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The Good Grub People - Salmon Fillets - £10.50

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Half price Salmon fillet portions, I have had these at full price and they are lovely!! Plus £7.95 delivery to UK mainland only. - IamMT
alisonbrown2985 Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago4 Comments
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£10.50 for 800g = £13.13/kg - cold. Not to mention extortionate delivery costs.

If you like Salmon, buy a whole one for a fraction of the price and fillet it.

http://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Ocado-Large-Whole-Salmon/68005011?from=search&tags=%7C20000¶m=salmon&parentContainer=SEARCHsalmon_SHELFVIEW


Edited By: valerydarcy on Jul 15, 2014 10:29
I spent a worthy 10 minutes chopping up a 1.2kg side of salmon into portions for the freezer yesterday. Cost me £12.00 from Ocado and made 20 decent portions. It's currently £7.50 in Asda for the same thing.
IamMT
Delivery £7.95 if order is less than £80 :(

*faints*
Delivery £7.95 if order is less than £80 :(
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Half Price Grass Fed Beef Mince £3.13 and Diced Steak £3.58 @ TheGoodGrubPeople AND £10 off your 1st order (£7.95 delivery)

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The Good Grub People have a half price offer on this week for their Grass Fed Trent Valley beef mince and diced steak. The mince is 440g at £3.13 The diced steak is 440g at £3.58 If you're a new
X10 Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago11 Comments
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Will have a look at the site, thanks for posting :)
They will generally be fed things other than their natural diet of grass. Usually grains, which is not what cows are designed to eat. Some reading for you Sambat:

http://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/grass-fed-beef-zmaz09amzraw.aspx#axzz34vrKB7eJ

http://chriskresser.com/why-grass-fed-trumps-grain-fed

http://www.bulletproofexec.com/why-grass-fed-meat-is-healthier-than-grain-fed-an-epic-series/

http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=141

http://www.pfla.org.uk/why-pasture/what-are-the-benefits/

Clearly no-one thinks this is a deal so I'll just order some to myself.

Edited By: X10 on Jun 17, 2014 22:00
Um, what else would a cow be eating this time of year?
at374661
Horse meat!
Yeah, that stuff is extra lean compared to beef. Horse has more protein and less fat - Yum.
juliedobson
I'm with you that it's good meat but that delivery charge is insane. It's not exactly the same but abel & cole are 99p delivery and riverford are free, both grass-fed animals. Not really a deal unless you want to buy a ton of cow and have a spare chest freezer. No disrespect, am on primal also, but not for me.
If you compare it that way, you only have to buy 6 packs of the mince before it works out better, and I guess that's at least the minimum I would buy - not exactly a ton of cow. But yes, definitely for bulk purchases.
I could compare this to MuscleMeat, MuscleFood, Westin Gourmet, Athleat, who also all charge a similar delivery fee to £7.95.

Just looked at Riverford, their beef is almost twice as expensive, so the delivery is hidden in the cost of the product too.

Edited By: X10 on Jun 17, 2014 20:00: Updated research
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