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#1
When they started playing silly buggers with the size (Making one that's 400g for the price of 500g) I defected to Clover. So glad I did, much nicer. BUT that's my opinion.

Heat for the deal! Great price!
#2
http://37.media.tumblr.com/0b9104670d336beea6c1ac51583314c2/tumblr_meoy4ltGCU1qe8ogjo2_500.jpg
#3
Just remember, Marge's closest relative is paint. It is also closely related to plastic.
Horrible stuff to be eating
#4
You can get a further 40p off on shopitize!
#5
I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU DIDN'T PRESS THE CAPS LOCK KEY EARLIER.
#6
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

Edited By: louiselouise on Jun 21, 2014 13:29
#7
peanut butter is far healthier. 95% peanuts content in the Lidl one.
1 Like #8
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

For butter dishes check out your local charity shops, I purchased a beautiful Wedgwood china one for £1.99 immaculate.
#9
Proper butter every time
#10
Henvig
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

For butter dishes check out your local charity shops, I purchased a beautiful Wedgwood china one for £1.99 immaculate.
Got an ugly plastic one out a cheapie £1 shop, was the only option. That's a great tip, I love the elaborate hand-painted butter dishes (whether they'll survive my clumsy motor skills, is another matter) :)
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louiselouise
Henvig
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

For butter dishes check out your local charity shops, I purchased a beautiful Wedgwood china one for £1.99 immaculate.
Got an ugly plastic one out a cheapie £1 shop, was the only option. That's a great tip, I love the elaborate hand-painted butter dishes (whether they'll survive my clumsy motor skills, is another matter) :)

Mmm, I know what you mean....happy hunting.
#12
Not only does this taste as good as butter in my opinion, but it has the huge advantage over butter that it can be spread straight from the fridge.
#13
I can believe its not butter
banned#14
Expensive, £1.50 for a kilo in Sainsburys the other day.
#15
cjabingham
peanut butter is far healthier. 95% peanuts content in the Lidl one.


There is absolutely no butter whatsoever in Peanut butter.
#16
Wow I cannot believe its not higher!
#17
These have been two 500g tubs for a pound at Farmfoods (which is right next door to Lidl in Southend). Not sure if its nationwide?
#18
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

Loads of butter dishes available. Tesco has the most. The Range, BHS, Matalan, ASDA, Tesco etc etc, I could go on. :)


Edited By: Steamy Wee on Jun 22, 2014 10:22: ;)
#19
Steamy Wee
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

Loads of butter dishes available. Tesco has the most. The Range, BHS, Matalan, ASDA, Tesco etc etc, I could go on. :)

I'm in a city centre and it's all smaller versions of supermarkets. I looked in Matalan and all the supermarkets near me, even the obscure market-style shops. You'll just have to take my word for it!
#20
louiselouise
Steamy Wee
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

Loads of butter dishes available. Tesco has the most. The Range, BHS, Matalan, ASDA, Tesco etc etc, I could go on. :)

I'm in a city centre and it's all smaller versions of supermarkets. I looked in Matalan and all the supermarkets near me, even the obscure market-style shops. You'll just have to take my word for it!

http://www.tesco.com/store-locator/uk/?bID=2587
#21
Steamy Wee
louiselouise
Steamy Wee
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

Loads of butter dishes available. Tesco has the most. The Range, BHS, Matalan, ASDA, Tesco etc etc, I could go on. :)

I'm in a city centre and it's all smaller versions of supermarkets. I looked in Matalan and all the supermarkets near me, even the obscure market-style shops. You'll just have to take my word for it!

http://www.tesco.com/store-locator/uk/?bID=2587
Do you get off on being patronising or something? I've lived in this city all my life and know where all the Tescos are within about a ten mile radius. I've been online over a decade and know where to find a Store Locator.

I was wanting to buy one that day and was walking round the city centre, which spans about two miles.

Edited By: louiselouise on Jun 22, 2014 13:46: s
#22
louiselouise
Steamy Wee
louiselouise
Steamy Wee
louiselouise
I'm not sure what the latest "research" is into butter and dairy, don't they now recommend you eat the full-fat stuff instead? When I was growing up it was all low fat substitutes, butter, cream and full-fat milk were the devil. St Ivel Gold (not sure it's still on sale these days) was the spread I bought for years. Pretty ghastly but edible.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2274747/At-truth-Butter-GOOD--margarine-chemical-gunk.html (sorry for the Daily Hate link).

Voted hot as it's a good deal, if you like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?! I hunted for hours for one a few years ago!

Loads of butter dishes available. Tesco has the most. The Range, BHS, Matalan, ASDA, Tesco etc etc, I could go on. :)

I'm in a city centre and it's all smaller versions of supermarkets. I looked in Matalan and all the supermarkets near me, even the obscure market-style shops. You'll just have to take my word for it!

http://www.tesco.com/store-locator/uk/?bID=2587
Do you get off on being patronising or something? I've lived in this city all my life and know where all the Tescos are within about a ten mile radius. I've been online over a decade and know where to find a Store Locator.

I was wanting to buy one that day and was walking round the city centre, which spans about two miles.

Actually I was trying to help you. You said "Do you know how hard it is to find a butter dish in the shops?!"
A 'thank you' wouldn't have gone a miss. Sometimes I wonder why I bother with miserable people like you. It saddens me, it really does :(



Edited By: Steamy Wee on Jun 22, 2014 18:54: :/
#23
It's very hard to tell if someone's getting helpful if they just reply with a very obvious link.
#24
louiselouise
It's very hard to tell if someone's getting helpful if they just reply with a very obvious link.

Sorry you feel that way... I was being helpful and I researched many sites for you, taking time out of my day and gave you links ( The Range, BHS, Matalan, ASDA, Tesco )

Not everyone is out to GET you! lol





Edited By: Steamy Wee on Jun 23, 2014 11:22: .

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