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Tesco Finest Aberdeen Angus steak mince (500g) two for £6 @ Tesco
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Tesco Finest Aberdeen Angus steak mince (500g) two for £6 @ Tesco

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Tesco have a decent deal on Aberdeen Angus minced steak at the moment. A kilo for £6 — two 500g packets. Normally £4 each, you are saving 25%.

With 15% fat, these are gonna make some tasty burgers, or an amazing Bolognese, an even better chilli con carne! Or whatever you make with it.

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  • Aberdeen Angus beef steak mince 15% fat.
  • Typically 15% fat. Tender British beef selected for its rich, full flavour.
  • We know how important quality, origin and animal welfare standards are when it comes to meat. So we source our Finest beef from trusted British farmers who are committed to the highest standards on their farms.
  • Packaged in a protective atmosphere.
  • Typically 15% fat
  • Tender British beef selected for its rich, full flavour
  • 100% British beef
  • Made from fresh and frozen meat
  • Pack size: 500g

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Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of Aberdeen Angus mince from Aldi for £2.88.
firstofficer27/01/2020 21:57

Great for making pork sausages or burgers..Just mix with pepper, garlick, …Great for making pork sausages or burgers..Just mix with pepper, garlick, parsley, apple cider vinegar and then fry the parties at low heat...I usually make these for my dinner parties... And ppl love themKindest regards


Beef mince is good for pork sausages ?
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its a good deal, personally i find the whole raw mince thats made with both fresh and frozen meat to be off putting
Maccabix27/01/2020 16:58

its a good deal, personally i find the whole raw mince thats made with …its a good deal, personally i find the whole raw mince thats made with both fresh and frozen meat to be off putting


Does it keep fresher for longer?
Akira_Cat27/01/2020 16:59

Does it keep fresher for longer?


I have no idea sorry i just find it weird that "fresh" mince is mixed in with mince that could be months old and then still considered fresh
Maccabix27/01/2020 17:02

I have no idea sorry i just find it weird that "fresh" mince is mixed in …I have no idea sorry i just find it weird that "fresh" mince is mixed in with mince that could be months old and then still considered fresh


Frozen meat could be frozen 2 hours after slaughter.
Although I agree, frozen meat that’s been defrosted isn’t as good as fresh for some reason.
Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of Aberdeen Angus mince from Aldi for £2.88.
Great for making pork sausages or burgers..

Just mix with pepper, garlick, parsley, apple cider vinegar and then fry the parties at low heat...

I usually make these for my dinner parties... And ppl love them

Kindest regards
GW6127/01/2020 22:43

Like most subjects, it depends on the authors viewpoint as to what gets …Like most subjects, it depends on the authors viewpoint as to what gets written.


Maybe time to engage directly with the researchers instead then:39778694-Cx7w1.jpgSource: css.umich.edu/fac…eet

You'll even find in the article you link, once the scientists rather than lobbyists give their view: "The scientific community is also sceptical. A recent paper released by the Food Climate Research Network, “Grazed and Confused”, challenges many of the claims made by the mob-grazing lobby.
The study says fairly definitively that the ability of livestock to offset its own emissions has been overstated and at best techniques like mob-grazing can offset only as much as 20 per cent to 60 per cent of the emissions from animal farming."

As a meat eater myself, I wish it was true, but unfortunately as the saying goes, "if it sounds too good to be true it probably is..."
firstofficer27/01/2020 21:57

Great for making pork sausages or burgers..Just mix with pepper, garlick, …Great for making pork sausages or burgers..Just mix with pepper, garlick, parsley, apple cider vinegar and then fry the parties at low heat...I usually make these for my dinner parties... And ppl love themKindest regards


Beef mince is good for pork sausages ?
monkeyhanger7527/01/2020 18:51

Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of …Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of Aberdeen Angus mince from Aldi for £2.88.


...at the expense of poor quality meat.

The ones from Lidl produce very dry sausages..

Kindest regards
firstofficer28/01/2020 02:18

...at the expense of poor quality meat.The ones from Lidl produce very dry …...at the expense of poor quality meat.The ones from Lidl produce very dry sausages..Kindest regards


I find Aldi meat much better than that from Lidl. If Aldi had a Lidl style mini bakery, I'd never go to Lidl. I have no complaints about Aldi mince vs Tesco, Morissons or even M&S. M&S burgers and sausages are superior, but that's about the seasoning, not the meat itself.

I avoid Tesco as much as I can. With regional pricing, it's as dear as M&S for everything not on national offer - so I'd rather go to M&S.
sparkeeh27/01/2020 23:11

Maybe time to engage directly with the researchers instead then:[Image] …Maybe time to engage directly with the researchers instead then:[Image] Source: http://css.umich.edu/factsheets/carbon-footprint-factsheetYou'll even find in the article you link, once the scientists rather than lobbyists give their view: "The scientific community is also sceptical. A recent paper released by the Food Climate Research Network, “Grazed and Confused”, challenges many of the claims made by the mob-grazing lobby.The study says fairly definitively that the ability of livestock to offset its own emissions has been overstated and at best techniques like mob-grazing can offset only as much as 20 per cent to 60 per cent of the emissions from animal farming."As a meat eater myself, I wish it was true, but unfortunately as the saying goes, "if it sounds too good to be true it probably is..."


I agree that you can't get away from the bare facts, I believe the problem lies with the intensive crop growth that will be required to sustain the growth of veganism. A 2015 UN report stated that 25 to 40 billion tonnes of topsoil are lost annually to erosion, due to ploughing and intensive cropping, just seems to me that meat eaters are often demonised whilst vegans are the saviours of the earth, which is not quite always what it seems. I too am a meat eater (with a vegan daughter!!)
monkeyhanger7527/01/2020 18:51

Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of …Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of Aberdeen Angus mince from Aldi for £2.88.


Good idea. I just love cooking loads of mince.
monkeyhanger7528/01/2020 07:25

I find Aldi meat much better than that from Lidl. If Aldi had a Lidl style …I find Aldi meat much better than that from Lidl. If Aldi had a Lidl style mini bakery, I'd never go to Lidl. I have no complaints about Aldi mince vs Tesco, Morissons or even M&S. M&S burgers and sausages are superior, but that's about the seasoning, not the meat itself.I avoid Tesco as much as I can. With regional pricing, it's as dear as M&S for everything not on national offer - so I'd rather go to M&S.


Yes I too avoid Tesco ever since the horsemeat scandal. Although must admit didn't taste that bad...

Kindest regards
ollie8728/01/2020 13:58

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You're really, really nasty. I'm so hurt. How dare you!!!
JamesStam28/01/2020 14:06

You're really, really nasty. I'm so hurt. How dare you!!!



Not you, the person you were replying to.

Unless... did you forget to sign out of your second account?
Edited by: "ollie87" 28th Jan
ollie8728/01/2020 14:08

Not you, the person you were replying to.Unless... did you forget to sign …Not you, the person you were replying to.Unless... did you forget to sign out of your second account?

! Apologies !
monkeyhanger7527/01/2020 18:51

Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of …Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of Aberdeen Angus mince from Aldi for £2.88.


It's worth it because it's the same meat just returned, washed and repackaged
jakbli28/01/2020 14:11

It's worth it because it's the same meat just returned, washed and …It's worth it because it's the same meat just returned, washed and repackaged


monkeyhanger7527/01/2020 18:51

Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of …Instead of buying 2 (when you only need one), buy a single 500g pack of Aberdeen Angus mince from Aldi for £2.88.


Which is fine assuming you can get to an Aldi store.
sparkeeh27/01/2020 23:11

Maybe time to engage directly with the researchers instead then:[Image] …Maybe time to engage directly with the researchers instead then:[Image] Source: http://css.umich.edu/factsheets/carbon-footprint-factsheetYou'll even find in the article you link, once the scientists rather than lobbyists give their view: "The scientific community is also sceptical. A recent paper released by the Food Climate Research Network, “Grazed and Confused”, challenges many of the claims made by the mob-grazing lobby.The study says fairly definitively that the ability of livestock to offset its own emissions has been overstated and at best techniques like mob-grazing can offset only as much as 20 per cent to 60 per cent of the emissions from animal farming."As a meat eater myself, I wish it was true, but unfortunately as the saying goes, "if it sounds too good to be true it probably is..."


can't believe people are still buying it. So many reasons not too.
monkeyhanger7528/01/2020 07:25

I find Aldi meat much better than that from Lidl. If Aldi had a Lidl style …I find Aldi meat much better than that from Lidl. If Aldi had a Lidl style mini bakery, I'd never go to Lidl.


Agreed, Aldi meat (at least here in Scotland, where it's almost all Scottish beef) tends to be better than Lidl, although Lidl Scottish rib eye steaks are decent enough for a supermarket steak). Lidl still good for quite a few things though, cheese, nuts, some of the fruit and veg, Greek style plain yoghurt etc and also the bakery. Used to live near an Aldi and now live near a Lidl, overall slightly prefer Aldi, but not that much in it. Aldi wine and beer selection is much better than Lidl though!

I find Tesco meat very average and avoid them most of the time, their fruit and veg not great either..
GW6128/01/2020 09:28

I agree that you can't get away from the bare facts, I believe the problem …I agree that you can't get away from the bare facts, I believe the problem lies with the intensive crop growth that will be required to sustain the growth of veganism. A 2015 UN report stated that 25 to 40 billion tonnes of topsoil are lost annually to erosion, due to ploughing and intensive cropping, just seems to me that meat eaters are often demonised whilst vegans are the saviours of the earth, which is not quite always what it seems. I too am a meat eater (with a vegan daughter!!)


It takes far more crops to feed farm animals than humans. Crop use would actually reduce if we all went vegan as we wouldn't be breeding farm animals who eat a large proportion of crops grown world wide.

Simply put most meat eaters cause more crop use than vegans.

news.cornell.edu/sto…eat talks about grain use in USA for livestock.

waterfootprint.org/en/…ts/ talks about water use by livestock vs plant food.

theguardian.com/env…net generic article on the issue.
Edited by: "chelonian000" 28th Jan
Tesco own branded Scots Beef mince is cheaper and only 5% fat. Seems silly to spend more on this
badgerfoxtrotalpha28/01/2020 17:52

Agreed, Aldi meat (at least here in Scotland, where it's almost all …Agreed, Aldi meat (at least here in Scotland, where it's almost all Scottish beef) tends to be better than Lidl, although Lidl Scottish rib eye steaks are decent enough for a supermarket steak). Lidl still good for quite a few things though, cheese, nuts, some of the fruit and veg, Greek style plain yoghurt etc and also the bakery. Used to live near an Aldi and now live near a Lidl, overall slightly prefer Aldi, but not that much in it. Aldi wine and beer selection is much better than Lidl though! I find Tesco meat very average and avoid them most of the time, their fruit and veg not great either..


I have found that 2 packs of chops and other cuts in Tesco tend to hide the poor quality piece of meat under the label. I twice had to return packs to Tesco, who said they wanted the pack returned unused and uncooked. But if you are hungry then it's hard to forego your meal to prove a point. I had a friend who worked packing tomatoes for a supermarket chain who said they were taught to put the over-ripe tomato under the label. Most people won't take back a pack of six if one is a bit dodgy. So beware of pack labels hiding a multitude of sins.
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