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Seriously Strong Mature and Extra Mature Cheddar Cheese 500g at Home Bargains £1.99

£1.99 @ Home Bargains
Had to look twice when I found this as I've paid £2 for the 350g pack before and that's when it's on offer. So, in Home Bargains they are selling 500g packs of Seriously Strong mature and extra mature… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Had to look twice when I found this as I've paid £2 for the 350g pack before and that's when it's on offer. So, in Home Bargains they are selling 500g packs of Seriously Strong mature and extra mature cheddar cheese for just £1.99!!! It is not long dated - the ones I bought were the middle of November 2016. But it's a great price for this amount of cheese!
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1 Like #1
Always have heat for cheese.

Who cares about the date? I had some (sealed) in the fridge for a year... just as good as new.

Edited By: alanbeenthere on Oct 03, 2016 13:28
#2
alanbeenthere
Always have heat for cheese.
Who cares about the date? I had some (sealed) in the fridge for a year... just as good as new.

It won't bother us either!! And we get through loads of cheese anyway so will be lucky to still be around much past it's best before date!
4 Likes #3
Thanks :)

http://i.imgur.com/gEBNfgm.gif
1 Like #4
nice cheese but a bit on the crumbly side
1 Like #5
£1.89 at Farmfoods
#6
drharishgarg
£1.89 at Farmfoods
For the 500g pack? I wouldn't know cuz they've just closed our local store, much to my disgust!!
1 Like #7
Some make of cheese is always £2 around the supermarkets !
1 Like #8
dc100
Some make of cheese is always £2 around the supermarkets !
Yes it's around £2 in supermarkets but that is usually for the 350g pack, not the larger 500g pack
#9
brenandlaura
drharishgarg
£1.89 at Farmfoods
For the 500g pack? I wouldn't know cuz they've just closed our local store, much to my disgust!!


Yes it was for £1.89 last week at Wolverhampton Farmfoods, but not sure about this week
#10
dc100
Some make of cheese is always £2 around the supermarkets !


Not for 500g
4 Likes #11
This isnt' THAT strong, it can still be cut with a knife.
1 Like #12
Not very strong cheese at all - seriously bland unless you buy vintage or special reserve, both of which are strong and tasty. The company's name is seriously misleading.
1 Like #13
Thank you :D
deservers a lot more heat imo
1 Like #14
This stuff is next level strong.. Tastes amazing on pizza. I've also had it in sandwiches and it tastes hardcore. Can also be used as lasagne topping and on jackets.

Have some warmth..

I'll get my coat..
1 Like #15
Extra Mature or stronger, I like a cheese that has a bit of Taste, none of that bland tasteless stuff.
Thanks OP
#16
mrcoxexcel
Not very strong cheese at all - seriously bland unless you buy vintage or special reserve, both of which are strong and tasty. The company's name is seriously misleading.

Very much agree, but that's marketing for you. Always take with a pinch. Honesty is a concept alien to them.
1 Like #17
Cheesemane seal of approval. Hot.

One of the best generally available cheeses (disregarding more specialist stuff)
#18
At least its not Gary
#19
alanbeenthere
Always have heat for cheese.
Who cares about the date? I had some (sealed) in the fridge for a year... just as good as new.



Yes sell by dates for cheese are no to be taken seriously so long as it's kept sealed or if you get big blocks and ( 1KG ) and cut it into smaller blocks for easier storage/use and rap it tight in cling film it will stay OK for months in the fridge or pantry, just don't let it get to warm. Dairy producers age the maturity for up to 18 months wrapped in its protective shell.
#20
mrcoxexcel
Not very strong cheese at all - seriously bland unless you buy vintage or special reserve, both of which are strong and tasty. The company's name is seriously misleading.



If you eat cheese straight out of the fridge some of it's strength will be lost, best to let it stand for about half an hour.
#21
soldierboy001
mrcoxexcel
Not very strong cheese at all - seriously bland unless you buy vintage or special reserve, both of which are strong and tasty. The company's name is seriously misleading.
If you eat cheese straight out of the fridge some of it's strength will be lost, best to let it stand for about half an hour.

Or even a few days ..

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