Birds Eye 2 Vegetable Burgers Frozen 250g £0.29 @ Farmfoods
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Birds Eye 2 Vegetable Burgers Frozen 250g £0.29 @ Farmfoods

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Found 17th Jan 2016
Ocado 2 for £3.00
Asda 2 for £3.00 or £2.00 each

Birds Eye Vegetable Burgers are made with our famous field fresh vegetables that are picked and frozen
within hours. We then coat our burger in a deliciously light breadcrumb coating to create the perfect veggie burger. Simply delicious.

Looks like a national deal

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These are nice, good spot.
thanks op
That's pretty cheap.

But better still would be to learn how to make your own veggie burgers (easy!) and you'll be saving money for long after this deal is well gone.
Thx OP
These are delicious
Had this on offer last week in Coventry offer still going
Edited by: "NUMBER1bargaininggirl" 17th Jan 2016
Love veggie burgers, all those not quite right veggies in em & no-one knows a thing, ..delicious.
frozen veg always better then frozen meat :>
voted hot !
eatmorefish

That's pretty cheap. But better still would be to learn how to make your … That's pretty cheap. But better still would be to learn how to make your own veggie burgers (easy!) and you'll be saving money for long after this deal is well gone.



Or you could learn how to not be condescending and we could just enjoy the deal for what it is on a DEALS website, not a "How can I feel superior today?" website
If anyone can't get these, or like myself, isn't keen on breadcrumbs on their vegetable burgers, these are lovely! They cost I think 99p for two really big fat indian "potato cakes". They contain potato, onion, spinach, red pepper, and have a mild curry flavour. I think they are just brilliant value. tesco.com/gro…134

Their four pack of nut cutlets are really nice too. They have chopped peanuts, hazelnuts and almods as well as chopped vegetables in them. They're £1.50, but on offer with some other items just now, at two packs for £2.50. I grilled two for dinner one night with some salad, and it was too much they were so filling. tesco.com/gro….ds
Edited by: "therealslimkaty" 18th Jan 2016
Horsemeat.
FF employee here, these went discontinued in my Midlands store on Friday or Saturday so get em while you can
eatmorefish

That's pretty cheap. But better still would be to learn how to make your … That's pretty cheap. But better still would be to learn how to make your own veggie burgers (easy!) and you'll be saving money for long after this deal is well gone.



Have you got a recipe that you might share?
People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers obviously have too much time on their hands. I think most people are too busy with work or having a life to waste time making stuff that is hardly expensive or difficult to buy ready-made. If you consider that time is money, I don't think you will be saving money making them yourself.
Edited by: "llyyrem" 18th Jan 2016
llyyrem

People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers … People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers obviously have too much time on their hands.



Nice logical fallacy.

"People who take the time to ensure the quality of ingredients into the food which they consume and also derive enjoyment from the preparation of said food obviously have too much time on their hands!"

How's this: People who take the time to complain about other people cooking their own food obviously have too much time on their hands!
llyyrem

People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers … People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers obviously have too much time on their hands. I think most people are too busy with work or having a life to waste time making stuff that is hardly expensive or difficult to buy ready-made. If you consider that time is money, I don't think you will be saving money making them yourself.



I enjoy making my own bread,have done so for 40+ years, along with other food I make and freeze !
As for too much time on our hands, don't be silly.
How much TV do you watch, how long do you spend on line each day.
My excuse?
I don't own a TV,I do listen to the radio but also spend far too much time on line.

Edited by: "uksnapper" 18th Jan 2016
just picked up last 4 packs in Perth, thanks op!!!!
Elevation

Horsemeat.



neigh!
llyyrem

People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers … People who make their own food e.g. bread, cakes, veggie burgers obviously have too much time on their hands. I think most people are too busy with work or having a life to waste time making stuff that is hardly expensive or difficult to buy ready-made. If you consider that time is money, I don't think you will be saving money making them yourself.



That is a statement of an incompetent! (well done for outing yourself) oO ..plenty of folk "have time" to cook, or want to learn, or simply cook & create, ..a chopped up veg assortment!? .."woah knife skills" ...a vague concept of where the kitchen is & hygiene, plus plant recognition, making mashed potato, blending, seasoning & crumbing ...stuff my kid was doing at 5 years old, cheap to batch make & freeze.

I haven't bought kitchen kit to just sit there in a box, or to impress the neighbours, breads, oils, relish, cheese, meats & sausages, ice creams, processing game, fish etc ...all part of normal life.

Have a big old berkel deli slicer sitting here ready to explore some wafer thin meats made on the cheap, proper bacon, that sells down the road for around £17 per kilo ..for a couple of quid & a bit of time.

would hate to be you in a crisis / in front of a limited choice fridge selection & no cash.


Amazing !!!
So much HUKD audience for crap food, from which even the dogs and cats will run away.
I am sure the prisoners will like it, the pigs also.
benasipro

Amazing !!!So much HUKD audience for crap food, from which even the dogs … Amazing !!!So much HUKD audience for crap food, from which even the dogs and cats will run away.I am sure the prisoners will like it, the pigs also.



Easy way to get a bit of veg down a kids throat, or an agreeable form of alternate burger, nothing crap about that, as "processed" & flash frozen food go's this isn't too bad

..plus pigs make for good eating afterwards. ..just what i'm about to stick on my slicer.
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These are very bland just like the birdseye vegi fingers. Prefer soya burgers with salad or veg on the side.
bradtyke

Or you could learn how to not be condescending and we could just enjoy … Or you could learn how to not be condescending and we could just enjoy the deal for what it is on a DEALS website, not a "How can I feel superior today?" website



​I dont think theyre intention was to be condescending, I think they genuinely wanted to help.

they couldve added a link or reciepe tho..
none in my local store
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