Birds Eye Vegetable Nuggets (16 per pack - 320g) ONLY £1.00 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Birds Eye Vegetable Nuggets (16 per pack - 320g) ONLY £1.00

(This is apparently Tesco's NORMAL Price although they used to charge £1.99. 2 for £3.00 in Asda and Ocado)

(These are a bit of a con as they contain ONLY 38% Vegetables (Sweetcorn, Carrot, Peas) but the way they look will means kids will eat them)
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#1
Thanks OP, these have been on my list to get. I think at £1 it's the lowest price for these.
#2
Oooooh trans fats! Mmmm :)
#3
At least there wasn't any tubed chicken meat pumped into 'em.
#4
Gosh they look so bad
#5
they are quite nice actually
#6
Hmm doesn't look too bad but I think I will stick to making sweetcorn fritters, same difference really.

Vegetables (38%) (Sweetcorn, Carrot, Peas),Water ,Wheat Flour ,Rapeseed Oil ,Potato Flakes ,Rice Starch ,Salt ,Onion Powder ,Egg White Powder ,Rice Semolina ,Yeast ,Egg Powder ,Spices ,Sugar
#7
I shall stick to unhealthy tasty food and die happy :P

but for £1 it will be good to try on the kids
#8
if they are anything like the vegetable fingers they used to do,then these will be nice,bit of heat reqd
#9
StevenBrown
I shall stick to unhealthy tasty food and die happy :P

but for £1 it will be good to try on the kids

Are you suggesting this is healthy food?!
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dean_brfc
StevenBrown
I shall stick to unhealthy tasty food and die happy :P

but for £1 it will be good to try on the kids

Are you suggesting this is healthy food?!

There are far less healthy foods and I wouldn't deem them to be UNhealthy especially if ovenbaked or grilled. Deep fried might be another matter! They also have the advantage of being milk-free for those of us who have to consider allergies, and there's an awful lot of things you would never think contain milk products until you actually have to check.
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Lou Scotland
dean_brfc
StevenBrown
I shall stick to unhealthy tasty food and die happy :P

but for £1 it will be good to try on the kids

Are you suggesting this is healthy food?!

There are far less healthy foods and I wouldn't deem them to be UNhealthy especially if ovenbaked or grilled. Deep fried might be another matter! They also have the advantage of being milk-free for those of us who have to consider allergies, and there's an awful lot of things you would never think contain milk products until you actually have to check.

But it's still not healthy food. It's a highly processed food that contains only 38% vegetables. In other words, 62% is made up of stuff that offers hardly anything in terms of nutrition.

Just very puzzled that anyone could consider frozen, processed food like this to be healthy.
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dean_brfc
Lou Scotland
dean_brfc
StevenBrown
I shall stick to unhealthy tasty food and die happy :P

but for £1 it will be good to try on the kids

Are you suggesting this is healthy food?!

There are far less healthy foods and I wouldn't deem them to be UNhealthy especially if ovenbaked or grilled. Deep fried might be another matter! They also have the advantage of being milk-free for those of us who have to consider allergies, and there's an awful lot of things you would never think contain milk products until you actually have to check.

But it's still not healthy food. It's a highly processed food that contains only 38% vegetables. In other words, 62% is made up of stuff that offers hardly anything in terms of nutrition.

Just very puzzled that anyone could consider frozen, processed food like this to be healthy.

Vegetables don't offer much either you know. They're mainly water with a bit of vitamins and minerals so I hardly eat any veg. :p

I think you are reading into this too much, no one has said this is a perfect, healthy food with 3 of your 5 a day in it but at the same time it's not going to do any harm. All the ingredients are understandable and there's no artificial stuff in. There are bigger problems in the world than analysing everything little thing you eat and if you do so all the time you will lose the enjoyment of food and variety imo.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Jul 15, 2014 17:02
#13
yrreb88
dean_brfc
Lou Scotland
dean_brfc
StevenBrown
I shall stick to unhealthy tasty food and die happy :P

but for £1 it will be good to try on the kids

Are you suggesting this is healthy food?!

There are far less healthy foods and I wouldn't deem them to be UNhealthy especially if ovenbaked or grilled. Deep fried might be another matter! They also have the advantage of being milk-free for those of us who have to consider allergies, and there's an awful lot of things you would never think contain milk products until you actually have to check.

But it's still not healthy food. It's a highly processed food that contains only 38% vegetables. In other words, 62% is made up of stuff that offers hardly anything in terms of nutrition.

Just very puzzled that anyone could consider frozen, processed food like this to be healthy.

Vegetables don't offer much either you know. They're mainly water with a bit of vitamins and minerals so I hardly eat any veg. :p

I think you are reading into this too much, no one has said this is a perfect, healthy food with 3 of your 5 a day in it but at the same time it's not going to do any harm. All the ingredients are understandable and there's no artificial stuff in. There are bigger problems in the world than analysing everything little thing you eat and if you do so all the time you will lose the enjoyment of food and variety imo.

I was only replying to one poster who said it was healthy food!

I've got a box of the fingers version in the feezer, it doesn't bother me at all. But I don't have it there to be healthy - I know it's processed junk food, but I can throw in the oven when I can't be bothered cooking proper food.


Edited By: dean_brfc on Jul 15, 2014 19:07

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