1kg homepride self raising flour only 88p @ sainsburys
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1kg homepride self raising flour only 88p @ sainsburys

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Found 19th Oct 2012
1kg homepride self raising flour only 88p @ sainsburys cheapest i have seen in a while. online and instore
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This is 12p cheaper than Asda's normal price of a £1 and the Plain version is 99p which is 1p cheaper (Not Voted)
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so its 12% cheaper than asda price when it is at £1 and 22% cheaper than tescos

Edited by: "X20VEV" 19th Oct 2012
Ace deal, thanks for sharing OP, We use a lot of flour so this will be made use of! ..appreciated!
It's 80p in Morrisons if you have one nearby.....
What is the difference between this and the Basics flour? Apart from the basics having fewer ingredients and being 52p for 1.5kg...?
RosieWoo

What is the difference between this and the Basics flour? Apart from the … What is the difference between this and the Basics flour? Apart from the basics having fewer ingredients and being 52p for 1.5kg...?



No difference at all. Much like the Aldi and Lidl flour at the same price. The only difference is the gullibility of the people who think they're getting a better product by buying a 'brand'.
Newbold

No difference at all. Much like the Aldi and Lidl flour at the same … No difference at all. Much like the Aldi and Lidl flour at the same price. The only difference is the gullibility of the people who think they're getting a better product by buying a 'brand'.



I must say the Lidl Bread flour is excellent I did a bread bake off with this and 5 or 6 other bread flours (including expensive Canadian summer wheat at >£3.50 a bag) the Lidl bread flour was excellent.
Are all the self raising flour brand or not brand bake and taste the same?
Ive always used be-ro to bake, dont know why maybe my mums used it so ive just carried on from that .
ramsey786786

Are all the self raising flour brand or not brand bake and taste the … Are all the self raising flour brand or not brand bake and taste the same?Ive always used be-ro to bake, dont know why maybe my mums used it so ive just carried on from that .



In essence, yes. Very little difference for basic flours. Flour is flour, really - not a lot you can do to change it.
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ramsey786786

Are all the self raising flour brand or not brand bake and taste the … Are all the self raising flour brand or not brand bake and taste the same?Ive always used be-ro to bake, dont know why maybe my mums used it so ive just carried on from that .



While a lot of flour is hard to tell from other "brands" there is little variation in SR and normal white flour as they are produced and blended to a standard. Some folk believe that brand X is better than brand Y. If you are not sure buy some brands and compare. For cakes, panacakes, york puds, waffles etc it is hard to see any difference. Careful storage, sifting and handling of flour makes more of a difference in my opinion.

Even the double zero fine flour for pasta, is hard in my opinion to tell from the economy plain flour when considering home made pastas.

Bread flour I have found different as I found some brands to no cut it. If you look at the ingredients some have added vitamin C that helps the yeast. Other than this and the gluten content there is not much difference in the "brands"
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