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1.5 kg Gammon Joints half price was £7.49 now £3.74 @ Tesco
1.5 kg Gammon Joints half price was £7.49 now £3.74 @ Tesco

1.5 kg Gammon Joints half price was £7.49 now £3.74 @ Tesco

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Smoked & Unsmoked Gammon Joints 1.5 kg

was £7.49 now half price at £3.74

(the dates on these are mid July)


Valid from 17/06/09 until 22/06/09 instore & online

13 Comments

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I dont like gammon- cold

I like gammon hot. ;-)

You beat me to it, I was going to post this, got some today.

Voted hot.

Great bargain OP!

Roast and sarnies.....yummy!

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have you seen the condition these pigs live in? lmao

And have you seen how they produce reformed stuff like this ?

WHAT IS 'FORMED' HAM?
Horrible stuff - pieces of pork muscle, injected with water, salt, polyphosphates and other preservatives. It is then re-moulded, often into square blocks or a laughable "ham joint" shape. Look out for "reformed ham" on labels -this is produced in a similar way and may contain connective tissue as well as muscle meat.

Ok for pet food or West Brum fans but not for me.

hamtastic!

wolvesinwales;5528748

And have you seen how they produce reformed stuff like this ? WHAT IS … And have you seen how they produce reformed stuff like this ? WHAT IS 'FORMED' HAM?Horrible stuff - pieces of pork muscle, injected with water, salt, polyphosphates and other preservatives. It is then re-moulded, often into square blocks or a laughable "ham joint" shape. Look out for "reformed ham" on labels -this is produced in a similar way and may contain connective tissue as well as muscle meat.Ok for pet food or West Brum fans but not for me.



You do know why they inject ham and all them with water? Its because of the weight. They can't put on money for weight of fat. Thats why you get slimey ham nowadays

wolvesinwales;5528748

And have you seen how they produce reformed stuff like this ? WHAT IS … And have you seen how they produce reformed stuff like this ? WHAT IS 'FORMED' HAM?Horrible stuff - pieces of pork muscle, injected with water, salt, polyphosphates and other preservatives. It is then re-moulded, often into square blocks or a laughable "ham joint" shape. Look out for "reformed ham" on labels -this is produced in a similar way and may contain connective tissue as well as muscle meat.Ok for pet food or West Brum fans but not for me.



It's a gammon joint...cut from the bone,
It's not like the cheapo reformed ham slices with added water you get in Tesco Value.

shadowdogg;5528800

You do know why they inject ham and all them with water? Its because of … You do know why they inject ham and all them with water? Its because of the weight. They can't put on money for weight of fat. Thats why you get slimey ham nowadays



You boil gammon in water to cook it.

boiled a smoked joint yesterday , delicious !!
voted HOT from me:thumbsup:

wow this is a great price. Anyone who hasnt tried yet, pleeease simmer your ham in 2 litres of coke (not diet) with a quartered onion in it too. Makes the juciest, sweetest ham ever! . I even make gravy from the salty cola liquor, mmmm. I've also tried this with Schweppes Lemonade and it was just as good! Thinking of trying it in ginger beer next.

Here is the full recipe. nigella.com/rec…253. but its still great withuot doing the last part of the recipe.

Feed it to the west brom players to i say
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