Tesco Counter Skinless And Boneless Salmon Fillet 140G Better Than Half Price  75p
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Tesco Counter Skinless And Boneless Salmon Fillet 140G Better Than Half Price 75p

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Found 21st Jul 2015
Something a bit more healthy this time Fresh Counter Skinless And Boneless Salmon Fillet 140G Better Than Half Price Was £1.75 Now 75p

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    cheers oscar,just felt like salmon this week too
    Banned
    Buy the frozen wild salmon which is on offer half the time. Completely different taste.

    Hot for the price only
    £5.35 a kilo, that is cheap. Cheers.
    Bargain..........HOT
    Gooner77

    £5.35 a kilo, that is cheap. Cheers.


    thanks for the doing the maths !
    is28

    thanks for the doing the maths !


    It's actually £5.36 a kilo
    mcormack

    It's actually £5.36 a kilo



    it's actually 5.3571428572
    YouDontWantToKnow

    Buy the frozen wild salmon which is on offer half the time. Completely … Buy the frozen wild salmon which is on offer half the time. Completely different taste. Hot for the price only



    I went to Sainsbury and Tesco last week looking for frozen salmon and neither had it on offer.
    caevv

    it's actually 5.3571428572



    Always round up
    Very nice deal, Oscarcat, and heat added.

    Just like to add that Scotland is still very much a part of the UK.
    Is it farmed salmon? No thanks
    Incredible really. Only a few years ago prices spiked to around £20/kg.

    Sainsbury's are £3 per 160g portion. Their counters are becoming an overpriced joke tbh - rising prices despite deflating food prices.
    Remember our local tesco was exposed on tv for selling out of date fish changing the dates. I personally would avoid as i remember what they were doing in the film.
    will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and fresher...
    A person at the fish counter in Bury Tesco said, the stock will be in later this week, not today. Did anyone find this at any other Tesco?
    mattsokolinski

    will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and … will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and fresher...



    Thanks for the heads-up! Should we expire this?
    Frozen fish is disgusting. Fresh keeps the taste and makes sure it is not all watery like you get with frozen.
    Bess

    Always round up



    Always round to the nearest even number, it's better for averages. Bankers Rounding
    mattsokolinski

    will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and … will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and fresher...


    Have you been to Japan?think they'd disagree with that comment
    caevv

    it's actually 5.3571428572



    TRUE!

    I was going to buy it for £5.35 - but now for £5.36 don't
    mattturner756

    Frozen fish is disgusting. Fresh keeps the taste and makes sure it is not … Frozen fish is disgusting. Fresh keeps the taste and makes sure it is not all watery like you get with frozen.



    ​you really don't know don't you?
    Frozen fish is usually frozen within couple of hours post catching... But it can be on the boat for couple of days.
    So called fresh fish will be on the boat and add to that transport time to the supermarkets and how long they ate on the display.
    There was a nice episode of food unwrapped where they compare fish and how the freshness is measured.
    Also white fish will not cause any gi problems even if it's 30 days old simply because no bacteria grow on it....
    Not on offer in Norwich Extra today
    Thank you for that
    Gooner77

    £5.35 a kilo, that is cheap. Cheers.




    BH I thought £10 a kilo last week was good.
    Tesco fish counter smells of fish
    excellent spot - cheers oscarcat
    Farmed salmon? No thanks.
    Not on offer in my local but the Wild Keta salmon was £1.50 instead of £2.50 a portion.
    mattsokolinski

    ​you really don't know don't you? Frozen fish is usually frozen within c … ​you really don't know don't you? Frozen fish is usually frozen within couple of hours post catching... But it can be on the boat for couple of days.So called fresh fish will be on the boat and add to that transport time to the supermarkets and how long they ate on the display. There was a nice episode of food unwrapped where they compare fish and how the freshness is measured. Also white fish will not cause any gi problems even if it's 30 days old simply because no bacteria grow on it....



    In theory this is all well and good, in practice it's just smattering. As soon as the cold chain is broken - and we're talking here about Tesco/supermarkets - this perceived superiority of frozen fish goes out of the window. The problem with fresh fish is that it's often not that, uhm, fresh, though. Simple put: if you want decent/high quality, do not buy your fish (or meat) at supermarkets.
    is28

    thanks for the doing the maths !



    Is it Maths or Math, I have always wondered!
    mattsokolinski

    ​you really don't know don't you? Frozen fish is usually frozen within c … ​you really don't know don't you? Frozen fish is usually frozen within couple of hours post catching... But it can be on the boat for couple of days.So called fresh fish will be on the boat and add to that transport time to the supermarkets and how long they ate on the display. There was a nice episode of food unwrapped where they compare fish and how the freshness is measured. Also white fish will not cause any gi problems even if it's 30 days old simply because no bacteria grow on it....


    Depends where you buy your 'fresh' fish, I've bought fish literally within an hour after it's been landed, and knew that that the boat had only gone out the night before.
    Cold. This isn't 'fresh'. I personally catch my own fish - it's the only way to be certain.
    mattsokolinski

    will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and … will never again buy any fresh fish..... frozen is alway better and fresher...



    this counter stuff isn't 'fresh' its the same frozen stuff you buy, but its defrosted instore, and then people are conned in to thinking it 'fresh'
    OP, you'd better remove the word 'fresh' from this post....(before the deal gets any hotter :D)
    Anyone find it in Tesco today ??
    Could this be be frozen again ?? Thanks
    has anyone bought them today ?
    Bought this and put sweet chilli sauce on it.Frozen or fresh it tasted good to me X)why do people have something to moan about when you get a bargain?
    Order online and collect in store. Stuff like this in store usually hard to find.

    Ordered myself 3.5kg
    blammo

    Depends where you buy your 'fresh' fish, I've bought fish literally … Depends where you buy your 'fresh' fish, I've bought fish literally within an hour after it's been landed, and knew that that the boat had only gone out the night before.




    We don't all live on the coast, so your comment is irrelevant.
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