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Lea & Perrins 290ml Worcester Sauce £1.00 instore @ Poundstretcher

£1.00 @ Poundstretcher
£1 for this is even better than their usual price of £1.49 - which is pretty competitive. Most supermarkets sell at c.£2.60. Use loads of this. Great for adding to casseroles, cottage pies etc as w… Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
£1 for this is even better than their usual price of £1.49 - which is pretty competitive. Most supermarkets sell at c.£2.60.

Use loads of this. Great for adding to casseroles, cottage pies etc as well as splashing over your meal.

A classic British staple, Lea & Perrins Worcester Sauce has been wowing the nation since the 1800's - so we love giving you this best-seller at an amazing low price! Made with their super secret recipe, this tangy sauce is perfect for adding to your dishes from cheese on toast to even frying a steak!

Not suitable for vegetarians.
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1 Like #1
Not cheap when consider £15 for a litre of vodka and a splash of tomato juice to go with it.

Cheers op, great find.
#2
Unless you drink this stuff, beware of short expiry date.
#3
dewonderful
Unless you drink this stuff, beware of short expiry date.
Lasts for ages.
#4
HantsShopper
dewonderful
Unless you drink this stuff, beware of short expiry date.
Lasts for ages.
So does a strong fart, but that doesn't change the expiry date on a bottle of this.
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dewonderful
Unless you drink this stuff, beware of short expiry date.
This is one of those products that don't really 'go off'
1 Like #6
It's usually safe to ignore "best before" dates by a large margin. "Use by" dates are the ones you mess with at your peril.

(Some Belgian brewers, on being told they had to put a best before date on their labels, shrugged and put one 20 years into the future. I can confirm that Boon Old Kriek is still excellent after 10!)

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