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  1. kymsey

    kymsey On a journey !

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    Hi all, going to asda to do some shopping in a bit....... does anyone know which are the best sausages (low fat of course) to but there. Thanks all xxx
     
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    kymsey On a journey !

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    I meant to buy there!!! How thick am I eh? x
     
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    I have only tried the low fat ones in a lime green packet and they were revolting. I think it said 95% fat free.
     
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    I buy the asda eat smart ones at 1 syns each and think they're really tasty.... can't rem if they're in a green packet though!!
    I get the eat smart cumberland ones I think they are.. or poss linconshire, can't rem! Havn't tried the normal eat smart ones though
     
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    I think Asda ones are pap! Just bought some Morrisions ones to try; having them for breaky in the morrow, I'll let you know how they are.
     
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    The Tescos Lighter Choice Cumberland sausages are very nice. Just like 'normal' sausages. 1 syn on red and EE. They do pork ones in the same range but I found them a bit bland.
     
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    Have you tried the bowyers ones? I quite enjoyed them :)
     
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    I haven't been able to find these. Any suggestions?
     
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    Just tried morrisions and they arent great either!
     
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    I like Porkinson sausages, they are the best - but they are around 4 syns per sausage. I do push the boat out occasionally and have one or two and just syn them. Even when you bake them, hardly any fat comes out, when I have cooked Walls ones the same way,they were virtually swimming in fat!
    I have tried the Morrison's low fat sausages, I didn't think they were anything special, will be trying the Tesco lighter choices next time I see them (cumberland) as they have spices in them, guess they are more tasty than just the normal ones!
     
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