Salmon Side 1KG - £10 @ Asda (Serves up to 8)
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Salmon Side 1KG - £10 @ Asda (Serves up to 8)

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SuperEd
Found 5th Dec
Skin on boneless full salmon side

A large salmon side is a classic centre piece for the Christmas table so is perfect for the Asda fish range at christmas This salmon side is perfect for a stunning centre piece to the Christmas table or a buffet. It is high in omega 3 fatty acids. The salmon once cooked is then very versatile can be eaten either roasted in a maple glaze with roasted new potatoes, courgettes and peppers or eaten cold in a quinoa salad and beans.

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pablom8311 m ago

I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't …I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't be so toxic! I'd stay away from any farmed fish at all.There are lots of movies and articles about toxic chemicals in farmed fish:[Video] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4310820/Toxic-chemicals-farmed-salmon-straight-loch.htmlhttps://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/04/30/salmon-fish-farming.aspx


Using the daily mail as a legitimate media resource tends to detract quite heavily from your point.

pablom8341 m ago

I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't …I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't be so toxic! I'd stay away from any farmed fish at all.There are lots of movies and articles about toxic chemicals in farmed fish:[Video] https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/salmon-industry-toxins-soar-by-1000-per-cent-8h780rdx5https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/apr/01/is-farming-salmon-bad-for-the-environmenthttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4310820/Toxic-chemicals-farmed-salmon-straight-loch.htmlhttps://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/04/30/salmon-fish-farming.aspx


If we listen to the media we would never eat anything.

I eat fresh veg, fruit and fish and none processed food wherever possible (I cook proper meals 2-3 times a day), but short of having my own supply of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and everything else it is very difficult to avoid all of the food healthscaresi we get bombarded with each week.

hooray.henry20 h, 23 m ago

Farmed salmon isnt as good for you as wild but as there are very few …Farmed salmon isnt as good for you as wild but as there are very few british wild and as they are very expensive then farmed is the only option.I wouldnt eat alaskan wild salmon if you paid me due to the radioactive contamination of the north pacific..Injest 1 hot particle and your toast



Don't keep me hanging, what happens to my toast??
Edited by: "Stimpington" 6th Dec

Yes, if you read the Daily Mail for 3 months you’ll find most food items give you cancer and also that most food items protect you from cancer.
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pablom8311 m ago

I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't …I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't be so toxic! I'd stay away from any farmed fish at all.There are lots of movies and articles about toxic chemicals in farmed fish:[Video] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4310820/Toxic-chemicals-farmed-salmon-straight-loch.htmlhttps://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/04/30/salmon-fish-farming.aspx


Using the daily mail as a legitimate media resource tends to detract quite heavily from your point.

not as good as the Tesco deal from last month, but £10/Kg is my normal biting point. I do like to chew it first before swallowing as well if you were wondering

pablom8332 m ago

I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't …I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't be so toxic! I'd stay away from any farmed fish at all.There are lots of movies and articles about toxic chemicals in farmed fish:[Video] https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/salmon-industry-toxins-soar-by-1000-per-cent-8h780rdx5https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/apr/01/is-farming-salmon-bad-for-the-environmenthttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4310820/Toxic-chemicals-farmed-salmon-straight-loch.htmlhttps://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/04/30/salmon-fish-farming.aspx


Agree but:

nhs.uk/Liv…spx

As someone who has witnessed the loss of wild salmon from the rivers and Lochs in the west of Scotland and those that remain are often infested with parasites thought to be aquired due to fish farms there seems to be little choice nowadays

Got one on Sunday. Not sure it will serve 8 but that might be me being greedy. Very good price though

pablom8341 m ago

I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't …I really like salmon and it would all perfect only if farmed fish wouldn't be so toxic! I'd stay away from any farmed fish at all.There are lots of movies and articles about toxic chemicals in farmed fish:[Video] https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/salmon-industry-toxins-soar-by-1000-per-cent-8h780rdx5https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/apr/01/is-farming-salmon-bad-for-the-environmenthttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4310820/Toxic-chemicals-farmed-salmon-straight-loch.htmlhttps://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/04/30/salmon-fish-farming.aspx


If we listen to the media we would never eat anything.

I eat fresh veg, fruit and fish and none processed food wherever possible (I cook proper meals 2-3 times a day), but short of having my own supply of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and everything else it is very difficult to avoid all of the food healthscaresi we get bombarded with each week.

Yes, if you read the Daily Mail for 3 months you’ll find most food items give you cancer and also that most food items protect you from cancer.

I buy wild (yes,yes but intensively farmed Salmon is gross) but the salmon i am interested are the out at sea salmon farms- as i understand the fish are in clean,flowing seawater so they need to swim and must be cleaner with less parasites and antibiotics needed ? Am i right in thinking that and if yes, how can i check that is the salmon i am buying and not intensively farmed ?

Farmed salmon isnt as good for you as wild but as there are very few british wild and as they are very expensive then farmed is the only option.

I wouldnt eat alaskan wild salmon if you paid me due to the radioactive contamination of the north pacific..

Injest 1 hot particle and your toast

chapchap24 m ago

I buy wild (yes,yes but intensively farmed Salmon is gross) but the salmon …I buy wild (yes,yes but intensively farmed Salmon is gross) but the salmon i am interested are the out at sea salmon farms- as i understand the fish are in clean,flowing seawater so they need to swim and must be cleaner with less parasites and antibiotics needed ? Am i right in thinking that and if yes, how can i check that is the salmon i am buying and not intensively farmed ?


Whole organic ones carry an organic emblem and origin gill tag.Not much more expensive than normal farmed,but way cheaper than wild salmon.The more in the farm pens , the less of a fin as well.Even if filleted i always kept the tag on display tray for customers.

Serves up to 8 hahaha

something a little fishy going on here?

Hello guys nothing is as bad as fast food as long as you keep a balance in your diet including regular vitamins and minerals also cold pressed oils instead of refined ones. You should be ok good stuff is expensive for a reason.

oohflamey3 h, 51 m ago

Using the daily mail as a legitimate media resource tends to detract quite …Using the daily mail as a legitimate media resource tends to detract quite heavily from your point.


If only I could like your observation more than once

This wouldn't serve 8 kids never mind adults! 1 man could eat this all in 1 day.
I normally buy whole when its on offer

hooray.henry20 h, 23 m ago

Farmed salmon isnt as good for you as wild but as there are very few …Farmed salmon isnt as good for you as wild but as there are very few british wild and as they are very expensive then farmed is the only option.I wouldnt eat alaskan wild salmon if you paid me due to the radioactive contamination of the north pacific..Injest 1 hot particle and your toast



Don't keep me hanging, what happens to my toast??
Edited by: "Stimpington" 6th Dec

ASDA or Morrison is sometimes doing £5 - £6 /kg for whole Salmon. This is definitely a better vfm then Salmon Side. You also still ask them to fillet it for you.

Has anyone see the deal for whole salmon ??

Thanks

pantaiema16 m ago

ASDA or Morrison is sometimes doing £5 - £6 /kg for whole Salmon. This is d …ASDA or Morrison is sometimes doing £5 - £6 /kg for whole Salmon. This is definitely a better vfm then Salmon Side. You also still ask them to fillet it for you.Has anyone see the deal for whole salmon ??Thanks



Normally available week before Christmas!

Sorry but pass... Will continue to rather eat Wild Sardines/mackerel than that chemical mix..Obviously not as bad as the farmed chicken/pork but still.. meh...

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I prefer to get my salmon from the wild source tbh. Yeah, I have to fight the bears for it but that just adds to the eating experience.

Mmmm farmed salmon
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sandstone15th Dec

Whole organic ones carry an organic emblem and origin gill tag.Not much …Whole organic ones carry an organic emblem and origin gill tag.Not much more expensive than normal farmed,but way cheaper than wild salmon.The more in the farm pens , the less of a fin as well.Even if filleted i always kept the tag on display tray for customers.


I am interested in this. Agree with going organic when possible. Where would you suggest we get organic salmon (fresh or frozen, whole or fillet)?
My personal preference is frozen as that is processed soon after catch. I do not trust 'fresh' ones in supermarkets, as i never know how fresh they truly are.

pantaiema23 h, 33 m ago

ASDA or Morrison is sometimes doing £5 - £6 /kg for whole Salmon. This is d …ASDA or Morrison is sometimes doing £5 - £6 /kg for whole Salmon. This is definitely a better vfm then Salmon Side. You also still ask them to fillet it for you.Has anyone see the deal for whole salmon ??Thanks


I dropped on the last Morrison's salmon deal on here at £5 per kg.

To get it at that price you had to buy the full fish, but still walked away with a nice bag full of about a dozen man sized fillets for £20

The picture looks like a very big tongue from an ill person.

gonda_akos5 h, 4 m ago

I am interested in this. Agree with going organic when possible. Where …I am interested in this. Agree with going organic when possible. Where would you suggest we get organic salmon (fresh or frozen, whole or fillet)? My personal preference is frozen as that is processed soon after catch. I do not trust 'fresh' ones in supermarkets, as i never know how fresh they truly are.


Proper fishmonger if possible,I know that's not possible in some area's though.see if one has a delivery van that goes to your area.Also the van should be refrigerated.

patrick_0005th Dec

Yes, if you read the Daily Mail for 3 months you’ll find most food items g …Yes, if you read the Daily Mail for 3 months you’ll find most food items give you cancer and also that most food items protect you from cancer.


Still at least it’s not the Daily Express which will also say the weathers going to be terrible
Edited by: "mb1357" 8th Dec

when does this start? Salmon side was £16 a kilo in our local yesterday
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