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I can't believe it's so Good! Original or Light Spread (1Kg) was £1.95 now £1.50 @ Asda

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#1
I can't believe people still eat this garbage. Are we still in the 1980s? Keyboard warriors...Go! ;)
#2
am i missing something here ? or has it changed its name ? still pants what ever its called.
#3
Why has the OP changed the name of this filth?
#4
Unbelievablely I used to eat this stuff. I cringe at the thought of eating it.

Nowadays, I just eat butter. It's better on so many levels.....
1 Like #5
qwerta369
Why has the OP changed the name of this filth?


The OP hasn't changed anything- the product has been relaunched with this equally ridiculous new name.
#6
omair
qwerta369
Why has the OP changed the name of this filth?
The OP hasn't changed anything- the product has been relaunched with this equally ridiculous new name.

Christ on a bike.
1 Like #7
qwerta369
omair
qwerta369
Why has the OP changed the name of this filth?
The OP hasn't changed anything- the product has been relaunched with this equally ridiculous new name.

Christ on a bike.


http://grobelaar.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/christonabike02.jpg
Hot Sauce
1 Like #8
omair
qwerta369
Why has the OP changed the name of this filth?


The OP hasn't changed anything- the product has been relaunched with this equally ridiculous new name.


That seems totally implausible. I can't believe it's not I can't believe it's not butter.
#9
I can't believe it's so bad for you.... and still they can sell this stuff........ zombie food oO
1 Like #10
I can't believe how many fools have voted this cold. It's the best DEAL for this product. If you want to vote on if it's a nice or bad product go to imdeterminedtomoan.co.uk
One solution to unfair cold voting would be if OPs only post stuff that 100% of members like.


Edited By: jdbigguy on Feb 10, 2017 09:01
#11
sJohnson23
omair
qwerta369
Why has the OP changed the name of this filth?
The OP hasn't changed anything- the product has been relaunched with this equally ridiculous new name.
That seems totally implausible. I can't believe it's not I can't believe it's not butter.
http://www.slicedesign.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/i-cant-believe-its-so-good-range.jpg
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4142698/I-t-Believe-s-Not-Butter-new-name.html
#12
cburns
I can't believe it's so bad for you.... and still they can sell this stuff........ zombie food oO
Why? Is it any different to any other margerine?

Ingredients

Vegetable Oils in varying proportions (59%) (Rapeseed, Palm, Sunflower) , Water , Buttermilk (4%) , Salt (1.5%) , Emulsifiers (Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids, Sunflower Lecithin) , Preservative (Potassium Sorbate) , Acid (Citric Acid) , Flavourings , Vitamin A and D , Colour (Carotenes) .

Edited By: chocci on Feb 13, 2017 07:26
#13
Chemical processed foods or zombie foods.... which includes the chemical refining process of the ingedients before being combined into the food product....

https://authoritynutrition.com/are-vegetable-and-seed-oils-bad/
#14
cburns
Chemical processed foods or zombie foods.... which includes the chemical refining process of the ingedients before being combined into the food product.... https://authoritynutrition.com/are-vegetable-and-seed-oils-bad/
Hmm - interesting read although it doesnt offer any alternatives for sandwich spreads. I generally use olive oil anyway for frying.

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