2 x Lurpak Spreadable Softest 500g tubs - £3 @ Fulton Foods
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2 x Lurpak Spreadable Softest 500g tubs - £3 @ Fulton Foods

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aberpud11 m ago

Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday …Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday aren’t you?!


"Best Before" can be used after this date & if more people did then we wouldn't have so much food waste
aberpud1 h, 44 m ago

So should we vote hot on this deal to ensure that people don’t waste this b …So should we vote hot on this deal to ensure that people don’t waste this butter with a short shelf life at jack Fulton?I think best before with dairy is a pretty key. I’m not making my butties for work with out of date butter, moral obligation or not.


If the best before was pretty key then it would be a "use by" date to inform you it must be used by that date, best before is simply informing you exactly that, it's at its best before that date but could potentially be OK for a long time after so just use your eyes and nose!
Edited by: "col11" 12th Aug
aberpud2 h, 59 m ago

I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh s …I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh stuff. What do you do with frozen butter. If you bought it today. Froze it. Defrosted it. Surely it’s still only got 3 days life?


Freeze it in an ice cube tray so it's portioned. Then just defrost when needed or if doing mash throw it in frozen..
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Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday aren’t you?!
aberpud1 m ago

Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday …Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday aren’t you?!


Can be used for more than toast
Snakeyes6461 m ago

Can be used for more than toast


Or Frozen
Snakeyes6462 m ago

Can be used for more than toast


Agreed but for the general butter buyer 4 days probably will be a wasted purchase
Headingley_Lad6 m ago

Or Frozen


I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh stuff. What do you do with frozen butter. If you bought it today. Froze it. Defrosted it. Surely it’s still only got 3 days life?
aberpud11 m ago

Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday …Going to need lots of butter on your toast to use 2 of these by Thursday aren’t you?!


"Best Before" can be used after this date & if more people did then we wouldn't have so much food waste
aberpud7 m ago

I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh s …I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh stuff. What do you do with frozen butter. If you bought it today. Froze it. Defrosted it. Surely it’s still only got 3 days life?


Link
col115 m ago

"Best Before" can be used after this date & if more people did then we …"Best Before" can be used after this date & if more people did then we wouldn't have so much food waste


So should we vote hot on this deal to ensure that people don’t waste this butter with a short shelf life at jack Fulton?

I think best before with dairy is a pretty key. I’m not making my butties for work with out of date butter, moral obligation or not.
Headingley_Lad4 m ago

Link


Love it! So turns out you can grate your frozen butter and save it for baking season. Did you buy any?
So is this spread a proper butter? Sorry but I have never used it.
dizzylol1 m ago

So is this spread a proper butter? Sorry but I have never used it.


Spread
aberpud1 h, 44 m ago

So should we vote hot on this deal to ensure that people don’t waste this b …So should we vote hot on this deal to ensure that people don’t waste this butter with a short shelf life at jack Fulton?I think best before with dairy is a pretty key. I’m not making my butties for work with out of date butter, moral obligation or not.


If the best before was pretty key then it would be a "use by" date to inform you it must be used by that date, best before is simply informing you exactly that, it's at its best before that date but could potentially be OK for a long time after so just use your eyes and nose!
Edited by: "col11" 12th Aug
I've bought these many times... frozen one used one.
Why do people panic about dates, these have been useable 3 weeks or more past the date. Using one now and no I'll effects.
I've picked the mould off crumpets and used the out of date butter....and no deaths reported!!
aberpud2 h, 59 m ago

I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh s …I’ve literally never heard of that. I can understand freezing some fresh stuff. What do you do with frozen butter. If you bought it today. Froze it. Defrosted it. Surely it’s still only got 3 days life?


Freeze it in an ice cube tray so it's portioned. Then just defrost when needed or if doing mash throw it in frozen..
Good deal. Thank you.
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