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Gales Set Honey (227g) £1.00 at Morrisons

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5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago
This is the small jar, reduced from £1.69

I think the runny honey was available at this price too

Having small jars is handy too, they don't take so long to finish if you only have honey on an occasional basis.
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#1
Op, you need to put the retailer and price in the title.
#2
simate
Op, you need to put the retailer and price in the title.


Sorry ! normally I do it right
#3
Still no price in the title lol
#4
simate
Still no price in the title lol

Please just shoot me !
#5
Lol, you got there in the end.
#6
Got some today...hot by me
suspended#7
Good price - FYI Asda have 454g of Gale's Set Honey for £2, same rate but convenient for me as Asda is closer.
#8
I stocked up a couple months ago when they were something like 80p which seemed like a misprice compared to everywhere else. at this price I put it back and will try the budget line!
#9
Cannot beat Rowse; it's fantastic.

I get through Honey very quickly so've reverted to set which is stronger.
Home Bargains have the 340g of both set and standard for £1.60 which is a bargain; was meant to post that deal.
#10
I luv Gales Honey. On my toast, on my rice pudding, in my tea. I just LUV it.
Heat! Great deal. Getting a few jars tomorrow :)
#11
great for when you have sore throats, or colds. hot
#12
stressedman
I stocked up a couple months ago when they were something like 80p which seemed like a misprice compared to everywhere else. at this price I put it back and will try the budget line!

Prob is the budget ones are mere pennies cheaper. The value one at Mr. T recently jumped from 67p to 99p & had in actual fact been on 3 for 2 just a few days earlier (~45p each).

An even longer time back, Asda did the squeezy (340g?) Gales for £1. I got 5, but shoulda got 100, as like Punjab we go through a lot.

I have noticed, mainly on Rowse, that there is a rating - suppose its similar to SPF for sun cream. Would I be right in guessing that 'value' ranges are '1', own brand '2' and Gales generally '3'? If Rowse are usually more - isn't it simply worth buying a more powerful/concentrated one if the price is right? Can't see myself spending £20 on an average sized jar of Honey mind you.

Maybe I can google this - or one of you's can beat me to it...

Rubba Dingi Rapids Bro'
#13
nothing better than some bee puke on toast in the mornings to start the day.

Edited By: godzillafan on Jun 20, 2011 09:57: spelling
#14
hussaifa
stressedman
I stocked up a couple months ago when they were something like 80p which seemed like a misprice compared to everywhere else. at this price I put it back and will try the budget line!


Prob is the budget ones are mere pennies cheaper. The value one at Mr. T recently jumped from 67p to 99p & had in actual fact been on 3 for 2 just a few days earlier (~45p each).

An even longer time back, Asda did the squeezy (340g?) Gales for £1. I got 5, but shoulda got 100, as like Punjab we go through a lot.

I have noticed, mainly on Rowse, that there is a rating - suppose its similar to SPF for sun cream. Would I be right in guessing that 'value' ranges are '1', own brand '2' and Gales generally '3'? If Rowse are usually more - isn't it simply worth buying a more powerful/concentrated one if the price is right? Can't see myself spending £20 on an average sized jar of Honey mind you.

Maybe I can google this - or one of you's can beat me to it...

Rubba Dingi Rapids Bro'

Yeah, Rowse Manuka Honey is 10! Is a very powerful medicinal one; saw one in an Express store for over £10 and it had a security tag! Genuine gold.
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By the way honey doesn't go off.
all you need to do is heat it up and it will be perfectly usuable again.
if your jar of clear starts to set take the lid off and either stick it in a pan of warm water or put it in the microwave and heat it up give it a stir and waya ya go....

A few years agon they actually rehydrated honey that was found in a pharaoh's tomb in egypt and tested it and it was perfectly usuable.....

Great stuff honey
#16
polg
By the way honey doesn't go off.
all you need to do is heat it up and it will be perfectly usuable again.
if your jar of clear starts to set take the lid off and either stick it in a pan of warm water or put it in the microwave and heat it up give it a stir and waya ya go....

A few years agon they actually rehydrated honey that was found in a pharaoh's tomb in egypt and tested it and it was perfectly usuable.....

Great stuff honey

There's a Qur'anic verse dedicated to bees and honey :)
#17
Punjab
polg
By the way honey doesn't go off.
all you need to do is heat it up and it will be perfectly usuable again.
if your jar of clear starts to set take the lid off and either stick it in a pan of warm water or put it in the microwave and heat it up give it a stir and waya ya go....

A few years agon they actually rehydrated honey that was found in a pharaoh's tomb in egypt and tested it and it was perfectly usuable.....

Great stuff honey

There's a Qur'anic verse dedicated to bees and honey :)


Thanx polg & punjab. I know honey is a sunnat food and chapter 16 is dedicated to Bees. I had re-heated in the way described, but would never have imagined keeping it 5,000 years!

I got some of this honey now cheers, though no rating that I can see and neither on an empty 454g I had re-used to store Green Tea leaves (now is that sunnat?). I noted a freephone number on Gales, just called it and it closes at 5pm, so will call and ask them 2moro about honey ratings. The Tesco branded one (not value) is also unrated & cost £1.68 for 454g. Morrissons branded one which is also lying around cost same as Tesco's but does display rating '3'. Quite what this says, I am not sure, but I think I will undergo a bit more research in this area and post back accordingly!

Edited By: hussaifa on Jun 21, 2011 22:18
#18
hussaifa
Punjab
polg
By the way honey doesn't go off.
all you need to do is heat it up and it will be perfectly usuable again.
if your jar of clear starts to set take the lid off and either stick it in a pan of warm water or put it in the microwave and heat it up give it a stir and waya ya go....

A few years agon they actually rehydrated honey that was found in a pharaoh's tomb in egypt and tested it and it was perfectly usuable.....

Great stuff honey

There's a Qur'anic verse dedicated to bees and honey :)


Thanx polg & punjab. I know honey is a sunnat food and chapter 16 is dedicated to Bees. I had re-heated in the way described, but would never have imagined keeping it 5,000 years!

I got some of this honey now cheers, though no rating that I can see and neither on an empty 454g I had re-used to store Green Tea leaves (now is that sunnat?). I noted a freephone number on Gales, just called it and it closes at 5pm, so will call and ask them 2moro about honey ratings. The Tesco branded one (not value) is also unrated & cost £1.68 for 454g. Morrissons branded one which is also lying around cost same as Tesco's but does display rating '3'. Quite what this says, I am not sure, but I think I will undergo a bit more research in this area and post back accordingly!


Rowse take their business seriously and have a detailed explanation here.

Like I say, Home Bargains have the runny/set for "=£1.60 - cheap plug for my thread I suppose - and it's over £3 in supermarkets.

http://www.rowsehoney.co.uk/our-products/

It's all about the flavour strength.

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