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ASDA Whole leg of lamb £4.00 per kg

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adyorton5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
£4 per kg for asda whole leg of lamb. Reduced from £7.90 per kg.
Instore not sure about online.
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adyorton5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
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bonecrusher9000#1
You may want to put the £4 per KG part in the title because it is potentially misleading :thumbsup:

Good deal though, heat added
lottysdad08banned#2
bonecrusher9000
You may want to put the £4 per KG part in the title because it is potentially misleading :thumbsup:

Good deal though, heat added


Just gonna say the same, good spot by op
adyorton#3
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pet2000#4
Good price if fresh and British (same price is permanent @Netto for frozen Newzealand lamb)
Dave-T#5
Thanks I'll look out for this. Personally for flavour I can't tell difference between British, NZ or Australian, and we often wind up freezing them anyway - but maybe that's just me!
tek-monkey#6
Nice spot, ta :)
raefil#7
Picked one up yesterday from Horwich Asda. Australian Lamb. One word of warning tho there arent many in the stores.
nihcaj#8
Dave-T;7019777
Thanks I'll look out for this. Personally for flavour I can't tell difference between British, NZ or Australian, and we often wind up freezing them anyway - but maybe that's just me!


The freezing is probably why you can't tell the difference then!
Don't get me wrong, I have no qualms about buying frozen meat, or even freezing it at home (especially if it is a good price), but it doesn't do anything any favours, especially texture which is bound to have it's impact on taste :-(

This is a good price, particularly for this time of year too - I noticed the Asda flyer that came with my local free paper didn't specify where it was from either, but I would be surprised if it wasn't of British origin this time of year, as Antipodean sheep are going to be either too young (this year), hence a premium price, or too old (last year's lambs - I would rather have lamb a bit older personally!) because it's late spring there, and other European lamb prices are usually much more expensive than ours all the time.
tek-monkey#9
Got one today in Stafford, still a few left but most were marked full price. Don't think they'll sell!

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