Bignose Tue 30-Jan-18 19:32:34
I found some tins of stuffed aubergine very cheaply in a supermarket. I normally love stuffed aubergine, so I bought three to take on a camping trip. Once camping I opened the first. It looked revolting (brown and slimy) but smelled OK and the tin was well in date, so I heated up the contents and served it up with rice. It tasted revolting! We put the rest of the tins aside, and I recently found them in the back of the car boot. Should I donate them to a food bank, knowing the contents are revolting? Some friends say yes, others say I should not inflict them on people who are already suffering. WWYD? Do food banks give recipients a choice of what they take? I'd hate someone to have one of these tins forced upon them.