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Morrisons freshly cooked chicken just £2.00..

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
went into morrisons today and bought a cooked chicken for £2.00
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big enough for 3 adults imo..
on until 7th december
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#1
wow thanks they taste great yum yum
#2
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#3
bow chica wowwow
wow thanks they taste great yum yum

[COLOR="Purple"]yh just waiting for roast potato's, veg, yorky pud n stuffing to cook, then we can tuck in!![/COLOR]
#4
Nice one Jo

Heat added
#5
nice one! I'll be popping in to my local one on the way home from work. Thats the meat sorted :)
#6
are the extra tasty reduced too
#7
JO-JO
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What, you think we don't know what a cooked chicken looks like?
Is there any hope left for this processed food generation?
Only jesting, a good deal :thumbsup:
#8
I just paid £3.50 for one I have to cook myself!!! :w00t:
banned#9
pughy2000
are the extra tasty reduced too


na only the plain roast...i work on the oven fresh counter at one of the stores, deal's only for a week....been pretty buzy all day today....some of the other deals...10 plain roast drums/thighs £2.69, 15 for price of 10 party pork sausage
#10
Was gonna get a takeaway tonight but think I'll just get this instead, tastes better and better for me!! Heat added
#11
I think they are the same price in Asda too. I got a half for 2.11 yesterday in Asda but I think the whole ones were 3 pounds.
#12
Won't someone think of the poor chickens??!?!?!?

Got in there before some tree hugger does lol:p
#13
brought one today, and carried it around the store to keep my hands warm although the juices started leaking out though the bottom.

i also noticed they're selling a 42" LCD for around £450
1 Like #14
Cheap tortured chickins, you tight people enjoy. I will stick to freerange
#15
HUX1
Cheap tortured chickins, you tight people enjoy. I will stick to freerange

Enjoy paying more!
#16
HUX1
Cheap tortured chickins, you tight people enjoy. I will stick to freerange


couldnt agree more, they dont even look like chickens, bantams more like!!!!!!! about 20 days old
morrisons usually have people on this counter that havnt a clue so get yourself down and buy an anaemic caged bird yum yum
#17
sheffgrow259
couldnt agree more, they dont even look like chickens, bantams more like!!!!!!! about 20 days old
morrisons usually have people on this counter that havnt a clue so get yourself down and buy an anaemic caged bird yum yum


Its great having high morals when your wallet can afford it. the fact of the matter is that unfortunately many people can not afford to buy a free range chicken and free range eggs everytime they need to feed a family.
#18
Had one of these 2 weeks ago (my mate bought it) and i thought i was gona die in the night worse chicken ever, cheap meat is lame. Buy better quality but less
#19
cbryanp
Its great having high morals when your wallet can afford it. the fact of the matter is that unfortunately many people can not afford to buy a free range chicken and free range eggs everytime they need to feed a family.


Its not about high morals, if you buy and then cook your own, you can use pretty much all of the meat and then use the bits/ darker meats for curries etc then the bones for stocks / soups etc.
Works out cheaper in the long run, just requires more effort than going "i want that one:thinking:"

Ps im not some old gimp, im a 25 year old lad and 1 chicken feeds me and my misses for 3/4 meals:whistling:
#20
chrisnic0
Its not about high morals, if you buy and then cook your own, you can use pretty much all of the meat and then use the bits/ darker meats for curries etc then the bones for stocks / soups etc.
Works out cheaper in the long run, just requires more effort than going "i want that one:thinking:"

Ps im not some old gimp, im a 25 year old lad and 1 chicken feeds me and my misses for 3/4 meals:whistling:


So you're saying you can't do that with the cheaper chicken? You can still use the manky meat and bones for the things you said and still make the same amount of meals. Besides what you and your misses eat is irrelevant to what another couple/kids would eat. Another point is alot of people can't cook that well, so just because you can again is not what everyone else could do.
#21
cbryanp
Its great having high morals when your wallet can afford it. the fact of the matter is that unfortunately many people can not afford to buy a free range chicken and free range eggs everytime they need to feed a family.


The point people miss in the why not buy cheap chicken thing...

There ARE foods that are cheap. And filling/healthy/tasty. So why not eat them instead?

You cannot ethically raise a chicken this cheap. Look to cheaper cuts of bigger animals if money is really that tight!
#22
I'd like to think the chicken might have crammed a lot into its short life and lived it to the max.
#23
Fluff
The point people miss in the why not buy cheap chicken thing...

There ARE foods that are cheap. And filling/healthy/tasty. So why not eat them instead?

You cannot ethically raise a chicken this cheap. Look to cheaper cuts of bigger animals if money is really that tight!


They might not like other meat and tbh whats it got to do with you what other people eat, mind your own business.
#24
i've watched this the other day its dispatches program about cheap supermarket chickens:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=j-xjszQI3_o
#25
Why is it that every time a post for chickens or eggs gets swamped by people puting their "morality" views on here?
I for one am getting fed up with it, as I'm sure others are.
People can make their own minds up without being preached to.
#26
All the foodie freaks are out again i see . Ignore them theyre all liars they're all buying cheap food they just like to feel self important, but as you can see fail miserably ( the rich ones dont know what theyre eating because the cook buys the food ) .

Voted HOT !!!!

the chicken is already dead and cooked , no point wondering were it came from , just buy it and eat it , or as the "so called foodie freaks " do buy it and set it freeeee back into the wild.
#27
yum yum voted hot i love tese for a quick meal
#28
Voted cold much like the meat.

Hmmmm battery chicken
#29
druss27
They might not like other meat and tbh whats it got to do with you what other people eat, mind your own business.


I wasn't criticizing people's choices, just that saying that it was their only choice is a bit of a cop out.

You can eat very cheaply and ethically if you choose to, so don't use finances as an excuse for supporting cruel farming methods.

I will get off my soap box now... and vote this deal hot, because even if I don't want to buy them, I can appreciate they're cheaper than normal and very popular! :whistling:
#30
These are disgusting and should have been banned years ago.

Any decent human being that knows what goes on to get these to the shelf would simply not buy one, however people like to walk around with there eyes closed in this modern world. And its nothing about the price of high morals, there are examples of the poorest people in the world that have far more respect for the live stock they have.

Telling others to mind there own business is simply unacceptable also. If people argument was used throughout history, we would have destroyed ourselves years ago.
#31
HUX1
Cheap tortured chickins, you tight people enjoy. I will stick to freerange


I like my meat Cheap & Tortured

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