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Frozen berries, 300g for £1.49 at Heron foods

£1.49 @ Heron Foods
I got the 300g fruits of the forest, but they also had raspberries. According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, they're as good as fresh, cheaper, and with no waste :) Read More
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I got the 300g fruits of the forest, but they also had raspberries. According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, they're as good as fresh, cheaper, and with no waste :)
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#1
Sorry, got no idea why photos are spontaneously rotating?
1 Like #2
Nice find op, heat added :)
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Lidl have the Black Forest Kilo bags this week. £2.29 a bag.
#4
Cenobite
Lidl have the Black Forest Kilo bags this week. £2.29 a bag.


Ooh, the XXL week? Thanks. Do you know what berries are in them?
1 Like #5
Redcurrants, blackcurrants, raspberries, blueberries & blackberries.

They also have the bags of raspberries & strawberries. I prefer the Black Forest mix for a morning smoothie :)
#6
Cenobite
Redcurrants, blackcurrants, raspberries, blueberries & blackberries.

They also have the bags of raspberries & strawberries. I prefer the Black Forest mix for a morning smoothie :)


Thanks :) how do you find the bags? I'm asking as daughter got some in a bag onceover, they went into one solid lump in the freezer and had to be used all in one go. Think they were Sainsbury's. I did like the fact that these Heron ones were in a clear tub, and were individually frozen. I did post a pic, but it was replaced.
#7
£1 in FarmFoods
#8
TheMan_Aman
£1 in FarmFoods


These are individually frozen and are in tubs, and are 300g. The tubs are clear so you can see exactly what you're getting.
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juggler1
Cenobite
Redcurrants, blackcurrants, raspberries, blueberries & blackberries.
They also have the bags of raspberries & strawberries. I prefer the Black Forest mix for a morning smoothie :)
Thanks :) how do you find the bags? I'm asking as daughter got some in a bag onceover, they went into one solid lump in the freezer and had to be used all in one go. Think they were Sainsbury's. I did like the fact that these Heron ones were in a clear tub, and were individually frozen. I did post a pic, but it was replaced.

I've been using them & Tesco bags for a couple of years, & had no issues. I'm guessing if you're leaving them for a while or the temp isn't right, then they could freeze into a ball. They do break apart. It's more of an issue if you let them thaw, then freeze again. All turns a little mushy. Still fine if they're going in a smoothie though.
#10
any one got any Greek yogurt smoothie recipes they want to share?
2 Likes #11
check hedge rows, berries cost zilch
Plums are ready too
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Free in our hedge!
#13
Lidl, 1kilo £2.29
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juggler1
TheMan_Aman
£1 in FarmFoods


These are individually frozen and are in tubs, and are 300g. The tubs are clear so you can see exactly what you're getting.


Fair enough, FarmFoods ones aren't individually frozen but they are in clear packing
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TheMan_Aman
juggler1
TheMan_Aman
£1 in FarmFoods


These are individually frozen and are in tubs, and are 300g. The tubs are clear so you can see exactly what you're getting.


Fair enough, FarmFoods ones aren't individually frozen but they are in clear packing


Am gonna give the lidl ones a try. They sound good value. Will pick some up tomorrow :)
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According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.

Shut up Greg!
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howiepaul
According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.

Shut up Greg!


Sorry... But they're absolutely right :) I cook loads of curries, and they're all basically the same- cooked down fried onions and zapped tinned toms with spices ( Asian grocers) and meat. :)
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juggler1
TheMan_Aman
juggler1
TheMan_Aman
£1 in FarmFoods
These are individually frozen and are in tubs, and are 300g. The tubs are clear so you can see exactly what you're getting.
Fair enough, FarmFoods ones aren't individually frozen but they are in clear packing
Am gonna give the lidl ones a try. They sound good value. Will pick some up tomorrow :)
Yes Juggler, they have Raspberries, mixed, and strawberries, They are good, hope you like them, Thanks for Posting
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Nice find
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juggler1
howiepaul
According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.

Shut up Greg!


Sorry... But they're absolutely right :) I cook loads of curries, and they're all basically the same- cooked down fried onions and zapped tinned toms with spices ( Asian grocers) and meat. :)


no they're not! the point of having takeaway is because you can't be bothered, not because anyone ever believes it saves them money!

what you talking about onions...
#21
howiepaul
juggler1
howiepaul
According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.

Shut up Greg!


Sorry... But they're absolutely right :) I cook loads of curries, and they're all basically the same- cooked down fried onions and zapped tinned toms with spices ( Asian grocers) and meat. :)


no they're not! the point of having takeaway is because you can't be bothered, not because anyone ever believes it saves them money!

what you talking about onions...


Haha :) I can literally make it whilst I'm buzzing around the kitchen doing other jobs though. Ohhh, I bet you could make one in the time you're waiting for a take away to arrive? Maybe? :P
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juggler1
howiepaul
juggler1
howiepaul
According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.

Shut up Greg!


Sorry... But they're absolutely right :) I cook loads of curries, and they're all basically the same- cooked down fried onions and zapped tinned toms with spices ( Asian grocers) and meat. :)


no they're not! the point of having takeaway is because you can't be bothered, not because anyone ever believes it saves them money!

what you talking about onions...


Haha :) I can literally make it whilst I'm buzzing around the kitchen doing other jobs though. Ohhh, I bet you could make one in the time you're waiting for a take away to arrive? Maybe? :P


maybe. or I could lie on the sofa and look at the ceiling and let someone else do it for me
#23
juggler1
howiepaul
According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.
Shut up Greg!
Sorry... But they're absolutely right :) I cook loads of curries, and they're all basically the same- cooked down fried onions and zapped tinned toms with spices ( Asian grocers) and meat. :)
I'd love to try your spicy gravy! ;) ;P
#24
howiepaul
juggler1
howiepaul
According to that 'eat well for less' bbc programme, you should never get a takeaway and always make a curry instead 'because its cheaper'.

Shut up Greg!

Sorry... But they're absolutely right :) I cook loads of curries, and they're all basically the same- cooked down fried onions and zapped tinned toms with spices ( Asian grocers) and meat. :)

no they're not! the point of having takeaway is because you can't be bothered, not because anyone ever believes it saves them money!

what you talking about onions...

I'm very lazy and hate cooking, I also hate takeaways, which is probably an unusual mix, I just never trust them to be clean. And they are deer. Much prefer Indian ready meals.
#25
Cenobite
Lidl have the Black Forest Kilo bags this week. £2.29 a bag.


The lidl bags are 500g or 750g, for £2.29, depending on type of berries. Lidl price label says 1kg for £4.580
#26
Cenobite
Lidl have the Black Forest Kilo bags this week. £2.29 a bag.


Thank you berry much!
:D
#27
dealomatic
Cenobite
Lidl have the Black Forest Kilo bags this week. £2.29 a bag.


Thank you berry much!
:D


They're £2.29 for either 500g or 750g. Not a kilo, I was in there today.

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