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Basmati Rice - 1kg bag - 98p @ Asda

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Asda have their 1 kilo bag of Basmati rice down to 98p just now. I use this a lot and it cooks and tastes great. Good price if you don't want the huge big catering size bags (which I know are on offer elsewhere) but handy if you only want smaller sized bags. Strangely the 2kg bags are £3.17 and 4kg is £6 so its a no brainer with the1kg bag at less than a quid. Online and instore.
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3 Likes #1
I usually buy the bigger bags (you never know when a zombie apocolypse is going to start) but I'll be getting some these. Good spot!
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Q-Tec
I usually buy the bigger bags (you never know when a zombie apocolypse is going to start) but I'll be getting some these. Good spot!

Lol - that's true but tbh I don't think rice is going to stop them, I'd be more inclined to use an axe or something X)
1 Like #3
Q-Tec
I usually buy the bigger bags (you never know when a zombie apocolypse is going to start) but I'll be getting some these. Good spot!


Be very very careful. Just talking may invite trouble.
Darkness may bring misfortune !!!!!
1 Like #4
Ha. Just got my 10Kg delivered this morning.

Good deal anyway. heated.
#5
My wife disowned my the last time we were at the B&Q checkout as I was explaining how a DIY store would be a good place to bunker down in when the zombies attack. It's surrounded by a high fence, secure doors, plenty of tools; besides a nuclear fallout shelter it'd be my first choice.

Well, she did ask what I was thinking about and wouldn't take my stock answer of "nothing" ...
#6
Q-Tec
My wife disowned my the last time we were at the B&Q checkout as I was explaining how a DIY store would be a good place to bunker down in when the zombies attack. It's surrounded by a high fence, secure doors, plenty of tools; besides a nuclear fallout shelter it'd be my first choice.

Well, she did ask what I was thinking about and wouldn't take my stock answer of "nothing" ...

Good thinking - and there's always those vending machines at the doors with juice and sweets to keep you going for a bit. I think about it a lot as well about where to go - been reading tons of zombie books just now since the films have dried up (not a good idea to read last thing at night, especially with just a little light on).
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Q-Tec
My wife disowned my the last time we were at the B&Q checkout as I was explaining how a DIY store would be a good place to bunker down in when the zombies attack. It's surrounded by a high fence, secure doors, plenty of tools; besides a nuclear fallout shelter it'd be my first choice.

That's no way to talk about the staff at B&Q ;)
1 Like #8
Great deal. Must be time to stock up.
Heat added.
#9
How does this compare to frozen rice which you can get for a quid for 4 sachets weight roughly 800g?
4x200g
How many similar sized portions would you get?

Edited By: sedj on Apr 07, 2011 00:02: details
#10
spock1958
Q-Tec
My wife disowned my the last time we were at the B&Q checkout as I was explaining how a DIY store would be a good place to bunker down in when the zombies attack. It's surrounded by a high fence, secure doors, plenty of tools; besides a nuclear fallout shelter it'd be my first choice.

That's no way to talk about the staff at B&Q ;)


You're right! Why not let Vic & Bob do the explaining! 8)...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMf_8afKJJ8
#11
sedj
How does this compare to frozen rice which you can get for a quid for 4 sachets weight roughly 800g?
4x200g
How many similar sized portions would you get?


I'ts probably not Basmati Rice.
1 Like #12
I normally buy large sacks of rice from an Asian supermarket which works out better £ to kg but nevertheless it's a brilliant deal for those who don't need to buy rice in large quantities, heat added
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sedj
How does this compare to frozen rice which you can get for a quid for 4 sachets weight roughly 800g?
4x200g
How many similar sized portions would you get?

5 x 200g = 1kg - so you'd get 5 portions of 200g from this bag.

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