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    Default Zabiha Halah frozen food at Walmart

    I've tried 3 of their selections and am very impressed.

    The chicken burgers and stuffed pastries were very tasty. The latter is a variety pack with cheese/spinach, chicken sausage, sweet potato/goat cheese, and buffalo chicken.

    The beef burgers aren't of course the same quality as something like 5 guys, but unlike most frozen burgers, they don't taste like old diseased cow anus.

    The prices are great as well. Chicken burgers come out to $1 a piece, and the beef burgers $1.25. Puffed pastries are an incredible $5 for 40 pastries.

    Give 'em a whirl.

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    I am so very glad I have never had the opportunity to eat old diseased cow anus, in fact how does one even obtain such a thing to try? Maybe that's what those suspected alien cut up cow incidents really are - Seth1968 on the loose in the dark of night obtaining those very unique cuts of beef.
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    Default Re: Zabiha Halah frozen food at Walmart

    Originally posted by Seth1968
    I've tried 3 of their selections and am very impressed.

    The chicken burgers and stuffed pastries were very tasty. The latter is a variety pack with cheese/spinach, chicken sausage, sweet potato/goat cheese, and buffalo chicken.

    The beef burgers aren't of course the same quality as something like 5 guys, but unlike most frozen burgers, they don't taste like old diseased cow anus.

    The prices are great as well. Chicken burgers come out to $1 a piece, and the beef burgers $1.25. Puffed pastries are an incredible $5 for 40 pastries.

    Give 'em a whirl.
    Didn't know they had pastries, Im a big fan of their hot dogs though!

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    Originally posted by speedog
    I am so very glad I have never had the opportunity to eat old diseased cow anus, in fact how does one even obtain such a thing to try?
    When I wrote that colorful description, I forgot to put "in before..." a proverbial lame reply like yours.

    Originally posted by G-ZUS


    Didn't know they had pastries, Im a big fan of their hot dogs though!
    Well, they call them "Hors d'oeuvre", but I didn't write that, as the French language is fucking annoying.

    I didn't know they had hot dogs. Thanks!

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    What brand are these burgers? Is it Walmarts own brand?

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    Originally posted by turbotrip
    What brand are these burgers? Is it Walmarts own brand?
    Maple Lodge "Zabiha Halal"

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    Just curious, but why do non-Muslims choose to pay extra and buy Halal meat? I always thought it was just Muslims buying it.

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    Originally posted by turbotrip
    Just curious, but why do non-Muslims choose to pay extra and buy Halal meat? I always thought it was just Muslims buying it.
    I buy it because it often has the clearance stickers on it since no one else is buying

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    I just went to Walmart and the regular price of the pastries is $3. For some reason, I thought they were around $4 or $5. Even if they were at that price though, it's a bargain for the quality and amount you get, and a steal for $3. I bought 8 boxes

    I also tried their pizza. Um, no, don't buy it.

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    ^ He needs some pizza making pointers though

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    Originally posted by turbotrip
    Just curious, but why do non-Muslims choose to pay extra and buy Halal meat? I always thought it was just Muslims buying it.
    I used to work at a halal butcher shop as a kid and we often had non-muslim customers. Some said it was due to the meat being much less bloody, and the fact that most halal meats are natural and grain fed. I personally didn't expect there to be a difference in taste at all until I tried both

    Another thing is that halal meat can actually end up being quite a bit cheaper when it comes to specialty meats. Things like chops, steaks, sirloin are all marked up with incredibly high profit margins in places like Safeway, whereas the demand for them isn't as great at halal butcher stops so their profits are more moderate. At least that's how it is in the states, I'm assuming it would be the same case here

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    Originally posted by EK 2.0
    ALLAH HU-AKBAR
    You mean ALLAH SNACKBAR?
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    Originally posted by HiTempguy1


    You mean ALLAH SNACKBAR?




    HAHAHA WERRRRRD.
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    Originally posted by HiTempguy1


    You mean ALLAH SNACKBAR?

    Originally posted by EK 2.0






    HAHAHA WERRRRRD.
    I don't get it

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    I've had halal and non-halal chicken gizzards and honestly, I can't tell the difference. They both taste the same to me. Only thing I see is halal is a bit more expensive, but both look the same shit.
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    Originally posted by turbotrip
    Just curious, but why do non-Muslims choose to pay extra and buy Halal meat? I always thought it was just Muslims buying it.
    i see that brand priced lower than non halal brands
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    Originally posted by thetransporter


    i see that brand priced lower than non halal brands
    This.

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    I used to think Halal was some form of healthier alternative but I was not pleased to find that it's called Halal because of the method of slaughter and it being blessed by the Allah god. The Halal slaughter is a cruel one where they slit the throat while the animal feels the pain while the blood slowly drains out.

    If you're a non-Muslim eating Halal, know that this meat blessed by their god. It is a God that hates Kafirs/infidels. Kafirs are the most derogatory thing Muslims call someone, and are no more than animals worthy of death. The majority of the Quran is about Kafirs, the worst of creation and Allah hates kafirs and plots against them. Kafirs can be tortured, murdered, robbed, raped and enslaved which is what is happening around the world today and is being more and more a problem in western Europe with Muslim mass migration. Since learning more about the truth of Islam, I am quite horrified so I no longer support going to any place that sells and advertise Halal meats like Villa Madina or any other such shawarma/kebab donair place. I know I am not putting my money that will go to mosques, Islamic schools or to funding terrorism. I know that I am not supporting an evil ideology financially when it is intolerant and commands violence against us infidels.

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