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leg of lamb less than half price was £6.68 per kg now £3.00 per kg Tesco

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    mk-donald
    Have a memory that that is the exact same deal Morrisons were advertising on TV, but maybe mistaken.
    okaydokey
    mk-donald
    Have a memory that that is the exact same deal Morrisons were advertising on TV, but maybe mistaken.


    Its Tesco that are advertising on Tv :whistling:
    solid
    I bet Jamie Oliver is going all angry at the thought of meat being sold so cheaply!
    Pavers
    Asda are the same price- £3 per kilo.
    warmapplepie
    they are all similar on the joints of meat like pork loin, beef and so on, even the fish is cheap
    okaydokey
    Pavers
    Asda are the same price- £3 per kilo.


    I personally don't like asdas meat its cheap and tough :)
    MunkiMadz
    okaydokey
    I personally don't like asdas meat its cheap and tough :)


    Incase you wern't aware, animals are bred on farms etc, not in the asda warehouse, so it's not impossible for Asda and Tesco to use the same farm for meat, however it may be a bit unlikely due to competition, but still, your comment is a bit stupid.
    warmapplepie
    MunkiMadz;1758536
    Incase you wern't aware, animals are bred on farms etc, not in the asda warehouse, so it's not impossible for Asda and Tesco to use the same farm for meat, however it may be a bit unlikely due to competition, but still, your comment is a bit stupid.

    it's the way they cook it...
    warmapplepie
    different supermarkets use different farms because they insist on clauses stopping them providing a competitor
    sassie
    warmapplepie
    it's the way they cook it...


    well i can agree on that one, mines cack wherever i get it from -lol
    warmapplepie
    sassie;1758556
    well i can agree on that one, mines cack wherever i get it from -lol

    Sassie's a Michelin star chef by the way..:lol:
    sassie
    warmapplepie
    Sassie's a Michelin star chef by the way..:lol:


    is that like a fat knacker chef:?
    warmapplepie
    sassie;1758585
    is that like a fat knacker chef:?

    A Michelin star chef like Gordon Ramsay who has 3 of them.
    warmapplepie
    Michelin stars are what the experts give to very good chefs and you are lucky to get one, if you get 3, then you're the tops.
    charliebrown
    MunkiMadz;1758536
    Incase you wern't aware, animals are bred on farms etc, not in the asda warehouse, so it's not impossible for Asda and Tesco to use the same farm for meat, however it may be a bit unlikely due to competition, but still, your comment is a bit stupid.


    I don't believe you - never seen anything on a farm that remotely resembles what you find in the supermarkets. All the meat in supermarkets is little cows, chickens bred in their own plastic coats.

    As if you'd bred animals on a farm - next, you'll be telling me the earths round.:roll:
    warmapplepie
    charliebrown;1758598
    I don't believe you - never seen anything on a farm that remotely resembles what you find in the supermarkets. All the meat in supermarkets is little cows, chickens bred in their own plastic coats.

    As if you'd bred animals on a farm - next, you'll be telling me the earths round.:roll:

    cows come from farms, chickens come from warehouses.
    okaydokey
    MunkiMadz
    Incase you wern't aware, animals are bred on farms etc, not in the asda warehouse, so it's not impossible for Asda and Tesco to use the same farm for meat, however it may be a bit unlikely due to competition, but still, your comment is a bit stupid.



    I don't like asda's meat thats my personal choice I don't think its nice meat so its Not a stuiped comment its my opinion. I find their meat very fatty and tough so even if it was from the same animal (which is highly unlikely) it maybe a cheaper cut . So because you don't agree with an opinion you think its stuiped ?
    tony_s1
    okaydokey
    I don't like asda's meat thats my personal choice I don't think its nice meat so its Not a stuiped comment its my opinion. I find their meat very fatty and tough so even if it was from the same animal (which is highly unlikely) it maybe a cheaper cut .


    Asda probably shades it when it comes to poor quality meat. But, in all honesty, Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsburys are not much better. Your best bet for decent meat is a good butcher but these are as rare as hen's teeth nowadays since the supermarkets have forced most of them out of business. :-(
    okaydokey
    tony_s1
    Asda probably shades it when it comes to poor quality meat. But, in all honesty, Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsburys are not much better. Your best bet for decent meat is a good butcher but these are as rare as hen's teeth nowadays since the supermarkets have forced most of them out of business. :-(


    totally agree :thumbsup:
    warmapplepie
    I think you will find that Asda use more farmers than most.
    Poor quality meat comes from Morrisons. Their chicken is not very good.
    Most of this depends where you are because supermarkets do tend to use local farmers.
    I had some pork loin last week and it was better than the gristle from Tesco.
    The best bet is to go for a butcher because the quality of meat is better and it doesn't shrink.

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