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Colander 19p @ Sainsburys
Colander 19p @ Sainsburys

Colander 19p @ Sainsburys

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Saw these in my local Sainsburys so picked up a couple. Good quality and can't moan about the price

did you mean calendar ?
- MUFCristiano

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OP might mean COLANDER for straining and washing veg but don't know why you'd want more than one!!!!!

Saw these in my local Sainsburys so picked up a couple



You can't have too many colanders, so they say

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angelbob

OP might mean COLANDER for straining and washing veg but don't know why … OP might mean COLANDER for straining and washing veg but don't know why you'd want more than one!!!!!



Yes this is what I meant hence the title colander. One to use for veggies, rice and pasta and the other when washing meat or chicken
Edited by: "sunny101" 24th Oct 2010

MUFCristiano doesnt know what a colander is

MUFCristiano = Fail

simate

MUFCristiano = Fail



:):):)

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angelbob

OP might mean COLANDER for straining and washing veg but don't know why … OP might mean COLANDER for straining and washing veg but don't know why you'd want more than one!!!!!


Maybe one had a leak? oO

Pluun

Maybe one had a leak? oO



i sniggered **hangs head in shame**

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sunny101

Yes this is what I meant hence the title colander. One to use for … Yes this is what I meant hence the title colander. One to use for veggies, rice and pasta and the other when washing meat or chicken



Are you saying chickens aren't made of meat?

Have I been conned into buying something that just smells & tastes of meat, like bacon crisps?

This thread is full of holes..:)

Mine had holes in it too , so took it back !

FWIW, consumers are no longer advised to wash meat or chicken. It just splashes bacteria all over the place.

WTF is your chicken made of then?

blimey...I haven't the time to sieve through all these posts....if you ask me...none of this holds water...

This is a holy deal thank God

bob2009

WTF is your chicken made of then?



If you're asking me, then like most shop bought chickens, the ones I buy are deceased. They can therefore be said to be made of decomposing flesh. This can be rendered safer for consumption by proper cooking. Running water over any raw meat will make naff all difference, apart from potentially splashing diluted blood etc round your kitchen. But for a few years people thought it would help somehow, and some people apparently still do.
Edited by: "Noghar" 25th Oct 2010

so meat then?

Yes, apart from Tesco ones, which are made from brickdust consolidated with pus.
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