12" Freshly baked Sandwich Baguettes only 19p @ Lidl.
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12" Freshly baked Sandwich Baguettes only 19p @ Lidl.

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Found 31st Jul 2016
I'm totally addicted to these! They're usually 25p each but currently they're only 19p which is too cheap in my opinion.

They're very tasty and a cheap way to make a very nice sandwich sub.
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always been at 19p, when fresh ok otherwise they get rubbery
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bobo53

always been at 19p, when fresh ok otherwise they get rubbery



Purchased some yesterday freshly made, tasted delicious!
If left unused for a day or two and they feel abit tough, put them in microwave for literally 7-10 seconds to soften
Its hard to pretend to be a french man when I am not paying a large amount of money for my baguettes
Really like these but be careful - If your Lidl is like ours you see people touching them all the time and putting them back. People seem as though they can't help touching them with their hands - and the children too. Best to get them when they are brought straight out of the oven.
nice find op, heat added
I never buy lidl loose bread or cookies because theyve been pawed by loads of people before you get to them. They would be cleaner if they fell onto the floor and rolled under the cabinet.
Bon appetite !
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there the best
In Lidl in Spain I noticed all the fresh bakery goods were in cage-like displays with only enough room to pass tongs through, grasp the item and then drop through into a bag (hope that made sense!) It was impossible for anyone to handle the items.
I only eat bread from hermetically sealed laboratories staffed by blind virgins (so my bread hasn't been eyeballed).
LJM

In Lidl in Spain I noticed all the fresh bakery goods were in cage-like … In Lidl in Spain I noticed all the fresh bakery goods were in cage-like displays with only enough room to pass tongs through, grasp the item and then drop through into a bag (hope that made sense!) It was impossible for anyone to handle the items.



In Portugal they have a system where all the rolls and so on are behind glass,in the glass is a hole where a pair of fixed tongs are,you have to move the rolls with the tongs to the side where there is a curtain of metal poles which only go one way,so the rolls can be passed out,but hands can't get in.So in simple terms there is no way anyone can touch any of the fresh bakery goods.

Downside is you look like a prat for 5 minutes trying to figure out what you are meant to do,we gave up and waited for someone else to come along so we could watch lol
usual price
Biggunspaul

In Portugal they have a system where all the rolls and so on are behind … In Portugal they have a system where all the rolls and so on are behind glass,in the glass is a hole where a pair of fixed tongs are,you have to move the rolls with the tongs to the side where there is a curtain of metal poles which only go one way,so the rolls can be passed out,but hands can't get in.So in simple terms there is no way anyone can touch any of the fresh bakery goods.Downside is you look like a prat for 5 minutes trying to figure out what you are meant to do,we gave up and waited for someone else to come along so we could watch lol


Yes. That's how it was. I didn't explain it very well at all! Like you, we had to wait to watch someone first.
These are tasty. Last time I bought these I put half of it in the freezer on day of purchase and ate the other half. Came back to the other half another day left it out to defrost for a few hours and it was near to being soft. Still tasted nice.
They freeze well; mw for 15secs; put in oven @80C for 5mins - taste like just out of the oven.
i miss lidl everyday. my local closed down for 6 months for renovations love the bakery
If they're going soft next day, sprinkle with cold water then bung them in a hot oven for 5-10 mins.
Fresh from frozen Dough like all supermarket
What has HUKD come to when the same price this baguette has been at for the last 2 years - 19p - is hailed as some kind of deal or bargain?

True, it was 25p in the dim & distant past - but 19p is the everyday price now.

Whatever next - I guess somebody could do the 4 pint milk thing 89p @ Asda?
Its all got flies on this time of year ERRRRRRRRRRR
adi0604

Fresh from frozen Dough like all supermarket


Actually they're made by a 3rd party manufacturer in a factory. They part-bake the products and then they're blast frozen. They're boxed and sent to storage and then shipped to store. The store will then re-bake them in store from frozen which is how they get the "baked in store" name.
andrsnh

Actually they're made by a 3rd party manufacturer in a factory. They … Actually they're made by a 3rd party manufacturer in a factory. They part-bake the products and then they're blast frozen. They're boxed and sent to storage and then shipped to store. The store will then re-bake them in store from frozen which is how they get the "baked in store" name.



Absolutely same as all frozen food!
I find it very misleading, much prefer to go to our local bakery as I know it is fresh from the scratch.

Recently I bought some non-stick pot from Sainsburys with made in the UK stick on it. Later found the supplier only assembles the handle and pot together in Yorkshire. Actual product is made in China.
Biggunspaul

In Portugal they have a system where all the rolls and so on are behind … In Portugal they have a system where all the rolls and so on are behind glass,in the glass is a hole where a pair of fixed tongs are,you have to move the rolls with the tongs to the side where there is a curtain of metal poles which only go one way,so the rolls can be passed out,but hands can't get in.So in simple terms there is no way anyone can touch any of the fresh bakery goods.Downside is you look like a prat for 5 minutes trying to figure out what you are meant to do,we gave up and waited for someone else to come along so we could watch lol


In Germnany they have this, but a scoop as oppose to tongs.
Cold. They're always 19p but are so dense, they're like bricks.
garygdicker

there the best


Where's the best?
These are always 19p
HUKDDUDE

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=german+lidl+bakery&rlz=1C1DSGQ_enGB492GB492&espv=2&biw=1920&bih=955&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjm1K35h6DOAhVIF8AKHec5AXsQ_AUIBigB#imgrc=GoTUXx25a6m5yM%3A



Yeah that's the one.

The more I think about it the more I think it was a scoop and not tongs.
Biggunspaul

Yeah that's the one.The more I think about it the more I think it was a … Yeah that's the one.The more I think about it the more I think it was a scoop and not tongs.


So much more hygienic than our lidl stores
adi0604

Fresh from frozen Dough like all supermarket



Some supermarkets actually make fresh bread from scratch.
happymanuk

Really like these but be careful - If your Lidl is like ours you see … Really like these but be careful - If your Lidl is like ours you see people touching them all the time and putting them back. People seem as though they can't help touching them with their hands - and the children too. Best to get them when they are brought straight out of the oven.



Once saw a guy in our Lidl take a bite out of one of the bakery doughnuts then put it back oO
They are not nice at all yuck ! !
Banned
I actually think the bakery is great
CuddlesTC

Once saw a guy in our Lidl take a bite out of one of the bakery doughnuts … Once saw a guy in our Lidl take a bite out of one of the bakery doughnuts then put it back oO


And I thought seeing someone drop a loaf of bread on the floor and put it back was bad.
shawty1984

Some supermarkets actually make fresh bread from scratch.


Majority of supermarkets only bake-off in store, the few products they make in store are usually the extremely simple tin breads.
shawty1984

Some supermarkets actually make fresh bread from scratch.



none do that
CuddlesTC

Once saw a guy in our Lidl take a bite out of one of the bakery doughnuts … Once saw a guy in our Lidl take a bite out of one of the bakery doughnuts then put it back oO


Once I saw the lady sneezing as she was putting the bread out of the oven and she had the tissue in the other hand handling the bread with no problems.
a spit or saliva from people with health problems is also good from time to time, it helps for the immune system to get stronger the doctor said. I would have taken that if I were you




Edited by: "neroneuk" 1st Aug 2016
garygdicker

there the best


Where ?
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