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obewan

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obewan says:

Tesco's Burgers

I've just had lunch in the local Tesco's cafe.

THe lovely waitress asked if I'd like anything on the Burger

I said "yeah, a fiver each way"

 

I also hear their meatballs are the dogs bollocks

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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

Sorry obewan

You were beaten to it, in a BIG way lol

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obewan

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obewan says:

Stealth

I was a tad surprised no posts but the title of the thread wasn't obvious.

cheers chap

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Yeah but

what's the problem with eating horse meat ? OK there may be a problem with any meat coming from Eastern Europe in as much it my be contaminated in some way but, the crafty feckers who made 'value' burgers for Tesco KNEW they were feeding in a percentage of meat that wasn't beef, so what ? just be honest and say so I'm sure a lot of folk would just chomp on it and not be bothered I wouldn't be. There's Kangaroo, wild boar, Ostrich et al on sale and folk are buying and eating it so why not horse ? when it's dead it's meat --- simples !

Frikadels --- some are Dutch some are German, I've eaten plenty of both and it was always said the round (Dutch) ones were horse meat either way I'm not fussed we get ours from either Lidl or Mendoza's Lidl do the German long ones and Mendoza's do the round Dutch ones and we prefer the round ones --- you'll get neigh argument from us for or against.

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preunit

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preunit says:

I too...

don't mind eating my Lidl pony burgers, my "beef" with this is, that the burgers were passed off/labeled as beef burgers and not multi-animal burgers :mad:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

I see that unit

dishonesty in not declaring what was really in the product, if they can be dishonest about contents what else could they be dishonest about, who know wtf we've eaten in our time :wacko:

When you think back to the BSE thing and animal feed for vegitarian animals containing animal remains wtf HAVE we eaten ???

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

I'm not sure

that the purchasers of Tesco Value burgers give a flying fook about what's in them. It must have come as a bit of a surprise that they contained so much meat!

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Yep

29% is high for a 'value' burger :lol::lol::lol:

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

I'd have thought

double figures would be pushing it

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

PMSL

a bit of a surprise that they contained so much meat!

Excellent :lol:



Vulc - find the right butcher and you can buy horse meat in Spain.  It is very high in iron, so is good for you.

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Did you know

that you can find tapeworms in beef ? it's found in the skirt and cheeks of the animal. I learned that from a TA RAF Regiment gunner who was by proffesion the deputy area  health officer for  Penwith in Cornwall. I had an interesting day out with him prior to leaving the RAF with a view to going into public health. He took me to an abbatoir and showed me beef carcasses in quarantine with cancers --- YUK ! and gave me the lowdown on what you can get from bad beef, he was a vegatarian ! funny old thing :upset:

Tradtional Cornish pasties, made with beef and guess which cuts they use ? yep Skirt and cheek :upset: happy pasty munching !!!

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