Aldi 21 Day Matured Beef Roasting Joint @ £4.99/kg
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Aldi 21 Day Matured Beef Roasting Joint @ £4.99/kg

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LocalFound 7th Jun 2016
Aldi Ashfield Farm 21 day matured beef roasting joints on offer instore. Cheaper than the other major supermarkets whose roasting joints are also not 21 day matured.

Topside, silverside and top rump cuts available. Got my 3 in the picture for my next batch of biltong - get in!
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Not really a deal.What cut,not everything at Aldi is cheap.
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The thing about Aldi is they seem to avoid the negative media attention even when they are the worst culprits. Just makes me wonder what else they get away with
Skip this and get the 28 day matured topside roasting joint at £8.99 per Kg.... I doubt you will regret it.
Sounds good to me...

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Not really a deal.What cut,not everything at Aldi is cheap.



The cuts are mentioned in the post. I've always found aldi meat to be good quality

Not really a deal.What cut,not everything at Aldi is cheap.


My bad...If not a deal then what is it?
Clearly did not bother reading anything in the post in the rush to moan...ah well...

Skip this and get the 28 day matured topside roasting joint at £8.99 per … Skip this and get the 28 day matured topside roasting joint at £8.99 per Kg.... I doubt you will regret it.


Thanks...will look out for it next time.

Your text hereThe thing about Aldi is they seem to avoid the negative … Your text hereThe thing about Aldi is they seem to avoid the negative media attention even when they are the worst culprits. Just makes me wonder what else they get away with



Interesting, but not sure what that has to do with the price of beef...(_;)
'Get in' - What do you mean?
Like all the supermarket meats... Aldi's fair is no better or worse... it's all a matter of personal taste
There's a Good Deal to be had... and I'll be steaking a few for the BBQ
got to love 21 day matured in the bag meat, yes its ok but its certainly not matured.

Your text hereThe thing about Aldi is they seem to avoid the negative … Your text hereThe thing about Aldi is they seem to avoid the negative media attention even when they are the worst culprits. Just makes me wonder what else they get away with



They were still a niche player at the time, as they get bigger the spotlight gets hotter.
Are the roasts long enough for biltong strips OP ? Good price.
is this nation wide or store specific?
nice deal ,i find aldi meat loads better than asda
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Are the roasts long enough for biltong strips OP ? Good price.



​They are for me as my biltong box is made out of a 64 litre Really Useful Box which is 31cm High x 71cm wide. See this old thread where I posted pictures on my box - hotukdeals.com/dea…594

I cut the strips "with the grain" so am typically slicing the pictured joints longways so most strips are between 20 - 30 cm and I like it about 2 cm thick max. Sometimes strips are shorter as I seperate joint where I encounter connecting tissue and the grain changes direction.

the pictured 3 joints weighed about 3.4kg in total before I stripped the outer layers of fat and other tissue and I got about 20 thick pieces out of them.

hope that helps.
Edited by: "tygar2" 8th Jun 2016

is this nation wide or store specific?


Not sure but the the fact that the main label is also priced at £4.99 (i.e - was marked down at time of production rather than instore) make me think it is nationwide.
People buy free range or organic poultry and eggs yet find it okay to eat none organic or free range meat people please think about the animal you eat before buying
I will only buy organic or free range at least you know they are looked after before you eat
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People buy free range or organic poultry and eggs yet find it okay to eat … People buy free range or organic poultry and eggs yet find it okay to eat none organic or free range meat people please think about the animal you eat before buying I will only buy organic or free range at least you know they are looked after before you eat


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