Alesto Cashew Nuts Can 150g (Roasted & Salted) Was £1.99 Now £0.99 @ LIDL
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Alesto Cashew Nuts Can 150g (Roasted & Salted) Was £1.99 Now £0.99 @ LIDL

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Found 6th Nov 2012
Bought it from my local LIDL. Not sure if it is nationwide.
Was £1.99 Now £0.99
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When I was a kid I only saw cashew nuts at Christmas when my dad always had a can of them. We never had them at any other time during the year! Nowadays I buy them all the time and they taste much better when they come out of a can than a bag, don't know why, maybe it just takes me back to Christmas when I was a kid.
Fantastic, I always think of Christmas when I have cashews in a can. Great price, hope they have some locally
That reminds me, where is that 125g bag of Morrison Savers roasted, salted cashew nuts that I paid 75p for yesterday...
Cashew nuts are the only edible nut with a poisonous shell.

There you go, a sound sleep for you tonight! No more wondering about this

Oh and hot!
honest_geezer

Cashew nuts are the only edible nut with a poisonous shell. There you go, … Cashew nuts are the only edible nut with a poisonous shell. There you go, a sound sleep for you tonight! No more wondering about this :)Oh and hot!



It's also true of Brazil nuts.

eur-lex.europa.eu/Lex….do?uri=OJ:L:2012:090:0014:0016:EN:PDF
Brazil nuts are not nuts, they are seeds
Espeons

Brazil nuts are not nuts, they are seeds



Good point - I'm forgetting my QI.
Mark2111

When I was a kid I only saw cashew nuts at Christmas when my dad always … When I was a kid I only saw cashew nuts at Christmas when my dad always had a can of them. We never had them at any other time during the year! Nowadays I buy them all the time and they taste much better when they come out of a can than a bag, don't know why, maybe it just takes me back to Christmas when I was a kid.

That was true for roast turkey too.
Ah...how do you explain what is nut then in Cadbury "Fruit and Nut"? Or a bag of fruit and nut in a health food shop. Or even nut allergy advice on a packet of food? Why is there no seed allergy advice? By the way I have used a searched engine and found the dictionary definitions of seeds and nuts.
These are always 99p in some massive 99p place in Reading.
Cashew - Cold. Oh no, it's atishoo - that's a cold!
These are nice but extremely salty.
Doh! Guess what dozy donut went charging round Aldi looking for these 'cos they didn't read the listing properly..... Lol (got some in the end tho')
Yum!
Banned
Still full price in our Lidl
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pibpob

These are nice but extremely salty.


you definitely mean the ones in cans? i
just came to say how these are better than the ones in bags as the salt is much finer so not as salty.
good deal either way
Yes - the ones in bags must be even worse!
Went into my local Lidl today and these were still £1.99. The lady on the till said the half price deal is from tomorrow so will try again then!:(
Edited by: "joeninety" 7th Nov 2012
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pibpob

Yes - the ones in bags must be even worse!


yeah they definitely a bit salty for me, quite like the tins but dont go for them due to price
pandpand

Espeons Brazil nuts are not nuts, they are seedsGood point - I'm … Espeons Brazil nuts are not nuts, they are seedsGood point - I'm forgetting my QI.



Who cares? They're called nuts so does it matter the specifics of their classification?
tiffy335

Who cares? They're called nuts so does it matter the specifics of their … Who cares? They're called nuts so does it matter the specifics of their classification?

You are absolutely correct, the critical point in this deal is in the good value eating. The fact it is a nut or seed is best left to wikipedia or a dictionary web site.
Heads up: brochure for Thurs 15th-21st November says there will be 250g packets of these for £1.29 (£1 reduction). Might be worth waiting?
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Espeons

Brazil nuts are not nuts, they are seeds


as are most 'nuts' so .. irrelevant


blahblahdoh

Heads up: brochure for Thurs 15th-21st November says there will be 250g … Heads up: brochure for Thurs 15th-21st November says there will be 250g packets of these for £1.29 (£1 reduction). Might be worth waiting?


as above, the bags are better value but they are saltier and the salt is a coarser grain (tins is like a powder)
Edited by: "brilly" 11th Nov 2012
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