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24 x Richmond Irish Recipe Thick Sausages just £2.50 instore @ Farmfoods
24 x Richmond Irish Recipe Thick Sausages just £2.50 instore @ Farmfoods

24 x Richmond Irish Recipe Thick Sausages just £2.50 instore @ Farmfoods

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16 pack plus 50% free 24 of the tastiest sausages at a great price....

I cannot wait for breakfast tomrorow and this has to be the best offer around for them

The link shows many offers that are excellent but thought the 2 offers I listed should eb particularly noted.

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My old nan once told me ' eat to live not live to eat'!

Good deal if you like these sausages but they are only about 40-50% pork depending on which variety you purchase. Not for me but still hot on the price!

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chrisdoran

My old nan once told me ' eat to live not live to eat'!



is that not the weight watchers logo?

more leaking fat than pig (..I can't call it meat)!
Pop into waitrose & get their essentials good value not bad sausages, a good few levels above these things!

Sausages were best described by my Dad as
"Bags of nothing". He was right. But these are
cheap.

Edited by: "muggy" 4th Mar 2011

Nasty sausages! If you are going to buy sausages, at least buy some good ones!

these sausages always get a slating on here not sure why, they are pork sausages and meet the minimum requirement of 42% pork, certainly they are better than cheap sausages that use mechanically reclaimed meat.

What do you not understand about "they taste like crap and you gain a pool of fat after cooking"?

flyingteddy

these sausages always get a slating on here not sure why, they are pork … these sausages always get a slating on here not sure why, they are pork sausages and meet the minimum requirement of 42% pork, certainly they are better than cheap sausages that use mechanically reclaimed meat.

Civic EG6

What do you not understand about "they taste like crap and you gain a … What do you not understand about "they taste like crap and you gain a pool of fat after cooking"?



not for me, not sure how you are cooking them. and all sausages should have fat in them, otherwise they'd be dry.

no, not these days, a lot of folk simply bake em for a few less calories,
richmonds simply pi$$ fat , ..i'd have to cook 20 packs of waitrose essential sausages to get anything like the BP size slick that 1 pack of richmond sausages produce.

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MR GUS

no, not these days, a lot of folk simply bake em for a few less … no, not these days, a lot of folk simply bake em for a few less calories,richmonds simply pi$$ fat , ..i'd have to cook 20 packs of waitrose essential sausages to get anything like the BP size slick that 1 pack of richmond sausages produce.



Not for you then Mr Gus......

Nah sorry, I was using these as an intermediary sausage prior to my daughter eating real sausages, the fat was diabolical, I..I admit when i've popped one in my mouth it hasn't been bad, however the sheer qty of fat disposal from cooking these has to be seen to be believed (_;)

These richmond thick pork sausages from farmfoods are nothing like the richmond sausages from elsewhere, although in the same packaging they cook/look/taste inferior and must be made to a lower standard to meet farmfoods price
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