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Aldi Streaky Bacon 99p
Aldi Streaky Bacon 99p

Aldi Streaky Bacon 99p

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Smoked and unsmoked only 99p per pack. Usually £1.49.

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oooh lovely blankets for the piggies thanks

Any1 know if this has the rind still on or not? Ta

Can be laid over turkeys while they roast too, to help keep the succulent.

Original Poster

I just got mine today

Original Poster

No rind on

Pateo

Any1 know if this has the rind still on or not? Ta



No rind. Really nice bacon. Same quality as the main supermarkets £2 stuff

good find op, heat added

bought it thought it was disgusting more fatty than decent streaky bacon . i threw out rest of it

pawl

bought it thought it was disgusting more fatty than decent streaky … bought it thought it was disgusting more fatty than decent streaky bacon . i threw out rest of it



Surely you choose the pack with less fat in it. Whole point of streaky bacon is some fat which gives it more flavour.

Heat! I shall check out our local Aldi

offer ended a few days ago now £1.49 a pack

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jcvanshazam



Hmmmm SPARE rib though! PS That pig has one funky ass piercing.

Pigs dont suffer when killed :\ chickens are the only poor sods that get a very short life and live in the worst possible conditions, pigs are normally fine as they sell for a lot more so need to be cared for more.

seanmorris100

Pigs dont suffer when killed :\ chickens are the only poor sods that get … Pigs dont suffer when killed :\ chickens are the only poor sods that get a very short life and live in the worst possible conditions, pigs are normally fine as they sell for a lot more so need to be cared for more.



Burgers though, and steak. At least cows have the dignity of being sold as sirloin and quarter pounders. Yum.

Some poor chickens have nothing to show for their lives except a bag of Tesco Value Chicken Nuggets, poor ****.

People must be avoiding this added water Bacon (its British though, unlike other supermarkets*), and trading up to the Extra Special Dry Cure/Honey Cure Streaky Bacon, because the more expensive stuff is nowhere to be seen in either Lidl or Aldi.

*pretty sure.


Edited by: "tightar5e" 21st Dec 2014

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Make us a nice cup of rosie (_;)

Banned

mmmmm bacon with extra bacony bits yum yum

Supalynz

Hmmmm SPARE rib though! PS That pig has one funky ass piercing.



I can only see its snout ?

Supalynz

Hmmmm SPARE rib though! PS That pig has one funky ass piercing.

You are so thick bacon that you cannot tell ass from nose.

Kudos for feeling that a pack of bacon was worthy of a photo. Cold though as i dont think any of us are really making the most of our time on old planet earth atm.

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jcvanshazam



Aw :-(

"If we are not supposed to eat animals, why bother making them out of meat ?"

M.B.C - December 2014

Monkeybumcheeks

"If we are not supposed to eat animals, why bother making them out of … "If we are not supposed to eat animals, why bother making them out of meat ?"M.B.C - December 2014



By that logic then you would have no problem with us eating each other since we are also animals "made out of meat".

Why does every thread regarding meat or poultry turn into an animal welfare issue? If you don't like it scroll past it!

People that post the images above are just trolling. Demand for meat & poultry is more to blame than anything, supermarkets cost cutting too. That is why animals are reared in awful conditions.

Don't hassle people for choices when some have little choice! Feeding their families and keeping all their bills paid lately is a struggle in itself for some.

Most people who post these pics believe buying a free range chicken is making a difference, well let me tell you its not, go to DEFRA and look up the specs for a free range chicken. Think about it, free range chickens in the supermarket are the same shape as a 'normal chicken'. That should strike you as strange. After all, consumers are led to believe they have run around a field all their life.

Take two humans. One's a couch potato, the others a fitness freak. Their body tone and muscle would be completely different. The same goes for chickens. A true free range chicken, will be long and lanky.

So quit knocking Lidl's and Aldi's, they are not fooling you by calling something free range when it isn't, they are selling what it says on the label.

Rant over, have a merry Christmas everyone and I hope your dinner is lovely, wherever you got if from x

jcvanshazam

By that logic then you would have no problem with us eating each other … By that logic then you would have no problem with us eating each other since we are also animals "made out of meat".



Only if I had to.

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When I last checked, Aldi didnt stock fillet of human.....besides, I havent tried it.
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 21st Dec 2014

tightar5e

People must be avoiding this added water Bacon (its British though, … People must be avoiding this added water Bacon (its British though, unlike other supermarkets*), and trading up to the Extra Special Dry Cure/Honey Cure Streaky Bacon, because the more expensive stuff is nowhere to be seen in either Lidl or Aldi.*pretty sure.



I only buy dry cure bacon but last time I bought it from here I still got all that white disgusting stuff coming out of it when cooking which defeats the point so I don't buy it now.

loulou11

Why does every thread regarding meat or poultry turn into an animal … Why does every thread regarding meat or poultry turn into an animal welfare issue? If you don't like it scroll past it!People that post the images above are just trolling. Demand for meat & poultry is more to blame than anything, supermarkets cost cutting too. That is why animals are reared in awful conditions.Don't hassle people for choices when some have little choice! Feeding their families and keeping all their bills paid lately is a struggle in itself for some. Most people who post these pics believe buying a free range chicken is making a difference, well let me tell you its not, go to DEFRA and look up the specs for a free range chicken. Think about it, free range chickens in the supermarket are the same shape as a 'normal chicken'. That should strike you as strange. After all, consumers are led to believe they have run around a field all their life.Take two humans. One's a couch potato, the others a fitness freak. Their body tone and muscle would be completely different. The same goes for chickens. A true free range chicken, will be long and lanky.So quit knocking Lidl's and Aldi's, they are not fooling you by calling something free range when it isn't, they are selling what it says on the label.Rant over, have a merry Christmas everyone and I hope your dinner is lovely, wherever you got if from x



I never mentioned factory farmed animals vs "free range". Treatment isn't the issue (though in most cases the animals lives are pretty awful and they all die in the same violent manner in the end after all). That we think we have the right to use other sentient beings at all is the issue. Most people sleepwalk through their whole lives without once stopping to think where the food on their plates comes from. You are not eating things. You are eating pieces of dead animals. Animals that have as much intrinsic value in the universe as you or I, animals that can feel fear and pain just as we do and just like us they wish to preserve their lives.

You also mentioned people feeding their families being a struggle. What does that have to do with the issue of animal use? Feeding yourself and your family on a balanced plant based diet is perfectly affordable and many people myself included actually find it cheaper. We are fortunate enough to live in a society where you can eat good tasty healthy food and live a perfectly healthy life without systematically enslaving, exploiting and killing billions of other sentient beings.

Also every thread regarding meat or poultry does not turn into an animal welfare issue, in fact the opposite is true, every vegan or vegetarian deal gets overrun by trolls making the same tired old hateful comments and "jokes". I rarely see anyone stepping up to point out how wrong our societies inherent speciesism is when these meat deals are posted. Well I'm here to tell you that our exploitation of animals is wrong. Very wrong. If you truly believe that it is perfectly justified then you wouldn't be bothered by what I have to say. I'm not hassling, abusing or attacking anyone. I'm encouraging people to think. That is all.

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Monkeybumcheeks

Only if I had … Only if I had to.[img]https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT6sLX-tzbheC1tL1MMMWv3EnoKP_gP3zhFMDJ_9HJmeP1NAlnR3uuFJWfQ[/img]When I last checked, Aldi didnt stock fillet of human.....besides, I havent tried it.



The same applies to non human animals. You don't have to eat them to live a perfectly healthy life, like most people you do so out of convenience and because you enjoy the taste not out of necessity. 1/10 on the troll attempt by the way. Try harder.

jcvanshazam

The same applies to non human animals. You don't have to eat them to live … The same applies to non human animals. You don't have to eat them to live a perfectly healthy life, like most people you do so out of convenience and because you enjoy the taste not out of necessity. 1/10 on the troll attempt by the way. Try harder.



I know plenty of vegetarians, many of them unhealthy, some of them crave meat and most of them look like they could do with a big, fat juicy steak.

Not trolling by the way, just stating fact.

Monkeybumcheeks

I know plenty of vegetarians, many of them unhealthy, some of them crave … I know plenty of vegetarians, many of them unhealthy, some of them crave meat and most of them look like they could do with a big, fat juicy steak.Not trolling by the way, just stating fact.



I know plenty of meat eaters, many of them extremely unhealthy, most of them crave all kinds of sugar laden junk food and look like they could do with adopting a nice wholesome plant based diet. Just stating some facts.

See what I did there?

The point is just as there are unhealthy vegans/vegetarians the same is true of meat eaters. If I existed solely on vegan cakes and french fries then I probably wouldn't be very healthy likewise for meat eaters who eat a diet consisting of processed meats and junk food. It's up to the individual to ensure they are consuming a well balanced diet that provides all the nutrients they need.

Why do veggies live longer? Knock yourself out... huffingtonpost.com/kat…tml


Edited by: "jcvanshazam" 21st Dec 2014

You're just trolling now.

See what I did there ? (_;)

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So many comments and a debate on a pack of 99p bacon....deary deary me!! love this site. haha

jcvanshazam

I know plenty of meat eaters, many of them extremely unhealthy, most of … I know plenty of meat eaters, many of them extremely unhealthy, most of them crave all kinds of sugar laden junk food and look like they could do with adopting a nice wholesome plant based diet. Just stating some facts.See what I did there?The point is just as there are unhealthy vegans/vegetarians the same is true of meat eaters. If I existed solely on vegan cakes and french fries then I probably wouldn't be very healthy likewise for meat eaters who eat a diet consisting of processed meats and junk food. It's up to the individual to ensure they are consuming a well balanced diet that provides all the nutrients they need.Why do veggies live longer? Knock yourself out... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathy-freston/plant-based-diet_b_1981838.html



I like the way you have expressed yourself. It will not turn me veggie as I do like meat. But your thoughts were well put.

jcvanshazam

I know plenty of meat eaters, many of them extremely unhealthy, most of … I know plenty of meat eaters, many of them extremely unhealthy, most of them crave all kinds of sugar laden junk food and look like they could do with adopting a nice wholesome plant based diet. Just stating some facts.See what I did there?The point is just as there are unhealthy vegans/vegetarians the same is true of meat eaters. If I existed solely on vegan cakes and french fries then I probably wouldn't be very healthy likewise for meat eaters who eat a diet consisting of processed meats and junk food. It's up to the individual to ensure they are consuming a well balanced diet that provides all the nutrients they need.Why do veggies live longer? Knock yourself out... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathy-freston/plant-based-diet_b_1981838.html



Jog on health nerd. Nobody cares

Stop trying to "spam" ( see what I did there) a bacon thread with your Vegetarian nonsense. Go and hug it out with a tree, while I wait for my lovely pork roast dinner



Edited by: "kjcoolcat" 21st Dec 2014

kjcoolcat

Jog on health nerd. Nobody caresStop trying to "spam" ( see what I did … Jog on health nerd. Nobody caresStop trying to "spam" ( see what I did there) a bacon thread with your Vegetarian nonsense. Go and hug it out with a tree, while wait for my lovely pork roast dinner



Some people do care but sadly not enough of them and as you have just perfectly illustrated most are quite happy to wallow in their own pitiful ignorance.

"The worst sin towards our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that's the essence of inhumanity."

- GEORGE BERNARD SHAW



tightar5e

People must be avoiding this added water Bacon (its British though, … People must be avoiding this added water Bacon (its British though, unlike other supermarkets*), and trading up to the Extra Special Dry Cure/Honey Cure Streaky Bacon, because the more expensive stuff is nowhere to be seen in either Lidl or Aldi.*pretty sure.



Most basic/standard supermarket stuff is danish and if there is any added water it has to be declared on the packet. The more expensive stuff tends to be british and Ald/Lidl do have a premium range of the "expensive stuff" i.e. dry cure british flavoured bacon.
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