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EXPIRED - Asda Fresh Whole Chickens £2.00 each

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Usually £4.36 as mine scanned through at that but they have big £2 stickers on them, mine is dated until the 5th October so plenty of date.

Think asda usually sell these for 2 for £7.

Definetly had them at the Asda Robroyston store in Glasgow.

They seem to have the deal online too, chicken size 1.55kg.
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#1
Voted hot from me. However, it won't be long until the food nazis start in...

Rep added too!
#2
They should be good for freezing too... think I am off there at lunch time.
#3
Good find :thumbsup: .............................( waits for the anti battery chicken fools to vote cold and moan ;-) )

Voted onto the HOT page :)
#4
Heat+.
banned#5
Oh I will check it out when I am up at the Robroyston store tonight.
#6
yep in watford too!
#7
Sorry, but having to vote cold for this, as the chicken we brought from there under this last week (not at £2 unfortunately, at the full price :() was terrible. Left it to cook in the oven at correct temperature for the correct time. Still pink! An extra hour later, still pink! When it finally wasn't pink (about double the cooking time stated), it was too tough to be able to eat, and tbh, didn't fancy eating it after that! So had a lovely vegetable meal instead!!!
#8
lovelldr
Sorry, but having to vote cold for this, as the chicken we brought from there under this last week (not at £2 unfortunately, at the full price :() was terrible. Left it to cook in the oven at correct temperature for the correct time. Still pink! An extra hour later, still pink! When it finally wasn't pink (about double the cooking time stated), it was too tough to be able to eat, and tbh, didn't fancy eating it after that! So had a lovely vegetable meal instead!!!


Shouldn't you be voting cold on your oven instead?
#9
I'd rather pay a bit more and get a 'happy chicken'. This poor thing has not had a good life. Free range or RSPA assured for me. Still I voted hot.:oops:
#10
Ive not voted either way, seen as im an 'anti battery chicken fool'
#11
i NEVER buy meat from asda , have bought meat 3-4 times and all off in one day even with long dates on it , had to take back every time as once opned the smell is disgusting , so i will never buy any fresh meat from there again ,,, be warned , also a programme a while ago showed how different supermarkets prepared there meat , and well i will only buy fresh meat from morrisons also only free range bought also ,
#12
Nice find, H & R added
#13
lovelldr
Sorry, but having to vote cold for this, as the chicken we brought from there under this last week (not at £2 unfortunately, at the full price :() was terrible. Left it to cook in the oven at correct temperature for the correct time. Still pink! An extra hour later, still pink! When it finally wasn't pink (about double the cooking time stated), it was too tough to be able to eat, and tbh, didn't fancy eating it after that! So had a lovely vegetable meal instead!!!


Well it was so obviously the chickens fault for not cooking.....................:?
Think you need this: http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/ciu/a3/cf/5094f96642a0759f3f3fa110._AA240_.L.jpg :thumbsup:
[helper]#14
kirstyanderson
Ive not voted either way, seen as im an 'anti battery chicken fool'


Same here.
#15
people who buy these things obviously have no palate
banned#16
got them in wigan, loads , voted hot.
#17
Good deal, but I am inclined to agree about Asda's meat! I don't even buy bacon from there anymore 'cos it's so thin & rubbish! The steaks are the worst I've ever had too.
banned#18
sheffgrow259
people who buy these things obviously have no pallette


not all people can afford free range chickens, they taste like anyother chickens and they should be 4.36 so its a bargain.
#19
lovelldr;3082243
Sorry, but having to vote cold for this, as the chicken we brought from there under this last week (not at £2 unfortunately, at the full price :() was terrible. Left it to cook in the oven at correct temperature for the correct time. Still pink! An extra hour later, still pink! When it finally wasn't pink (about double the cooking time stated), it was too tough to be able to eat, and tbh, didn't fancy eating it after that! So had a lovely vegetable meal instead!!!


Chickens of this size will cook at 180 deg C in about 20 mins per pound plus 20 minutes

That means this size bird should cook in about 90 mins (as long as you didn't stuff it)

If you cooked it for over 2.5hours and it was still uncooked, then that is a failure of the oven or the person operating it - it has nothing to do with the chicken itself.
#20
Im either way on this, i try to buy better quality but i know what it was like for my mum and dad when we were little trying to feed 3 children
#21
Voted hot+ considering all the free steroids and antibiotics you'll be getting too!!
#22
Great find...........heat added

I personally prefer Roast Seagull, caught on a fishing hook and line........very tender!!:p
#23
sheffgrow259
people who buy these things obviously have no pallette


....and no brushes either:oops:....personally i do not care wether or not the chicken has had a good life or not...if i did i would be a vegetarian...nor would i be waffling on about organic chickens which tell me if i am wrong are still killed and eaten ....if it feeds my family in these hard times we are living in then game on:-D
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roselee
not all people can afford free range chickens, they taste like anyother chickens and they should be 4.36 so its a bargain.


Mediamogul
....and no brushes either:oops:....personally i do not care wether or not the chicken has had a good life or not...if i did i would be a vegetarian...nor would i be waffling on about organic chickens which tell me if i am wrong are still killed and eaten ....if it feeds my family in these hard times we are living in then game on:-D


organic chickens do not taste like any other chicken they taste like meat as opposed to pumped up freaks full of water and ammonia burnt legs where they have urinated on themselves,
and dont talk to me about hard times you dont know the half of it , i would prefer to make cutbacks elsewhere and feed my family proper food, thank you

[url]www.chickenout.tv[/url]
#25
Great Deal voted hot hot hot :thumbsup:

If we were all able to afford free range farm assured RSPCA certifed corn fed organic chickens then im sure alot of us would but not everybodys budget allows even after cut backs!!!

and the chicken bragade im sure you all buy milk, EU pork and other meats which i can assure you are produced in much more hurrendus conditions than those chickens have lived. infact there is nothing worse than pig cruelty and im sure you never buy free range pork becasue it is hardly available and when it is its an astronomical price :whistling::?
#26
Sorry but it makes me laugh when people complain about hard times too,when they usually drink and or smoke,pay for internet access and sky tv etc etc and then say that can't afford "proper" food lol
#27
well well! £2.00 for a chicken!! wouldnt touch one with a barge pole tbh, but great from all those immagrants scraping a living together!!!!! most of em work at the factory it was made in anyway!! lol ;-)
#28
Surely personal taste doesn't come into it, if its a good deal its a hot deal isn't it?

Where else can you buy a chicken, 'water pumped up' or whatever from? That's a retorical question, because I doubt main stream there are many if any places that would sell a chicken of any desciption for that price, therefore for me this is a hot deal & if you need to feed your family then also a good deal.

For people, who are lucky enough to be able to afford free range, organic or whatever chickens, then great for them, because some of those people prefer the taste, perhaps just because they believe it tastes better (there have been tests with many chef's that have failed the challenge of telling them apart) & some because they want the chicken to have been able to move whilst they we're alive or whatever it may be, that's their choice & so be it (& for the record mine too, I buy organic foods), but I still do not see how your personal views on the chicken should stop this being a hot deal! I think it should be can you buy this product or a comparible, but better one for the same price or cheaper, yes or no, if yes, cold, if no surely it has to be hot?????

Okay my rant over, sorry, I've voted hot, because in my humble opinion this is a hot deal.
#29
Some people should get off their high "organic free range" horse! There are people who have families, that do not smoke, drink, gamble or do anything for that matter who STILL CANNOT AFFORD TO BUY FREE RANGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have bought free range chickens and eggs before and it does not taste any better than chickens which are factory reared. If you don't like the thread then why post? :x :whistling:
#30
deb8z
Sorry but it makes me laugh when people complain about hard times too,when they usually drink and or smoke,pay for internet access and sky tv etc etc and then say that can't afford "proper" food lol


dont be sorry...you dont know me...dont presume things...i work 7 days a week...i am anti smoking...I cannot drive therefore do not own a car and i am tee total..basically i have no life..:p
#31
sheffgrow259
people who buy these things obviously have no pallette


Pallette (general terms ) : The flat paddle used on the baccarat tables to scoop the cards.

They might, as they seem to like taking a chance.;-)
#32
Ha ha the food snobs make me laugh, they are OTT on some things and i bet they dont bat an eyelid at things they eat out etc or other foods they havent research to find what PC. Anyway it a good deal £2 for a whole chicken, people eat what you want to eat lifes too short to be nit picking over what you should and shouldnt eat just incase. :)
#33
Mediamogul
dont be sorry...you dont know me...dont presume things...i work 7 days a week...i am anti smoking...I cannot drive therefore do not own a car and i am tee total..basically i have no life..:p


Don't assume my post was aimed at you,it was a generic post:p
#34
sheffgrow259
people who buy these things obviously have no pallette

You won't need a pallette (suit of armour) to protect yourself from the chicken's wrath as a result of being badly treated because it will be beyond revenge!
#35
Anyway,why waste time cooking a chicken,buy em ready cooked!
#36
sheffgrow259
people who buy these things obviously have no pallette


Err...why would I need a plate that protects my armpit (in a suit of armor) to decide whether £2 for a chicken is a hot deal? :?
This site is r-e-a-l-l-y confusing sometimes! :-D
#37
Reading this post has mad me chuckle, why is there so much snobbery around?! £2 for a whole chicken is this a good deal? YES. Where is the argument? I don't really care if the chicken i'm eating had a good (but short) life playing outside with its little chicky friends before its life ended, if i did i would be veggie.
I'm pretty happy living in my oblivious leather shoes, geltin sweets and battery chicken world!

Free range, happey life gelitin, now thats a thought, gap in the market there!!!!!!!!!!
#38
brb phoing my mom to buy loads
#39
To ensure that you are suitably attired before considering the purchase of a £2 chicken, then you will need something like this:
http://www.medievalware.com/16th-Century-Suit-of-Armour-p/700ax.htm
I did, however, get some strange looks from people when I went to Asda today dressed accordingly and was a bit annoyed that there was nowhere to stable my horse :)
#40
Tesco do whole chickens for £1.90

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