480g Tubs of Wafer Thin Smoked/Honey Roast & Cooked Ham £1 @ Asda Instore
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480g Tubs of Wafer Thin Smoked/Honey Roast & Cooked Ham £1 @ Asda Instore

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Found 12th Dec 2015
Saw this is the Golborne Asda, a bargain. No longer on Asdas site so must be discontinuing this pack size, so should be national at this price. They also had wafer thin chicken to at £1.

EDIT:Confirmed national deal.

Bargain seen as even the 200g packs of the same stuff sell for more.
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Fab price, will be in Asda so will keep my eyes open! Ta
Love this stuff, heat added
You should try the Lidl equivalent...100% pork...no water or rubbish like they have in all the other supermarket wafer thin ham
are these not 480g?
aau1

are these not 480g?



Updated it now was just a typo, thanks. We didn't get the wafer thin chicken but i assume the weight will be about the same
Processed meats are not the healthiest option, pay a bit more for sliced meats and you will not only get more taste
but less preservatives.
Loads in the Burden Park Bolton store today.
SCOUSEKEVIN

Processed meats are not the healthiest option, pay a bit more for sliced … Processed meats are not the healthiest option, pay a bit more for sliced meats and you will not only get more taste but less preservatives.


?????????????????????????????????? What about sliced processed meat?
Plenty in Fleetwood store today at £1
qbs

?????????????????????????????????? What about sliced processed meat?


Yes I should have been a bit more specific, if you cannot see the grain of the meat then its processed.
SCOUSEKEVIN

Yes I should have been a bit more specific, if you cannot see the grain … Yes I should have been a bit more specific, if you cannot see the grain of the meat then its processed.


If you cannot see the grain, it's more than likely mechanically recovered, not processed. Processed includes bacon and ham, which, if I'm not mistaken, are also sliced.
qbs

If you cannot see the grain, it's more than likely mechanically … If you cannot see the grain, it's more than likely mechanically recovered, not processed. Processed includes bacon and ham, which, if I'm not mistaken, are also sliced.


Processed refers to any meat which has an additive included, all of the packs of meat in the picture are from shaped meat, not all of which is mechanically recovered. Not all bacon is processed.
Uridium

You should try the Lidl equivalent...100% pork...no water or rubbish like … You should try the Lidl equivalent...100% pork...no water or rubbish like they have in all the other supermarket wafer thin ham


There's just something extremely off about British ham. I mean, it smells awful, doesn't taste very good but the prices are cheap.

Makes me wish they'd sell ham from Portugal and Spain.
got some yesterday it seems to be the packs dated 24th december. wasnt down priced 9n the shelf but scanned through as £1
sush90

got some yesterday it seems to be the packs dated 24th december. wasnt … got some yesterday it seems to be the packs dated 24th december. wasnt down priced 9n the shelf but scanned through as £1



We got one at 24th to, there was also some with 27th and might of been 28th on. Dates might vary with variety though
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