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Birds Eye Seaide Specials 2 Natural fillets in Breadcrumb/Batter 25p!

£0.25 @ George (Asda George)
Birds Eye Seaide Specials 2 Natural fillets in Breadcrumb/Batter was £1.78 now 25p Just been Wolstanton store Stoke-On-Trent had quite a few in. Not sure if online Read More
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Birds Eye Seaide Specials 2 Natural fillets in Breadcrumb/Batter was £1.78 now 25p

Just been Wolstanton store Stoke-On-Trent had quite a few in. Not sure if online
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#1
Just bought a load! Thanks!!
#2
just picked some up. thanks
#3
good for the money, but theres a lot of bread around a small fish!
#4
Um, fillets of what? I assume fish but what kind of fish?
#5
Is this at every ASDA or just the one the OP mentions?
#6
Whirly
Um, fillets of what? I assume fish but what kind of fish?


my point exactly!

a lot of fishy foods these days, including many of the omega 3 stuff are made from a mixture of white fish.
so it may be haddock, cod, bass etc

this completely puts me off!!!

thats why i buy cod or haddock fillets

its just a clever ploy for these companies to profiteer. mix lots of different fishes into a fish steak/finger and slap an omega 3 label on it.
#7
These were on offer a while ago for a quid in Tesco. I seem to remember them being Pollock. Not very big but good for the price.
#8
adam2116, cod stocks are low and will get even lower and more expensive.

Many manufacturers are switching to more sustainable fish to keep costs down. There are plenty of different types of fish out there, and its in our interests to try them so that we don't end up pushing cod to extinction.

Ever tried gurnard?, plenty of them in British waters and they taste just like cod.
#9
erm theyre 25p - theres a credit crunch.
why all the fuss
banned#10
we had these before must admit they are horried ... but 25p who cares
#11
I've just picked some up. Thanks
#12
There should be a fish in there, not a fishmix, its some fish whos name begins with P.. :thinking:

yes thats right its Paul the fish.. :?
#13
androo;2921307
There should be a fish in there, not a fishmix, its some fish whos name begins with P.. :thinking:

yes thats right its Paul the fish.. :?


Pollocks :thumbsup:
#14
good post is this offer nationwide
#15
donnydude
Pollocks :thumbsup:


Same to you!

:-D

Seriously though, the bread around this fish is not very nice, a bargain non the less.
#16
stalmc
erm theyre 25p - theres a credit crunch.
why all the fuss


why all the fuss? because what you put in your mouth effects your body....you wouldnt $$£" in your petrol tank would ya?
#17
wifey;2921274
we had these before must admit they are horried ... but 25p who cares

I totally agree!! Not for me, but ideal for people on a budget.
#18
Not 25p in my local Asda :(
#19
Funnily enough saw these in Iceland today for £1.
And yes..it's a load of pollocks(s)
At 25p a bargain.
Voted hot.
#20
hawkio
why all the fuss? because what you put in your mouth effects your body....you wouldnt $$£" in your petrol tank would ya?



There is nothing whatsoever wrong with Pollock, it just tastes different to Cod etc. it is probably better for you in any case, it probably has more natural oils.
#21
:thumbsup: cool just bought aload from wakefield store coolllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll stock up food crisis
#22
Nothing in the Clapham Junction store as usual. :(
#23
Bought loads from Crawley. Great find. Thanks
#24
vtailor
Is this at every ASDA or just the one the OP mentions?


Sold out in ASDA Govan, full price in ASDA Linwood :?
banned#25
whats the protein content per fish? are these any good to consume after the gym?
#26
Just to say that we have eaten quite a lot of pollack recently.

It tastes fine. If you enjoy fish, give pollack a try and like us you could be pleasantly surprised. :thumbsup:

We simply fried it in a little oil.

It got a bad name in the "old days" because it was considered the poor man's fish at a time when cod and haddock were cheap and plentiful.
#27
I went last night to asda after seeing the offer here. They didn't have any and didn't expect any in. Had other fishy items from £2.99 to £2. Not the same though :x
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scoobyscooby
whats the protein content per fish? are these any good to consume after the gym?


Protein content is good in any fish, on average I'd guess 20g per 100g of fish. However if your looking for healthy food to consume after the gym then stay away from breaded fillets of any kind! Breaded fillets are full of fat and bad carbs.
#29
i just picked up 13 at s****horpe branch shocked staff lol

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