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Asda 4 x Burgers - 50p @ ASDA
Asda 4 x Burgers - 50p @ ASDA

Asda 4 x Burgers - 50p @ ASDA

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12.5p per Burger

84% Meat. !

They taste lovely, I had just had some in some of the white soft sliced baps. !

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83% meat!!

I'd imagine "meat" could include offal as technically anything from an animal is "meat".

Good deal for those on a tight budget, would prefer to give it a miss myself though so not voted.

just bbq'd some of these, quite a bit of fat in them, should have seen the flames taste nice though. similar price to cheap frozen burgers so worth a go for fresh burgers

If you fancy 100% meat, then have a look in your local Aldi to see if they still have their quater pounders 4 pack with 4 free for only £1.09 left over from their 'Big Deal', they are yum.

Cheap & Hot theres no denying, but -
If you want 4 nicer burgers for about an extra 20p
buy a packet of asda smartprice mince 400g 97p
dry 1 slice of bread in the oven until it crumbles into dust, put it with the mince and add 1 egg yolk.
Chop 1/4 onion very small, add some salt & black pepper and maybe a pinch of garlic and/or cayenne powder
mix with your hands,
Shape the mix into 4 burgers - done.
If you do it with the kids they'll enjoy it.
Takes 10 min , you know exactly whats in there, you made them - they taste 10 times better and its less likely you'll be eating cows eyelids etc

G0OSE;6156170

you know exactly whats in there, you made them - they taste 10 times … you know exactly whats in there, you made them - they taste 10 times better and its less likely you'll be eating cows eyelids etc



Only if you know what Asda put in their smartprice mince. I hate to think which part of a cow the meat comes from if it's 97p for 400g. :?

konkywonky;6155785

83% meat!!I'd imagine "meat" could include offal as technically anything … 83% meat!!I'd imagine "meat" could include offal as technically anything from an animal is "meat"..



You're wrong.

Meat is defined by Europe these days, and offal cannot count towards the percentage meat declaration on a label.

84% meat is actually a very high meat for a burger content too.

The Directive restricts the definition of meat to the skeletal-attached … The Directive restricts the definition of meat to the skeletal-attached muscles, which is a major development. Other parts of animals for human consumption, such as offal (including the heart, intestine and liver) or fat, will now have to be labelled as such and not as "meat"



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roasted lids



yummmmmmm



i've had worse - i'm a carnivore, hence the pointy teef

scrumpypaul;6161362

roasted lidsyummmmmmmi've had worse - i'm a carnivore, hence the pointy … roasted lidsyummmmmmmi've had worse - i'm a carnivore, hence the pointy teef



The correct information is right above you, yet you still posted that rubbish.:roll:

Really, who wants to eat this muck? I wouldn't feed them to a dog. Its true that the British know 'price of everything and the value of nothing'. Treat your body with a bit a respect and eat proper food.

Morrisons also have similar offer @ 4 for 50p

moob;6161381

The correct information is right above you, yet you still posted that … The correct information is right above you, yet you still posted that rubbish.:roll:






hmmmm - someone needs a bj



and that's not an offer

Sainsburys (frozen admittedly) do 4 quarter pounders for £1.99, 100% beef (well, 99% plus a bit of seasoning). Usually found on the BOGOF too, bought 8 burgers for £1.99 last time out.

scrumpypaul;6162402

hmmmm - someone needs a bjand that's not an offer



Just as well, sweetcheeks.:whistling:
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