Dear Heloise: My husband and I like our steaks at different temperatures. It has taken me 54 years to come up with a solution to have two steaks ready at the same time. About an hour before cooking, I put his steak in the freezer. The best budget sausagesThe credit crunch is beginning to bite bank balances, but will our waistlines really benefit from a 2p sausage?00:00, 4 JUN 2008Updated05:34, 4 FEB 2012Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe average family buys 150 sausages a year for around or about 17p per sausage.But now Asda is selling Smart Price Thick Sausages for just 16p for eight, a bargain banger that costs just 2p.But surely a sausage so cheap ends up compromising on quality and is packed with extra fat and salt?Surprisingly, a glance at the ingredients reveals no huge difference between them and many rivals. And they contain fewer calories and less fat and salt major contributors to problems such as obesity and heart disease than many regular sausages.On the downside though, little of your 2p is going on meat, most of this Asda sausage consists of water and rusk. Plus, you’ll find added pork fat and rind usually the bits we throw away!Here’s the lowdown on how these sausages stack up.2p each Asda Smart Price, 8 Thick Sausages, 16p per 454g packPer sausage: 111 cals, 6.3g fat, 2.3g saturates, 0.8g salt.Pork content: 34 per cent12p each Tesco 8 Thick Pork Sausages, 97p per 454g packPer sausage: 113 cals, 6.5g fat, 2.4g saturates, 1g salt.Pork content: 56 per centHow it compares: Similar ingredients to the Asda banger but with more pork.
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