4 breaded or battered fish fillets 95p @ Tesco
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4 breaded or battered fish fillets 95p @ Tesco

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Found 22nd Mar
Frozen fish fillets breaded.or battered 95p bought some.today and really good and 95p can't believe that
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It's Tescos repackaged 'no frills' range, so very believable
Edited by: "Gollywood" 22nd Mar
33495890.jpgMy little sister sent a picture of her depressing student meal yesterday and we all cracked up laughing because of how small the fish looked on the plate. Pretty sure she bought the same as the picture above. Oh and the packaging opens from the top like a box of maltesers apparently which she found fascinating still not a bad price though
Edited by: "kushie" 22nd Mar
Pro-Tip: Look for a named species of fish on the packet, such as "Cod" or "Haddock", rather than just the word "Fish"..

..which will no doubt be the jet-washings up from the fish market floor formed into fillet shapes.
These are NOT fillets.
These are made of the scraps that remain on the carcass AFTER the fillets have been removed.
They are then put into a fillet shaped mould with additives, and finally covered in batter/crumb.
Poor quality food.
Pollock.
No product information on Tesco website other than it's pollock, which is one of the few commonly used fish that still has sustainable stocks.

Don't know where Roger_Irrelevant or omair get their ideas from, but they're both speaking a load of tosh. Industrial fishing produces huge amounts of fish that are too small to provide commercially viable fillets, so they end up being processed into reformed fillets, fish fingers, fishcakes, fish pies etc etc etc.

Any "additives" will be in the batter/breadcrumb.

Don't like these products. Nothing to do with the fish. The coatings always contain too much salt and rapeseed oil. Yuk.
qbs41 m ago

No product information on Tesco website other than it's pollock, which is …No product information on Tesco website other than it's pollock, which is one of the few commonly used fish that still has sustainable stocks.Don't know where Roger_Irrelevant or omair get their ideas from, but they're both speaking a load of tosh. Industrial fishing produces huge amounts of fish that are too small to provide commercially viable fillets, so they end up being processed into reformed fillets, fish fingers, fishcakes, fish pies etc etc etc.Any "additives" will be in the batter/breadcrumb.Don't like these products. Nothing to do with the fish. The coatings always contain too much salt and rapeseed oil. Yuk.


Well when we're finally unshackled the EU, we'll have the right to manage our own waters, I.e. put the tiddlers back in ALIVE to breed instead of bringing them back dead to turn into mush fillets cos of quotas.

Not rocket science.
Roger_Irrelevant4 h, 36 m ago

Well when we're finally unshackled the EU, we'll have the right to manage …Well when we're finally unshackled the EU, we'll have the right to manage our own waters, I.e. put the tiddlers back in ALIVE to breed instead of bringing them back dead to turn into mush fillets cos of quotas. Not rocket science.



Einstein, the science would suggest to throw back the bigger, stronger fish to breed
why does the link take you to Tesco direct
Roger_Irrelevant8 h, 48 m ago

Well when we're finally unshackled the EU, we'll have the right to manage …Well when we're finally unshackled the EU, we'll have the right to manage our own waters, I.e. put the tiddlers back in ALIVE to breed instead of bringing them back dead to turn into mush fillets cos of quotas. Not rocket science.


Absolutely nothing to do with EU, quotas or throw back. Pollock are primarily sourced from the north Pacific/Alaska and the mature fish are by their nature, small, so won't all produce prime fillet.
Incidentally, dumping fish has been a bad habit of the UK fishing industry for decades, long before it became headline news. Prime fish was commonly dumped to make room for more valuable fish when the fish hold was full. The decline in fish stocks is more down to greed than the EU or anything else.
kushie11 h, 44 m ago

[Image] My little sister sent a picture of her depressing student meal …[Image] My little sister sent a picture of her depressing student meal yesterday and we all cracked up laughing because of how small the fish looked on the plate. Pretty sure she bought the same as the picture above. Oh and the packaging opens from the top like a box of maltesers apparently which she found fascinating still not a bad price though


That meal doesn't look too bad to me! I'd rather have some better fish though.
Just to let you know, if you already don't, that tomorrow morning there will be many millions waking up with no food and would be over the moon with this meal. So in my opinion a good deal and if you don't like it, don't buy it.......don't rubbish it
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