Crisp 'N Dry Vegetable Oil 2L £2.00 (£1.00/Litre) @ Asda or Tesco
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Crisp 'N Dry Vegetable Oil 2L £2.00 (£1.00/Litre) @ Asda or Tesco

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Found 7th Jan 2014
Whoever is buying Crisp and Dry on a regular basis knows that this is a cheap deal for this product, it is the 2 litre plastic bottles and have not been offer for a while and it is suitable for vegetarians

If you have never used rapeseed oil before it is generally used for stir frying and basting to braising and roasting, Crisp 'n Dry is a great all rounder.

Crisp 'n Dry contains rapeseed oil, which is a great natural source of omega 3. It's been carefully developed to help cook food to perfection and its neutral flavour won't overpower the flavour of your ingredients.

Currently 2L bottle being sold at £3.25 @ Ocado and £4.00 @ Sainsburys
Currently 1L bottle being sold at £1.50 @ Sainsburys and £1.75 @ Tesco, Asda, Ocado and Waitrose

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£2 for this is a good price. Got plenty I think, but might just grab a bottle to be on the safe side. Thanks OP.

This stuff is great for squeaky door hinges.

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pedro1976

This stuff is great for squeaky door hinges.



Tried and tested by the sounds of it think you should be tip of the day

more fuel for my car! although it does prefere to run on sunflower oil this time of year!

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lukehadleysmith

more fuel for my car! although it does prefere to run on sunflower oil … more fuel for my car! although it does prefere to run on sunflower oil this time of year!



lol what kind of MPG for sunflower and rapeseed do I expect?
Edited by: "deallady" 7th Jan 2014

deallady

lol what kind of MPG for sunflower and rapeseed do I expect?


I use any kind of cheap cooking oil in my car it's not fussy lol it's cheaper than diesel when it's on offer

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alisonmore1

I use any kind of cheap cooking oil in my car it's not fussy lol it's … I use any kind of cheap cooking oil in my car it's not fussy lol it's cheaper than diesel when it's on offer



Sounds like a real eco friendly method of filling up your car and a big saving to will you be clearing out Asda or Tesco :p?

deallady

lol what kind of MPG for sunflower and rapeseed do I expect?



i don't notice any differance in mpg to normal diesel to be honest. got about 75% sunflower oil in the tank at the mo with 25% diesel, it's meant to be getting colder soon so will up the percentage otherwise it will be hard to start!

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lukehadleysmith

i don't notice any differance in mpg to normal diesel to be honest. got … i don't notice any differance in mpg to normal diesel to be honest. got about 75% sunflower oil in the tank at the mo with 25% diesel, it's meant to be getting colder soon so will up the percentage otherwise it will be hard to start!



That is definatly a massive saving on fuel! around 50p a litre and that is using this rapeseed oil! Smoking hot deal for people using this as fuel, and its a 2 Litre bottle filling will be easy

deallady

That is definatly a massive saving on fuel! around 50p a litre and that … That is definatly a massive saving on fuel! around 50p a litre and that is using this rapeseed oil! Smoking hot deal for people using this as fuel, and its a 2 Litre bottle filling will be easy



yer its good. i have a saxo 1.5D brought it for £500 its only a crap old car but i do alot of miles each year for work. i have done around 25,000 miles using veg/sunflower oil and the only thing i have had to change is the glow plugs just before every winter then the usual regular servicing. you car will never fail an emisions test running on veg either ;-).

would reccomend it to anyone who has a car that can run on the stuff!

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lukehadleysmith

yer its good. i have a saxo 1.5D brought it for £500 its only a crap old … yer its good. i have a saxo 1.5D brought it for £500 its only a crap old car but i do alot of miles each year for work. i have done around 25,000 miles using veg/sunflower oil and the only thing i have had to change is the glow plugs just before every winter then the usual regular servicing. you car will never fail an emisions test running on veg either ;-).would reccomend it to anyone who has a car that can run on the stuff!



This is such a good tip for anyone who can use it think you should be on the tip of the week :D! it can save people hundreds, I see supermarket deals for 2p off fuel go wild, your saving more than 20 times that! Its a shame I can't use this in my 1.6 Copper S! But I would love to pass all emissions test without failure Clearly it has not had any effects on your engine and you sound like an enthusiast who knows everything that is taking place in your car! Sounds like some sound advice to save 50p off your fuel and this is no one off deal heat!!!!

Great deal, just picked up a few for the year. I like my oven chips deep fried. Crisp n' Dry gets a bad rap, but it's rapeseed oil.
Edited by: "NoamChomsky" 7th Jan 2014

you know what they always say. bag of butter fer ya tea. happy fruits in that bowl

deallady

Off couse cause it's cheaper than diesel , doesn't work in a petrol car … Off couse cause it's cheaper than diesel , doesn't work in a petrol car though , I live 10 miles from the neerest petrol pumps so if I forget to put in diesel before I come home I pur in cooking oil to keep me going till I get to the pumps Sounds like a real eco friendly method of filling up your car and a big saving to will you be clearing out Asda or Tesco :p?

Original Poster

alisonmore1



Bet you keep a spare bottle of Crisp N Dry in the boot for desperate times! These 2L bottles are easy pour too no need to worry
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