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Fresh British Beef Rump Steak (400g) was £3.99 now £1.99 @ Lidl

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Deal Ends Sunday 30th September

Part of the Half Price Weekend Deal This is the RUMP STEAK available in some parts of the Country definitly available in LONDON

Fresh British Beef Rump Steak (400g) was £3.99 now £1.99

(MAXIMUM of 6 per person)

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    BillySollox
    Why do they (Supermarkets) insist on using the word 'fresh' to describe foodstuffs? Why not be honest and say frozen only once? :)
    thefatcontroller
    BillySollox
    Why do they (Supermarkets) insist on using the word 'fresh' to describe foodstuffs? Why not be honest and say frozen only once? :)
    I really don't have an answer maybe others in the "Trade" do?
    squillion
    It's highly unlikely this beef has been frozen as that changes the texture plus Lidl would be bound to communicate that fact.

    You're talking. BillySollox.
    marvinfrew
    squillion
    It's highly unlikely this beef has been frozen as that changes the texture plus Lidl would be bound to communicate that fact.

    You're talking. BillySollox.


    I'm not convinced. Agreed, it's not quite the same, but look at the label on the "fresh" mince, the next time you visit asda/tesco. Something along the lines of "previously frozen, suitable for home freezing".

    Edited By: marvinfrew on Sep 29, 2012 22:50
    BillySollox
    squillion
    It's highly unlikely this beef has been frozen as that changes the texture plus Lidl would be bound to communicate that fact.

    You're talking. BillySollox.


    What about 'fresh' fish one can buy from a fishmongers. You think that hasn't been frozen on the boat that it was caught on? Those boats are out at sea for several days before the catch returns to be sold at market. Fish goes off very quickly unless it's frozen. Same applies with all 'fresh' perishable foodstuffs. :) Unless it's been injected with those nasty preservatives...
    BillySollox
    Semantics aside, I've voted hot. Cheap meat is good, regardless of how it reaches us. :3
    marvinfrew
    BillySollox
    squillion
    It's highly unlikely this beef has been frozen as that changes the texture plus Lidl would be bound to communicate that fact.

    You're talking. BillySollox.


    What about 'fresh' fish one can buy from a fishmongers. You think that hasn't been frozen on the boat that it was caught on? Those boats are out at sea for several days before the catch returns to be sold at market. Fish goes off very quickly unless it's frozen. Same applies with all 'fresh' perishable foodstuffs. :) Unless it's been injected with those nasty preservatives...


    Fish is a different kettle of, erm... fish though.

    Beef, and indeed, lamb, tastes better when "hung" for 28 days. What the supermarkets are doing is freezing on day of slaughter, then defrosting to sell as fresh at a time which suits them. Not quite the same thing.

    Edited By: marvinfrew on Sep 30, 2012 02:18
    squillion
    They don't freeze beef joints/cuts, they chill it to a degree or so north of 0C. Freezing alters the texture of beef,

    Plus for food safety reasons (ie food is recommended not to be frozen, thawed, then refrozen) they would be bound to tell you about the freezing as per the mince example above.

    You can be almost 100% sure that unless the label says otherwise, the Lidl rump steaks will not have been frozen.
    Latchem72
    Yeah, I can confirm that none of the fresh meat at lidl has been previously frozen. Also confirm this offer isn't available in the North East. We got chicken kievs at 64p instead.
    buddhabelly
    Eh? How come you lot up norf get all the good deals?
    Down here it's just some diced chicken breast.:(

    Still hot though, if you can get it!
    cburns
    Like Lidl, but not their beef...Sainsburys & Morrisons are better.... but that's just my taste!!
    sb44
    I may get some at this price and make some beef jerky. I haven't made it before but there are lots of vids on YouTube.

    ;)
    squillion
    None in mine, just the cheap salmon
    BIG MICHAEL
    None at Corby Northants.
    deemagutter
    Latchem72
    Yeah, I can confirm that none of the fresh meat at lidl has been previously frozen. Also confirm this offer isn't available in the North East. We got chicken kievs at 64p instead.


    Yes i'm in the midlands and we have kievs half price too
    stphnstevey
    nice deal
    BillySollox
    It's amazing how good words on a computer screen look after lots of cider. Sorry guys. I'd had a few the other night! I was talking ****! :)

    I'm gonna stick to posting nudey pics of Pam St Clement! X)

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