please stop you're making me hungry! :p
1 Like #28
Duggan360
Please stop you're making me hungry! :p


Mmmmmm, bacon.

If they spend less energy walking around, then they can spend more time concentrating on being tasty!
#29
Duggan360
Their suffering adds to the tasteyness.....

Only kidding, but shut up please :w00t:



lol

they are tasty i shall stock up, yay my first post
banned#30
Duggan360
Please stop you're making me hungry! :p


lmao!
banned#31
DLM


These social animals can't interact. Boredom sets in, their eyes dull, and they appear in a state scientists have compared to clinical depression in humans.



anthropomorphise, much?
#32
really nice these, i got a couple when they were on offer for 2 for £3, there is around half a dozen different ones to choose from
#33
DLM
Sow stalls are banned in Britain, but are widely used throughout the rest of Europe.Blah blah blah...

Can you not speak for yourself, or do you have to quote fat tongued tw*t Jamie Oliver? (Without giving him credit of course)
http://www.jamieoliver.com/bacon/pigwelfare
(under Sow Stalls)
Voted hot because it's a cracking deal :D
#34
Went to asda yesterday, they had the chicken/bacon one and the cheese one on offer £1, the prawn one was 2 for £3.
#35
hmmm, was there today, and they tricked me into buying a prawn one for £2. It's going back tomorrow!

Noticed they had a tuna one and a cheese one today...
#36
Had one yesterday, really nice :-D

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