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Fresh Strawberries for a QUID @ morrisons £1.00

£1.00 @ Morrisons
MMMmmmmmmmmmmmm fetch me the cream ;-) 227g were £2
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7y, 2w agoFound 7 years, 2 weeks ago
MMMmmmmmmmmmmmm fetch me the cream ;-)



227g were £2
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#1
yumyum
#2
strawberries so early, mmm, going to get some
#3
spsmith1965;7742771
strawberries so early


I think they import them from the Southern Hemisphere during winter.
#4
Bought some of these on Tuesday. They're ok if you like your strawberries hard and fibrosy.
#5
nahhhhhhhhh sugar!
#6
carbon footprint!
#7
why are they hard is it the time of year do they go soft was gona buy sone for the kids 2 morro but ifthey are to hard ?
#8
Usually fashioned from balsa wood at this time of the year. Some things really are still seasonal - decent British strawberries for example.

I guess it's the varieties and/or the artificial growing conditions they use but most strawberries are a real disappointment out of season. They look OK but the taste and texture just isn't worth it, even at £1.

To misquote from bicycle threads: these are strawberry shaped objects - will put you off the real thing.

Love to be told these are an exception though!
#9
I bought some they were slightly green but still very sweet yum yum
#10
wiz
carbon footprint!


No one bothers when there's a profit to be made.

Once again tasteless foreign produce been air freighted in from god knows where.

Look at all the peppers/tomatoes etc that are grown in Holland........Lovely shape,but taste of nothing.
#11
Bought these yesterday, haven't eaten yet. Good deal!
#12
I almost bought these the other day but when I flipped the pack over, I counted that there were only seven in there, one of which was going mouldy.
#13
Besford
Some things really are still seasonal - decent British strawberries for example.


agreed. I'll pass on this!

Hopefully the strawberry plants I planted in March last year have developed decent roots for a good crop this year.
#14
We've had wild strawberries plant themselves in our garden - tiny and not many of them but they taste fabulous (and I'm not a great strawberry fan).
#15
UnclePotter
No one bothers when there's a profit to be made.

Once again tasteless foreign produce been air freighted in from god knows where.

Look at all the peppers/tomatoes etc that are grown in Holland........Lovely shape,but taste of nothing.

Grown in 'hydroponics' (no soil) under artificial light in big greenhouses. I'd rate the peppers ahead of the strawberries though. For a large part of the UK population Holland is nearer than much of the UK too.

Asparagus from Peru is one of the sillier ones around at the moment.

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