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Westler's Sausages in Lard £0.39 @ B&M

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4y, 2w agoFound 4 years, 2 weeks ago
Just saw these in B&M, have appeared here 3 years ago at only 9p, not as good a deal but had to share it. Pure heart attack in a tin, 1200 calories & god knows how much saturated fat crammed into a tin.
I just googled them & they seem to have a cult following.
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This is all you need to know

http://s3.amazonaws.com/greenwala-attachments/production/attachments/7718/large/pig-funny.jpg?1260386489
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god what is that it looks like dog crap in a pan and where did that pan and cooker come from, Noah's ark?

Edited By: roberttaylor82731 on Sep 11, 2012 15:42: mistake
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I personally wouldn't eat it but heat from me just for annoying the PC brigade - I'll choose what I eat if it's all the same to you!
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Heart attack in a tin. This should be banned. Come on Government - no wonder the NHS is in debt treating people as a result of this garbage.

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#1
Proper Northern food!
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http://farm2.staticflickr.com/1355/1429282569_601ef0b072_z.jpg
8 Likes #3
god what is that it looks like dog crap in a pan and where did that pan and cooker come from, Noah's ark?

Edited By: roberttaylor82731 on Sep 11, 2012 15:42: mistake
1 Like #4
Stomach Churning.....UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
5 Likes #5
Heart attack in a tin. This should be banned. Come on Government - no wonder the NHS is in debt treating people as a result of this garbage.
1 Like #6
who's voting for this???
#7
thats disgusting who would want to eat that !!!!!!!!!!!
1 Like #8
I don't understand. is the lard to cook them in or to eat?

*Edit, ahhh I see, they are for camping and the like, where you can fry them in a pan without need to have cooking oil.*

Edited By: Adidas Addict on Sep 11, 2012 15:33
#10
roberttaylor82731
got what is that it looks like dog crap in a pan and where did that pan and cooker come from, Noah's ark?
and the spoon....
8 Likes #11
I personally wouldn't eat it but heat from me just for annoying the PC brigade - I'll choose what I eat if it's all the same to you!
#12
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*Edit, ahhh I see, they are for camping and the like, where you can fry them in a pan without need to have cooking oil.*

But they'll already be cooked, so why not use the traditional brine?
#13
Hucknallred
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*Edit, ahhh I see, they are for camping and the like, where you can fry them in a pan without need to have cooking oil.*


But they'll already be cooked, so why not use the traditional brine?

Cos lard tastes better. HTH.
#14
Are these made using mechanical reclaimed meat?
#15
I've tried these, they are not real sausages. Edible, just. Good to keep just for the lard in emergencies.
Walls used to make real sausages tinned in lard - delicious. I wish I could still get them.
4 Likes #16
The sausages are probably going to be made out of god knows what so not for me, and I'm not saying these are good at all, but the fact they're in lard may not be such a big issue.Although the idea of cooking in Lard may sound like instant heart attack to many, a lot of people are now thinking that because its a very stable fat, real butter and non hydrogenated lard may actually be better, and healthier to use than the many processed oils & margarines we are led to believe are healthy.I don't know for sure, but I'm interested to find out more as I've become very aware of how bad trans fats are for you, and how so many supposedly healthier products contain them.

Anyway, since this is a 'cult' product, it needs some heat ...how else you going to cook them! Good Fun post ;)

Edited By: HAL2000 on Sep 11, 2012 16:15
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The pic looks like the contents of a bin emptied into cheap canned soup, I don't think it's as healthy as the sausages. Heat from me, asuming that they are real sausages with the minimum meat content,

BTW, a lot of you will appreciate things like this when you get older and can't find your teeth oO
3 Likes #18
Think I may treat the in-laws to some when they come round at the weekend.
#19
Got to be said, westlers stuff is complete sh**e.
2 Likes #20
Is it mechanically recovered meat? I believe they have machines that scrape the meat off the carcass, and then the remaining bits are hosed off with a jet wash and collected. And that's why I don't eat most hot dogs.
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thefatcontroller
Are these made using mechanical reclaimed meat?

Of course they are, 99% of tinned (beens in sausages/meatballs etc etc) are made ground up lips, ar$eholes and bone. Other countries are more bothered about, the UK just carries on. Anything that tastes good is fine by me.
1 Like #22
essnkim
Heart attack in a tin. This should be banned. Come on Government - no wonder the NHS is in debt treating people as a result of this garbage.

Yeah, it's the tin of sausages fault not our poor lifestyles! C'mon Cameron, show us the light!
#23
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thefatcontroller
Are these made using mechanical reclaimed meat?

Of course they are, 99% of tinned (beens in sausages/meatballs etc etc) are made ground up lips, ar$eholes and bone. Other countries are more bothered about, the UK just carries on. Anything that tastes good is fine by me.

The people most likely to eat such 'meat' are the most likely not to understand what mechanically extracted meat is. I used to think it meant that they used some electric metal shaver (like you see them cutting kebab meat with) and not squishing brains, spinal cord, bones and other 'waste' in a compressor until they can use it as a filler for such foods.
#24
I agree with previous comments... although I wouldn't eat this personally... let everyone make their own decisions.... where does the nanny state stop?
1 Like #25
People knock lard, but its better than margarines like flora. Man made fats cause heart disease along with excess sugar. Cut your sugar and eat more fat, that's the way to long life!
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Faberge
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thefatcontroller
Are these made using mechanical reclaimed meat?

Of course they are, 99% of tinned (beens in sausages/meatballs etc etc) are made ground up lips, ar$eholes and bone. Other countries are more bothered about, the UK just carries on. Anything that tastes good is fine by me.

The people most likely to eat such 'meat' are the most likely not to understand what mechanically extracted meat is. I used to think it meant that they used some electric metal shaver (like you see them cutting kebab meat with) and not squishing brains, spinal cord, bones and other 'waste' in a compressor until they can use it as a filler for such foods.

Bloody hell, I've been eating this stuff all my life...

Oh well, if it tastes ok I guess i will continue.
#27
Yes the meat level may be low but its better some meat and protein rather than sugar. Pork has more protein per weight than chicken. With pork scratchings being healthier than crisps or roasted peanuts.
#28
Best Vic and Bob sketch in years
#29
Faberge
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thefatcontroller
Are these made using mechanical reclaimed meat?

Of course they are, 99% of tinned (beens in sausages/meatballs etc etc) are made ground up lips, ar$eholes and bone. Other countries are more bothered about, the UK just carries on. Anything that tastes good is fine by me.

The people most likely to eat such 'meat' are the most likely not to understand what mechanically extracted meat is. I used to think it meant that they used some electric metal shaver (like you see them cutting kebab meat with) and not squishing brains, spinal cord, bones and other 'waste' in a compressor until they can use it as a filler for such foods.

i'm pretty sure they aren't allowed to put in brains, sexual organs or anything from the spinal cord
#30
Faberge

The people most likely to eat such 'meat' are the most likely not to understand what mechanically extracted meat is. I used to think it meant that they used some electric metal shaver (like you see them cutting kebab meat with) and not squishing brains, spinal cord, bones and other 'waste' in a compressor until they can use it as a filler for such foods.

Ah the yummy bits, you've not lived until you have chewed up the chicken bones on on your KFC ;-)
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This is all you need to know

http://s3.amazonaws.com/greenwala-attachments/production/attachments/7718/large/pig-funny.jpg?1260386489
#32
this actually made me vom a little... YUCK!
4 Likes #33
If the Jeremy Kyle show was edible, this is what it'd look and taste like.
#34
Wow, talk about a heart attack in a can!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cl-bECLjXyw
#35
no it's not,mechanically recovered meat is flesh(those last bits of meat on a chicken carcass).oddly enough quite popular on a roast chicken.it's when they fire the raw carcasses out of a cannon into a grater that spoils it.

if they did contain brain(brawn),cheecks or face it would cost a damn sight more.

plus how exactly do you sell an anus surely it's just air? the hole in the polo mint.




Edited By: false prophet on Sep 12, 2012 02:37
#36
false prophet
plus how exactly do you sell an anus surely it's just air? the hole in the polo mint.

With that logic your Lungs, Mouth, Nose and your Brain is just air.



Edited By: sidewards on Sep 12, 2012 02:54
#38
jesus crap. surely Geneva convention banned this stuff decades ago ? meat content must be like 9% a tin including hooves teeth and all the other crap even frey bentos pies and tesco value sausages (not less than 30% sawdust) avoid.
#39
Haha this has nearly been made hot!! Lardalicious :D
#40
Is this what Scottish people eat?

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