Iceland British Mature White Cheddar Cheese (Strength 4) 1Kg Only £4.00 @ Iceland - HotUKDeals
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Iceland British Mature White Cheddar Cheese (Strength 4) 1Kg Only £4.00 @ Iceland

£4.00 @ Iceland
Iceland British Mature White Cheddar Cheese (Strength 4) 1Kg Only £4.00
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Iceland British Mature White Cheddar Cheese (Strength 4) 1Kg Only £4.00
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#1
Just grate what you don't need then freeze it.
1 Like #2
it's actually really nice and flavourful chedder also, much better than some of the wll known brands.

and it actually browns and doesn't split when you have cheesy toast,

Edited By: eset12345 on Nov 01, 2016 03:12
#3
Bargain! Quite strong as well - the Extra Mature I get also has a strength flavour of 4.
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magicalex9
Just grate what you don't need then freeze it.



No need to freeze, just cut it into 4 and cling wrap tightly, put in fridge and it will last OK for months, I have some in my fridge for over a year with no problem. When you need to use some always re-wrap in cling film so as not to let air touch the cheese, you'll have no problems.
#5
soldierboy001
magicalex9
Just grate what you don't need then freeze it.
No need to freeze, just cut it into 4 and cling wrap tightly, put in fridge and it will last OK for months, I have some in my fridge for over a year with no problem. When you need to use some always re-wrap in cling film so as not to let air touch the cheese, you'll have no problems.

How can you leave cheese for a year without needing it? I grate and freeze for easy use later in cooking.
#6
WARNER107
soldierboy001
magicalex9
Just grate what you don't need then freeze it.
No need to freeze, just cut it into 4 and cling wrap tightly, put in fridge and it will last OK for months, I have some in my fridge for over a year with no problem. When you need to use some always re-wrap in cling film so as not to let air touch the cheese, you'll have no problems.
How can you leave cheese for a year without needing it? I grate and freeze for easy use later in cooking.



Because of offers like this I always stock up and have used later offers first, hence my block of Iceland cheese is still at the back of my fridge but I will start to use it soon, it was £2,50 for 750grm at the time reduced because of sell by date.
#7
Sorry, this is cold because it's not a special price at all. This pack of cheese is always £4, I have Iceland a minute away from me, so I'm there almost every day - and it's always at this price.
#8
thanks OP - got one last night
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nadiala
Sorry, this is cold because it's not a special price at all. This pack of cheese is always £4, I have Iceland a minute away from me, so I'm there almost every day - and it's always at this price.

Maybe its NOT a true deal in the sense of the word but I'm letting people know where they can buy GOOD cheese at a decent price. Is that not what this site is about?
#10
rubberbullets
nadiala
Sorry, this is cold because it's not a special price at all. This pack of cheese is always £4, I have Iceland a minute away from me, so I'm there almost every day - and it's always at this price.
Maybe its NOT a true deal in the sense of the word but I'm letting people know where they can buy GOOD cheese at a decent price. Is that not what this site is about?



That's what I keep saying but some people think that a deal is only valid if it is at a lower price than before. They should look up the word "DEAL" in the dictionary.
#11
I used it to make my egg bacon cheese flans but found it to be very oily when baked but it did taste nice

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