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Morrisons Tiger Bread 800g on Offer @ 75p

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Morrisons Tiger Bread 800g on Offer @ 75p
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6 Likes #1
To be clear, this is completely vegetarian and contains no parts of any tiger.
1 Like #2
My Friend Brought one of these Tiger Bread in 2012, It ate him
1 Like #3
As flat as a pancake, they've never seen yeast!
1 Like #4
Grrrrrrreat
1 Like #5
Great if bought from an ex-Safeway store, as Morrisons continue to use the Safeway recipe. Awful if bought from an original Morrisons.
1 Like #6
Shouldn't it be giraffe bread? Oh wait, it's not grown enough.
1 Like #7
Can't beat a good tiger bread. Amazing flavour.
2 Likes #8
Tiger bread for only 75P

Are they lion cheetahs?
#9
As a side note, if you buy this online from them it comes slightly underdone with a note to oven cook for 7 mins to finish it off. Smells and tastes amazing.
#10
qwerta369
To be clear, this is completely vegetarian and contains no parts of any tiger.

That's right it don't taste like Tiger Bread any more :|
#11
Don't buy any of their ready to eat peppercorn beef slices!
1 Like #12
A "Roaring" Deal :)
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#13
Synkrox
As a side note, if you buy this online from them it comes slightly underdone with a note to oven cook for 7 mins to finish it off. Smells and tastes amazing.

That's interesting, as like most of their in-store baked supposed-to-be crusty bread, it often isn't crusty. By baking it again at home, you will have crusty bread but because its twice baked, (just like any part-baked or twice-baked bread you buy), it won't be very nice to eat the next day, so its best to eat it on the same day you re-bake it. For example, Lidl's bread/rolls are part-baked when delivered to the store and they re-bake instore. And you can buy pre-packed part-baked rolls etc. to re-bake at home e.g. Home Bargains do 2 baguettes/4 rolls part-baked for 39p while the same usually cost 45/50p a pack in other outlets.

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