1KG of Turmeric spice £5.49 via valleyviewanimalfeed @ ebay
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1KG of Turmeric spice £5.49 via valleyviewanimalfeed @ ebay

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Found 21st Oct 2013
Thought this must be a mistake as I have paid over this price for half this amount before. It's sold by an animal feeding specialist with 100% feedback but it's grade A human grade so perfectly fine for cooking. Great for joints (horse or human! lol)
Most ebay sellers looking for £1 for 70g of turmeric.

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Not bad but it's only £4.49 kg at Tesco on the Asian section

They also have fenugreek, paprika and garlic powder all around the same price

As comment 1. Also, catch this at the right time and you can get it half price. Usually only the large 'Extra' stores though - tesco.com/gro…112

Original Poster

wattoman

Not bad but it's only £4.49 kg at Tesco on the Asian section


Ah, great thank you!

Many times 4 for £2 @ Tesco in 100gm pack, much better option.

Why would anyone want 1kg, how would you use it before it reached it's best before date?

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999mansell

Why would anyone want 1kg, how would you use it before it reached it's … Why would anyone want 1kg, how would you use it before it reached it's best before date?


I use lots in curries (I make batches and freeze). Also, spices keep well if you seal and store them correctly

isn't it also meant to keep colds away or assist in ridding them if you have one? mix with milk..... meant to taste horrible though!

Can get it much cheaper at Indian grocery stores if there's one near you!

Palwan

Many times 4 for £2 @ Tesco in 100gm pack, much better option.


FWIW
If I understand correctly 4 x 100g = £2?
If so then 800g = £4 and 1kg will be £5, so cheaper I grant you but I wouldn't go as far as to say much better.

OP Heat added, my favourite spice seller on ebay Thespiceworks come in at £6 for 400g
Edited by: "Midjet76" 21st Oct 2013

eklynne

I use lots in curries (I make batches and freeze). Also, spices keep … I use lots in curries (I make batches and freeze). Also, spices keep well if you seal and store them correctly



You must pump them out on an industrial scale !!
I use a max of four teaspoons in a BIG curry.....saying that, if you have any decent recipies, please feel free to PM them to me
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