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ASDA Smart price butter 250g (salted) ONLY 47p - Instore and online
ASDA Smart price butter 250g (salted) ONLY 47p - Instore and online

ASDA Smart price butter 250g (salted) ONLY 47p - Instore and online

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Just popped into local Asda and found Smart Price butter for 47p.
Good price and not bad taste! Good enough for me - Toastaholic!
Available online also.
Edit: Sorry can't get link to work - but it's online just need to search in butter - if you know what I mean !?!

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Original Poster

De Nada!
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this is a excellent deal.

Ok I am a Lurpack-holic and eat way too much of it - how would something like this compare? Is there a big difference in taste?

Where's this come from...English or 'Foreign'?

did the price changes this morning back up to about 84p

JPS;4470868

Ok I am a Lurpack-holic and eat way too much of it - how would something … Ok I am a Lurpack-holic and eat way too much of it - how would something like this compare? Is there a big difference in taste?



Yes

I was always a Lurpak fan,as It was what I was brought up on.... (North East, it was imported via the Tyne!) Lurpak is a Lactic fermented butter, whereas most other types as known as "sweetcream" butter (ie. not fermented)

Doesn't mean you won't like, or get used to other types, but this low priced stuff is not the one to try first - it is probably best used in cooking, where is is GREAT, but for spreading purposes ie. taste, try other more mainstream brands first - I have moved on recently to KerryGold softer butter for convenience - it is softer without Vegetable oil being added (like Lurpak softer! YUK! What are they thinking of), and I find it acceptable as a change too. There is plenty of choice of others though, English butter is very mild and creamy, New Zealand butter is stronger taste and darker yellow, tastes good but seems to oxidise very fast, so darkens when it gets exposed to the air, so needs using quickly; and of course the supermarkets do their own style Lurpak "copies" too, in silver wrappers usually! Normandy butter is tremendous, but too expensive :-(

I am fussy about my butter and I had this on toast this morning and I hate to say it, but it was good.

I hate Asda so now I must shoot myself.

EDIT

My brother bought it this morning for 40 odd pence, so I do not know why it is expired.

There is always a place in the fridge for cheap butter, even if it's just for lining baking tins.

Krinkle;4471796

Where's this come from...English or 'Foreign'?



Product of New Zealand packed in Denmark.
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