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You Don't Have to be Jewish - Tesco Kosher Deals

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5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago
Various long dated ex-Passover stock found in Watford Tesco and probably in all other Tescos with a kosher dept.

Canned Palm Hearts 14p (was circa £1.99)
Geffen Cake mix 24p (was £4.99) Gluten free - makes great cakes
Matzo Meal 7p (was £1.49) - a brilliant substitute for breadcrumbs
Matzos 7p (was up to £1.50) - cheapest crackers in Tesco!
Egg Matzos 14p (was up to £1.99) - sweeter than standard matzo

There are other offers too but can't remember the exact pricing (cereal, toothpaste, noodles, biscuits)

I'll post a receipt if people don't believe me but short of time to do so now!
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#1
Wow, big reductions. It seems like a great way to try some Jewish nosh. Palm hearts sound interesting so does matzo meal for breadcrumbs. Kosher toothpaste? that's a surprise.
#2
Any Kosher Coke?

http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/pesach%20coke.jpg
#3
They also had wheeto style cereals for 19p and Tesco Tea in my local for 7p.
[helper]#4
"You don't have to be Jewish" - new tagline for Kosher food to increase sales? :D
#5
You don't have to be Jewish - but it helps.
#6
They had another brand of Matzos for 4p per pack.
#7
I love the matzos with some butter on. Used to make them for Jewish people, i think the ones with cheese and onion went down the best.
#8
Beetplek
I love the matzos with some butter on. Used to make them for Jewish people, i think the ones with cheese and onion went down the best.


Prefer smoky bacon myself!
#9
Besford
Beetplek
I love the matzos with some butter on. Used to make them for Jewish people, i think the ones with cheese and onion went down the best.

Prefer smoky bacon myself!

And that's a comment you would only expect to hear from an ignorant racist tw@
1 Like #10
Well if the world did away with utterly mindless religion in the first place, we wouldn't even have racist tw.ts would we? And, 95% of the worlds conflict would be solved instantly.
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BritishDragon
Well if the world did away with utterly mindless religion in the first place, we wouldn't even have racist tw.ts would we? And, 95% of the worlds conflict would be solved instantly.

According to The Encyclopedia of Wars by Charles Phillips since records began there have been 1763 wars of which only 123 can be classified as religious conflicts and of those 123 wars 54% were down to Islam, a religion that didn't exist until 3000 years after those records began.

So in realty less than 7% of wars have a religious motivation.
#12
Dave Bloggs
Besford
Beetplek
I love the matzos with some butter on. Used to make them for Jewish people, i think the ones with cheese and onion went down the best.


Prefer smoky bacon myself!


And that's a comment you would only expect to hear from an ignorant racist tw@


Not at all, just someone with a cheeky sense of humour (which, I guess, sometimes doesn't work on the page). I have no problem whatsoever with others restricting their diet to kosher foods or similar practices which have no impact on others. There's a big clue in the headline anyway. Would it still be unacceptable to you if we were talking about vegetarians? Perhaps if people were able to lighten up a bit on these cultural issues the world would be a slightly better place but religion (all varieties) does seem to blunt that sense of humour; it's not as though I was suggesting an orthodox Jew should be forced to eat smoky bacon is it!

Name calling is never justified and in this context I would have thought 'knowledgeable' was more accurate than 'ignorant'. Sorry I spoiled your day!

PS race and religion are two very different things.

PPS what's a matzo anyway?





Edited By: Besford on Jun 15, 2011 13:10: added
#13
Besford
Dave Bloggs
Besford
Beetplek
I love the matzos with some butter on. Used to make them for Jewish people, i think the ones with cheese and onion went down the best.

Prefer smoky bacon myself!

And that's a comment you would only expect to hear from an ignorant racist tw@

Not at all, just someone with a cheeky sense of humour (which, I guess, sometimes doesn't work on the page). I have no problem whatsoever with others restricting their diet to kosher foods or similar practices which have no impact on others. There's a big clue in the headline anyway. Would it still be unacceptable to you if we were talking about vegetarians? Perhaps if people were able to lighten up a bit on these cultural issues the world would be a slightly better place but religion (all varieties) does seem to blunt that sense of humour; it's not as though I was suggesting an orthodox Jew should be forced to eat smoky bacon is it!

Name calling is never justified and in this context I would have thought 'knowledgeable' was more accurate than 'ignorant'. Sorry I spoiled your day!

PS race and religion are two very different things.

PPS what's a matzo anyway?






I see, so in your opinion a person going out of his/her way to post the comment 'Prefer smoky bacon myself!' on a deal regarding Halal foods would also simply be just 'someone with a cheeky sense of humour' and not an anti-Muslim bigot indulging in a bit of 'race baiting'? I'd go so far as to say that the moderators of this site would be quick to remove such remarks were they directed at Muslims.
The only 'joke' in your postings is your implication that for a remark to be considered 'racist' you would have had to state that 'Jews should be force fed bacon'.


The notion that Kosher = no pig is as much a stereotype as the idea that the Irish eat nothing but potatoes - and I dare say many bigots have used "I was only joking" to defend such remarks. Kosher is a whole lot more than just 'no pig' -http://www.koshercertification.org.uk/whatdoe.htm - so l'll take your 'knowledgeable' comment with a pinch of [Kosher] salt.

Being Jewish isn't simply about religion, Jewishness also encompasses ethnicity and cultural elements and equally hatred toward Jews isn't simply about religion but also encompasses ethnic and cultural components so as far as I, and the British legal system, are concerened 'racism' will do.

If someone posted your comment on a Quorn [vegetarian] offer I'd probably think 'd!ck' and say nothing but then vegetarians, unlike Jews, are not victims of record levels of violent attacks in the UK that are increasing year on year and vegetarians, unlike British Jews, are not fleeing the UK in significant numbers because of the increasing threat to their safety.

You didn't spoil my day I simply believe that bigotry, no matter how low level, should be challenged.

I should have said 'And that's a comment you would only expect to hear from an ignorant racist tw@ or a knowledgable 'd!ck'.

As I obviously don't share your remarkable sense of humour perhaps you can explain the joke.

Ha...ha...ha...It's Jew food...and I said bacon...geddit...geddit...eh!...eh!
#14
Dave Bloggs
Besford
Dave Bloggs
Besford
Beetplek
I love the matzos with some butter on. Used to make them for Jewish people, i think the ones with cheese and onion went down the best.


Prefer smoky bacon myself!


And that's a comment you would only expect to hear from an ignorant racist tw@


Not at all, just someone with a cheeky sense of humour (which, I guess, sometimes doesn't work on the page). I have no problem whatsoever with others restricting their diet to kosher foods or similar practices which have no impact on others. There's a big clue in the headline anyway. Would it still be unacceptable to you if we were talking about vegetarians? Perhaps if people were able to lighten up a bit on these cultural issues the world would be a slightly better place but religion (all varieties) does seem to blunt that sense of humour; it's not as though I was suggesting an orthodox Jew should be forced to eat smoky bacon is it!

Name calling is never justified and in this context I would have thought 'knowledgeable' was more accurate than 'ignorant'. Sorry I spoiled your day!

PS race and religion are two very different things.

PPS what's a matzo anyway?







I see, so in your opinion a person going out of his/her way to post the comment 'Prefer smoky bacon myself!' on a deal regarding Halal foods would also simply be just 'someone with a cheeky sense of humour' and not an anti-Muslim bigot indulging in a bit of 'race baiting'? I'd go so far as to say that the moderators of this site would be quick to remove such remarks were they directed at Muslims.
The only 'joke' in your postings is your implication that for a remark to be considered 'racist' you would have had to state that 'Jews should be force fed bacon'.


The notion that Kosher = no pig is as much a stereotype as the idea that the Irish eat nothing but potatoes - and I dare say many bigots have used "I was only joking" to defend such remarks. Kosher is a whole lot more than just 'no pig' -http://www.koshercertification.org.uk/whatdoe.htm - so l'll take your 'knowledgeable' comment with a pinch of [Kosher] salt.

Being Jewish isn't simply about religion, Jewishness also encompasses ethnicity and cultural elements and equally hatred toward Jews isn't simply about religion but also encompasses ethnic and cultural components so as far as I, and the British legal system, are concerened 'racism' will do.

If someone posted your comment on a Quorn [vegetarian] offer I'd probably think 'd!ck' and say nothing but then vegetarians, unlike Jews, are not victims of record levels of violent attacks in the UK that are increasing year on year and vegetarians, unlike British Jews, are not fleeing the UK in significant numbers because of the increasing threat to their safety.

You didn't spoil my day I simply believe that bigotry, no matter how low level, should be challenged.

I should have said 'And that's a comment you would only expect to hear from an ignorant racist tw@ or a knowledgable 'd!ck'.

As I obviously don't share your remarkable sense of humour perhaps you can explain the joke.

Ha...ha...ha...It's Jew food...and I said bacon...geddit...geddit...eh!...eh!


I'm Irish and take exception to your stereotype.

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