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Heera Gold Chapatti Flour Medium 10Kg 2 for £5.00 @ Morrisons

£5.00 @ Morrisons
Morrissons ramadan offer Buy 2 for £5 Max 20 per person if ordering online, as much as you can grab if store ;) Read More
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Heat added
#2
summerof76
Heat added
Cheeky ;)
#3
heat!
1 Like #4
lots of Ramadan offers, thanks op
#5
really cheap & great flour
#6
Heat - amazing deal. If only they'd do the same deal with malt for homebrewers.
#7
Heated.... just got them yesterday :D
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Duelling.Duck
Heat - amazing deal. If only they'd do the same deal with malt for homebrewers.

They currently have the cheapest sugar around at 88p for 2kg.
I also recently got two 5kg bags of rice from then at £2 a bag that will be used for a rice wine experiment with the Angel yeast and mold spores that I got off AliExpress.
I don't do AG but I read a recent forum post were people were sourcing crystal malt at £16 - £18 for a 25kg bag.
#9
yup, great deal considering Elephant Atta next to it is £6 for 10kg
#10
my chappatis are never round :(
#11
snowflake75
my chappatis are never round :(
Nor mine - they're getting better but they're still not perfect. And it's not like you can even describe or even know how you're getting better at it.
#12
Baldieman64
Duelling.Duck
Heat - amazing deal. If only they'd do the same deal with malt for homebrewers.
They currently have the cheapest sugar around at 88p for 2kg.
I also recently got two 5kg bags of rice from then at £2 a bag that will be used for a rice wine experiment with the Angel yeast and mold spores that I got off AliExpress.
I don't do AG but I read a recent forum post were people were sourcing crystal malt at £16 - £18 for a 25kg bag.
Cheers, man. Do you know where? I've found pale malt recently for £20 for 25kg but can't remember where.

I've seen the rice brews done with those balls you crack up and it seems like a bit of a lengthy process.
#13
Duelling.Duck
Baldieman64
Duelling.Duck
Heat - amazing deal. If only they'd do the same deal with malt for homebrewers.
They currently have the cheapest sugar around at 88p for 2kg.
I also recently got two 5kg bags of rice from then at £2 a bag that will be used for a rice wine experiment with the Angel yeast and mold spores that I got off AliExpress.
I don't do AG but I read a recent forum post were people were sourcing crystal malt at £16 - £18 for a 25kg bag.
Cheers, man. Do you know where? I've found pale malt recently for £20 for 25kg but can't remember where.
I've seen the rice brews done with those balls you crack up and it seems like a bit of a lengthy process.
It was actually a bit cheaper than I suggested. Here's the thread, why not join up and ask the guys where they're getting their supplies?
http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/showthread.php?p=673944#post673944

Not tried the rice wine yet because my research suggests that it works best when it's properly warm. Never did find a reasonably priced source for the yeast balls but I dropped the guys at Angel an e-mail about their "Rice Leaven" and they confirmed that it is a mold/yeast combination that will convert starch to sugar and sugar to alcohol.

BTW, my chapattis are "islands of the world". Indian girlfriend for 12 years and I still couldn't get them round.
#14
Tesco own brand chapatti flour is often 10kg for £3

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