Morrison's - cheap lamb deal
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Morrison's - cheap lamb deal

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Edited by:"firstofficer"Found 27th Aug
This is a limited offer from Morrison's. Better than half price!!

This is a prime cut of fresh pure lamb. The lamb is 100% premium British cut. Can be either shoulder or loin, subject to availability.

It's ideal for slow roasting and for special occasions. The rind can be trimmed off free of charge.

Perfect with parsley and butter, as shown in the picture.

Usual cost is 13£/kg. Now less than half price 5.95/kg.

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The parsley in the photo is actually rosemary

firstofficer32 m ago

No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to …No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.Kindest regards.



"The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar."

What a load of pretentious ignorant twaddle. You haven't any more idea where this lamb's come from or it's rearing than anybody else, so why bother trying, and failing miserably, to sound knowledgeable?

firstofficer3 m ago

No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to …No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.Kindest regards.


Your aware that your post is deliberately misleading and again moderately embellished ?

Organically sourced implies a higher meat quality than the customer will be purchasing.

If the supermarket themselves used these words it would be called for what it is. Nonsense.

Why must you post fabricated and embellished statements alongside what may be a good offer? Let the offer speak for itself and stick to the facts.

I asked for the lamb loin out of the chiller, but I was given the cold shoulder!
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 27th Aug
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This is again a deal with false information. This lamb is not, nor ever has been organic.
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Edited by: "360finder" 27th Aug

Thanks just bought some cheap mint sauce now top quality lamb , thanks for posting.

The parsley in the photo is actually rosemary

Nicw

From op

"Can be either shoulder or loin"

Yes except that the offer is for shoulder so unlikely to be loin.

It doesn't say organic

fake news

Is it this price in store and for delivery

As said earlier, are you Donald Trump making your own fake news?

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360finder10 m ago

This is again a deal with false information. This lamb is not, nor ever …This is again a deal with false information. This lamb is not, nor ever has been organic.[Image]


No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.

Kindest regards.

Got to be instore ae

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shalton4 m ago

Is it this price in store and for delivery




Yes, both. You would have to state how you would like it to be carved and whether you want the rind off..

Cheers.

I asked for the lamb loin out of the chiller, but I was given the cold shoulder!
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 27th Aug

firstofficer3 m ago

No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to …No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.Kindest regards.


Your aware that your post is deliberately misleading and again moderately embellished ?

Organically sourced implies a higher meat quality than the customer will be purchasing.

If the supermarket themselves used these words it would be called for what it is. Nonsense.

Why must you post fabricated and embellished statements alongside what may be a good offer? Let the offer speak for itself and stick to the facts.

firstofficer32 m ago

No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to …No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.Kindest regards.



"The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar."

What a load of pretentious ignorant twaddle. You haven't any more idea where this lamb's come from or it's rearing than anybody else, so why bother trying, and failing miserably, to sound knowledgeable?

firstofficer43 m ago

No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to …No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.Kindest regards.


Whereas the wording wasn't quite so careful!

Besford8 m ago

Whereas the wording wasn't quite so careful!


I think the word that eluded FirstOfficer was ethically. I am giving them the benefit of the doubt, and it's mostly doubt. They know what they're doing.

Couldn't believe how much lamb has gone up in a year
from £4 kg to £5.95 kg
that's nearly 50% in a year
hotukdeals.com/dea…242
Edited by: "databar" 27th Aug

firstofficer55 m ago

No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to …No one said it was organic. The way meat is sourced can be similar to organically farmed meat, depending on the rechniques and the nutritional elements are similar. Hence the carefully used working in my post.Kindest regards.


In all my years on this forum I've never seen someone post such drivel. 'Carefully used working' (meant to be wording?) isn't how I'd describe it...

paolo17 m ago

In all my years on this forum I've never seen someone post such drivel. …In all my years on this forum I've never seen someone post such drivel. 'Carefully used working' (meant to be wording?) isn't how I'd describe it...



It's a very, very bad post
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Organic or not it makes no sense. Its food. Eat it, dont die and do it again tomorrow.
I'd love to have seen all the organic hippes, vegans and veggies in the 1940s.

Eat. Sleep. Repeat.

What I don't understand is the pure lamb bit. What else could it be? 50% lamb 50% salmon? It is either lamb or it isn't.

psychobitchfromhell34 m ago

What I don't understand is the pure lamb bit. What else could it be? 50% …What I don't understand is the pure lamb bit. What else could it be? 50% lamb 50% salmon? It is either lamb or it isn't.


This means its a virgin lamb, no wellies in sight.......

" Better than half price!! Usual cost is 13£/kg."

No one (well, maybe Waitrose) sells bone-in lamb shoulder at £13 per kilo! Average price is £7-8.

So, this is still a 'deal' but certainly not half-price.

(ps...if you're quoting the £13 in the Morrisons posting, that's the 'typical' price for a 2+kg joint ordered online. As you will see, that is a reduction from £16 which would make the pre-offer price about £7.50 per kilo.)
Edited by: "LesD" 28th Aug

And if you mean LESS than half price bloody well say so and dispense with the Adspeak

All seems a bit wooly to me.

360finder4 h, 25 m ago

Organically sourced implies a higher meat quality than the customer will …Organically sourced implies a higher meat quality than the customer will be purchasing.


In my experience anything that has the word organic in the description usually means it is over priced and will go off quicker.
It usually has no difference in the quaity, nutritious value or taste unless, in the case of meat, the animal has also had some better food and has been treated better.

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360finder8 h, 42 m ago

Your aware that your post is deliberately misleading and again moderately …Your aware that your post is deliberately misleading and again moderately embellished ? Organically sourced implies a higher meat quality than the customer will be purchasing. If the supermarket themselves used these words it would be called for what it is. Nonsense. Why must you post fabricated and embellished statements alongside what may be a good offer? Let the offer speak for itself and stick to the facts.


I see you've only been a member of this site a couple of days. So you're still a novice but are quite mouthy nonetheless.

Why don't you concentrate on posting good deals rather than creating a major nuicance for everyone. I see you've actually posted no deals so far, but every entry from you has been critical.

Just saying..

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psychobitchfromhell6 h, 57 m ago

What I don't understand is the pure lamb bit. What else could it be? 50% …What I don't understand is the pure lamb bit. What else could it be? 50% lamb 50% salmon? It is either lamb or it isn't.


Pure = 100%

Kind regards

firstofficer18 m ago

Pure = 100%Kind regards



This poster is a bit of a serial BS poster and always makes up nonsense comments about the products they post take a look at the BS in this post hotukdeals.com/dea…896
go get your coat wanabe officer just give them the credit their due NIL just a pretentious idiot

firstofficer29 m ago

Pure = 100%Kind regards


But how could it be anything else but? If it is lamb then it is lamb. If it is not lamb then it is something else. Yes a lamb burger or kebab may have added ingredients but a lamb joint? What else would you expect from a lamb joint? If I were buying a piece of lamb and it wasn't 100% lamb, I wouldn't be buying it.
With kind regards
Edited by: "psychobitchfromhell" 28th Aug

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psychobitchfromhell9 m ago

But how could it be anything else but? If it is lamb then it is lamb. If …But how could it be anything else but? If it is lamb then it is lamb. If it is not lamb then it is something else. Yes a lamb burger or kebab may have added ingredients but a lamb joint? What else would you expect from a lamb joint? If I were buying a piece of lamb and it wasn't 100% lamb, I wouldn't be buying it.


I think you're missing the point here. Sometimes retailers use additives and preservatuves and also bulk up the meat using proteins. Especially for reformed meats like in this case. This would make the meat less than 100%.

Agood example is KFC - they are no longer able to call their food 100% chicken, because it's actually bulked up and contains loads of chemicals. This so called dilutional effect renders the meat to be around 60%, the rest being artificial. And it comes as no surprise why they were banned from calling it Kentucky Fried Chicken any more..

I hope that clarifies the matter for you.

Thanks for your input into my thread.

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lassy14 m ago

This poster is a bit of a serial BS poster and always makes up nonsense …This poster is a bit of a serial BS poster and always makes up nonsense comments about the products they post take a look at the BS in this post https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aldi-gammon-steaks-unsmoked-off-the-bone-149-2742896 go get your coat wanabe officer just give them the credit their due NIL just a pretentious idiot


I see someone didn't get an A in GCSE English...

With kindest regards.

firstofficer9 m ago

I think you're missing the point here. Sometimes retailers use additives …I think you're missing the point here. Sometimes retailers use additives and preservatuves and also bulk up the meat using proteins. Especially for reformed meats like in this case. This would make the meat less than 100%. Agood example is KFC - they are no longer able to call their food 100% chicken, because it's actually bulked up and contains loads of chemicals. This so called dilutional effect renders the meat to be around 60%, the rest being artificial. And it comes as no surprise why they were banned from calling it Kentucky Fried Chicken any more..I hope that clarifies the matter for you.Thanks for your input into my thread.


And if I were buying rubbish from a fast food outlet I would take this into consideration. You are discussing a whole piece of dead animal not some preformed mechanically recovered garbage. I'm not denying this is a piece of lamb, I just don't quite get what calling it pure adds to the deal

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psychobitchfromhell13 m ago

And if I were buying rubbish from a fast food outlet I would take this …And if I were buying rubbish from a fast food outlet I would take this into consideration. You are discussing a whole piece of dead animal not some preformed mechanically recovered garbage. I'm not denying this is a piece of lamb, I just don't quite get what calling it pure adds to the deal


Thank you for your query.

Even with regards to premium cuts and joints, it can still be less than 100%, for the aforementioned reasons. They can use embalming agents and preservatives in order to prolong shelf life which again makes the meat not 100%, or not 'pure'.

I hope this clarifies the issue further for you. With kindest regards.

firstofficer1 h, 6 m ago

I see you've only been a member of this site a couple of days. So you're …I see you've only been a member of this site a couple of days. So you're still a novice but are quite mouthy nonetheless. Why don't you concentrate on posting good deals rather than creating a major nuicance for everyone. I see you've actually posted no deals so far, but every entry from you has been critical.Just saying..


That's right I have only been a member a short while.

I have posted a deal which you will be able to find if you check my profile correctly.

Obviously you feel that your long standing membership allows you free reign when it comes to posting what you like about deals.

Every member of this site should be welcomed and encouraged to post and participate in actively finding posting and commenting on deals. Whilst giving accurate and honest information, I have given honest information. Accurate critique of incorrect or misleading information and positive comment and 'heat' where I find a post deserving of such.

Sadly most of what you posted yesterday, and continue to write this morning appears to be "organically sourced" (that is to say thought about with effectivity in mind) nonsense.

I'm not the only person calling your posts for what they are and I certainly wont be the last.

I will continue to use the site, as I am sure will you. I wish you well in your endeavours and hope that one day we can agree that a deal is 'hot' together.

Again I thank you for your active participation in the site and encourage you to post more money saving deals and offers. I would ask however that when posting you use only accurate information as only then will your post be an effective deal rather than a fabricated wonderland offer changed from the manufacturer/supplier/retailers description by your inaccurate product knowledge.

Warmest wishes

Voted cold because the of the BS the OP decided to add. Deal was alright but get your facts straight!

firstofficer14 m ago

Thank you for your query. Even with regards to premium cuts and joints, …Thank you for your query. Even with regards to premium cuts and joints, it can still be less than 100%, for the aforementioned reasons. They can use embalming agents and preservatives in order to prolong shelf life which again makes the meat not 100%, or not 'pure'.I hope this clarifies the issue further for you. With kindest regards.


Which is why I tend to buy my meat from the butcher if I do buy meat. Increasingly these days I steer away and look at meat as an occasional luxury rather than an every day staple. Not that long since we found our 100% beef mince lasagne was horse. Out of interest, how do you know this is 100% pure?

Well done first officer for winding up the trolls - still a good deal

hisqwertyness20 m ago

Well done first officer for winding up the trolls - still a good deal


Really, so someone telling the community lies is 'winding up the trolls' it's not organic as it was originally posted. It's not anywhere near half price- it was only just north of £8 a kilo. Etc etc.


firstofficer10 h, 44 m ago

Yes, both. You would have to state how you would like it to be carved and …Yes, both. You would have to state how you would like it to be carved and whether you want the rind off..Cheers.



That's wonderful, Morrison's carve it before you cook it!
Edited by: "compadre" 28th Aug
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