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Ye Olde Oak Giant Brockwurst 1200G £1.00 @ tesco

£1.00 @ Tesco
These sausages are massive..good price for 8 instore and online Ingredients: Hot Dogs: 67% Chicken (Mechanically Separated), Water, 12% Pork, Potato Starch, Beef Collagen, Smoke Flavour, Pork Col… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
These sausages are massive..good price for 8
instore and online

Ingredients:
Hot Dogs: 67% Chicken (Mechanically Separated), Water, 12% Pork, Potato Starch, Beef Collagen, Smoke Flavour, Pork Collagen, Chicken Collagen, Salt, Hydrolysed Soya Protein, Stabilisers (E451 (i), E412), Dextrose, Coriander, Spices, Preservative (E250), Antioxidant (E330), Brine: Water, Salt
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
great if you like eating mechanically recovered mush. give it a google, its worth knowing what you eat...
1 Like #2
Mmm! Sausages.
#3
Brockwurst should be made with real badgers (or Pokemon if under 14).
#4
swoosh007
great if you like eating mechanically recovered mush. give it a google, its worth knowing what you eat...


Googled and still don't care.. whats ur point?
#5
These are the type of thing you only eat in a world disaster and there is nothing else edible X)
2 Likes #6
Of the list of ingredients at least the water sounds safe to eat and tasty.
#7
I do my own manual meat recovery, boil it up for an hour and shake the bones off and eat as is. But I don't bother with fillers and chemicals and flavourings.
#8
Thought these were something like 39p last time I was in B&M. Got for some tarp camping and heated them in the tin on an open fire in pure survival fashion.
Wouldn't want to pay a quid for this kind of "meat" as the dead badger I found likely had better nutritional value.
5 Likes #9
Try Lidl for their bockwurst - filled with at least 75% pork.

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