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Tinned sprouts £0.29 AT Morrisons
Tinned sprouts £0.29 AT Morrisons

Tinned sprouts £0.29 AT Morrisons

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I never knew they did tinned sprouts, on offer at the moment 29p buy 1 and get 1 free they are 400g tins I haven't tried them yet but I am expecting them to be nice with a cooked dinner

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explosive !!!!:w00t:

I haven't tried them yet but I am expecting them to be nice


You are? Based on what exactly... I would personally expect them to be soggy and taste absolutely horrible :w00t:

Good price though, if you like this sort of thing. Does anyone? :whistling:

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You are? Based on what exactly... I would personally expect them to be … You are? Based on what exactly... I would personally expect them to be soggy and taste absolutely horrible :w00t:Good price though, if you like this sort of thing. Does anyone? :whistling:



definitely this, I bet they are disgusting.

My nightmare...tinned!

I didn't even know you could get them tinned.
Whatever next??

Every Christmas Day lunch I put one
sprout on my plate. I usually leave it.
The thought of tinned ones induces a
feeling of nausea.
Good deal if you like them. You may have
gathered that I don't.

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My nightmare...tinned!



LMAO, sounds absolutely rank, shuddering at the thought of cracking a tinnie of these bd boys open :lol:

love sprouts might just get a tin to try them - lol

even if this is disgusting its a good deal at BOGOF for 29p, people may appreciate this deal so i don't get why this is so cold.
Its about it being a good deal, not if you like it or not.

This is a particularly good deal for pensioners who tend not to buy fresh vegetables because there is a higher chance than they will not be used and therefore be wasted, and they are a group that also need the benefit of vitamins and minerals from vegetables. They also all smell of brussel sprouts.

Tinned veg are at the bottom of the pile (fresh, frozen, tinned) but there is still some nutrishes value in them. I happen to like sprouts and I will try them, so interesting post. Full marks from me.

As to the comment on OSP's: I've just told an old person to buy more frozen food because they are on their own and this way they can portion for one person easily, so no waste. More difficult to portion for one with a tin, though.

I used to buy tinned sprouts to add to a makeshift boxing day fry-up (the taste, texture and colour are exceptional). I have been lucky enough to have Christmas dinner with friends since being widowed and therefore no left overs to keep up the traditional boxing day fry-up. Looking at the dates of these comments I realise why I can no longer purchase the tinned sprouts.
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