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RED HOT BALLS......NOW 70p at Morrisons!

£0.70 @ Morrisons
Until Valentines day Heinz RED HOT BALLS are now just 70p 415g tin of Heinz baked beans with spicy meatballs......' THEY ARE THE DOGS ' Done some very important research: £1.07 AT CO-OP £1.00…
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Until Valentines day Heinz RED HOT BALLS are now just 70p

415g tin of Heinz baked beans with spicy meatballs......' THEY ARE THE DOGS '

Done some very important research:
£1.07 AT CO-OP
£1.00 AT Sainsbury's
They currently have no red hot balls at Asda.
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1 Like #1
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3238/2617057008_2b617abe2c.jpg
#2
415g tin of Heinz baked beans with spicy meatballs...... .' THEY ARE THE DOGS

ewww i really hope they aint the dogs
#4
Personally waiting for discount on the tinned breakfast. Eggs, bacon, sausage, musroom and beans. Yum yum
banned 1 Like #5
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.
#6
Can't we have one Red Hot Balls deal that doesn't descend into childish schoolboy giggling? I used to be able to innocently enjoy these with my Wee Willy Winkies but now I'll have these juvenile jokes in my head at supper time.
#7
slamdunkin
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.


delicious!
#8
slamdunkin;7710259
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.


MRM = lips, skin and pressure washed caracass bones :thumbsup: MMMMM them BALLS really are tasty .......barfffffffff :roll:
#9
slamdunkin
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.


Yup, Bon Appetit fellas!
#10
rep for amusing description
#11
"You are what you eat". Need I say more? :whistling:
#12
slamdunkin
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.


This happens with a lot of other food they can add a certain amount of insects and not even have to declare it.
#13
"Dosa meat-a-balls are so spicey"1
1 Like #14
Hmm is this going to be another one of those deals which gets hot based on the wording, similar to BIG JUICY MELONS.
Please, dont be spanners and vote a deal up just because it has a REALLY FUNNY name.
If making a deal hot is just based on some god aweful and obvious innuendo pasted in caps lock then i dread to think what else the drooling air heads voting this hot will applaud next.
Clown costumes?
Shiny red balls?
1 Like #15
Voted cold for the picture and the embarrassing double-entendres (taken from the Big Book of School Playground Cliches) and for the OP deliberately formatting his deal to spur the double-entendres in order to get Rep, as unable to do so for something sensible and mature.
1 Like #16
Even A Big Company Like Heinz Have A Sense Of Humour!!
Come On Life Is Toooo Short & Toooo Serious!!!!
#17
slamdunkin
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.


There's no MRM in this product, if it were in there the label would have to list it in the ingredients list.:thumbsup:

That said, they are low in meat content - rest of it is flour/onion/spices.

Ingredients
Beans (36%), Tomatoes (23%), Water, Pork & Beef Meatballs (17%) (Pork (28%), Beef (28%), Onion, Red Pepper, Wheat Flour, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Chilli, Sugar, Stabiliser - Diphosphates, Herbs, Spice, Garlic Powder, Spice and Herb Extract), Sugar, Glucose - Fructose Syrup, Modified Cornflour, Salt, Spirit Vinegar, Spice Extract, Herb Extract.
#18
Shaiya
Voted cold for the picture and the embarrassing double-entendres (taken from the Big Book of School Playground Cliches) and for the OP deliberately formatting his deal to spur the double-entendres in order to get Rep, as unable to do so for something sensible and mature.


Shame can't vote you cold for being a miserable poo :roll:

I'd be well up for some of these had I just not spent the last week constantly doising myself up on Diocalm 24/7
#19
only Water, Pork & Beef Meatballs (17%) (Pork (28%), Beef (28%), ta rest would be brain sheep testicles an fat
in less it had 100% beef an pork i dont bother touch processed food ne more with all health warnings so not voting either way
banned#20
moob
There's no MRM in this product, if it were in there the label would have to list it in the ingredients list.:thumbsup:

That said, they are low in meat content - rest of it is flour/onion/spices.

Ingredients
Beans (36%), Tomatoes (23%), Water, Pork & Beef Meatballs (17%) (Pork (28%), Beef (28%), Onion, Red Pepper, Wheat Flour, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Chilli, Sugar, Stabiliser - Diphosphates, Herbs, Spice, Garlic Powder, Spice and Herb Extract), Sugar, Glucose - Fructose Syrup, Modified Cornflour, Salt, Spirit Vinegar, Spice Extract, Herb Extract.


beans 36%
Tomatoes 23%
Pork & Beef Meatballs 17%
Pork 28%
Beef 28%


132%....lol of cause you can trust the label.
#21
I wonder if there are any meatballs in a tin that are good quality high meat content and edible ?
#22
mmorpg_gamer
only Water, Pork & Beef Meatballs (17%) (Pork (28%), Beef (28%), ta rest would be brain sheep testicles an fat
in less it had 100% beef an pork i dont bother touch processed food ne more with all health warnings so not voting either way


You have no idea what you're talking about. :roll:
#23
slamdunkin
beans 36%
Tomatoes 23%
Pork & Beef Meatballs 17%
Pork 28%
Beef 28%


132%....lol of cause you can trust the label.


Nah mate - the 17% meatballs are comprised of 28% pork and 28% beef.:thumbsup:
#24
slamdunkin
beans 36%
Tomatoes 23%
Pork & Beef Meatballs 17%
Pork 28%
Beef 28%


132%....lol of cause you can trust the label.


Clearly the 17% meatballs comprises of 28% pork and 28% beef hence the bracket...
banned#25
Tom0
Clearly the 17% meatballs comprises of 28% pork and 28% beef hence the bracket...



There are brackets on the Beans (36%), Tomatoes (23%), too....but if the balls themselves are (Pork (28%), Beef (28%), you do know what they are allowed to class as meat?....gristle cartilage and fat for instance.
#26
Bought 100 tins for ebay.
#27
meatballs couldn't be easier to make from scratch. Do yourself a favour. Know what goes in your food and make them yourself. Tins like this should be banned.... not surprising the country's going to the dogs!
#28
colin84
Bought 100 tins for ebay.


ummmm.... once ebay've taken their cut, pay pal have taken their fee (that really bugs me... why did they introduce that.... grrrrr) and you've paid postage, methinks that you'll either make minus money, or get no interest!!!!!:whistling:
#29
In your research you forgot TESCO at 96p
#30
slamdunkin
There are brackets on the Beans (36%), Tomatoes (23%), too....but if the balls themselves are (Pork (28%), Beef (28%), you do know what they are allowed to class as meat?....gristle cartilage and fat for instance.



Oh dear. There is a double bracket to show that it consists of several other ingredients... I am not aware of the exact definition of "meat" but I agree for this price you shouldn't be expecting prime steak :) A bit of gristle cartilage won't kill you though :P
#31
slamdunkin
Mechanically reclaimed meat is produced by crushing all the stripped bones and the much that gets pushed through the holes in the crusher is called beat and put into products like meatballs.


Yummy MRM. You are what you eat! Count me out.
#32
ledzappa
Yummy MRM. You are what you eat! Count me out.


You're body doesn't know its mechanically re-claimed. It has been developed over hundreds of thousands of years to metabolise what it can. This won't do you any harm - it won't be jam-packed with protein of course but you're body will constitute it just fine.
1 Like #33
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#34
Please, can those tinned food haters cut out the holier-than-thou crap? If we want to eat tinned food once in a while that's our business. Personally I think these look delicious and I'll probably pick one up. Oh, the proposed ingredients make you all squeamish? All I can say is: meh. As mentioned above, our body handles such food just fine, even if it isn't healthy... what do you expect?

By the way, there are LOADS of miniscule parasites/etc all over our bodies. Just thought I'd say that.
#35
Mantis
Please, can those tinned food haters cut out the holier-than-thou crap? If we want to eat tinned food once in a while that's our business. Personally I think these look delicious and I'll probably pick one up. Oh, the proposed ingredients make you all squeamish? All I can say is: meh. As mentioned above, our body handles such food just fine, even if it isn't healthy... what do you expect?

By the way, there are LOADS of miniscule parasites/etc all over our bodies. Just thought I'd say that.


Great a fellow tinned food afficionado. Will let you know when the HP All Day Breakfast goes on sale. Have you tried Spam?
#36
Mantis;7714655
Please, can those tinned food haters cut out the holier-than-thou crap? If we want to eat tinned food once in a while that's our business. Personally I think these look delicious and I'll probably pick one up. Oh, the proposed ingredients make you all squeamish? All I can say is: meh. As mentioned above, our body handles such food just fine, even if it isn't healthy... what do you expect?

By the way, there are LOADS of miniscule parasites/etc all over our bodies. Just thought I'd say that.


No, I (or any other HUKD member) will NOT "cut the holier-than-thou crap"!

This is a forum in a democracy. For your information, that means a place on the internet where people can come together to discuss things in a free and open manner (barring offensive language and personal attacks of course).

Thank you for your request (duly noted), but I, for one, shall continue to express my "holier-than-thou" opinions (if it is all right with you!). :p
#37
dink
No, I (or any other HUKD member) will NOT "cut the holier-than-thou crap"!

This is a forum in a democracy. For your information, that means a place on the internet where people can come together to discuss things in a free and open manner (barring offensive language and personal attacks of course).

Thank you for your request (duly noted), but I, for one, shall continue to express my "holier-than-thou" opinions (if it is all right with you!). :p


Fair enough;

Eating a balanced, nutritionally varied diet is the only thing a person needs to shoot for - unless you have specific requirements like an athlete. Are there really some people who thinks a can of meatballs somehow takes away from that? If there are, then you should go away and have a deep think about what's going on inside your body because you are sorely mistaken and you have got hold of the wrong end of the wrong stick.

Your body doesn't go 'tonight I will mostly be making liver cells so woe betide this fella if he doesn't eat something packed with nutrition today' - it's a long, complex, endless(until THE end) series of conveyor belts that provides your body, hopefully, with the building blocks it needs to repair and build.

Just like a building site doesn't have bricks, plaster and sand delivered every day - it generally won't help or hurt if they have too much but building starts to slow if they don't get a delivery every now and then.

A balanced diet isn't made or broken in a single meal.
#38
dink
No, I (or any other HUKD member) will NOT "cut the holier-than-thou crap"!

This is a forum in a democracy. For your information, that means a place on the internet where people can come together to discuss things in a free and open manner (barring offensive language and personal attacks of course).

Thank you for your request (duly noted), but I, for one, shall continue to express my "holier-than-thou" opinions (if it is all right with you!). :p


OMG - the po-faced attitude of some posters will make me sicker than any processed meatballs could!
1 Like #39
Wolfylee
You're body doesn't know its mechanically re-claimed. It has been developed over hundreds of thousands of years to metabolise what it can. This won't do you any harm - it won't be jam-packed with protein of course but you're body will constitute it just fine.


This doesn't contain MRM however.:roll:
#40
moob
This doesn't contain MRM however.:roll:


I posted a meatball deal the other day, and someone said they contain MRM. I'm thinking that don't they have to say it on the tin?. I'd have thought so, they can't hide this fact right, itsn't it illegal not to state this? :thinking:

I did see the programme about it (mrm), and it was yucky

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