12.5kg Unwashed Potatoes £3 @ Morrisons (online and instore)
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12.5kg Unwashed Potatoes £3 @ Morrisons (online and instore)

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LocalFound 13th Feb
Spotted instore but also online - 12.5kg of unwashed potatoes for £3

For mash, microwave, steam, boil, roast and bake

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Edit: Asda also has an instore deal on 12.5kg white potatoes for £2.50 if more convenient - credit @singhisking68

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I guess that's 10kg of spuds and 2.5kg of dirt then
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Hot potatoes, cheers chichi
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Boil em mash em put them in a stew
Chanchi
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I guess that's 10kg of spuds and 2.5kg of dirt then
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Hot potatoes, cheers chichi
Cheers Chanchi
Put this in the washing machine on Daily Wash without soap or conditioner
indianajon25 m ago

I guess that's 10kg of spuds and 2.5kg of dirt then


You guessed wrong
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Washing Tatties has a dramatic effect (decreases) their storage life, so i'll be getting some of these tomorrow. Thanx OP
Just in time, thanks....
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out of interest how long is the Best Before / Use By on such a large bag of spuds? Is it spuds for breakfast, lunch and dinner to get through them before they go off?
Avenger132410 m ago

out of interest how long is the Best Before / Use By on such a large bag …out of interest how long is the Best Before / Use By on such a large bag of spuds? Is it spuds for breakfast, lunch and dinner to get through them before they go off?


Store in a dark cool place so they don't go green. Too warm and they will start to sprout. Tatties are not best before or use by as they don't go off if you store them properly.
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Boil em mash em put them in a stew
Chanchi
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Not that this isn't a good price but didn't they use to do these for 2 quid?
Asda have it cheaper and without the dirt. £2.50 for 12.5 kg
Ooh, not had these in a while. They’ve always been great. Thanks Chanchi
I should inform Mr Chang down my local chippie
Sorry to say but this time you had it bit higher price.... Asda is doing it for months
.... 12.5kg for £2.50
Good deal. Been paying £2 in Tesco for 2.5kg of spuds!
michaeljb7 h, 53 m ago

Not that this isn't a good price but didn't they use to do these for 2 …Not that this isn't a good price but didn't they use to do these for 2 quid?


Yep they did! I said the same when I saw them advertised
Why would you need so many spuds?, to put the cat among the pigeons.... I keep store mine in the fridge (due to space restrictions in the kitchen) !. Although........ Maybe not for much longer advert reading this below.....

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Maybe time to reconsider
Why would they put mud on potatoes ? Surely they are born clean, M&S never have mud on their potatoes, i've never heard of anything so unsavoury
singhisking684 h, 5 m ago

Sorry to say but this time you had it bit higher price.... Asda is doing …Sorry to say but this time you had it bit higher price.... Asda is doing it for months.... 12.5kg for £2.50




Thought that had ended - will add to the OP as good deal if you have an Asda nearby, cheers for the info
Still got some from Xmas in the cold dark cellar
Thats a good price. I pay £6 for a 25kg bag from the farm next door.
I can never understand why they wash potatoes in the supermarket and seal them in plastic, they chit within a week!
Edited by: "nougat" 14th Feb
nougat1 h, 50 m ago

Thats a good price. I pay £6 for a 25kg bag from the farm next door. I can …Thats a good price. I pay £6 for a 25kg bag from the farm next door. I can never understand why they wash potatoes in the supermarket and seal them in plastic, they chit within a week!


To make them look pretty!
Anyway.. I still have loads of potatoes from xmas, I bought 200kg when lidl/aldi was selling them for under 10p a kg and stacked them in cold storage.. still have a months worth of potatoes..
potatoes almost all day everyday...
hotdealsareus12313 h, 28 m ago

Why would you need so many spuds?, to put the cat among the pigeons.... I …Why would you need so many spuds?, to put the cat among the pigeons.... I keep store mine in the fridge (due to space restrictions in the kitchen) !. Although........ Maybe not for much longer advert reading this below..... http://metro.co.uk/2016/03/15/why-you-should-never-store-uncooked-potatoes-in-the-fridge-5753381/Maybe time to reconsider


HOW TO STORE POTATOES
The ideal storage container for maincrop potatoes will exclude the light but at the same time allow moisture to escape. Hessian sacks are probably the best the container for storing potatoes but they do cost. If you can't find anyone who stocks them try clicking The Gardener's Shop.Almost as good are large paper bags, the dull type not the glossy ones. And best of all you can get them free! Take a trip down to your local fish and chip shop and they'll gladly give them away - they have several bags delivered each week and just throw the bags away.

Only store potatoes in good condition. If you store some damaged potatoes, they will all become infected. Any damaged ones can be eaten over the next week or so.

Store in cool conditions but never in the fridge or freezer. If the potatoes are stored too cool they will turn sweet and not store for very long. The best temperatures for storing potatoes are in the range 5°C to 8°C . For the average gardener these "ideal" temperatures are hard to achieve. The basic rule is don't let the temperature drop much below 4°C and keep them as cool as you can above that temperature. A garden shed in the shade is often a good place.

Exclude the light. If light gets to potatoes in storage they will turn green and begin to sprout. This "greening" can often be reversed by placing the potatoes in complete dark for a week or two. The storage bags will exclude some of the light but also store them in a dark position such as a garden shed or a cool cellar.

Inspect the stored potatoes regularly. The best method is to turn the bags out once every month and examine each of the potatoes. Discard any which show signs of deteriorating. Again, in practice the average gardener may not have time to do this. At the very least, open the bags once a month and smell the potatoes immediately. Rotting or diseased potatoes can easily be detected by their odour. Remove a few potatoes from the top of the bag and inspect those below.
Are these the ones they wash then cover in designer dirt again?
singhisking6814th Feb

Sorry to say but this time you had it bit higher price.... Asda is doing …Sorry to say but this time you had it bit higher price.... Asda is doing it for months.... 12.5kg for £2.50


I would rather pay the extra 50p and not throw half away.
Thanks!
A lot of talk about tattie and washing them, I usually get rid of mine down the toilet.
Edited by: "rsg444" 15th Feb
great deal
I got loads from Aldi after crimbo. Sliced into wedges and cooked in batches, took about 3 hours but now I've got tatty wedges for months and months
Not good for a low carb diet
Are these potatoes vegan friendly?
I got some in Morrisons yesterday tea time. I got the last-but-one bag, the last bag was ripped open. Obviously, selling like, um, hot potatoes
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