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Asia Specialities Asian Cooking sauces 500ml 9p down from 59p at Aldi instore

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Posted 10th May
Aldi Asian sauces,(plumb sauce)and others,priced at 59p came thru tills at 0.9 😁
Aldi redfield Bristol.

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dans197210/05/2019 09:30

Plumb sauce? Is that good for fixing your taps?


Great with leeks...
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Plumb sauce? Is that good for fixing your taps?
dans197210/05/2019 09:30

Plumb sauce? Is that good for fixing your taps?


Great with leeks...
They might be full of salt and sugars and taste rank but can not argue with 9p!
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ImmyDealHunter10/05/2019 09:37

They might be full of salt and sugars and taste rank but can not argue …They might be full of salt and sugars and taste rank but can not argue with 9p!



My wife hates these sauces, they are nothing like real Chinese cooking; but then the same is true of much of the food served at "Chinese" restaurants over here.

You havent eaten "Chinese" food until you have eaten it at a Chinese restaurant in China (The Chinese room at the Marriott doesnt count).

I must admit, i found these sauces to be a bit of a disappointment as well.
Laxative sugar free drops combined with chilli sauce eh? Could be a ringstinger.
For 9p I’d expect some Asian dog meat
deleted129396010/05/2019 10:01

My wife hates these sauces, they are nothing like real Chinese cooking; …My wife hates these sauces, they are nothing like real Chinese cooking; but then the same is true of much of the food served at "Chinese" restaurants over here.You havent eaten "Chinese" food until you have eaten it at a Chinese restaurant in China (The Chinese room at the Marriott doesnt count).I must admit, i found these sauces to be a bit of a disappointment as well.


At 9p buy a case and give some to the food bank, plenty kids these days are bored of chips and Iceland pizza, not as much as I’m bored at the lack of parenting but somewhere close.
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dans197210/05/2019 09:30

Plumb sauce? Is that good for fixing your taps?


He might give you a black eye if you ask
maybe buy lots and take to a foodbank?
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seaniboy10/05/2019 15:02

At 9p buy a case and give some to the food bank, plenty kids these days …At 9p buy a case and give some to the food bank, plenty kids these days are bored of chips and Iceland pizza, not as much as I’m bored at the lack of parenting but somewhere close.



AH that brings back fond memories, the council estate toddlers starting their "Free" government paid nursery sessions, and the only words they know are chips, no, and several the forum filters wont allow.
deleted129396010/05/2019 15:36

AH that brings back fond memories, the council estate toddlers starting …AH that brings back fond memories, the council estate toddlers starting their "Free" government paid nursery sessions, and the only words they know are chips, no, and several the forum filters wont allow.


There was a time nurseries and old folks home were government run not businesses and actually people had money they worked for, the kids then asked for pizza, but if you entrap poverty via social housing housing benefit people can’t work their way out of poverty on low wages and yes multi generation profanities along with poverty breed need for more social work and mental health... police, and how did the other party tackle that entrapment? Child Tax Credits which doubled down entrapment & dependency.

These behaviours have bred widespread because of incompetent successive governments, not the people.

It’s a myth everyone can get a well paid job (there aren’t enough anyway) & not everyone has the DNA/brain cells to support even a college application yet alone get in to college, failings of local & national government in education.

Westminster has a lot to answer for...
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seaniboy10/05/2019 15:48

There was a time nurseries and old folks home were government run not …There was a time nurseries and old folks home were government run not businesses and actually people had money they worked for, the kids then asked for pizza, but if you entrap poverty via social housing housing benefit people can’t work their way out of poverty on low wages and yes multi generation profanities along with poverty breed need for more social work and mental health... police, and how did the other party tackle that entrapment? Child Tax Credits which doubled down entrapment & dependency. These behaviours have bred widespread because of incompetent successive governments, not the people. It’s a myth everyone can get a well paid job (there aren’t enough anyway) & not everyone has the DNA/brain cells to support even a college application yet alone get in to college, failings of local & national government in education. Westminster has a lot to answer for...



Getting waaaaaay off topic, but it isnt just a Westminster issue.
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Getting waaaaaay off topic, but it isnt just a Westminster issue.


Environmental as you stated, it is, when you put dogs in a cage it breeds behaviours/aggression, no different to a council house estate... difference apart from its easier and cheaper to control dogs, and put them down rather than jail when a danger to others.

Rather than recognising behaviour and looking for solutions en masse politicians like your comment just accept it “their” normal. It’s not normal, it is however widespread to a point it has become more ‘normal’, none of it is normal from the ground to the top.

Housing benefit for social housing entraps poverty, rent should be a % of income bands - then and only then does work pay, aswell as a drop in public service needs, everyone wins especially the taxpayers. Social housing % rent works in other countries, and you find people of all different backgrounds and incomes build a community because everyone just wants better for everything.

Moving to Universal Credit would work IF we had % income rent. It will just create more need for public services as it is. We have created a public industry out of poverty and main private one - a massive financial sector.
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seaniboy10/05/2019 16:44

Environmental as you stated, it is, when you put dogs in a cage it breeds …Environmental as you stated, it is, when you put dogs in a cage it breeds behaviours/aggression, no different to a council house estate... difference apart from its easier and cheaper to control dogs, and put them down rather than jail when a danger to others.Rather than recognising behaviour and looking for solutions en masse politicians like your comment just accept it “their” normal. It’s not normal, it is however widespread to a point it has become more ‘normal’, none of it is normal from the ground to the top. Housing benefit for social housing entraps poverty, rent should be a % of income bands - then and only then does work pay, aswell as a drop in public service needs, everyone wins especially the taxpayers. Social housing % rent works in other countries, and you find people of all different backgrounds and incomes build a community because everyone just wants better for everything. Moving to Universal Credit would work IF we had % income rent. It will just create more need for public services as it is. We have created a public industry out of poverty and main private one - a massive financial sector.



If you get any further OT, we will prove the universe is circular, by coming up on the thread from the other side.
deleted129396010/05/2019 18:03

If you get any further OT, we will prove the universe is circular, by …If you get any further OT, we will prove the universe is circular, by coming up on the thread from the other side.


Nonsense, until North Korea get over the Cold War we ain’t circular.
seaniboy10/05/2019 16:44

Environmental as you stated, it is, when you put dogs in a cage it breeds …Environmental as you stated, it is, when you put dogs in a cage it breeds behaviours/aggression, no different to a council house estate... difference apart from its easier and cheaper to control dogs, and put them down rather than jail when a danger to others.Rather than recognising behaviour and looking for solutions en masse politicians like your comment just accept it “their” normal. It’s not normal, it is however widespread to a point it has become more ‘normal’, none of it is normal from the ground to the top. Housing benefit for social housing entraps poverty, rent should be a % of income bands - then and only then does work pay, aswell as a drop in public service needs, everyone wins especially the taxpayers. Social housing % rent works in other countries, and you find people of all different backgrounds and incomes build a community because everyone just wants better for everything. Moving to Universal Credit would work IF we had % income rent. It will just create more need for public services as it is. We have created a public industry out of poverty and main private one - a massive financial sector.


How did you go from talking about a Jar of 9p Sweet and Sour from Aldi to this
Norseg10/05/2019 22:52

How did you go from talking about a Jar of 9p Sweet and Sour from Aldi to …How did you go from talking about a Jar of 9p Sweet and Sour from Aldi to this


Judgment of a nursery toddler behaviour, rather than looking at the societal cause why the child is like that.
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seaniboy10/05/2019 22:52

Judgment of a nursery toddler behaviour, rather than looking at the …Judgment of a nursery toddler behaviour, rather than looking at the societal cause why the child is like that.


Parents
Doesn't matter if you're poor or rich if raise them right they won't be robbing old ladies outside Tesco Express.. or throwing eggs at homeless people because they're poor.
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Norseg10/05/2019 22:54

ParentsDoesn't matter if you're poor or rich if raise them right they …ParentsDoesn't matter if you're poor or rich if raise them right they won't be robbing old ladies outside Tesco Express.. or throwing eggs at homeless people because they're poor.


Correct, but statistically those who are entrapped in poverty by Housing Benefit households are the much much much higher crime rate percentage.

We aren’t taking about poverty 1st generation, we are talking 4-5–6 generations in, behaviours in council estates are engrained because you can’t work your way out of poverty by a system that entraps it, subsidised and over subsidised are two different matters. Parents can’t all work their way out of it, £5000 social housing rent is a lot, esp when minimum wage 40 hours is £15,149, pay rent, council tax and work expenses and people have more cash in benefits, all so housing staff have great incomes and pensions mainly paid for by the DWP. That’s not equality.
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seaniboy10/05/2019 23:01

Correct, but statistically those who are entrapped in poverty by Housing …Correct, but statistically those who are entrapped in poverty by Housing Benefit households are the much much much higher crime rate percentage. We aren’t taking about poverty 1st generation, we are talking 4-5–6 generations in, behaviours in council estates are engrained because you can’t work your way out of poverty by a system that entraps it, subsidised and over subsidised are two different matters. Parents can’t all work their way out of it, £5000 social housing rent is a lot, esp when minimum wage 40 hours is £15,149, pay rent, council tax and work expenses and people have more cash in benefits, all so housing staff have great incomes and pensions mainly paid for by the DWP. That’s not equality.


Ahh statistics, one group of people is always going to more likely to do (INSERT)

Yeah it's basically the hood mentality also if you let your child hang around with delinquent than he'll pick that up but good parenting can stop all that
It's not poor people are usually more criminal, it's because chavs are mostly poor
Personally I've been on benefits and they gave me the bare minimum
The issue I thinks is the wages, millions in this country can't live without at least some government assistance even if you're working 30hrs a week, on £7.50 that's still not much after income tax, council tax, rent, bills, only leaves a little bit for groceries
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Norseg10/05/2019 23:09

Ahh statistics, one group of people is always going to more likely to do …Ahh statistics, one group of people is always going to more likely to do (INSERT) Yeah it's basically the hood mentality also if you let your child hang around with delinquent than he'll pick that up but good parenting can stop all that It's not poor people are usually more criminal, it's because chavs are mostly poorPersonally I've been on benefits and they gave me the bare minimumThe issue I thinks is the wages, millions in this country can't live without at least some government assistance



Most the poor live in social housing paid for by DWP. Chav or not, crime levels are much higher on council estates, and the housing staff don’t live there.

A child born into second or more generation poverty is learning from the family adults as much as elsewhere, throwing money at anything is not a solution, the parent/s able to afford rent on minimum wage is.
seaniboy10/05/2019 23:13

Most the poor live in social housing paid for by DWP. Chav or not, crime …Most the poor live in social housing paid for by DWP. Chav or not, crime levels are much higher on council estates, and the housing staff don’t live there. A child born into second or more generation poverty is learning from the family adults as much as elsewhere, throwing money at anything is not a solution, the parent/s able to afford rent on minimum wage is.


This country messed up it's housing, there's a housing crisis, either prices need to come down on houses or wages need to go up, it should take 3 decades to pay off a mortgage for a 1 bedroom studio in London

They let too many "overseas investors' hold onto their property for years when it's empty, maybe they should introduce much higher tax for empty properties if you own more than 2 properties at a time than we wouldn't have houses being held for decades for a nice profit to someone in another country

Where I live (not London) there is tons of empty properties, I think the council doesn't tax empty property but I think they really should motivate people to sell so we don't have places what have been empty for decades driving down everything else around it since who wants to start a business with tons of boarded up buildings around which have been sitting for years
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Norseg10/05/2019 23:19

This country messed up it's housing, there's a housing crisis, either …This country messed up it's housing, there's a housing crisis, either prices need to come down on houses or wages need to go up, it should take 3 decades to pay off a mortgage for a 1 bedroom studio in LondonThey let too many "overseas investors' hold onto their property for years when it's empty, maybe they should introduce much higher tax for empty properties if you own more than 2 properties at a time than we wouldn't have houses being held for decades for a nice profit to someone in another countryWhere I live (not London) there is tons of empty properties, I think the council doesn't tax empty property but I think they really should motivate people to sell so we don't have places what have been empty for decades driving down everything else around it since who wants to start a business with tons of boarded up buildings around which have been sitting for years


Yes we stopped building social housing after joining the EU ??? And didn’t even start again with Child Tax Credits when we knew demand was higher year on year coming with a shortfall already ??? and we never moved to a income v rent system.

When I lived in Oz the Social Landlords were amazing, you could live next to a millionaire who paid a shit load more than you but you both had good apartments.

Westminster gov parties of 50 years haven’t done nowt. On housing alone people should vote like local elections as they’ve proved that they can’t even keep a roof above citizens heads or charge fair rent in public/charitable status public-subsidised housing.

Most people miss the point, if you wanna go to college/uni to better yourself your rent would be based on student loan not entrapped poverty and a DWP bill that costs taxpayers, that’s not conducive to society or equality.
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Lovely debate. But is it a national deal? Can anybody confirm please. Thanks.
seaniboy10/05/2019 15:01

For 9p I’d expect some Asian dog meat


You're trying to make yourself sound intelligent then you go and say something like this ... :/
dragonxpress11/05/2019 00:39

You're trying to make yourself sound intelligent then you go and say …You're trying to make yourself sound intelligent then you go and say something like this ... :/



Obviously it was a joke at the expense of countries where eating dogs is ok.

Even countries who won’t eat pigs? Lunacy!
seaniboy11/05/2019 00:41

Obviously it was a joke at the expense of countries where eating dogs is …Obviously it was a joke at the expense of countries where eating dogs is ok. Even countries who won’t eat pigs? Lunacy!


Poor taste (pun intended) - dog, cat, rat what's the difference? Meat is meat. Just because so called 'civilised' societies choose to call it rover and take it for walkies doesn't mean that countries who choose to make it a source of protein are barbaric, it's just their choice or out of necessity. I've never personally tasted it but don't begrudge countries with an ever expanding population to feed the right to do so or be ridiculed for doing so. After all, there was a time were cannibalism was widely practiced ... Meat is meat ...
dragonxpress11/05/2019 00:50

Poor taste (pun intended) - dog, cat, rat what's the difference? Meat is …Poor taste (pun intended) - dog, cat, rat what's the difference? Meat is meat. Just because so called 'civilised' societies choose to call it rover and take it for walkies doesn't mean that countries who choose to make it a source of protein are barbaric, it's just their choice or out of necessity. I've never personally tasted it but don't begrudge countries with an ever expanding population to feed the right to do so or be ridiculed for doing so. After all, there was a time were cannibalism was widely practiced ... Meat is meat ...


Yeah it was a joke, first in, what’s the problem? Someone was going to say it. People eat dogs, UKers don’t, it’s a U.K. site where the majority don’t eat dogs like asian countries.
seaniboy11/05/2019 00:53

Yeah it was a joke, first in, what’s the problem? Someone was going to say …Yeah it was a joke, first in, what’s the problem? Someone was going to say it. People eat dogs, UKers don’t, it’s a U.K. site where the majority don’t eat dogs like asian countries.


The problem is your insinuation that only Asian countries eat dog ... It's ok that it's a joke isn't it, that way racism isn't a problem because 'I was only joking'. Your comments about poverty are interesting but it should be noted that not all poor people stay poor. A lot of so called middle class members of society today come from poor backgrounds. Many 'Asian' professionals come from very poor backgrounds as their immigrant parents would have started with nothing but gave their all so that successive generations can better themselves ... It's down to expectations, I never expected anything when I was growing up and my parents never tried to offer me anything they couldn't afford ...
dragonxpress11/05/2019 01:03

The problem is your insinuation that only Asian countries eat dog ... It's …The problem is your insinuation that only Asian countries eat dog ... It's ok that it's a joke isn't it, that way racism isn't a problem because 'I was only joking'. Your comments about poverty are interesting but it should be noted that not all poor people stay poor. A lot of so called middle class members of society today come from poor backgrounds. Many 'Asian' professionals come from very poor backgrounds as their immigrant parents would have started with nothing but gave their all so that successive generations can better themselves ... It's down to expectations, I never expected anything when I was growing up and my parents never tried to offer me anything they couldn't afford ...


It’s asian sauce! Asian counties eat dogs, Western/Europe don’t. Racist ? Me ? No. Factual yes.

Most U.K. people poor stay poor, that’s why we have multi generation poverty and higher crime, my point exactly.. the minority escape it not the majority not even 50% and the system isn’t for for purpose with even Child Tax Credit making the problem worse. You have to have a lack of debt to be able to become a student with no housing benefit support and the poorest educated generally have very debt to income ratios making it impossible even later when maturity allows even college.

Expectations ? What’s that to do with being poor with a poor school education where cooking and budgeting aren’t taught as basic, what expectations can someone have without leaving school with basics, kids still leave school unable to read or write to any standard acceptable and that’s more likely in a poorer area school, we have so many hopeless gov depts living in this unfit 1960 system, that aren’t helping the poorest but themselves - paid very well and a mortgage, car and nice pension at the expense of those entrapped in poverty. That’s not just nor moral, certainly ‘normal’ though, as is passing judgement on kids from poorer backgrounds rather than understanding the causes.

And no I didn’t grow up in council or social housing, bought house, and I seen these problems then and now decades later, entrapment. The fact a social landlord can charge rent and service charges per week more than 16 hours minimum wage is abhorrently vulgar, it entraps more than disabled people who can work part time into a cycle of life poverty, then the rest.

Maybe they should start paying public service staff and those organisations who get public funding in imported dog meat then cash on performance related pay. You’d soon see change.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 11th May
I think your views are very narrow minded and buys into stereotype, not all Asian countries eat dog just as not all British People eat black pudding, most Asians find it disgusting and would rather chew on their right testicle than eat dog. You say you're not racist but pass on racial comment under the guise of a joke. I'll take your word for it but I'm tired of all the 'I'm not racist but ...'

People harp on about bad teaching, highly paid civil servants not helping others etc. This is a Capitalist country, that is the point of capitalism, make money at the expense of others - that's good business. What you describe is Communism but that's a bad thing apparently.

Let me level with you, I know a little about what I'm talking about, Asian? guilty, second generation from penniless illiterate immigrants to this country in the 60's. Lived in social housing? Yes, brought up in socially challenging areas. Schooling - below average school, bullied throughout by pupils and teachers alike.

22 years experience in Teaching and now in a Senior Leadership Role, making positive changes daily to people's lives.

Without hope, encouragement and expectations we end up in a situation you describe but there are many that quietly go through life building a better future for themselves, we just don't get up on the roof tops and shout about it. That Senior Consultant at your local hospital getting into his sports coupe, driving to his rural country home after picking his kids up from grammar school may well have grown up in difficult situations - just that you don't know about it.

I agree that a lot of children grow up with little hope for the future but every child is born fundamentally the same, it's just that their upbringing differs, money does help but it's not the only factor. Education starts at home, poor people who care, nurture and support their children are more likely to see them succeed in life. It's all too easy blaming governments and education etc. but changing the mindset of those who are supposed to be looking after the next generation will yield improvements in our children.

By the way, cooking=Food Technology, budgeting=PSHE/CITIZENSHIP all taught under the National Curriculum and enforced by OFSTED.
Edited by: "dragonxpress" 11th May
Norseg10/05/2019 22:52

How did you go from talking about a Jar of 9p Sweet and Sour from Aldi to …How did you go from talking about a Jar of 9p Sweet and Sour from Aldi to this


God youre not wrong,it's 9p sauce didn't mean to cause world war 3 ,
Far be it from me to try to get back on topic here, but the 9p ones I found in Aldi on Wellingborough Road in Northampton today aren't the 500ml ones shown in the OP, they're 295g ones. Dated May 2020. Theoretically available as Plum Sauce, Satay Sauce, Korean Sauce or Hoisin Sauce. Only had plum sauce left in our branch, so we grabbed a couple.37673625-xettO.jpg
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