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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Hi,

Does anyone know the best place to buy a cheap potato pealer? I live in Southampton.

Asda ones are about £2.50 each. Seems abit of a waste as 10kg of potatoes just cost me 30p.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Hey fellow southamptoner, how about the pound shop or tesco at home?

Where did you get the cheap spuds?
#2
2.50 for a potato peeler is perfectly reasonable, assuming the average cost of potato peelers is something around 3 or 4 quid.

Your comparison with the price of potatoes is nonsensical.

Yours logically.
#3
Use a knife
#4
I think I paid 44p for my potato peeler - from Asda or Wilkinsons
#5
Is there an Ikea near you? They are normally pretty cheap for kitchen stuff and usually good quality too!
#6
Just paid 37p for a can opener from Wilkos, so would imagine their potato peelers are pretty cheap too!! :thumbsup:
#7
ooh yeah, ikea! we have one of those now!
#8
Thanks for the advice. Will save me some time. There is a massive ikea that's just opened but I forgot about wilkinsons.

I bought the cheap spuds from asda a couple of days ago. They were reduced.
#9
£0.99 and available in Southampton http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/30060323

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#10
Cheers.

Now the dilemma of what to do with the potatoes beyond peeling them. Mashed potato anyone?
#11
You could always pin them together with those ribbed wooden dowel things that you get with flatpack furniture.

Perhaps this could be a good way of constructing a very cheap conservatory.
#12
When I was a lad lol, we always used to buy a 20kg sack of potatoes. Used to last forever. So few people seem to do it these days. Would be nice if this encouraged people to economise. 20kg of potatoes for a family lasts for ages.
#13
sotomonkey
When I was a lad lol, we always used to buy a 20kg sack of potatoes. Used to last forever. So few people seem to do it these days. Would be nice if this encouraged people to economise. 20kg of potatoes for a family lasts for ages.


Really? Whenever I buy spuds they spout in a week, what am I doing wrong?!
#14
Keep them in a cool, dark place and make sure you take them straight out of the polythene bag as these are th main reason.Newspaper in a cardboard box is good, under the sink or in the shed.
#15
^ yes, the poly bag encourages sweating which encourages sprouting. Somewhere dry with paper is good. Rather like wicking sweat away by wearing cotton clothing.

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