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Thought this must be a mistake as I have paid over this price for half this amount before. It's sold by an animal feeding specialist with 100% feedback but it's grade A human grade so perfectly fine for cooking. Great for joints (horse or human! lol)
Most ebay sellers looking for £1 for 70g of turmeric.
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eklynne1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago
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wattoman#1
Not bad but it's only £4.49 kg at Tesco on the Asian section
Noj#2
They also have fenugreek, paprika and garlic powder all around the same price
lowrieh1 1 Like #3
As comment 1. Also, catch this at the right time and you can get it half price. Usually only the large 'Extra' stores though - http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=267755112
eklynne#4
wattoman
Not bad but it's only £4.49 kg at Tesco on the Asian section
Ah, great thank you!
Palwan 1 Like #5
Many times 4 for £2 @ Tesco in 100gm pack, much better option.
999mansell#6
Why would anyone want 1kg, how would you use it before it reached it's best before date?
eklynne#7
999mansell
Why would anyone want 1kg, how would you use it before it reached it's best before date?

I use lots in curries (I make batches and freeze). Also, spices keep well if you seal and store them correctly :)
u664541#8
isn't it also meant to keep colds away or assist in ridding them if you have one? mix with milk..... meant to taste horrible though!
ikran3 1 Like #9
Can get it much cheaper at Indian grocery stores if there's one near you! :)
Midjet76#10
Palwan
Many times 4 for £2 @ Tesco in 100gm pack, much better option.
FWIW
If I understand correctly 4 x 100g = £2?
If so then 800g = £4 and 1kg will be £5, so cheaper I grant you but I wouldn't go as far as to say much better.

OP Heat added, my favourite spice seller on ebay Thespiceworks come in at £6 for 400g

Edited By: Midjet76 on Oct 21, 2013 19:11: updated comments
Monkeybumcheeks#11
eklynne
999mansell
Why would anyone want 1kg, how would you use it before it reached it's best before date?

I use lots in curries (I make batches and freeze). Also, spices keep well if you seal and store them correctly :)

You must pump them out on an industrial scale !!
I use a max of four teaspoons in a BIG curry.....saying that, if you have any decent recipies, please feel free to PM them to me :D

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