4.5 Kilograms of Flour 90p @Tesco
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4.5 Kilograms of Flour 90p @Tesco

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Found 22nd Oct 2013
The 3 for 2 has been on for a week but the price
of the Value flour is now at 45p
Self raising as well

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Original Poster

LINK TO ALL THE FLOUR
SELF RAISING

The Sultanas
are on this offer they are trying too pull the old trick of not putting out the pos again


Edited by: "Wongy110" 22nd Oct 2013

Where can I buy a cheap sieve.

Genuine question, seems a good a place as any to ask

Wilkinson

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Oh it's not coke then

Liger

Oh it's not coke then

lol thats what I thought when see picture

http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/218/632/vesuvia-cocaine.jpg

Would have posted the bear but it had naughty words in it.

http://multiglom.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/scarface_cocaine.jpg

you know your in a recession when you see people posting about cheap flour and sugar all over this site

Original Poster

red23

you know your in a recession when you see people posting about cheap … you know your in a recession when you see people posting about cheap flour and sugar all over this site


technically were not but with inflation cuts ect
nobody is feeling better of
thou you do wonder what some people are spending there money on looking at these comments

Value flour is utterly horrendous to bake with...

WOOOOOOOOOO
http://dailypicksandflicks.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Kids-Destroy-House-with-Flour.jpg
Edited by: "StewieEatWorld" 22nd Oct 2013

Original Poster

m5rcc

Value flour is utterly horrendous to bake with...


Got all sorts of stuff on this
tesco.com/gro…o=0

thewongwing101

SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the … SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the old trick of not putting out the pos again



I can hardly see why it's a trick? If they didn't want people buying it in the offer then they wouldn't put it in the offer in the first place.

m5rcc

Value flour is utterly horrendous to bake with...



Is it? I've never noticed a difference and I switch between value and branded flour quite a bit. Are you sure you're not just imagining the difference because you feel like there should be one? (Not that you can really answer that as if you were imagining it you wouldn't realise you were doing it!)

Original Poster

thewongwing101

SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the … SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the old trick of not putting out the pos again

m5rcc

Value flour is utterly horrendous to bake with...


Its not an mistake its something the store here does every year
Edited by: "Wongy110" 22nd Oct 2013

wonkyleg

Where can I buy a cheap sieve.Genuine question, seems a good a place as … Where can I buy a cheap sieve.Genuine question, seems a good a place as any to ask



I got a 2 pack of sieves from 99p store, clearly not the best/strongest quality but do the job for now..

I always wonder who these deals are intended for.

Bread is cheap to buy, so no excuses



Are you being serious!? Firstly, people who bake their own bread do it either because it tastes better or they enjoy doing it - it certainly doesn't save any money. Secondly, there are a hell of a lot more uses for flour than baking bread. I don't see how bread being cheap helps me make a cheese sauce or a cake? Are you suggesting I just blend up value bread and use that instead?

dsuk

I always wonder who these deals are intended for.Bread is cheap to buy, … I always wonder who these deals are intended for.Bread is cheap to buy, so no excuses

thewongwing101

SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the … SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the old trick of not putting out the pos again

m5rcc

Value flour is utterly horrendous to bake with...



So you think there is someone in your store who deliberately prevents the labelling of value flour and sultanas as being part of the offer? That is absurd - why on Earth would they care? The pennies saved are peanuts in comparison to their total sales, not to mention each store will be judged based on their sales figures and not on the profitability of individual items. It's in their best interest to sell as much of it as they possibly can.

Original Poster

dsuk

I always wonder who these deals are intended for.Bread is cheap to buy, … I always wonder who these deals are intended for.Bread is cheap to buy, so no excuses


Well the value bread yes just come down 2p to 45p
but i don't suppose you mean that
the next up is tesco own stay fresh at 90p
at least this deal is just flour and not filled with all the other rubbish
thous are

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callum9999

Are you being serious!? Firstly, people who bake their own bread do it … Are you being serious!? Firstly, people who bake their own bread do it either because it tastes better or they enjoy doing it - it certainly doesn't save any money. Secondly, there are a hell of a lot more uses for flour than baking bread. I don't see how bread being cheap helps me make a cheese sauce or a cake? Are you suggesting I just blend up value bread and use that instead?So you think there is someone in your store who deliberately prevents the labelling of value flour and sultanas as being part of the offer? That is absurd - why on Earth would they care? The pennies saved are peanuts in comparison to their total sales, not to mention each store will be judged based on their sales figures and not on the profitability of individual items. It's in their best interest to sell as much of it as they possibly can.


Yes i do they crack down on the gilches in there in a flash
I didn't say anything about the flour
but the pilgrims choice i posted @4.50 per kilo never had its price changed
despite me pointing it out to them and getting them too price some up for me
there was an interesting thread in misc earlier on the haverfordwest store
Edited by: "Wongy110" 22nd Oct 2013

There is a big difference in using a 'quality' flour for making bread. For example, the Allinson Very Strong flour makes very good bread, in comparison to many bread flours.
Personally, I make my own bread because of the daft 'high' salt levels in shop bought bread.
BTW: anyone looking for a decent sized, cheap loaf tin, the big loaf tin from House of Frazer is good for a tenner.

thewongwing101

SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the … SELF RAISING The Sultanasare on this offer they are trying too pull the old trick of not putting out the pos again

m5rcc

Value flour is utterly horrendous to bake with...



Have to agree with m5rcc on this one........we have tried both & certainly notice that the value flour is not as good for sponges or batters

Original Poster

buddhabelly

There is a big difference in using a 'quality' flour for making bread. … There is a big difference in using a 'quality' flour for making bread. For example, the Allinson Very Strong flour makes very good bread, in comparison to many bread flours.Personally, I make my own bread because of the daft 'high' salt levels in shop bought bread.BTW: anyone looking for a decent sized, cheap loaf tin, the big loaf tin from House of Frazer is good for a tenner.


depends how much you need but 3kg bags are on this so 9kg for £4

Hey even our very own PM makes his own bread maybe you should flag this up at number 10

thewongwing101

Yes i do they crack down on the gilches in there in a flashI didn't say … Yes i do they crack down on the gilches in there in a flashI didn't say anything about the flourbut the pilgrims choice i posted @4.50 per kilo never had its price changeddespite me pointing it out to them and getting them too price some up for methere was an interesting thread in misc earlier on the haverfordwest store



Ah, you're Welsh? That would explain all the 'too's no doubt?

I believe that picture is copyright of Charlie Sheen.

Original Poster

Besford

Ah, you're Welsh? That would explain all the 'too's no doubt?


No maybe I'm from the same place as this guy ?
http://i908.photobucket.com/albums/ac282/thewongwing101/FreedomForTooting_zps8283be11.jpg

callum9999

Is it? I've never noticed a difference and I switch between value and … Is it? I've never noticed a difference and I switch between value and branded flour quite a bit. Are you sure you're not just imagining the difference because you feel like there should be one? (Not that you can really answer that as if you were imagining it you wouldn't realise you were doing it!)



No - there's a massive difference. I'm not a contestant in the Bake Off thanks...

m5rcc

No - there's a massive difference. I'm not a contestant in the Bake Off … No - there's a massive difference. I'm not a contestant in the Bake Off thanks...



All in the imagination...............

Buy this and some Tesco value mini zip lock bags and stand outside the night clubs at 2am in the weekend....

Newbold

All in the imagination...............



Each to their own...

Own brand Strong brown is 80p for 1.5kg ( so 4.5kg for 1.60) and has pretty much the same protein content as Allinsons (13.8g vs 13.9g)

Higher protein level is better for bread making

m5rcc

Each to their own...



Having tried most branded & unbranded & value flours.......the difference is clear.......cannot believe anyone who has tried Tesco Value Flour vs Homepride for example can honestly say they cannot tell the difference oO I'd hate to try their baking

crazymonkey

Buy this and some Tesco value mini zip lock bags and stand outside the … Buy this and some Tesco value mini zip lock bags and stand outside the night clubs at 2am in the weekend....



Probably the best use for it.....either that or for the kids to make flour glue

corred1964

Having tried most branded & unbranded & value flours.......the difference … Having tried most branded & unbranded & value flours.......the difference is clear.......cannot believe anyone who has tried Tesco Value Flour vs Homepride for example can honestly say they cannot tell the difference oO I'd hate to try their baking



I concur.

corred1964

Probably the best use for it.....either that or for the kids to make … Probably the best use for it.....either that or for the kids to make flour glue



Then turn them into pellets to shoot with a sling

crazymonkey

Then turn them into pellets to shoot with a sling



Weaponise the Tesco the flour power

tiberious

Own brand Strong brown is 80p for 1.5kg ( so 4.5kg for 1.60) and has … Own brand Strong brown is 80p for 1.5kg ( so 4.5kg for 1.60) and has pretty much the same protein content as Allinsons (13.8g vs 13.9g)Higher protein level is better for bread making



Agreed - Waitrose Canadian Strong flour is about the best around for breadmaking, but it is somewhat dearer.

How many kilos of flour does it take to make a loaf of bread in a breadmaker? It is not a joke... I am just wondering if it is more economical to make bread in a machine rather than buying a loaf.

Tomato810

How many kilos of flour does it take to make a loaf of bread in a … How many kilos of flour does it take to make a loaf of bread in a breadmaker? It is not a joke... I am just wondering if it is more economical to make bread in a machine rather than buying a loaf.



Here's a fairly typical recipe for a loaf which will be around the 950gm mark - a standard loaf being 800gm:

Yeast 1.25 tsp
Strong White Flour 600 g
Sugar 2 tsp
Butter 25 g
Salt 1.5 tsp
Water 400 mL

Not, perhaps, a great money saver - but infinitely better than horrible supermarket plastic-wrapped loaves.
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