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Butcher's Market Beef Mince - 23% Fat (500g) was £1.69 now £1.00 @ Iceland

£1.00 @ Iceland
The Butcher's Market British Beef Mince Typically 23% Fat 500g for £1 Available for just 7 daysonline and instore Read More
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The Butcher's Market British Beef Mince Typically 23% Fat 500g for £1

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1 Like #1
Thats pretty good even with the higher fat content(which works well for a lot of uses)

HOT ;)
1 Like #2
really good buy, is it their weekly flash deal offer? I thought Morrison's was cheap at £3 for 1kg
#3
The lamb and pork deals posted earlier this week are much better.
#4
This is not organic ..
#5
firstofficer
The lamb and pork deals posted earlier this week are much better.
Any links to these organic deals?
1 Like #6
Treboeth
firstofficer
The lamb and pork deals posted earlier this week are much better.
Any links to these organic deals?

Sure...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/waitrose-half-price-fresh-lamb-5-39-2509650

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asda-fresh-pork-offer-rindless-joint-3-kg-2509642

Not necessarily organic as stated but sources in an organic fashion.. Minimal use of preservatives and hormonal agents..

Enjoy

I'll get my coat.
6 Likes #7
firstofficer
Treboeth
firstofficer
The lamb and pork deals posted earlier this week are much better.
Any links to these organic deals?
Sure...http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/waitrose-half-price-fresh-lamb-5-39-2509650http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asda-fresh-pork-offer-rindless-joint-3-kg-2509642
Not necessarily organic as stated but sources in an organic fashion.. Minimal use of preservatives and hormonal agents..
Enjoy
I'll get my coat.


So you are promoting your deals in someone elses thread X) Stay classy X)

You will be hard pressed to make burgers , meatballs or bolognese from those items ;)

Off to Iceland to get some mince I go :)
1 Like #8
Good price if you're on a budget but in my experience most of the meat that comes out of Iceland is as cheap and nasty as it can get.
#9
wrong32
Good price if you're on a budget but in my experience most of the meat that comes out of Iceland is as cheap and nasty as it can get.

This was my point all along but I didn't want to sound so harsh..

I'll get my coat..
#10
Treboeth
firstofficer
Treboeth
firstofficer
The lamb and pork deals posted earlier this week are much better.
Any links to these organic deals?
Sure...http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/waitrose-half-price-fresh-lamb-5-39-2509650http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asda-fresh-pork-offer-rindless-joint-3-kg-2509642
Not necessarily organic as stated but sources in an organic fashion.. Minimal use of preservatives and hormonal agents..
Enjoy
I'll get my coat.

So you are promoting your deals in someone elses thread X) Stay classy X)

You will be hard pressed to make burgers , meatballs or bolognese from those items ;)

Off to Iceland to get some mince I go :)

Yes it's a completely different item but I think the quality does play a role to a certain degree, not just price.. Otherwise I'd be doing all my food shopping from the likes of Netto/Aldi/Lidl..

I've seen lamb joints for 20 p each in a local Nisa store, but have no idea what's actually in it or where in the world it comes from..

And I'm not comparing the quality of Iceland (your deal) to Waitrose (my deal)... I'm just sayin..
#11
What's the real fat percentage in this? Is it really 23%? That sounds like a lot of... fat!

Edited By: AdrianK_ on Sep 14, 2016 10:17: typo
#12
AdrianK_
What's the real fat percentage in this? Is it really 23%? That sounds like a lot of... fat!
It states on the link typically 23%
but fat in mince is a good thing for some uses, meatballs burgers and the like.
1 Like #13
having spent 15 years of my early life in the meat trade, I would not buy mince with this fat content, because I know the quality of the meat that goes into it. If I tried to sell you those cuts you wouldn't buy it. :(
#14
23 percent fat is gross!
2 Likes #15
edinburgher
23 percent fat is gross!
Yeah! I'm not a fan of fat cows. :)
1 Like #16
firstofficer
Treboeth
firstofficer
Treboeth
firstofficer
The lamb and pork deals posted earlier this week are much better.
Any links to these organic deals?
Sure...http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/waitrose-half-price-fresh-lamb-5-39-2509650http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asda-fresh-pork-offer-rindless-joint-3-kg-2509642
Not necessarily organic as stated but sources in an organic fashion.. Minimal use of preservatives and hormonal agents..
Enjoy
I'll get my coat.

So you are promoting your deals in someone elses thread X) Stay classy X)

You will be hard pressed to make burgers , meatballs or bolognese from those items ;)

Off to Iceland to get some mince I go :)

Yes it's a completely different item but I think the quality does play a role to a certain degree, not just price.. Otherwise I'd be doing all my food shopping from the likes of Netto/Aldi/Lidl..

I've seen lamb joints for 20 p each in a local Nisa store, but have no idea what's actually in it or where in the world it comes from..

And I'm not comparing the quality of Iceland (your deal) to Waitrose (my deal)... I'm just sayin..


Marketers dream. Love it.

Did you know Waitrose breed a special new breed of cows which are different from the cows used by all other supermarkets.
#17
eslick
having spent 15 years of my early life in the meat trade, I would not buy mince with this fat content, because I know the quality of the meat that goes into it. If I tried to sell you those cuts you wouldn't buy it. :(

I rest my case...

I'll get my coat ..
1 Like #18
it's limited to 4 Keighley only have a few left USE BY DATE 19th SEPT HEAT ADDED
3 Likes #19
Nice find op, best deal around, heat added :)
#20
sradmad
Nice find op, best deal around, heat added :)

If you like that sort of quality, be my guest ..
5 Likes #21
Why does everybody get noisy on fat content of mince?
You simply boil the mince in a saucepan and use a slightly smaller saucepan lid to crush the hell out of it when browned and drain into a spare cup.

Not hard at all, making it a bargain jeez.........
#22
Yeah you'd need to skim off the fat. There's a lot of it! Pour it down the drain then we can have a deal on drain unblockers.


Edited By: ashman33 on Sep 14, 2016 20:04
3 Likes #23
ashman33
Yeah you'd need to skim off the fat. There's a lot of it! Pour it down the drain then we can have a deal on drain unblockers.

Feed it to the birds, have you seen the price on Fat Balls ;)
1 Like #24
I stick the fat in the chip fryer, keeps the beef dripping topped up.
#25
Why not eat the fat? It will help in filling you up. And doesn't it have a lot of unsaturated fat which has been shown to have health benefits?
#26
peakbear
Why not eat the fat? It will help in filling you up. And doesn't it have a lot of unsaturated fat which has been shown to have health benefits?
Solid at room temp = saturated fat <3
1 Like #27
Treboeth
ashman33
Yeah you'd need to skim off the fat. There's a lot of it! Pour it down the drain then we can have a deal on drain unblockers.
Feed it to the birds, have you seen the price on Fat Balls ;)

do birds like to chew on your fat balls
1 Like #28
ashman33
Treboeth
ashman33
Yeah you'd need to skim off the fat. There's a lot of it! Pour it down the drain then we can have a deal on drain unblockers.
Feed it to the birds, have you seen the price on Fat Balls ;)
do birds like to chew on your fat balls

It`s always nice to give them the choice.

If they are well presented they definitely show a lot of interest :)
1 Like #29
Made burgers out of this mince tonight, not the best I've had but not too shabby at all to be honest. 4 reasonable sized burgers worth for a quid, can't complain.

Edited By: paulday564 on Sep 14, 2016 23:15: edited
1 Like #30
Never pour grease or oil down the drain. We've had a few incidents in my neighborhood where the sewer pipes were clogged with fat, and a few people's basements flooded with sewage as a result. For fats that solidify, let them do so, then pitch them in your regular garbage.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-26195258
#31
kiaclare
really good buy, is it their weekly flash deal offer? I thought Morrison's was cheap at £3 for 1kg
Yes it is. (was Cathedral City before this & 50p bread before the cheese)
Best Before/Use By dates & stock availability will both vary from store to store.
2 Likes #32
AdrianK_
What's the real fat percentage in this? Is it really 23%? That sounds like a lot of... fat!

normal mince is about 20% fat, lean is usually around 10% fat

but it doesn't really matter, most mince dishes are better with the higher fat content.
3 Likes #33
Drain the fat off.Dip your stale bread in it.feed it to birds :)
http://www.shltrip.com/sitebuilder/images/A_black_bird_eating_bread-DSCN4737_2_-Re-select-988x718.jpg
1 Like #34
If you make burgers then crumble up a beef oxo in it for extra beefiness. I always put a 50/50 salt/msg mix on mine but we'll have people crying if I suggest people do that.

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