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BOGOF on entire Linda McCartney range @ Sainsbury's

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I just did my shopping at Sainsbury's and they had buy-one-get-one-free on the entire Linda McCartney range. They've done this before with the odd item, but never the entire range. In my experience th… Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
I just did my shopping at Sainsbury's and they had buy-one-get-one-free on the entire Linda McCartney range. They've done this before with the odd item, but never the entire range. In my experience they usually sell out quickly as well (or they're just poor at restocking the shelves) so try to get there early in the day.

Off the top of my head, the products were:
Chicken style burgers
Mince
Sausage rolls
Sausages
Vegetarian roast with sage & onion stuffing
Lasagne
Deep filled country pie

I decided to get one of each as I've always been very impressed with the Linda McCartney stuff. The lasagne in particular is nicer than any meat version I've ever bought.

It's available online as well but they don't have as big a range on there as they did at my local store.
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#1
That should, of course, read 'two of each'. ;-)
#2
This would be a good deal, as I love Linda McCartney veggie sausages, but unfortunately this offer is not (yet) available at my local store.
#3
Strange, is it one of the smaller Sainsbury's Local stores?
banned#4
BOGOF on entire Linda McCartney range @ Sainsbury's



Wow she must be going off a bit by now!
#5
Is on at my sainsburys, got an order for delivery later
#6
great deal, thanks
#7
musicals
This would be a good deal, as I love Linda McCartney veggie sausages, but unfortunately this offer is not (yet) available at my local store.


the above was half price(89p)@tesco last friday...maybe still on offer.
#10
No, my local store (Chesham) is a large store. Will certainly go to Tesco tomorrow - and agree with all you said about Linda McCartney - it's streets ahead of its rivals.
[mod]#11
Expensive rabbit food
#12
andywedge
Expensive rabbit food


NO veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox in these superb sausages my friend.
#13
mykaloen
NO veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox in these superb sausages my friend.


but they taste SO nice!!!
#14
Shame the country pies are awful now...or at least were when they changed the packaging. Before they were great (when it was the red packaging) but when I had some a while ago they were really onioney.
#15
mykaloen
NO veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox in these superb sausages my friend.



And they have a cheek to charge more money :w00t:
#16
i LOVE the lasagnes!!!! :thumbsup:

the sausages, however, i found vile.

but well worth a trip to Sainsbury's!
#17
mykaloen
NO veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox in these superb sausages my friend.


By that you of course mean the protein we have been eating since the dawn of human existance, and one of the main reasons we have canines and incisors :) ( sorry brothers a veggie and sometimes i just want to punch him in his pasty white gaunt looking face :D )

Anyway voted hot , good deal , decent enough food when accompanied by some nice rare steak or even some still twitching lamb chops.
#18
mykaloen
NO veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox in these superb sausages my friend.


If humans were meant to be vegetarians God wouldn't have made animals taste like meat.:)
#19
We also still have an appendix:-D You can keep your lips and aholes
#20
brommy
If humans were meant to be vegetarians God wouldn't have made animals taste like meat.:)



or humans I imagine :)
#21
Lefty
or humans I imagine :)


Correct. I imagine a human would be as tasty to many animals as many animals are to humans.:thumbsup:

Looks a good deal. Perhaps a nice accompaniment to nature's natural protein?
#22
scousethief
By that you of course mean the protein we have been eating since the dawn of human existance, and one of the main reasons we have canines and incisors :) ( sorry brothers a veggie and sometimes i just want to punch him in his pasty white gaunt looking face :D )

Anyway voted hot , good deal , decent enough food when accompanied by some nice rare steak or even some still twitching lamb chops.


What ever floats your boat but you really shouldn't try to force your brother to eat meat :whistling:
#23
ezman
What ever floats your boat but you really shouldn't try to force your brother to eat meat :whistling:


come on now, this is a family forum.
#24
Thanks for that, - my wife is a veggie and lives on linda mcartney stuff. she'll be well chuffed!

+heat!
#25
Like the pies and sausage rolls (althought they are like £1.13 from Holland and Barrett) so shall be sending the misses off for some of these! (with her £20 Sainsburys vouchers).
#26
What do vegetarian worms eat ?


...........Linda McCartney
#27
mykaloen
NO veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox in these superb sausages my friend.


Nowt wrong with veins, eyeballs, ears or bollox.
#28
Exactly mate - how many healthy vegetarians do you now ?.....either anaemic or fat as fcuk from living on cheese......anyway what has a root vegetable ever done to deserve being boiled alive ;-)
#29
mikeyw
Exactly mate - how many healthy vegetarians do you now ?.....either anaemic or fat as fcuk from living on cheese......anyway what has a root vegetable ever done to deserve being boiled alive ;-)


Each to their own - but it not necessarily an unhealthy diet if planned right. I'm a vegetarian and I run 25 miles a week and walk/cycle another 15 to work and back. I can't claim to be any more healthy than my meat eating friends and colleagues but I'm certainly no less than most. Humans have pretty well evolved to eat anything and survive if not thrive.

Have to agree about the root vegetables though... And the sausages are the only things in the Linda McCartney range worth eating. The lasagne is like cheesy vomit and the pies vile.
#30
AshleyTwo
Shame the country pies are awful now...or at least were when they changed the packaging. Before they were great (when it was the red packaging) but when I had some a while ago they were really onioney.


I agree, dont like them since they changed.

The cornish pasties used to last about 5 minutes in our house, then they stopped selling them for about 5 years. We were really pleased when they brought them back, then we tasted them. Nowhere near as nice as they used to be.

Why change a good thing and make it nasty?
#31
The reason these are so cheap is because they had a load of trouble with the environmental health when they inspected the premises. Every time they went in there was always a beatle i the kitchen!!!!!
Sorry :-D
#32
mikeyw
Exactly mate - how many healthy vegetarians do you now ?.....either anaemic or fat as fcuk from living on cheese......anyway what has a root vegetable ever done to deserve being boiled alive ;-)

... Generalisation ftw!

Anaemic - Soya milk/ other alternative things are fortified with B12. As are cereals and I'm pretty sure there is quite a bit in. I've not eaten meat for 17 years and not close to being anaemic.

Fat - There is loads to eat which isnt cheese. It's just lazy veggies which just eat cheese. And there are just as many lazy meat eaters. INFACT if you got the percentage of overweight veggies and the percentage of overweight meat eaters I can guess which would be higher.
#33
Fair comment - I know plentry of fatties who spend too long in Macd's...just know you need to work harder to get all your vits / mins etc without a good ole slab of beef every now and then
#34
mikeyw
Exactly mate - how many healthy vegetarians do you now ?.....either anaemic or fat as fcuk from living on cheese......anyway what has a root vegetable ever done to deserve being boiled alive ;-)

Steven Seagal is a kick-ass vegetarian, I don't think anyone would dare call him unhealthy.

Although if you argue that being vegetarian makes you a terrible actor then I might not be able to disagree.

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