Oh really 😬 ah well! Hope it’s someone’s birthday then! (lol)
Oos apart from birthday cake
Most flavours OOS
Oh really 😬 ah well! Hope it’s someone’s birthday then! (lol)
Oos apart from birthday cake
Most flavours OOS
I read about wonky steak a couple of days ago. It's usually the cuts that are used for mincing, the under weight cuts. For grass fed and free range this is a good price. Unfortunately I found muscle foods quality went down hill when I used to order from them.
This is either a wind up or a ridiculous attempt at marketing
smaller packs posted yesterday and got the heat it deserved, ignoring the quality using wonky as an advertising term is stupid, you only get wonky cuts if the butcher messes up anything else is trimmings nothing more. Jumping on the wonky veg bandwagon only the gullible with no clue of meat cuts should buy this.
I would still take my chances with what I can see though - sorry https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/5536886/healthy-eating-firm-muscle-food-forced-to-recall-over-60-meat-products-after-watchdog-investigation/
Couldn't see if it was grass fed or matured at all on the page, so compared it to the closest I can see. which works out £12.58 per KG at Asda. I think the Bosswell Farms stuff is the Tesco Value range re-branded? Although I might be wrong they seem to have different farm names on a lot of their items now. Such as Redmere Farms Carrots, Rosedene Farms Strawberries and Willow Farms Chicken
Cheap prices, cheap meat. Typical Musclefood. Binned them off years ago. Spend a little extra and get straight cut steaks from your local butcher
Sorry, what did you say ;)
The photo looks like a tray full of ears.
Had some steaks from them recently - total rubbish
Only had muscle food steaks once as part of a bbq pack. Inedible. I'd like to think their other cuts are better but it really put me off. Wouldnt try them again.
Much prefer bellyfood
It's all awful! I've had it before.
Just had the lean steak burgers. Ive got to say they are well qorth the money!
Good research MGowan - well done
You're a brave soul posting this! Did you search for 'Musclefood' deals before posting?
I think it was a joke.
Thanks this 1 was oos but ordered the double up hamper for £55 (+ £5 to double) & free delivery x
Poor quality! I once had chicken that had come from Poland... never again 👎🏻
Had to come back to this, the site has a whole vegan and vegetarian section - https://www.musclefood.com/veg-and-vegan/vegan-plant-based-diet.html Why would they do that??
I know they're OOS but do you still have to spend the ridiculous £25 before they'll deliver?...even though you have to pay for delivery... (annoyed)
How likely will they be back in stock?
Oh bum, I didn't notice.
Says sold out unfortunately.
Sold out :-)
I have to mix pea protein with a flavored whey because the taste is awful!
Here you go. Stumbled across this while studying. http://www.nutritiontactics.com/measure-muscle-protein-synthesis/ and then if you go to 7.2. The article is written by Jorn Trommelen who is a lead scientist studying muscle protein synthesis. As you can see plant based proteins don't trigger the same response as animal proteins because although they do have all of the essential amino acids, they simply don't have as much. You can offset this by simply consuming more of it though.
No offence but I'm not taking time out of my day to back something up which has been widely accepted at least as long as I've been body building. That's why almost all protein companies offer a blend of pea, rice and soy. Rice contains a lot of what Pea lacks so they make a good combination. You could chug down a pea protein shake with your dinner as you're suggesting, but most people use shakes as a supplement for when they don't have access to real food, at the gym, or work. if you're at home and access to real food you should be eating that.
Can you back that up with any scientific studies? If this was true, the only way the protein would "go to waste" is if you consumed no other food containing the low amino acids that you haven't detailed, which would be highly unlikely
yes, technically it does contain all essential amino acids. however, its very low in some of them which means alot of the protein goes to waste.
13g of carbs? Any protein bars that are carb free?
Dark chocolate mint and jaffa quake are amazing <3 not keen on this flavour
I vote hot for the price but not a fan because of the maltitol. Also won't order from musclefood again as they pretty much stalk you via email and text.
HNEW28723 - £10 off orders over £60 Also delivery is £4.99 DPD or £3.99 Standard.
Oh man these are good!
I had to buy some chicken so added a few in the basket, thanks
So one jar is 7.98??
Short Dated or Past Best Before!, taste amazin normal assumes it is it its best, not voted.
You better be, otherwise I'm gonna cut your pocket money so you cant buy sh*t.... you son of a b*tch.... now where is that useless mother of yours I want my dinner!! 8)
you threw them away wtf!! like there was no other option you could have possibly had, someone else to give to... an animal ... anything! threw them away,, man like ahmark you know!! likes to save money, and throw money!
Aldi sardines 34p for 20.7g of protein + omega 3 & 6 - sugar Better value if you don't mind fish IMO. I do a lot of cycling and running, never had a protein shake/bar. Still put on plenty of muscle.
Never again last lot of chicken smelt rancid threw it ou
auto correct on a phone :p
works out at about £6 a kilo, poor value, ive just ordered 18kg of mixed meat, including steak from a local butcher for £100
Keep fighting the good fight you rebellious chickens.
Spam? Emails (y)
Albeit in great shape he's not quite 'elite' level.
There are certainly people successful in those fields who are 100% plant based. For example Karl Bruder - “I have put on 6kg since I have been vegan in 20 months. I never achieved this amount of muscle prior to being vegan in 6 years in competitive bodybuilding. So when someone says you built most of your muscle on animal based products I tell them I have made a lot more progress and faster on a plant based diet. I have never been in such good shape and conditioned all year round as I am now. So the fact is, being vegan has massive benefits to my sport and my health.”
So disappointing. But the chicken is hands down the best. And they have great service too.
Funnily enough just had one and had to throw it away! Tough as hell.
-185° to beat....watch this space.
I had a look on here the other day for a similar offer and they kept adding stuff to my basket that I didn't want. Is this what they normally do? Put me off tbh, didn't order in the end.
I use this company, I have to say I have always been happy with my orders. The chicken breast is the best I have ever bought. Their meat is all low fat. I can only recommend them
Looks good, price for what u get is good, but reading about others that bought im on the fence with this deal.
Admittedly it was over a year ago but I tried a similar bundle back then from this place and was disgusted with the quality of the meat. Hopefully they have improved their supplier chain.
i bought this the other day and have had other hampers from them. i think the quality is really good. the chicken breasts are alot nicer than the supermarkets. only thing i dont like that they do are the meatballs. they are weird
The last lot I ordered didn’t smell to good. never buy from them again
Got a deal posted on here for Christmas, items missing, Turkey looked Anorexic, really bad customer service. Took ages to reply, I asked them to pick up the order as it wasn't as described and turkey looked terrible, sent in pictures. It took them days to reply, and told me they do not collect orders and more or less tough luck, first off all try to palm me off with £3 refund, then in end £9, by all rights I should be entitled to full refund as they did not fulfil their contract, but was not worth my time or energy for the amount in question. Best thing to do with companies like this is to do a charge back, maybe they will learn their lesson, maybe not. A few people had same issues, I will never shop with them again even not matter how good they claim the offers are and its all fabricated.
got the xmas meat and was decent, went for the new year bundle. .. awaiting for the delivery. was tempted for this deal too.
I wonder why the prices have gone up have we recently had a vote that has affected the value of our currency, we also import most of our meats.
Prices have gone up, quality has gone down. Stick to your local butcher if you want quality fresh products.
yeah its about two months old mate. expired
That link is taking you to the 6 pack for £2.50. 18 pack showing as £9.
Cheers. Me boots are filled :-)
Yup. Just a good all round sausage but absolutely perfect for stuffing the turkey. I did the same. Turkey for a tenner and 360 sausages! Guess what we are having xmas eve?
Chicken breasts are huge and no added water either. Order from them regularly
I have ordered from here before. Great quality
I guess its a good deal no telling how those pictures translate to real though, I bet those breasts are tiny which would make everything else pretty small
Minimum order £24.99 so you can't just order the mince and get the free stuff.
Title should mention that you have to spend £15 to get the free bits - but this looks like a good deal. Heat from me!
Let the thread know, be good to do a little bit to stop cr£p like this happening, CPC are as bad.. BTW - "I was in Texas the other week, I fell over and landed on my knees in a puddle. (WH)"
Ugh... Is this what I'm in for :( I don't understand how I can spend £60 with a company only to end up their marketing puppet.
On my phone it didn't come up as a normal number, have plenty of numbers blocked but it wouldn't let me do that one. Emails were filtered and marked as spam.
Can't you just filter the emails and block the SMS?
Biggest spam artists around, avoid if you value your privacy.
Musclefood are a spamming bunch of scoundrels that sell their crap under a few other brand names and it's all the same rubbish. The steak is like soggy tissues. The chicken is like rubber The mince is fatty. Oh and they chuck in 1-2 quality bits that make up about 10% of the hamper. Don't get sucked in.
Buy a mincer, mince it all together and make some giant patties. You are what you eat and if you wanna be a beefcake gotta do this!
I second that just buy proper meat that tastes nice and eat a balanced diet, it's just a brand which some people buy into.
Musclefood red meat is basically dog meat, fatty, gristley and just chewy beyond believe. I’ve had it all like steaks, mince beef, meatballs etc and wouldn’t recommend any of it. Your best bet is to go to your butchers and choose your meat yourself.
Got this last year and it was good and have this years hamper coming tomorrow. Get chicken and turkey breasts every month without problems. Steaks are hit and miss though.
Agree these used to be OK when westin gourmet but now poor, Costco have always done the best cuts that taste stunning.
Great if you're not fussed about welfare standards. The UK has the highest food standards in Europe, which increases costs because farms are limited to how many animals can be reared per square metre. Muscle Food sources most of their meat from Eastern Europe, Denmark, Brazil, Thailand etc where these standards do not apply and more animals can be reared per metre. Don't fall for their clever marketing - e.g the video of 1 of their British suppliers, they don't show you is the 50 foreign ones! Note that the origin isn't specifically mentioned anywhere on their cheap meat for a reason. It is unethical, misleading and certainly shouldn't be legal.
this is rubbish. tiny, non free range turkey £13 2kg of sausages, £10 800g of bacon £4 2kg of potatoes 60p 1kg carrots 50p 500g sprouts £1 cabbage 80p stuffing + gravy £2 no way worth £50
How much the chicken breast in Costco ?