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Lidl whole leg of lamb £4.79/ kg

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Posted 27th Mar 2018
For those folks who prefer Lidl meat quality - always good - and Lidl prices, here again cheaper than the big supermarkets.

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What are you doing back there?
Do they amputate whilst still alive?
wouldn't say their quality is great, it's fine for the price.
Upvote for the picture, adorable
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AMaky27/03/2018 18:10

wouldn't say their quality is great, it's fine for the price.


You've done a supermarket lamb meat comparison? Do give us the results
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7fink73 m ago

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shouldn't that be grass?
deleted139113927th Mar 2018

You've done a supermarket lamb meat comparison? Do give us the results


i tried it in most supermarkets, so yes.
people have different tastes and levels of what they consider quality.
besides, most meat comes from same suppliers and processing plants.
archarius9 m ago

£4.49 per kilo @ Aldi


If they have any stock, my local didn't this morning, and the space allocated for it in the fridges was tiny , probably would have fitted about eight pieces in anyway. The same thing hapoened Christmas time in Aldi, decent offer on the lamb, but never any stock.
In Yorkshire they breed 6 legged sheep for their large families.
Don't know what they taste like never been able to catch them.
Can't pull the wool over a Yorkie.
Edited by: "Gussy_Fink_Nottle" 27th Mar 2018
That's a sheep not a lamb = mutton - just saying
rogparki35 m ago

That's a sheep not a lamb = mutton - just saying


Being pedantic,Lambs evolve into sheep.Ouch!
rogparki27/03/2018 20:04

That's a sheep not a lamb = mutton - just saying



Errr, That's like saying 'that's a child not a human'. A lamb is a sheep. The meat 'lamb' is from a sheep under one year old. Mutton is from a sheep over one year old. Now ... that's being pedantic.
Master.G4 m ago

Errr, That's like saying 'that's a child not a human'. A lamb is a sheep. …Errr, That's like saying 'that's a child not a human'. A lamb is a sheep. The meat 'lamb' is from a sheep under one year old. Mutton is from a sheep over one year old. Now ... that's being pedantic.


Bet you follow Brexit,that's being soul destroying.....Baba baa
We are a nation of animal lovers, dogs, cats, lamb, bacon, ad nauseum
Best not mention how old Spring Lamb is......
Remember when lamb was £3.79 a kg last Easter. Inflation eh?!
robrymonduk27th Mar 2018

Remember when lamb was £3.79 a kg last Easter. Inflation eh?!


nah that's called equal pay & "comparative jobs"
tusk197937 m ago

Best not mention how old Spring Lamb is......



'Baby' or 'Young' lamb is, as the name suggests, even younger.
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archarius27/03/2018 19:18

£4.49 per kilo @ Aldi


people are saying that's nearly impossible to find in stock
Is this British lamb?
Lidl's chickens are fantastic. Best Ive tasted in a while.
Aldi's AREN'T.
Be interested to try other Lidl meats, certainly
deleted139113928th Mar 2018

people are saying that's nearly impossible to find in stock


How did you get suspended?
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