Valley Spire Family Pack of Mature Cheddar (830g) was £3.79 now £1.99 (£2.40 a Kilo) @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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Valley Spire Family Pack of Mature Cheddar (830g) was £3.79 now £1.99 (£2.40 a Kilo) @ Lidl

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This deal starts on Saturday 22nd April and ends on Sunday 23rd April Valley Spire Family Pack of Mature Cheddar (830g) was £3.79 now £1.99 (£2.40 a Kilo) (There will be a limit of the number of… Read More
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This deal starts on Saturday 22nd April and ends on Sunday 23rd April

Valley Spire Family Pack of Mature Cheddar (830g) was £3.79 now £1.99 (£2.40 a Kilo)

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#1
thanks bullet im very interested at that price.have some heat 8)
#2
Excellent price
4 Likes #3
I've had this cheese before, it's really tasty :3

Edited By: joanne10 on Apr 18, 2017 19:37
#4
Hot deal
#6
I'll be on the doorstep to stock up but it is limited to five per person
1 Like #7
Yet people will still pay £2 for a 350g cathedral city,thinking they've got a deal
#8
psychobitchfromhell
I'll be on the doorstep to stock up but it is limited to five per person

Thought it was six?
#9
psychobitchfromhell
I'll be on the doorstep to stock up but it is limited to five per person
Go in twice. X)
#10
Can you freeze cheese? oO
#11
Horrible rubber cheese
#12
dereklogan7
Can you freeze cheese? oO
Maybe no good for slicing (but the mature is a bit crumbly anyhow), but fine to grate and freeze. Then use it on pasta dishes etc. The commercially grated stuff tends to have a bit of potato flour to stop it sticking but not needed for freezing.
#13
Gkains
dereklogan7
Can you freeze cheese? oO
Maybe no good for slicing (but the mature is a bit crumbly anyhow), but fine to grate and freeze. Then use it on pasta dishes etc. The commercially grated stuff tends to have a bit of potato flour to stop it sticking but not needed for freezing.
Thank you. :)
1 Like #14
And HIGHLIGHTED in #10 X)

I don't think that andreocean needs any "help" with his deal posts oO
Or should we start posting them all individually? :p
#15
dereklogan7
psychobitchfromhell
I'll be on the doorstep to stock up but it is limited to five per person
Go in twice. X)
Three shops near me. Will be grating and freezing
#16
dereklogan7
Can you freeze cheese? oO
Yes you can. A big slab like this would need to be cut into quarters or thirds first. May be a bit crumbly when defrosted but fine for using in cooking.
#17
Heat added. Thanks OP, great price and lovely cheese.:)
#18
chimp14uk
Horrible rubber cheese
When I've tried this I've found it just as good as the more expensive brands.
3 Likes #19
dereklogan7
Can you freeze cheese? oO
Why bother! just mature it more in your fridge. If it gets any mould on it scrape it off. we used to when I worked at a dairy. It shouldn't go mouldy if it is sealed though. You can freeze it but it does alter the texture slightly to a more crumbly cheese. We used to fill the stilton pots for Christmas using all the broken stiltons or rejects that had been frozen thoughout the year then defrosted to pack into the pots and then frozen again.
#20
HantsShopper
chimp14uk
Horrible rubber cheese
When I've tried this I've found it just as good as the more expensive brands.


I think it is actually made by Wykes, or the last time I purchased it some time ago, I recall it saying it on the back.
#21
Good price, but in my experience always need to factor in a long wait at checkout when visiting Lidl...! :-)
#22
Cheese is good - great for large families who will use it quickly. Last time I bought this size I found it went slimmy & white round the edges after I resealed bag.
#23
Rickardo
HantsShopper
chimp14uk
Horrible rubber cheese
When I've tried this I've found it just as good as the more expensive brands.
I think it is actually made by Wykes, or the last time I purchased it some time ago, I recall it saying it on the back.
Even the manufacturer prefers to remain unknown, all dairy goods can be traced by their EC label which you can look up online. For instance the Lidl Camembert is made by the President factory. Or that the feta in Lidl and Aldi is from the same supplier. Of course it is possible that with something like matured cheddar that the manufacturer would have different grades for their own brand and what they produce for supermarkets.
#24
Sarah7
Good price, but in my experience always need to factor in a long wait at checkout when visiting Lidl...! :-)
Yawn.
1 Like #25
nougat
dereklogan7
Can you freeze cheese? oO
Why bother! just mature it more in your fridge. If it gets any mould on it scrape it off. we used to when I worked at a dairy. It shouldn't go mouldy if it is sealed though. You can freeze it but it does alter the texture slightly to a more crumbly cheese. We used to fill the stilton pots for Christmas using all the broken stiltons or rejects that had been frozen thoughout the year then defrosted to pack into the pots and then frozen again.
Think I'll make a big pot of mac'n'cheese and freeze portions. Cheers. :)
#26
Sarah7
Good price, but in my experience always need to factor in a long wait at checkout when visiting Lidl...! :-)


Not at my new local, with self service checkouts. I always find that the queues look worse than they are anyhow.
#27
chimp14uk
Horrible rubber cheese
nothing to do with a creative design agency?
#28
chimp14uk
Horrible rubber cheese

Complete nonsense . Excellent, tasty cheese produced by Dale Farm of Cookstown Co Tyrone . Bought a couple of bricks when Lidl did it at the end of January
#29
psychobitchfromhell
I'll be on the doorstep to stock up but it is limited to five per person
do Lidl stores have doorsteps? seems like an odd architectural choice.
[helper]#30
Rickardo
Sarah7
Good price, but in my experience always need to factor in a long wait at checkout when visiting Lidl...! :-)
Not at my new local, with self service checkouts. I always find that the queues look worse than they are anyhow.

The deal is only on this coming Saturday and Sunday 22 / 23rd April so of course they won't have any on display.
#31
powerbrick
psychobitchfromhell
I'll be on the doorstep to stock up but it is limited to five per person
do Lidl stores have doorsteps? seems like an odd architectural choice.
Need something to sit on when waiting for it to open. Threshold is nowhere near as comfy.
#32
rubberbullets
Rickardo
Sarah7
Good price, but in my experience always need to factor in a long wait at checkout when visiting Lidl...! :-)
Not at my new local, with self service checkouts. I always find that the queues look worse than they are anyhow.

The deal is only on this coming Saturday and Sunday 22 / 23rd April so of course they won't have any on display.


I was replying to the comment about long queues, not the availability of the cheese.
#33
6 per customer. Same with their cat food!
#34
Went in today to look for this, couldn't see any sign of it, then realised this was for Lidl, not Aldi. I always get them mixed up - the only difference is an L and a D. Stupid names for shops.:-P
#35
chimp14uk
Horrible rubber cheese

Did you buy some last time it was available ? You're a mug buyer it is top quality Northern Ireland produced cheese

Edited By: ansonuk on Apr 22, 2017 16:34
#36
mastersmithson
6 per customer. Same with their cat food!
Bought 10 packs today, decent date on as well, Aug 2017
#37
Oh really? We were stuck to 6! Tho with cheese they only had 18 packs!!
#38
mastersmithson
Oh really? We were stuck to 6! Tho with cheese they only had 18 packs!!
When i bought them i asked first if there was any limit on how many i could buy, they said 10 would be fine. They did have 4 boxes full on the shelf though. Maybe it would be a limit of 6 if they didn't have much in stock
#39
To be fair i got told off for the cat food! Had loads of that haha. Though i went to another lidl that opened an hour later....

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