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Fresh chicken fillets 750g were £7.48 NOW £4.00 instore @ asda
Fresh chicken fillets 750g were £7.48 NOW £4.00 instore @ asda

Fresh chicken fillets 750g were £7.48 NOW £4.00 instore @ asda

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Asda roll back 750g fresh chicken fillets now £4.00 reduced from £7.48!

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I've voted hot as it's fresh for the price of frozen.

Wait for the 'Chicken Liberation Front' to hi-jack the thread and preach to the uninterested :thumbsup:

I got some of this yesterday. Sign up on the shelf saying "max 3 packs per customer" so may be back later today ;-)

The breasts are individually wrapped and sold in a bag of three or four (to make up the 750g), - which is great as you can freeze them and take them out one or two at a time.

I'll pass on the battery farm chicken thanks...

Freerange chicken all the way

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SimbaK2K;5287138

I'll pass on the battery farm chicken thanks...Freerange chicken all the … I'll pass on the battery farm chicken thanks...Freerange chicken all the way



No problem with this chicken - hot price.

At least ASDA own label fresh chicken is British farm assured. It will still be intensively reared in barns but it's a step up from the imported frozen chicken deal recently posted.

Still not my thing though. Try a good independent butcher or farm shop for chicken that tastes like.....chicken :thumbsup:

Great cheers for that will be at ASDA this afternoon

For an extra 99p you can get 1kg of chicken breast in Netto.

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bigsky;5287185

At least ASDA own label fresh chicken is British farm assured. It will … At least ASDA own label fresh chicken is British farm assured. It will still be intensively reared in barns but it's a step up from the imported frozen chicken deal recently posted.Still not my thing though. Try a good independent butcher or farm shop for chicken that tastes like.....chicken :thumbsup:



This tastes like chicken - don't worry about buying it. I won't tell Pamela Anderson and the rest of PETA:thumbsup:

yum... what could be more delicious than cheap intensively reared meat

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jamespo;5287222

yum... what could be more delicious than cheap intensively reared meat



http://z.about.com/d/gourmetfood/1/0/N/9/FoieGras.jpg

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bigsky;5287286

No, believe me, it doesn't taste great and you will find better tasting … No, believe me, it doesn't taste great and you will find better tasting chicken at a good butcher. But it is better than the frozen muck with added water from Tesco.Why PETA? Are you sure you don’t you mean CWF?http://www.ciwf.org.uk/what_we_do/meat_chickens/default.aspx]http://www.ciwf.org.uk/what_we_do/meat_chickens/default.aspxAnd why Pamela Anderson or did you just see the word "breasts" in the post and get flustered and confused? :-D



Sorry, wrong animal rights nuts.

Of course you could find better tasting chicken elsewhere. But this is nice tasting meat at a decent price. Perfect for everyday use.

I think it's so funny that people pay a higher price from a butcher assuming all the chickens are happy and jolly when the butcher and supermarket share exactly the same supplier.

Unless you live on the farm you have no real assurance that free range means anything at all. The opportunity to rip people off is just too good.

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mminghella;5287314

What is it? What's that strange jel;ly looking stuff too?



Foie gras. Some animal rights groups think it's cruel to produce too, but it tastes lovely.

I think the jelly is probably a sauterne jelly.

For an extra 75p to £1 you can get the same from your butcher.

If this is for you though then fair enough, it's your choice to put lower quality crap in your guts.

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STEVEWOLF;5287393

For an extra 75p to £1 you can get the same from your butcher.If this is … For an extra 75p to £1 you can get the same from your butcher.If this is for you though then fair enough, it's your choice to put lower quality crap in your guts.



This is not low quality crap as you so put it. It is good food.

STEVEWOLF;5287393

For an extra 75p to £1 you can get the same from your butcher.If this is … For an extra 75p to £1 you can get the same from your butcher.If this is for you though then fair enough, it's your choice to put lower quality crap in your guts.



all comes out the same:whistling:

and £5 for 750g of free range chicken breast - show me - now that would be a deal

I love these chicken fights. I believe some pple start them just for the heck of it! Like many pple pointed out
1. Most of the chickens come from the same farm.
2. You buy a free range chicken... YOU STILL KILL THEM! so really, using that free range excuse to clear your concience!
3. Yes there is a difference in taste, but to what extent! some chicken or no chicken. Plus you'd be surprised as to what your cooking skills can do!
4. The taste is also dependent on the breed of the chicken!! sometimes the s cold cheap deals are better tasting than the posher free range chickens!!
5. I've never seen sooo much debate on anything else!! Nobody says oh buy cheese which is made from milk from free range cattle or whatever!! lol.. pple wanna jus pick a fight!!

If you can afford it go for free range!! And leave us skint souls to buy the best other alternative!! No point rubbing it in!

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Etnies;5287573

It is cruel, Foie gras involves force feedling a duck or goose so its … It is cruel, Foie gras involves force feedling a duck or goose so its liver expands, also keeping it in a cage to stop it moving so it doesnt lose any weight.



But you don't dispute that it tastes lovely?

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Etnies;5287764

Josef Fritzl had a similar mentaility to this :whistling:



Actually Josef Fritzl was a firm believer in the use of free range food. Loved the stuff.

(obviously this is as true as the statement you've made).

butchers are the same as supermarkets. They just usually don't add a label to say how long to cook it for. The farms are the same. If you don't like meat, don't vote or take your protest elsewhere. If you want to argue about the quality of one farm over another, again this is not the place.

If you have found a cheaper deal like-for-like then we all want to hear about it. Otherwise, this is a good deal for what you are buying.

Voted hot, can't be arsed to argue with a bunch of chicken lovers though.

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Etnies;5287981

Josef thinks thinks things that are caged up are happyYou think that … Josef thinks thinks things that are caged up are happyYou think that things caged up are happyGet the similarity now?



So my young cousin who has gerbils in a cage is actually an Austrian sex offender. She hides the accent well.

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keeyop;5288448

Vici, Vidi, Veni.



:whistling:

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keeyop;5289167

Yes and Yes.Although it's not limited to ASDA, any Wal*Mart owned store … Yes and Yes.Although it's not limited to ASDA, any Wal*Mart owned store is the same.



Well aren't you the little anti-capitalist.

Wal-Mart are bad because they're a big corporation...

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keeyop;5289312

Not at all, it has nothing to do with the size of the corporation and … Not at all, it has nothing to do with the size of the corporation and more to do with their business practices.



Ahh, that's cute:thumbsup:

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keeyop;5289419

people are ingnorant With Wal*Mart this situation is magnified by the … people are ingnorant With Wal*Mart this situation is magnified by the amount of documentaries and literature that details their practices. "Ignorance is ever an excuse" (sic)

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STEVEWOLF;5289491

It's true, all of us will die, hopefully yours will be a horribly … It's true, all of us will die, hopefully yours will be a horribly prolonged agonising death.



That's wrong. Should be 'your's'.

No more classroom fights. Any further comments not relevant to OP will be deleted.

Good deal thanks OP. :thumbsup:

voted cold
1kg for a fiver at netto standard price all year round
and top quality

scottyf;5291714

voted cold 1kg for a fiver at netto standard price all year roundand top … voted cold 1kg for a fiver at netto standard price all year roundand top quality



So there's 33p difference for the convenience of shopping at asda and or getting home delivery :whistling: What makes that chicken good quality compared to this?

Good price though, maybe you should list it, but the hassle and cost to me would make it dearer than the asda chicken.

Slightly off topic, but bought some asda ready cooked chicken chicken this wk, and started tucking in, when I noticed some sort of white "insect eggs" nestled in the meat. Took it back to asda, and all credit they refunded me 3 times the value. Think I could be goin veggy after this. lol

This week's average wholesale price for Fresh Skinless chicken breast is

[SIZE="5"]£3.03 Kg [/SIZE]

[SIZE="5"]so 750g would = £2.72[/SIZE]

Source = Defra

So at £4 they are still making a good profit, at the original price is just damn right daylight robbery

A footnote i noticed

(2) Prices relate only to the relatively small supplies passing through the wholesale market / areas named above.


So a big supermarket with huge buying power should get it even cheaper.

I love chicken nearly as much as this fella:
http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r87/munch606/BundyChickenLover.jpg

Ps I have stopped buying rubbish cheapo meat from Asda.

Pumped full of water, salt and various other chemicals. I actually wonder what real decent chicken tastes like?

Im not willing to pay what it costs though, so I will keep wondering.

danm003;5296696

Ps I have stopped buying rubbish cheapo meat from Asda.Pumped full of … Ps I have stopped buying rubbish cheapo meat from Asda.Pumped full of water, salt and various other chemicals. I actually wonder what real decent chicken tastes like?Im not willing to pay what it costs though, so I will keep wondering.



:thinking:

danm003;5296696

Ps I have stopped buying rubbish cheapo meat from Asda.Pumped full of … Ps I have stopped buying rubbish cheapo meat from Asda.Pumped full of water, salt and various other chemicals. I actually wonder what real decent chicken tastes like?Im not willing to pay what it costs though, so I will keep wondering.



Which chemicals? Only says dextrose on the pack, and thats on the worst chicken. I honestly get the feeling some people round here have no idea what a tight budget really is.

tek-monkey;5297794

I honestly get the feeling some people round here have no idea what a … I honestly get the feeling some people round here have no idea what a tight budget really is.



budget; the universal excuse of the lazy, if budget is the only concern then a whole chicken (freedom foods endorsed or not both are the same price) is £2.79 per kilo from Sainsbury's. or if you don't care about animal welfare then a Basics whole chicken is £1.99 per kilo for a 2.3 kilo bird (the only bonus is that it is 100% chicken with no added water or dextrose). It takes even a novice less than 5 minutes to fillet a chicken properly, they really are an easy bird to work with, and then you also have a carcass to make stock with.

chicken fillets aren't for the budget conscious, they are just convenient.

Bargain

vegasbaby;5293474

Slightly off topic, but bought some asda ready cooked chicken chicken … Slightly off topic, but bought some asda ready cooked chicken chicken this wk, and started tucking in, when I noticed some sort of white "insect eggs" nestled in the meat. Took it back to asda, and all credit they refunded me 3 times the value. Think I could be goin veggy after this. lol



yuck this is making my skin crawl
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