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Richmond Fresh Thick Sausages - Pack of 8 - £1 at Lidl
Richmond Fresh Thick Sausages - Pack of 8 - £1 at Lidl

Richmond Fresh Thick Sausages - Pack of 8 - £1 at Lidl

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Shame there isnt much meat in them and loads of water !

Ingredients

Pork (42%), Water, Pork Fat (10%), Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein Concentrate.
Ingredients less than 2%: Salt, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum; Antioxidants: E300 & E307; Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphate, Colour: Cochineal.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/life-style/dieting/2008/06/04/the-best-budget-sausages-115875-20594476/]22p each Richmond Irish Recipe 8 Thick Pork Sausages, £ 1 .74 per 454g packPer sausage: 180 cals, 12.9g fat, 4.9g saturates, 1.1g salt (uncooked)Pork content: 41 per centHow it compares: Claims to be made from the best products but water is the second main ingredient and they contain 10 per cent pork fat, flavourings, guar gum and a colouring in addition to the usual additives you'd find. Expensive for the overall quality

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deanos;8875377

Shame there isnt much meat in them and loads of water !IngredientsPork … Shame there isnt much meat in them and loads of water !IngredientsPork (42%), Water, Pork Fat (10%), Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein Concentrate.Ingredients less than 2%: Salt, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum; Antioxidants: E300 & E307; Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphate, Colour: Cochineal.



they are actually some of the better sausages you buy - ocado.com/web…011 i think pretty much all sausages are made with the cheaper bits of meat - but these taste nice and seem to be of better quality:thumbsup:

They do taste nice but that's because of the flavourings put in them not the meat

Same price in Spar.

Even my cat won't eat these, not all sausages are the same we buy a bit of meat and have them done that way.

worst sausages ever made.....yuck

deanos;8875377

Shame there isnt much meat in them and loads of water !IngredientsPork … Shame there isnt much meat in them and loads of water !IngredientsPork (42%), Water, Pork Fat (10%), Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein Concentrate.Ingredients less than 2%: Salt, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum; Antioxidants: E300 & E307; Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphate, Colour: Cochineal.



42%...lol!!!
decent ones are 70-92%
best ones are from farm shops/independents

I used to eat these until I moved out into the countryside, then got spoiled by an array of 70 different sausages our local butcher makes themselves, I now couldn't go back, nice find though..

About as poor as sausages get, yet not as cheap as own brand "bottom of the pile" Value/Smartprice sausages, which is what they are competing with!

They are cheap, but not worth the low price.

As it happens I actually CAN'T eat this type even if I wanted to, as they are so full of carbohydrate filler, they set off my Insulin Resistance/Reactive Hypoglycaemia! I have to eat meat products that actually contain a LOT more MEAT!

Kids love 'em.

co-op were doing some ~74% pork (I think, top of my head) cumberland sausages, 8 for £1 - much much nicer than these (I think usual price was £2?)

I avoid these like the plague to be honest - each to their own but try the co-op ones (or have a word with any decent butcher) and you'll realise why I say that.
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