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Chicken Breasts - Avg 10 - 12 filltets £9.00ish

£9.00 @ costco
I have bought these on several occasions but noticed another post on Chicken. Great buy, all individually wrapped then frozen so dead easy to use. British Chicken so you can't go wrong unless you … Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
I have bought these on several occasions but noticed another post on Chicken. Great buy, all individually wrapped then frozen so dead easy to use.

British Chicken so you can't go wrong unless you want free range, organic super chicken
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#1
Had to vote this hot.... if only for the picture :0)
#2
Its a bit of class, wondering how far a picture can get a deal
#3
Hot thanks, think im going costco tomoz now :)
#4
loving the photo attached , heat added just for that.lol
#5
2 for a £1 at asda:whistling:
#6
Costco chicken breasts tend to be bigger than those bought in supermarkets too.

Please feel free to ad-lib with the big breast gags.
#7
Another meat post that doesn't have cost per Kg or any weights at all. Makes it impossible to compare :-(

Costco is a subscription "club" so that would need to be costed in.

Frozen chicken doesn't exactly instil excitement in me, I would tend to be opting for fresh, and if necessary freeze the unused remainder myself, I find it attracts less water in the process! :whistling:

Makro have EU fresh chicken breasts at £7.99 for 2Kg, ie. £4 per Kg which is pretty low compared to supermarkets currently. Unfortunately like Costco, it is similarly restricted in who can benefit from it as it is trade only (effectively a LOT more people than traders have cards though, and they don't charge!)

If you do want frozen, they also have frozen breast fillets for 3Kg for £9.99 ie. £3.33 per Kg which I have to say is very cheap, although as before, inevitably an inferior product to the fresh.
#8
barginfan
Costco chicken breasts tend to be bigger than those bought in supermarkets too.

Please feel free to ad-lib with the big breast gags.

That's not usually a good thing - it generally means they've had water added to make them look bigger.
#9
any other ingredients?
#10
chicken
#11
a lot of cheap chicken has water and salt added
#12
topshopper
That's not usually a good thing - it generally means they've had water added to make them look bigger.


The bag clearly states " no added water"
#13
in before the corn fed, free range, organic nutters!! :)

hot!!
#14
barginfan
The bag clearly states " no added water"

thanks:thumbsup:
#15
I buy these all the time - the bag has about 20 chicken breasts in it, all in individual plastic bags. Used to buy the fresh chicken from Costco, bring them home then freeze them in individual freezer bags but these are much better. If my memory serves me well, it it £9.99 approx for the bag. There doesn't seem to be any added water as when left in the bag to defrost there doesn't seem to be any. Chicken is far better than the stuff you buy in Asda or Tesco - always having to cut bits of bone or yucky bits off the Asda stuff. I buy all my meat at Costco too, far superior than the supermarket stuff. The stewing steak is excellent, as is the steak mince.

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