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Rib-eye steak 195g £2.82 a pack @Tesco

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16 Likes
tabintab1
Tesco meats are terrible. Freezing Cold

You don't eat it when its frozen you wally
12 Likes
plodging
dragonxpress
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dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
Never had an issue with the meat from Aldi .. But the fruit and veg is very hit and miss and still with obscure sell by dates on most of it , very dubious practice and designed to leave stuff on shelves so people don't notice short shelf life.
use before/sell before/best before is no substitute for common sense. If it looks bad/smells off /looks dodgy - avoid. I was born in a time before these guidelines and when you got meat from a butchers and veg from a market stall. Hell, where I'm from chicken is still on the bone and feathers still intact, the one you choose is the liveliest one in the cage!
I agree , I buy from local butchers and greengrocers as much as possible .. And cherry pick the decent deals from supermarkets . But the policy of labelling use by dates like aldi is deliberate and the quality of the fresh veg is way below other supermarkets .

If you go to an Aldi when they open first thing and the fruit and veg sections are full. Go at 9pm and it usually looks pretty desolate by comparison. I feel this approach limits wastage because if you put dates on, people just reach under and find stuff with that extra day on and then it ends up on the reduced shelf. The stuff on there always looks grim when I walk past it and it's not even out of date. Market stall produce have no dates on and no one accuses them of deliberate dubious practice. There's no date on loose bananas in any supermarket, you pick the sizes you want and "best" looking ones. I also do this with stuff in packets, date or no date. If I see something bad, even if in date, I don't think all their produce is bad, I just pick another that's fine. Given the sheer logistics of transporting fruit and veg a few hundred, sometimes thousands, of miles to stores meaning we can buy stuff every day of the year, these things can happen.

A carrot is a carrot, it's shape or size doesn't really matter so I'm not sure what would define a low quality carrot. Why do you need a date on a potato? What did people do before dates? If something is edible it's edible, it doesn't explode with mould at the stroke of midnight after the BB date. I can go into any supermarket and find some poor quality veg.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Aug 21, 2016 16:30: .
8 Likes
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
7 Likes
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
5 Likes
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.


30 years in dog food business ?

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8 Likes #1
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
#2
This is the standard price...
1 Like #3
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.
1 Like #4
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.


I'll give that a go next time.
1 Like #5
Tried few of these on BBQ recently. Tasted amazing. Some of the more expensive cuts not so much.
3 Likes #6
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
#7
u can buy meat from aldi?
#8
moo
1 Like #9
195 grams
2 Likes #10
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
go to local bucher
2 Likes #11
£14 per kilo. Mmmmm
7 Likes #12
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
#13
Got a wonderful piece of ribeye from the butchers yesterday, having it in around 2 hours, cannot wait.
3 Likes #14
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
Never had an issue with the meat from Aldi .. But the fruit and veg is very hit and miss and still with obscure sell by dates on most of it , very dubious practice and designed to leave stuff on shelves so people don't notice short shelf life.
#15
plodging
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
Never had an issue with the meat from Aldi .. But the fruit and veg is very hit and miss and still with obscure sell by dates on most of it , very dubious practice and designed to leave stuff on shelves so people don't notice short shelf life.


use before/sell before/best before is no substitute for common sense. If it looks bad/smells off /looks dodgy - avoid. I was born in a time before these guidelines and when you got meat from a butchers and veg from a market stall. Hell, where I'm from chicken is still on the bone and feathers still intact, the one you choose is the liveliest one in the cage!
4 Likes #16
jkd
Got a wonderful piece of ribeye from the butchers yesterday, having it in around 2 hours, cannot wait.

How do you know its wonderfull? Did you buy a Time machine from the shop next door when you was buying your steak?
#17
dragonxpress
plodging
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
Never had an issue with the meat from Aldi .. But the fruit and veg is very hit and miss and still with obscure sell by dates on most of it , very dubious practice and designed to leave stuff on shelves so people don't notice short shelf life.
use before/sell before/best before is no substitute for common sense. If it looks bad/smells off /looks dodgy - avoid. I was born in a time before these guidelines and when you got meat from a butchers and veg from a market stall. Hell, where I'm from chicken is still on the bone and feathers still intact, the one you choose is the liveliest one in the cage!
I agree , I buy from local butchers and greengrocers as much as possible .. And cherry pick the decent deals from supermarkets . But the policy of labelling use by dates like aldi is deliberate and the quality of the fresh veg is way below other supermarkets .
2 Likes #18
Dhaos
jkd
Got a wonderful piece of ribeye from the butchers yesterday, having it in around 2 hours, cannot wait.
How do you know its wonderfull? Did you buy a Time machine from the shop next door when you was buying your steak?
The quality of steak mate, can you not tell the difference between a cheap piece or an expensive piece from looks alone ?
12 Likes #19
plodging
dragonxpress
plodging
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
Never had an issue with the meat from Aldi .. But the fruit and veg is very hit and miss and still with obscure sell by dates on most of it , very dubious practice and designed to leave stuff on shelves so people don't notice short shelf life.
use before/sell before/best before is no substitute for common sense. If it looks bad/smells off /looks dodgy - avoid. I was born in a time before these guidelines and when you got meat from a butchers and veg from a market stall. Hell, where I'm from chicken is still on the bone and feathers still intact, the one you choose is the liveliest one in the cage!
I agree , I buy from local butchers and greengrocers as much as possible .. And cherry pick the decent deals from supermarkets . But the policy of labelling use by dates like aldi is deliberate and the quality of the fresh veg is way below other supermarkets .

If you go to an Aldi when they open first thing and the fruit and veg sections are full. Go at 9pm and it usually looks pretty desolate by comparison. I feel this approach limits wastage because if you put dates on, people just reach under and find stuff with that extra day on and then it ends up on the reduced shelf. The stuff on there always looks grim when I walk past it and it's not even out of date. Market stall produce have no dates on and no one accuses them of deliberate dubious practice. There's no date on loose bananas in any supermarket, you pick the sizes you want and "best" looking ones. I also do this with stuff in packets, date or no date. If I see something bad, even if in date, I don't think all their produce is bad, I just pick another that's fine. Given the sheer logistics of transporting fruit and veg a few hundred, sometimes thousands, of miles to stores meaning we can buy stuff every day of the year, these things can happen.

A carrot is a carrot, it's shape or size doesn't really matter so I'm not sure what would define a low quality carrot. Why do you need a date on a potato? What did people do before dates? If something is edible it's edible, it doesn't explode with mould at the stroke of midnight after the BB date. I can go into any supermarket and find some poor quality veg.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Aug 21, 2016 16:30: .
#20
Tesco meats are terrible. Freezing Cold
16 Likes #21
tabintab1
Tesco meats are terrible. Freezing Cold

You don't eat it when its frozen you wally
5 Likes #22
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.


30 years in dog food business ?
1 Like #23
monkey1999
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.


30 years in dog food business ?


someone presumably born in 1999 is trying to lecture on food quality? against someone with 30 years of experience in the food industry?

didnt everyone know that 16-17 year olds are experts in the logistics of fresh food?

Aldi produce is fine, on par with all other supermarkets provided you are smart in which ones you pick.
#24
I got 8 big ribeye steaks for a tenner from the meat market last month. Been having gorgeous steak all month.
#25
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.
179 grams for a "porterhouse"....
1 Like #26
umirza85
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.
179 grams for a "porterhouse"....
How can i try it if you have already eaten it? Much larger when removed from the pack.......... some kind a tardis effect wrapper?
#27
adamspencer95
monkey1999
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.


30 years in dog food business ?


someone presumably born in 1999 is trying to lecture on food quality? against someone with 30 years of experience in the food industry?

didnt everyone know that 16-17 year olds are experts in the logistics of fresh food?

Aldi produce is fine, on par with all other supermarkets provided you are smart in which ones you pick.


Been exposed on there no date loophole law on fruit and full of water high ecoli chicken Compared to all food retailers granted Aldi do some good stuff but fruit veg meat are the reasons people won't leave the big 4 completely
#28
Is this a good deal....8 oz sirloin steak with all the trimmings (chips/peas/cup of tea,etc) for £9.95 in my local café?
#29
thomasleep
umirza85
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.
179 grams for a "porterhouse"....
How can i try it if you have already eaten it? Much larger when removed from the pack.......... some kind a tardis effect wrapper?
maybe its one of those antman type things if you can ever go back and try it. You throw one of those enlarging discs at it?
1 Like #30
thomasleep

I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
err no you dont.
#31
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.


Never realised Iceland did this, must give it a try. Thanks
#32
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.
Six ounce Porterhouse,you can't be serious
#33
This price has been the normal price for about 4 months now
#34
monkey1999
adamspencer95
monkey1999
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.


Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor


I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.


30 years in dog food business ?


someone presumably born in 1999 is trying to lecture on food quality? against someone with 30 years of experience in the food industry?

didnt everyone know that 16-17 year olds are experts in the logistics of fresh food?

Aldi produce is fine, on par with all other supermarkets provided you are smart in which ones you pick.


Been exposed on there no date loophole law on fruit and full of water high ecoli chicken Compared to all food retailers granted Aldi do some good stuff but fruit veg meat are the reasons people won't leave the big 4 completely


Um, as someone who manages food safety in the meat industry for a living, I can tell you that you have a lot to learn. What are your concerns exactly? e.coli on sanitised fruit? Campylobacter on raw chicken perhaps?
2 Likes #35
ive just eaten one of the sirloins at this price,cooked it medium and tasted good enough to me.ive tried better supermarket steak but at 3 times the price.These are good value and taste good too.
1 Like #36
£14.46/k ? ... fill yer freezers mugs. Vote hot sheeple, red hot
2 Likes #37
aldi steaks are **** unless you buy the very expensive ones. the best ribeyes from supermarkets are the 2 for 7 in asda they are top quality with very good marbling and when rested and cooked to medium rare you can cut with a spoon. these tesco ones are second for quality in that price range imo.
2 Likes #38
yrreb88
plodging
dragonxpress
plodging
dragonxpress
monkey1999
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.
Lmao Aldi meats better sorry Aldi fruit and meat is very poor
I suppose paying more makes them better quality? I buy my fruit, veg and meat from Aldi and is much better than the top 4 supermarkets especially on price. Have been in the food business for over 30 years so know what I'm talking about.
Never had an issue with the meat from Aldi .. But the fruit and veg is very hit and miss and still with obscure sell by dates on most of it , very dubious practice and designed to leave stuff on shelves so people don't notice short shelf life.
use before/sell before/best before is no substitute for common sense. If it looks bad/smells off /looks dodgy - avoid. I was born in a time before these guidelines and when you got meat from a butchers and veg from a market stall. Hell, where I'm from chicken is still on the bone and feathers still intact, the one you choose is the liveliest one in the cage!
I agree , I buy from local butchers and greengrocers as much as possible .. And cherry pick the decent deals from supermarkets . But the policy of labelling use by dates like aldi is deliberate and the quality of the fresh veg is way below other supermarkets .
If you go to an Aldi when they open first thing and the fruit and veg sections are full. Go at 9pm and it usually looks pretty desolate by comparison. I feel this approach limits wastage because if you put dates on, people just reach under and find stuff with that extra day on and then it ends up on the reduced shelf. The stuff on there always looks grim when I walk past it and it's not even out of date. Market stall produce have no dates on and no one accuses them of deliberate dubious practice. There's no date on loose bananas in any supermarket, you pick the sizes you want and "best" looking ones. I also do this with stuff in packets, date or no date. If I see something bad, even if in date, I don't think all their produce is bad, I just pick another that's fine. Given the sheer logistics of transporting fruit and veg a few hundred, sometimes thousands, of miles to stores meaning we can buy stuff every day of the year, these things can happen.
A carrot is a carrot, it's shape or size doesn't really matter so I'm not sure what would define a low quality carrot. Why do you need a date on a potato? What did people do before dates? If something is edible it's edible, it doesn't explode with mould at the stroke of midnight after the BB date. I can go into any supermarket and find some poor quality veg.
Carry on buying veg that's rotten in 2 days .. Horses for courses mate.
#39
steveblackman
I find tescos cheaper steaks fatty and grissaly. Try aldis steaks, fantastic cuts of meat.

"grissaly" blimey that sounds posh!
#40
tobyheyhosmith
ssaass
May I suggest trying " Iceland's ", Porterhouse steak. 179 gramms and costs £3.00. One of the best pieces of steak I have eaten in a long time. N.B. it comes in a sealed pack and looks quite small, it is much larger when removed from the packaging.
Six ounce Porterhouse,you can't be serious

7 ounce actually!

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