walls the finest cut 8 pack sausages £1 @ Asda instore - HotUKDeals
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dont know if these are online sow them instore tonight they had a lot
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#1
"walls the finest cut"
60% meat or so? And that's good for Walls, good price if you can stomach them.
#2
correct me if im wrong but m&s do a range of sausages for 99p with 93% meat which i usually buy
not a bad deal though as i would assume finest were of a good quality?
#3
Depends what you can legally call meat - bone, gristle, fat etc. 60% is probably more honest if it refers to lean meat.
#4
spraint
Depends what you can legally call meat - bone, gristle, fat etc. 60% is probably more honest if it refers to lean meat.


I believe not bone, but you can have gristle, fat, tendons, veins and arteries. Cheap sausages would be mostly these things, and you can easily reach 60%, filling up the other 40% with water, rusk and chemicals to absorb the water. You don't make money filling them with lean meat :whistling:

I wouldn't buy cheap sauages if they paid me to take them :-D
#5
yum shall get some as i find them nice, please dont all have a great `sausage debate` as usual, although i do always find it funny :-D
#6
Polly_P
please dont all have a great `sausage debate` as usual, although i do always find it funny :-D


.....but.... it's a HotUKdeals tradition :pThe Great Sausage Debate :w00t:




PS. "Meat" per the Food Standards Agency is allowed to include:

Fat and connective tissue, rind, tendon, sinew, gristle, skin, MRM, feet and trotters, tail, head meat, cheeks, liver, veins & arteries, kidney, heart etc

All of these count towards the "meat %" content.
#7
LotusJas
.....but.... it's a HotUKdeals tradition :pThe Great Sausage Debate :w00t:




PS. "Meat" per the Food Standards Agency is allowed to include:

Fat and connective tissue, rind, tendon, sinew, gristle, skin, MRM, feet and trotters, tail, head meat, cheeks, liver, veins & arteries, kidney, heart etc

All of these count towards the "meat %" content.


EEEWWWW THATS GROSS
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Thanks for the reminder < kiwiwarrior > :thumbsup:

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