Fire & Smoke Fire Grilled Ham Shavings (100g) was £2.50 now £1.50 (RollBack Deal) @ Asda
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Fire & Smoke Fire Grilled Ham Shavings (100g) was £2.50 now £1.50 (RollBack Deal) @ Asda

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Saw this a week ago in my local but still cant bring myself to pay even that reduced price !

These taste lovely, heat added

They need to up the weight, 100g you're having a laugh that's the lowest weight ever. Who pays £2.50 - £2 for this ? what's the fuss about never seen it around.

Smoking

I’d have that in one sandwich!

ellbee1 h, 26 m ago

I’d have that in one sandwich!


Id have 2 in one sandwich

Tasty but only 4 slices

They taste nice but the weight is poor and they're always stuck together.

Slices to Shavings........it's all part of the new Shrinkflation Nation....enjoy

Cheap ham yuck

Ooooh dear - don't forget that processed read meat, especially "smoked", is classed as a Class 1 Carcinogen!
Classification set by WHO.

Eating this stuff regularly can cause cancer as much as smoking. Gross.

mackem196618 h, 21 m ago

Saw this a week ago in my local but still cant bring myself to pay even …Saw this a week ago in my local but still cant bring myself to pay even that reduced price !


Agreed, £15 per kilo for cooked meat is mental - and that's the offer price.

bulletfoss1 h, 54 m ago

Ooooh dear - don't forget that processed read meat, especially "smoked", …Ooooh dear - don't forget that processed read meat, especially "smoked", is classed as a Class 1 Carcinogen!Classification set by WHO.Eating this stuff regularly can cause cancer as much as smoking. Gross.


Don't forget to put foil on your mobile too, don't want those radio waves giving you a brain tumour.

Mr.No1 h, 31 m ago

Don't forget to put foil on your mobile too, don't want those radio waves …Don't forget to put foil on your mobile too, don't want those radio waves giving you a brain tumour.


It's not a conspiracy or exaggeration pal......

NHS:
nhs.uk/liv…spx

World Health Organisation:
who.int/fea…en/

Don't forget to take those rose-tinted glasses off your head, or the wool hanging in-front of your eyes.
Edited by: "bulletfoss" 7th Nov

bulletfoss2 h, 43 m ago

It's not a conspiracy or exaggeration …It's not a conspiracy or exaggeration pal......NHS:https://www.nhs.uk/livewell/goodfood/pages/red-meat.aspxWorld Health Organisation:http://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/Don't forget to take those rose-tinted glasses off your head, or the wool hanging in-front of your eyes.



I know what you're referring to "pal".

You're warning people about ham, yet you've posted a bunch of voucher codes for Domino's. The bastions of health food who sell a lot of *ZOMG* processed meat!

Mr.No17 h, 12 m ago

I know what you're referring to "pal".You're warning people about ham, yet …I know what you're referring to "pal".You're warning people about ham, yet you've posted a bunch of voucher codes for Domino's. The bastions of health food who sell a lot of *ZOMG* processed meat!


Actually I only eat seafood/veg - so I wouldn't buy any of the pizza's with meat on anyway. Thanks for perusing my deals though! Hope there was something handy.

bulletfoss21 m ago

Actually I only eat seafood/veg - so I wouldn't buy any of the pizza's …Actually I only eat seafood/veg - so I wouldn't buy any of the pizza's with meat on anyway. Thanks for perusing my deals though! Hope there was something handy.



Haha Domino's "seafood" toppings, the most premium catches of the sea.

Didn't really see much of interest, mobile phone "deal" (they cause cancer). Something for the cinema? (sitting down causes cancer) Headphones (they cause tinnitus) and so on.

Mr.No3 h, 27 m ago

Haha Domino's "seafood" toppings, the most premium catches of the …Haha Domino's "seafood" toppings, the most premium catches of the sea.Didn't really see much of interest, mobile phone "deal" (they cause cancer). Something for the cinema? (sitting down causes cancer) Headphones (they cause tinnitus) and so on.


That's a shame. I tend to worry about the risks which have been quantifiably proven and recognised by international governing health bodies. Sure, mobile phones could pose a very small radiation risk, not proven, but possible.

But processed red meats are in the same risk category as Tabacco. Why would I ignore this information?

bulletfoss7 h, 11 m ago

That's a shame. I tend to worry about the risks which have been …That's a shame. I tend to worry about the risks which have been quantifiably proven and recognised by international governing health bodies. Sure, mobile phones could pose a very small radiation risk, not proven, but possible.But processed red meats are in the same risk category as Tabacco. Why would I ignore this information?


Definitely no risk in eating gigantic pizzas made with bucket-loads of salt and topped with half a kilo of high fat low quality cheese.

Mr.No17 h, 45 m ago

Definitely no risk in eating gigantic pizzas made with bucket-loads of …Definitely no risk in eating gigantic pizzas made with bucket-loads of salt and topped with half a kilo of high fat low quality cheese.


Sure - but these are risks which are obvious and that people are aware of. The general population understand that eating regular junk food can result in obesity related health issues.

However, the general population, until now - was very much unaware of the direct cancer risk caused by processed meats. Stuffing it in their faces daily, unaware of the risks - thinking they are eating healthy lean foods.

If you stuff pizza in your mouth every day and expect to stay slim, then you're stupid.

If you stuff processed meats in your mouth every days and expect to stay cancer-free, then you are ignorant or uninformed.
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