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Rankin Irish Wholewheat Brown Soda Bread (400g) was £1.25 now 62p @ Morrisons (Larger Stores ONLY)

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Rankin Irish Wholewheat Brown Soda Bread (400g) was £1.25 now 62p Rankin Irish Potato Farls 4 Pack (240g) was £1.30 now 65p Irwin's Irish Fruit Loaf (470g) was £1.80 now £1.00
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Rankin Irish Wholewheat Brown Soda Bread (400g) was £1.25 now 62p

Rankin Irish Potato Farls 4 Pack (240g) was £1.30 now 65p

Irwin's Irish Fruit Loaf (470g) was £1.80 now £1.00
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#1
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.
#2
rankins in nice
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bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.
Which? or is it all?
#4
Lovely warmed up with a wee bit of Lurpak butter.
2 Likes #5
bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.

I can categorically state that soda bread toasted or fried is as close to culinary perfection that mankind has yet achieved. I suppose you think jellies eels or eccles cakes are better????
#6
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bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.


You are obviously a troll. Do you work for Aldi or Lidl and are upset that morrisons have taken the lead as cheapest supermarket?
#7
keith4778

I can categorically state that soda bread toasted or fried is as close to culinary perfection that mankind has yet achieved. I suppose you think jellies eels or eccles cakes are better????
We make our own Irish Brown Soda Bread! It's perfect with real butter and a freshly boiled egg .... Nom, nom, nom!
#8
God I despise that man.... just saying.
#9
This is delicious. Matters not if it's cold, hot, fried, toasted, it's lovely.
1 Like #10
Great stuff IMHO. I've had better at independents and posh restaurants but nothing close to this in the major supermarkets.
#11
bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.


I think you have hen brought up with chemical Warburtons!
#12
Nice find op, heat added :)
#13
jase99
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bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.

You are obviously a troll. Do you work for Aldi or Lidl and are upset that morrisons have taken the lead as cheapest supermarket?

Or he just prefers real bread over spongy and tasteless supermarket loaves?
3 Likes #14
Oh the irony ,Northern Irish soda bread posted by someone named rubberbullets (_;)

Edited By: mardavrio on Dec 09, 2014 11:26
#15
Bought it once, wouldn't buy it again.
#16
mardavrio
Oh the irony , Irish soda bread posted by someone named rubberbullets (_;)
May be a 10cc fan
1 Like #17
I am bread
#18
keith4778
bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.
I can categorically state that soda bread toasted or fried is as close to culinary perfection that mankind has yet achieved. I suppose you think jellies eels or eccles cakes are better????

Soda bread is indeed something else toasted and lathered with butter but in this case its wheaten bread and whilst amazing also its not quite up to the same standards.
#19
stereo441
keith4778
bitsylife
sorry to say but they are absolutely tasteless.
I can categorically state that soda bread toasted or fried is as close to culinary perfection that mankind has yet achieved. I suppose you think jellies eels or eccles cakes are better????

Soda bread is indeed something else toasted and lathered with butter but in this case its wheaten bread and whilst amazing also its not quite up to the same standards.

I thought the same thing, until I made it. I used to think of soda bread as the thin white farl, but wheaten bread is actually a close variation on brown soda bread.
#20
Great, I will have to get some in for my Dad who cannot eat
#21
Its all about the Soda Farls instead. Reduced as well, can't beat them with a good fry up :)
#22
anna12
Great, I will have to get some in for my Dad who cannot eat

To tease him? Bit mean...
#23
Rom
anna12
Great, I will have to get some in for my Dad who cannot eat

To tease him? Bit mean...

LOL - Darn keyboard playing up and deleted the word "yeast". Made me smile though!
#24
anna12
Rom
anna12
Great, I will have to get some in for my Dad who cannot eat

To tease him? Bit mean...

LOL - Darn keyboard playing up and deleted the word "yeast". Made me smile though!

Good ;)
#25
mardavrio
Oh the irony ,Northern Irish soda bread posted by someone named rubberbullets (_;)

And sold by a company with no shops in said country.

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