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Cheap Butter - Anchor Butter 250g reduced from £1.21 to 50p
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Daz1016y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
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Katiem#1
:thumbsup:Hot
guitargaz#2
Has anyone else noticed the amount of fat and salt TV chefs use? It's a wonder they aren't dead by 40!
tracyanne1#3
Will stock up as their own brand is 84p!!!

Voted hot
Lisa-Marie Abanned#4
good deal, off to tesco in a bit to do my shopping, will make a note and get that one instead

thanks x
Monkeybumcheeks#5
fancy stuff.
paul.henshall2@n#6
Bargain,

Hot!! :)
MAIA#7
:thumbsup:Cheapest butter I've seen. Hot!
loopie#8
Will butter freeze ok? Then I could buy a few to last over xmas
Casalguidi#9
Cheapest butter I've seen for a long time!
k13 wjd#10
yes, butter will freeze ok.


I'll be buying at least 1.5kg of this stuff........what with xmas coming....i make lots of cakes, and my own mince pies...pastrys etc....
celticbull2008#11
loopie
Will butter freeze ok? Then I could buy a few to last over xmas


Nice Question

No problem whatsoever - butter freezes fine, I have done it for years because a standard pack is far more than I use before it goes off so I always freeze half of it. The only pitfall I can think of is that you need to get it out of the freezer well before you need it. Defrosting a lump of butter quickly is really difficult! :whistling:

Teken from moneysavingexpert Forum..

BUY BUY BUY, FREEZE FREEZE FREEZE
or, Just leave outside yar house, as its feken freezin the now lol
libertysurf#12
loopie
Will butter freeze ok? Then I could buy a few to last over xmas


yes, i do it all the time. :thumbsup:

good offer - ta :thumbsup:
dicester#13
Thanks. Handy if you are too embarrassed to send off for the personal lube in that other deal.
k13 wjd#14
ha ha ha.....

Little tip from Mr Chef......before freezing, cut your block into 5 peices......anchor used to have 4 cut marks on the back of the packet..........otherwise, a good guess will do - then, cut small peices of greaseproof paper, and put a peice inbetween the slices.......then freeze......2 ideas here.

Firstly, it doesnt take long to defrost small pieces ( if your cooking with it, nuke it in the micro)

Secondly.......most recipes call for either 50g or 100g portions of butter........250g/5 = 50g !!!!


Who'd have thought i could make a block of butter so damned complicated !
Ms Adam#15
Very Hot!
Daniel_Saeed#16
Hot - will do nicely for the 'pharanta' and daal curry!
MANJ_007#17
my mom will be well happy - Indian cooking uses loads of butter!!
M1LFHunter#18
Thanks, but got 8 blocks of Lurpak last week! Anchor is free range grass fed, where as Lurpak is grain fed stuff, I much prefer Lurpak
M1LFHunter#19
dicester;3645183
Thanks. Handy if you are too embarrassed to send off for the personal lube in that other deal.


You use lube for cooking? :-D
k13 wjd#20
ha ha ha

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