- What food product would you not buy based on "class?"
Some foods are just proper skeggy aren’t they?
Mechanically retrieved chicken arses shaped as something and breaded.
I can’t believe people buy those 4 bird dinners from Aldi. At best it’s gonna be a duck / precinct pigeon* / starling / sparrow.
*the ones that smoke and eat chips.Posted 6 years agostumpy01Member
+1 for what’s wrong with Faggots?? Delicious.
I used to buy frozen mince at uni because it was a) cheap & b) convenient. Not sure it was any worse than unfrozen mince to be honest.
Oh, and I love a bit of tinned chicken in white sauce if I am in a hurry. Not too keen on the way it fwooomps out of the tin, but once warmed up, it’s lovely.
Oh, and Stagg Chilli….mmmmmmmm.
Hmmmm, I must be well erm, ‘skeggy’.Posted 6 years agohilldodgerMember
Anything whose preparation instructions start with “remove from cardboard wrap and pierce film in several places”
Anything labelled with a “fictional farm name” to try and make it sound “homely and good”
Anything that comes “crumb coated”
Plus anything from a growing list of food processing/supply companies that I refuse to patronise (on the basis of their manufacturing & supply procedures)
other than that, it’s all good………Posted 6 years ago
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