Flying Goose Sriracha Chilli Sauce 455 ml £1.99 @ B&M Stores
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Flying Goose Sriracha Chilli Sauce 455 ml £1.99 @ B&M Stores

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Found 10th Mar
Currently £6.20 for a brace @ Amazon
More product info here on Amazon site
amazon.co.uk/gp/…VO/

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Gooner776 m ago

MSG, Flavour Enhancer: E621


Absolutely nothing wrong with MSG. Ridiculous decadesold scare mongering over nothing.

HOT HOT price for this, I'll be picking up a couple of bottles and cooking kebabs tonight!
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Now that is hot.
good find
nice chilli sauce
Good price. I love their sriracha mayonnaise.
Is this a good sauce...seen it my local...tempted
Standard price for a knock off Sriracha sauce. Would much rather pay the extra quid for the genuine original stuff
Same price in Aldi.
Impossible to eat too much of this!
Amazing stuff have bottles stashed away everywhere
MSG, Flavour Enhancer: E621
Gooner776 m ago

MSG, Flavour Enhancer: E621


Absolutely nothing wrong with MSG. Ridiculous decadesold scare mongering over nothing.

HOT HOT price for this, I'll be picking up a couple of bottles and cooking kebabs tonight!
the king of chilli sauces. if you can handle this then you can handle anything
azzy1294 h, 15 m ago

the king of chilli sauces. if you can handle this then you can handle …the king of chilli sauces. if you can handle this then you can handle anything


Andooeeyy7 h, 39 m ago

Standard price for a knock off Sriracha sauce. Would much rather pay the …Standard price for a knock off Sriracha sauce. Would much rather pay the extra quid for the genuine original stuff


+1 And such a knock off too. Trust the rooster not the goose !
Northerndave16 m ago

+1 And such a knock off too. Trust the rooster not the goose !



The ones I buy from tesco is this flying goose brand, never seen rooster one..
hot deal.
theposter8 h, 5 m ago

Is this a good sauce...seen it my local...tempted



very good sauce with unique garlic flavour... buy it regularly since I discovered it on a tesco shelf..
Edited by: "bluewhale2015" 10th Mar
+1 for the rooster.
makes anything taste better. Sainsburys always have it for £3 and its worth it.
Had a chow mein pot noodle this week and put a few squirts into it and turned it into fine dining!.
Good stuff, way too much sugar though.
A horrendous sauce currently in fashion.
LukeBos40 m ago

Good stuff, way too much sugar though.


Always been this price !
custommade0710 h, 57 m ago

Absolutely nothing wrong with MSG. Ridiculous decadesold scare mongering …Absolutely nothing wrong with MSG. Ridiculous decadesold scare mongering over nothing.HOT HOT price for this, I'll be picking up a couple of bottles and cooking kebabs tonight!



There are always arguments for and against, I doubt you are qualified to give a informed opinion,
Speak to a GP who will advise against MSG consumption as do the like of Wholefoods.
It is an artificial flavor enhancer that fools the brain.
Aquacadabra10 h, 59 m ago

A horrendous sauce currently in fashion.



how dare you
Sri racha is a religion, sriracha is life.
Sod the MSG and other concerns, people's breath after eating with this.
£6.20 for 2 at Amazon. Therefore £1.99 vs £3.10(home delivered)
Too much garlic for me.. nandos sauce for the win!
Didn't buy the deal but got tempted when in Iceland where it's on sale for £2.50. It is nice tho
Gooner7711th Mar

There are always arguments for and against, I doubt you are qualified to …There are always arguments for and against, I doubt you are qualified to give a informed opinion, Speak to a GP who will advise against MSG consumption as do the like of Wholefoods.It is an artificial flavor enhancer that fools the brain.


So I assume that you don't drink or smoke or take drugs or eat sugar or drink coffee etc?
Edited by: "spatter" 13th Mar
They were marked down to £1 tonight in our local store. I bought 20 outers.
Gooner7711th Mar

There are always arguments for and against, I doubt you are qualified to …There are always arguments for and against, I doubt you are qualified to give a informed opinion, Speak to a GP who will advise against MSG consumption as do the like of Wholefoods.It is an artificial flavor enhancer that fools the brain.


Tell us how you're more qualified to give your opinion...
joeyjo11 h, 51 m ago

Tell us how you're more qualified to give your opinion...


You are free to do what you want, I only highlighted the ingredient for those who may not be aware.

It is madness to declare something as safe if you are unqualified or not sufficiently informed on the subject. Personally my family consists of many GP's, and other types of Doctors, plus many friends in the profession who say this stuff is poison. However, I could find equal numbers of doctors who state eating eggs are bad, as I could that say eating eggs are good. Hence the rule is, if unsure, consume in moderation.

Read this:
foodmatters.com/art…oid

The simple truth is that big food now adopt the same strategies as big tobacco did, hence you cannot put too much faith in what you read. Their marketing budgets are far greater than that of the national health bodies, and they care only about profits. Hence they commission their own reports stating their products are safe and put out misinformation.

theguardian.com/soc…ort
Edited by: "Gooner77" 15th Mar
Gooner779 h, 36 m ago

You are free to do what you want, I only highlighted the ingredient for …You are free to do what you want, I only highlighted the ingredient for those who may not be aware. It is madness to declare something as safe if you are unqualified or not sufficiently informed on the subject. Personally my family consists of many GP's, and other types of Doctors, plus many friends in the profession who say this stuff is poison. However, I could find equal numbers of doctors who state eating eggs are bad, as I could that say eating eggs are good. Hence the rule is, if unsure, consume in moderation.Read this:http://www.foodmatters.com/article/top-10-food-additives-to-avoidThe simple truth is that big food now adopt the same strategies as big tobacco did, hence you cannot put too much faith in what you read. Their marketing budgets are far greater than that of the national health bodies, and they care only about profits. Hence they commission their own reports stating their products are safe and put out misinformation.https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/dec/06/conflict-of-interest-in-child-obesity-report


Not really. I responded to your post in which you doubted that the poster was qualified to give a informed opinion then continued to give one yourself. I merely asked about your qualification which seems to be nothing but anecdotal. My brother is a pilot but that doesn't mean I can fly jumbo jets.

Any real medical professional will want to see scientific evidence and there are hundreds of studies on MSG and not one has shown that MSG in normal doses is 'poison' as you put it. I can tell you have made up your mind already but if anyone wants to see the real evidence they can do a simple search like this -

google.co.uk/sea…F-8

Plenty of studies, completely unrelated to 'big food' but I'm sure you'll prefer a Food Matters article over the work of peer reviewed scientists.
Msg is cool. 1 billion Chinese eat msg noodles every day
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