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Elephant Atta (flour) 10kg @ Asda ONLY £2.00
Elephant Atta (flour) 10kg @ Asda ONLY £2.00

Elephant Atta (flour) 10kg @ Asda ONLY £2.00

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Just been into my local Asda store in Huddersfield to find that Elephant Atta 10kg bag went through the check out at only £2.00 tho was not priced up as that on the shelves. Couldnt resist going in for more

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yummy elephant flour!

Anyone else confirm this? Just want to double check before I make a special trip out -- it's hard enough to find a 1kg bag for a couple of quid, let alone 10kg!!

Whats the normal RRP of a 10kg bag??

Was £4.98 a few weeks ago:

hotukdeals.com/ite…ti/

Thought I'd seen this before!!

You must like a lot of chapattis though....

Was £4.98 a few weeks ago:

hotukdeals.com/ite…ti/

Thought I'd seen this before!!

You must like a lot of chappattis though....

hot as curry.... my mum makes some wicked stuffed parathas with this

Any other verifications on this at other stores?

Deal.

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withabix;4429728

Was £4.98 a few weeks ago:



B***** i got robbed for £8 last week in a corner type supermarket.

:thumbsup:this is BRILLIANT! thank you so much, my mother will appreciate this!! Will check out the local Asda tomorrow!! As for comments like sampleX...take them elsewhere, you ignorant fool....reported

i just bought one yesterday for a £5.00 i still thought is a bargain
is it in everywhere asda ?

LongDongDave;4430513

B***** i got robbed for £8 last week in a corner type supermarket.



same here £8 from corner shop bought 2 days ago.. really not fair..

can anyone confirm if it's nationwide..?

Original Poster

withabix;4429728

Was £4.98 a few weeks … Was £4.98 a few weeks ago:http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/326861/elephant-atta-10kg-medium-chappatti/Thought I'd seen this before!!You must like a lot of chappattis though....



Hehe, well flour never goes off no matter how long you keep it so no worries there.

Original Poster

united4eva;4430339

Any other verifications on this at other stores?



Not quite sure... but would be worth ringing stores up to find out.

So this has been voted hot without any verification if the offer is nationwide.

£6.97 at our local store, so cant be voted as hot

Glad someone added the word flour , I'd have thought 10kg of Elephant Atta would have been something for the roses!

[B]Gr8 Deal voted Hot Hot Hot Yummy for my tummy.........

Neat little tip for anyone buying flour that's not going to be used immediately: Wrap it in clingfilm. I used to have a great range of flours in my cupboard for anything I fancied making, until one day I fancied making pancakes, and found tiny little flour mites in the plain white flour. I checked the bread, the wholemeal, the self raising, the corn, and the other pack of plain white flour too, and they all had them in. Little shts. I guess one bag that I bought must've been contaminated with them, and they must've just spread out in search of more food. It sucked. Whether wrapping in clingfilm would've stopped them or not I don't know, but it's maybe worth considering.

I don't understand why people are phoning their local stores?
This is a misprice, not an actual 'deal'/offer.

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This ones gone over my head I'm afraid - what the HELL does Joe Public want 10 kilos of flour at a time for?

travellers;4431672

This ones gone over my head I'm afraid - what the HELL does Joe Public … This ones gone over my head I'm afraid - what the HELL does Joe Public want 10 kilos of flour at a time for?



this is nothing people usally buy 25kg bags! anyhoo its to make authentic asian flat bread, its a staple of food for the asian community and no im not talking about the chinese

travellers;4431672

This ones gone over my head I'm afraid - what the HELL does Joe Public … This ones gone over my head I'm afraid - what the HELL does Joe Public want 10 kilos of flour at a time for?



To Use :whistling:
Depends on how many Chappati's you make a week, 10kg is quite small for an average asian family.... we normally get a 32kg :-D to last us a few months

Akashinda;4431870

To Use :whistling: Depends on how many Chappati's you make a week, 10kg … To Use :whistling: Depends on how many Chappati's you make a week, 10kg is quite small for an average asian family.... we normally get a 32kg :-D to last us a few months



I laught at your puny use of atta! 32kg would barely last us a month - ok six weeks!



...aaaa shana paratha..... :-D

I bloody hate rotiaan!!

don't waste your time people.
just made a special journey and they're coming up at £6.97:x
cold from me

dxx;4431605

Neat little tip for anyone buying flour that's not going to be used … Neat little tip for anyone buying flour that's not going to be used immediately: Wrap it in clingfilm. I used to have a great range of flours in my cupboard for anything I fancied making, until one day I fancied making pancakes, and found tiny little flour mites in the plain white flour. I checked the bread, the wholemeal, the self raising, the corn, and the other pack of plain white flour too, and they all had them in. Little shts. I guess one bag that I bought must've been contaminated with them, and they must've just spread out in search of more food. It sucked. Whether wrapping in clingfilm would've stopped them or not I don't know, but it's maybe worth considering.



Yuk -- I wonder how many cakes/pastries/other things you made/ate before you realised you had flour mites...:whistling:

solid;4433334

Yuk -- I wonder how many cakes/pastries/other things you made/ate before … Yuk -- I wonder how many cakes/pastries/other things you made/ate before you realised you had flour mites...:whistling:



Eww *feels itchy*

dxx;4431605

Neat little tip for anyone buying flour that's not going to be used … Neat little tip for anyone buying flour that's not going to be used immediately: Wrap it in clingfilm. I used to have a great range of flours in my cupboard for anything I fancied making, until one day I fancied making pancakes, and found tiny little flour mites in the plain white flour. I checked the bread, the wholemeal, the self raising, the corn, and the other pack of plain white flour too, and they all had them in. Little shts. I guess one bag that I bought must've been contaminated with them, and they must've just spread out in search of more food. It sucked. Whether wrapping in clingfilm would've stopped them or not I don't know, but it's maybe worth considering.


Had similar experience keeping flour for over a few months. I think the only way to store it really is in tupperware type boxes. I think flour does go off after a while, by the way.:whistling:

gratts;4431645

I don't understand why people are phoning their local stores?This is a … I don't understand why people are phoning their local stores?This is a misprice, not an actual 'deal'/offer.



hahahahaha exactly what I was thinking!:w00t:

im not voting hot or cold.

the original poster has got the deal at £2 and nobody else has posted to say they have managed to get it for the same price.

it looks like a one-off store thing

good deal for the OP

it would be good practise for those who manage to get the deal for the same price to vote hot, otherwise its rather misleading

I've had the little mites in my stuff too, got into anything with carbohydrates, flour, pasta etc, even unopened packets of flour. I now keep all my flour in individual sealed klip-it boxes, to minimise damage.

Elephant atta is ok, but we get fresh wheat flour from a local mill (£5 for 10kg) and it's too good for making chapatis or paratha or poori!
As it's misprice not voting hot, though!

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