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Laila 10kg long grain basmati rice was £16.98 now £8.50 (85p per kilogram) at Asda

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Laila 10kg long grain basmati rice was £16.98 now £8.50 (85p per kilogram) at Asda in stores Read More
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Laila 10kg long grain basmati rice was £16.98 now £8.50 (85p per kilogram) at Asda in stores
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oh god my favourite rice ever!!!!
1 Like #2
Is asda open today?
2 Likes #3
None left in Chorley, I bought the lot, I hope the car's rear shocks survive the trip home
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Jiwani80
Is asda open today?


Nope, it's Easter Sunday. wlWill be open tomorrow
#5
good deal. thanks :D
1 Like #6
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
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sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
You're full of brown rice
#9
zizzles
None left in Chorley, I bought the lot, I hope the car's rear shocks survive the trip home


I guess no point in me making the trip to check the stock then. Thanks mate! lol
#10
sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
Lol
1 Like #11
sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
Another idiotic sam of london comment.Yes sam because everyone is going to rush out and buy a bag and eat it all by itself. Yum yum a bucket full of plain boiled rice. add a slice of bread and a glass of whine to really boost those GI's.
I would be more worried of the plastic rice

Edited By: nougat on Apr 17, 2017 08:46
#12
nougat
sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
Another idiotic sam of london comment.Yes sam because everyone is going to rush out and buy a bag and eat it all by itself. Yum yum a bucket full of plain boiled rice. add a slice of bread and a glass of whine to really boost those GI's.
I would be more worried of the plastic rice


Half the country already has these lifestyle diseases thanks to people like you. All NHS resources are wasted on them.
#13
sam_of_london
nougat
sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
Another idiotic sam of london comment.Yes sam because everyone is going to rush out and buy a bag and eat it all by itself. Yum yum a bucket full of plain boiled rice. add a slice of bread and a glass of whine to really boost those GI's.
I would be more worried of the plastic rice
Half the country already has these lifestyle diseases thanks to people like you. All NHS resources are wasted on them.
Tbf, your comment was ridiculous
1 Like #14
Probably my favourite brand of rice, thanks!
#15
chocci
sam_of_london
nougat
sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.
Another idiotic sam of london comment.Yes sam because everyone is going to rush out and buy a bag and eat it all by itself. Yum yum a bucket full of plain boiled rice. add a slice of bread and a glass of whine to really boost those GI's.
I would be more worried of the plastic rice
Half the country already has these lifestyle diseases thanks to people like you. All NHS resources are wasted on them.
Tbf, your comment was ridiculous
They always are.
#16
sam_of_london
White rice is full of high glycemic index carbohydrates. Eat brown rice or Quinoa if you don't want diabetes.

I have seen people in Asia eat White Rice on daily basis. Are they all suffering diabetes ??

I think you are reading too many rubbish articles about health without using a common sense
A lot of health articles out there are written by a unknown scientists, doctors who wanted to be well known from controversy.



Edited By: pantaiema on Apr 19, 2017 07:39: typo

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