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Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce 255G reduced to £2.00 @ Tesco

£2.00 @ Tesco
Premium Oyster Sauce. Offer on to 07/03/2017 The Original & World's No.1 Oyster Sauce* Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce originated since 1888, using extracts from the finest oysters as in the orig… Read More
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Premium Oyster Sauce. Offer on to 07/03/2017

The Original & World's No.1 Oyster Sauce*
Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce originated since 1888, using extracts from the finest oysters as in the original secret recipe. It is the favourite of Chinese families and Chinese Michelin-starred chefs.
* "Source: Euromonitor 2013 edition: Retail value sales at retail selling prices 2007-2012 data."

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#1
There's no such store as 'Tescos'. I've done a search but can only find 'Tesco'.
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squiff
There's no such store as 'Tescos'. I've done a search but can only find 'Tesco'.

Of course there is, it's a perfectly standard shop like Asdas or Greggsies.
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squiff
There's no such store as 'Tescos'. I've done a search but can only find 'Tesco'.



Click on the Get Deal Squiff it will take you to the page its pretty easy really :)

Edited By: bc111 on Mar 04, 2017 20:20
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richwest
squiff
There's no such store as 'Tescos'. I've done a search but can only find 'Tesco'.
Of course there is, it's a perfectly standard shop like Asdas or Greggsies.

and Wrights's Piesies?
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bc111
squiff
There's no such store as 'Tescos'. I've done a search but can only find 'Tesco'.


Click on the Get Deal Squiff it will take you to the page its pretty easy really :)

You missed my point there by about eight miles.
#6
brill!!
#7
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?
#8
samseng
brill!!


Thought you might like that one Sam lol
#9
squiff
bc111
squiff
There's no such store as 'Tescos'. I've done a search but can only find 'Tesco'.

Click on the Get Deal Squiff it will take you to the page its pretty easy really :)
You missed my point there by about eight miles.
Old age moment Squiff :)
#10
Rebellion
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?

Product of Hong Kong, Country of Origin Hong Kong
#11
Rebellion
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?
strange question for a country / single market which substituted horse meat for beef not so long ago
#12
bc111
samseng
brill!!

Thought you might like that one Sam lol
thanks:)
#13
Rebellion
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?

It's made in Hong Kong. I'd give it a miss if you're expecting top quality ingredients, Chinese oyster sauce is a gloopy sauce with a very tiny amount of oyster and a whole lot of salt, sugar and MSG.

That's sort of the point though, it's the tasty unhealthy part that you add to an otherwise healthy dish for flavour.
#14
richwest
Rebellion
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?

It's made in Hong Kong. I'd give it a miss if you're expecting top quality ingredients, Chinese oyster sauce is a gloopy sauce with a very tiny amount of oyster and a whole lot of salt, sugar and MSG.

That's sort of the point though, it's the tasty unhealthy part that you add to an otherwise healthy dish for flavour.


Thanks. For me its mostly about taste but I still like to know some info about the ingredients/sourcing of my foods.
I was just wondering apart from regional authenticity, what made this special over oyster sauce made more locally?
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Rebellion
richwest
Rebellion
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?
It's made in Hong Kong. I'd give it a miss if you're expecting top quality ingredients, Chinese oyster sauce is a gloopy sauce with a very tiny amount of oyster and a whole lot of salt, sugar and MSG.
That's sort of the point though, it's the tasty unhealthy part that you add to an otherwise healthy dish for flavour.
Thanks. For me its mostly about taste but I still like to know some info about the ingredients/sourcing of my foods.
I was just wondering apart from regional authenticity, what made this special over oyster sauce made more locally?

Hi Rebellion here is a link to the wiki page on Lee Kum Kee history you might find something there to help in your choice https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Kum_Kee:)
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Rebellion
richwest
Rebellion
Can the ingredients be trusted? Non-GM?
Is it manufactured in the UK/EU or China?
It's made in Hong Kong. I'd give it a miss if you're expecting top quality ingredients, Chinese oyster sauce is a gloopy sauce with a very tiny amount of oyster and a whole lot of salt, sugar and MSG.
That's sort of the point though, it's the tasty unhealthy part that you add to an otherwise healthy dish for flavour.
Thanks. For me its mostly about taste but I still like to know some info about the ingredients/sourcing of my foods.
I was just wondering apart from regional authenticity, what made this special over oyster sauce made more locally?
A lot of these "recipes" for far eastern sauces goes back a long way, before all the concerns about drinking too much, smoking or eating food that might cause health problems. I have found that locally sourced stuff may be more compliant but in doing so, looses a lot of the "quality". I suppose it's like foreign beers that are bottled locally. Amongst the Chinese community lee Kum kee premium (not their panda brand) is the best in taste and texture but as richwest said, don't expect too much in their ingredients
#17
bc111

Hi Rebellion here is a link to the wiki page on Lee Kum Kee history you might find something there to help in your choice https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Kum_Kee:)

Thanks!

Edited By: Rebellion on Mar 06, 2017 01:44
#18
samseng
A lot of these "recipes" for far eastern sauces goes back a long way, before all the concerns about drinking too much, smoking or eating food that might cause health problems. I have found that locally sourced stuff may be more compliant but in doing so, looses a lot of the "quality". I suppose it's like foreign beers that are bottled locally. Amongst the Chinese community lee Kum kee premium (not their panda brand) is the best in taste and texture but as richwest said, don't expect too much in their ingredients
Thanks, I have noticed this brand in Morrisons as well as Tesco so will probably give it a try.
Also the imported versions appear to be made from non-GM ingredients and meet EU limits for the carcinogen 3-MCPD.


Edited By: Rebellion on Mar 06, 2017 01:49
#19
Just bought 8 bottles from Amazon subscribe & save @ £1.70 per bottle.

This is the only brand we use in Hong Kong.



Edited By: Speculator on Mar 07, 2017 18:56

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