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10kg Bag of Potatoes £2.00 instore at Asda Wembley
10kg Bag of Potatoes £2.00 instore at Asda Wembley

10kg Bag of Potatoes £2.00 instore at Asda Wembley

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Bargain!

Not sure if store specific..

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Heat added,Great buy ,as its all most people will be able to afford to eat this xmas.


Edited by: "solonely" 9th Nov 2010

Good find; Asda tend to do this offer regularly but be warned that the potatoes tend to get mouldy very quickly.

Once you remove the mud do you still have 10kg of spuds?

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mud or spud - still worth the £2

solonely

Heat added,Great buy ,as its all most people will be able to afford to … Heat added,Great buy ,as its all most people will be able to afford to eat this xmas.



Do you work in the public sector? Last Christmas it was those that work in the productive (i.e. private) sector who suffered thusly! :-)

While I'm on, I bought a bag of these spuds, and stone me, but every last one of them looked just like Wayne Rooney, with and without the mud :-)

Ajibee

Do you work in the public sector? Last Christmas it was those that work … Do you work in the public sector? Last Christmas it was those that work in the productive (i.e. private) sector who suffered thusly! :-)While I'm on, I bought a bag of these spuds, and stone me, but every last one of them looked just like Wayne Rooney, with and without the mud :-)



Do you work in the public sector ? No ,but the wife says I do look like Shrek

It was £3 at my local...

singhd06

mud or spud - still worth the £2

I don't know. I could probably get 10kg of mud from my back garden...

Still, factor in the cost of the spade and either way, it probably is worth £2!

Keep them dark and dry, they'll last, ensure you have a good scrubbing brush for them under dripping tap = fraction of the price of washed potatoes.

I'm addicted to slicing, frying for 20mins for homemade crisps

taste much better with mud!!

10kg of potatoes? surely that's enough to feed a small army?

Good price for the supermarket.
We have a few farms near us that sell bags of 25kg for £5/£6.
I prefer the ones from the farm as they last for months, supermarket ones have a habit of going soft/off after only a couple of weeks.
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