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Atora 200g Vegetable suet 10p  @ B&M
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Atora 200g Vegetable suet 10p @ B&M

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Posted 6th JulAvailable: National

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Not going to set the world on fire with this one. Atora Vegetable suet (200g) is just 10p in B&M. Other version is £1 online at B&M. Seen in B&M Wigan Marus Bridge (one by Sainsbury's). Dated Feb 2020. May be national. Slightly larger sized product (240g) is £1.50 in ASDA or £1.60 in Tesco, so a great price really.

Product description:
"Atora Vegetable suet can be used in the same way as standard suet and tastes every bit as good. Made from vegetable fats, Atora Vegetable contains no animal products and is thus extremely suitable for vegetarians.

  • For fluffy dumplings, pastries, puddings and pies
  • Suitable for vegetarians"
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is that like veggie "meat balls" thread !! lmao
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Not been able to face "clootie dumpling" since I went veggie nearly 22 years ago, perhaps this will sort me out - will definitely look out for it in my local B&M next time I'm down that way!
Not going to set the world on fire with this one.......well you could but I think it would take several packs to get it going properly
What makes a treacle treat it's Attora
Edited by: "cadmus" 7th Jul
Go for the beef suet as it contains hardly any of the nasty palm that the vegetarian suet is chock filled with! ...(bearing in mind how illegal plantations have gone from land grabbed, deforested & subsequently approved plantations it makes a mockery of "sustainably sourced" ..vegetarians be ashamed if you are eating this habitat clearing "vegan friendly" atora vegetable suet!
I've always dreamed of seeing the Atora Borealis
This advert ran for years:
Edited by: "TheHun6" 7th Jul
Add a touch of curry powder to your mix if your making dumplings for stew ..Delicious.
Mr_Gus07/07/2019 10:01

Go for the beef suet as it contains hardly any of the nasty palm that the …Go for the beef suet as it contains hardly any of the nasty palm that the vegetarian suet is chock filled with! ...(bearing in mind how illegal plantations have gone from land grabbed, deforested & subsequently approved plantations it makes a mockery of "sustainably sourced" ..vegetarians be ashamed if you are eating this habitat clearing "vegan friendly" atora vegetable suet!


Because cattle farmers have never been guilty of land grabbing, deforestation & unsustainable farming.
aegis07/07/2019 22:14

Because cattle farmers have never been guilty of land grabbing, …Because cattle farmers have never been guilty of land grabbing, deforestation & unsustainable farming.


Yeah we know that, however the flipside is that the beef part is from uk / european sources as I recall which is already in the food supply chain, compared to a shedload more "specialist" palm oil which is a booming market for land grabs & deforestation.

One is theoretically worse than the other, i'm trying to say ramped up palm oil production will likely mean more deforestation compared to pre-existing irish beef market etc where the slack can be taken up by importing the prerequisite ingredient from any cattle producing country whereas palm oil is geographically limited to south america / asia.
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