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MASSIVE 1kg Tiger Loaf only £1.00 instore at Tesco for red nose day!

£1.00 @ Tesco
nice bread too! about a foot and a half long and 30cm wide Read More
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nice bread too! about a foot and a half long and 30cm wide
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#1
Tesco tiger bread is nowhere near as nice as asda tiger bread
#2
Adidas Addict
Tesco tiger bread is nowhere near as nice as asda tiger bread


Or Morrisons leopard bread ;-)
#3
Agree and still only 2 for £1 for the smaller ones which I prefer
#4
Asda that is
#5
This is the normal price for the 1kg tiger loaves at the weekend at Tesco
#6
Red nose day was two days ago.
Is this bread also two days old? :w00t:
#7
Jumpingphil
Red nose day was two days ago.
Is this bread also two days old? :w00t:


Knowing tesco bakery yes, all their 'fresh' bread always seems stale to me.
#8
massive?? the normal one is 800 GR so 1kg is not that massive.
#9
Adidas Addict
Tesco tiger bread is nowhere near as nice as asda tiger bread


Wouldn't know about that, but Tescos is better than Sainsburys, rock hard cobblers!
#10
Terrible bread, full of water and doughy and sticks to your mouth.

Total Junk.

D.
#11
I did'nt even know tigers ate bread!
#12
dapunk
Terrible bread, full of water and doughy and sticks to your mouth.

Total Junk.

D.


LOL! Isn't ALL bread doughy? :w00t:
#13
It's actually illegal to sell 1kg loaves of bread (thats if they are, as i havent seen them) you can only sell bread in multiples of 400g (if its over 300g) therefore you get 400g, 800g and 1200g etc...and NOT 1000g as it is not a "prescribed weight" interesting one if they do it regularly, Tesco do like to push the boundries alot.
#14
Trickyjabs
LOL! Isn't ALL bread doughy? :w00t:


Yes it's all dough before the proving and baking turn it into a lighter texture. Bread that doesn't rise much during proving feels and tastes much closer to the dough that it starts off from. Well risen bread with plenty of yeast bubbles in it is less doughy.

Personally I think bread is nicer without sesame oil but great if this is what you like.
#15
EricOlthwaite
It's actually illegal to sell 1kg loaves of bread (thats if they are, as i havent seen them) you can only sell bread in multiples of 400g (if its over 300g) therefore you get 400g, 800g and 1200g etc...and NOT 1000g as it is not a "prescribed weight" interesting one if they do it regularly, Tesco do like to push the boundries alot.


I'm curious ( Nosey ) where do you get this info from?
#16
Its not illegal anymore, although the new deregulation doesnt officially kick in until April, trading standards are not enforcing the old law anymore.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/3081008/Bread-rules-abandoned-after-750-years.html

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