Filippo Berio Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive oil - 1L - £3.29 @ B&M (usually £8.50) - HotUKDeals
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Filippo Berio Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive oil - 1L - £3.29 @ B&M (usually £8.50)

£3.29 @ B&M Retail
Excellent price for this! 1L for just £3.29! Usually sells for £8.50 so better than half price. Read More
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Excellent price for this!
1L for just £3.29! Usually sells for £8.50 so better than half price.
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#1
Is this everywhere really need to stock up
#2
good find op, heat added
4 Likes #3
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#4
is it a national deal or store specific? which store any around coventry?
#5
__shopperrr__
is it a national deal or store specific? which store any around coventry?


Only 4 questions?
#6
__shopperrr__
is it a national deal or store specific? which store any around coventry?

Most of the deals i come across at B&M seem to be national, so good chance it will be found it other stores too. I got mine from the Ashton-in-Makerfield store and there were quite a few still left.
#7
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
#8
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.


extra virgin rapeseed oil.
#9
Shame it's not on the other variants. Their cooking and frying oil I get through like water.
#10
philljp
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Is this sung in tune with Da Ying Tong song?
#11
ShaunnyBwoy
Shame it's not on the other variants. Their cooking and frying oil I get through like water.

I usually pick up a few of the 5 litre bottles at Costco when it is on offer- works out about this price.
#12
Jetset1981
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
extra virgin rapeseed oil.
Which you might want to check Lidl for, they do a 500ml for 2 quid (although they have 1l rapeseed standard oil "vegetable oil" for a quid, so, take yer pick)
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Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
Surely you don't need to keep oil in the fridge? We never do and it has not been a problem.
#14
Squeege
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
Surely you don't need to keep oil in the fridge? We never do and it has not been a problem.
No need to put oil in a fridge - it in itself is a preservative. Maybe if you like cold olive oil for some reason.
The cloudiness goes away when you warm the oil up any way.
#15
Who in their right mind would pay £8.50 for a litre of oil ?
#16
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#17
red23
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Call a computer expert you have virgin olive oil stuck on your keyboard.
#18
soldierboy001
Who in their right mind would pay £8.50 for a litre of oil ?
if of an honest real extravergin olive oil even @ £10 would be a bargain
#19
bobo53
soldierboy001
Who in their right mind would pay £8.50 for a litre of oil ?
if of an honest real extravergin olive oil even @ £10 would be a bargain



Then you have a warped sense of values, there are many better dressings than this.
#20
soldierboy001
bobo53
soldierboy001
Who in their right mind would pay £8.50 for a litre of oil ?
if of an honest real extravergin olive oil even @ £10 would be a bargain
Then you have a warped sense of values, there are many better dressings than this.

bertolli is in reality been highly investigated for fraud, just google.UK and really plenty in GOOGLE.IT
Not sure what the situation is now, cannot trust but as a poor ignorant non connoisseur and apart from more or less acidity, I never noticed anything wrong with bertolli, I must say that unfortunately they do it well if I compare it with my brother in law sardinian direct production extra vergin for private comsumption only and cannot spot where the difference is, lol
#21
bobo53
soldierboy001
bobo53
soldierboy001
Who in their right mind would pay £8.50 for a litre of oil ?
if of an honest real extravergin olive oil even @ £10 would be a bargain
Then you have a warped sense of values, there are many better dressings than this.
bertolli is in reality been highly investigated for fraud, just google.UK and really plenty in GOOGLE.IT
Not sure what the situation is now, cannot trust but as a poor ignorant non connoisseur and apart from more or less acidity, I never noticed anything wrong with bertolli, I must say that unfortunately they do it well if I compare it with my brother in law sardinian direct production extra vergin for private comsumption only and cannot spot where the difference is, lol



Just read a few rather interesting articles on Virgin, olive and other oils and it would appear that you are mostly only getting what you pay for and less. Adulteration is rife in the oil industry and one case sited were Bertolli imported 80% of a Spanish towns oil and imported it to Italy and then bottled it and exported it legally as bottled in Italy for 4 times its original cost.
#22
captainbeaky
Squeege
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
Surely you don't need to keep oil in the fridge? We never do and it has not been a problem.
No need to put oil in a fridge - it in itself is a preservative. Maybe if you like cold olive oil for some reason.
The cloudiness goes away when you warm the oil up any way.
Yeah I know, I always have a bowl of red onions in the fridge that I marinate in oil and vinegar - surely they will need to be refrigerated. Or maybe not...mmmm.
#23
Sesame oil You need oils high in polyunsaturated fats rather than monounsaturated fats as the latter go cloudy at low temperatures and the former are more stable at higher temperatures so ideal for frying. Olive oil is higher in monounsaturated fats. .
#24
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.


I replied to you see above or latest comments.
#25
cjabingham
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
I replied to you see above or latest comments.

Nice one - might use a vegetable oil then. Cheers :)
#27
Wolfylee
Anyone know if there is a healthy oil that wont go cloudy in the fridge? I know it doesn't affect quality etc but I've become rather addicted to red onions marinated in red wine vinegar/oil for my salads but find the solidifying of the oil a pain.
If you're marinating red onions in oil and vinegar - may I suggest that they will keep perfectly well at room temperature for at least a month! (and they'll marinate much better too!)
#28
Hot deal, they still have quite a few bottles available at Normanton,West Yorkshire store with a good expiry.
Lovely to drizzle on fresh pasta.

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