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Morrisons The Best Goose Fat 200g Was £2 Now 50p

£0.50 @ Morrisons
The very best in quality & taste. Rich and flavour-packed, for perfectly crispy, golden roast potatoes. Perfect for crispy, golden roast potatoes. Offer valid until 08/01/2017. Read More
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The very best in quality & taste. Rich and flavour-packed, for perfectly crispy, golden roast potatoes.
Perfect for crispy, golden roast potatoes.

Offer valid until 08/01/2017.
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Also handy for cross channel swim attempts.
#2
I was at university with a boy who would eat this on crumpets...

Great with roasted.
#3
M_z
Also handy for cross channel swim attempts.


Bit difficult to carry though.
#4
M_z
Also handy for cross channel swim attempts.


I take 'husky' geese much less effort
#5
I think it was a Food Unwrapped, or a similar program, where they did a test on which fat makes the best / crispiest roasties. Vegetable oil (/rapeseed oil) actually came out as the winner.

Probably wouldn't last long on a cross-channel swim, though, if that's what everyone's buying these for... :{

Edited By: Crapweasel on Dec 31, 2016 09:51
1 Like #6
Perfect on potatoes to make the best roasties ever!
#7
Used this for roast potatoes on Christmas day. Really does make a difference, much crisper and nicer.
#8
Hot !
1 Like #9
Sounds like a goose chase to me :{
#10
goldfishtrad
Used this for roast potatoes on Christmas day. Really does make a difference, much crisper and nicer.
Heat and ordered, just 358 days to go till I use this
1 Like #11
Crapweasel
I think it was a Food Unwrapped, or a similar program, where they did a test on which fat makes the best / crispiest roasties. Vegetable oil (/rapeseed oil) actually came out as the winner.
Probably wouldn't last long on a cross-channel swim, though, if that's what everyone's buying these for... :{

It's weird to think that rapeseed oil was actually used for machinery.
#12
smallbutnice
Sounds like a goose chase to me :{

Im gonna have to "like" your comment above, even though its cheesy.
#13
sweetpea10
Crapweasel
I think it was a Food Unwrapped, or a similar program, where they did a test on which fat makes the best / crispiest roasties. Vegetable oil (/rapeseed oil) actually came out as the winner.
Probably wouldn't last long on a cross-channel swim, though, if that's what everyone's buying these for... :{
It's weird to think that rapeseed oil was actually used for machinery.
That does seem weird. Interesting fact, though! You'd have thought there'd be issues with it going rancid over time - perhaps it did, but I guess this must have been used for machinery in the times before synthetic oils, perhaps.
#14
finnmaccool
M_z
Also handy for cross channel swim attempts.
Bit difficult to carry though.
That's what you call food on the go! Dunno where you'd put the roasties tho' :).
#15
Use by is: December 2017. Get a couple in the cupboards for next Christmas.
#16
The looks the same as the Tesco finest one which is 2 for £3! I'm off to Morrisons ;)
#17
Cant beat Lard, best roasties period.
#18
Also this price in my local too

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