Flora Cuisine Cooking Liquid - Original (500ml) Half Price £1 @ Asda & Morrisons...
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Flora Cuisine Cooking Liquid - Original (500ml) Half Price £1 @ Asda & Morrisons...

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Found 26th May 2014
Flora Cuisine Cooking Liquid (500ml) is currently (Half Price) £1 @ Asda (Rollback) & Morrisons...

This deal is available instore & online...

Price Comparison:

£1.70 @ Tesco, Waitrose & Ocado
£2.00 @ Sainsbury's

Hope this helps someone...

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99p in 99p Stores, rather strange stuff, don't squeeze the bottle 2 hard otherwise you will have a lot to get rid of, looks like salad cream, yellow stuff quite thick, I suppose it is just slightly runny Flora spread?

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anthony712

99p in 99p Stores, rather strange stuff, don't squeeze the bottle 2 hard … 99p in 99p Stores, rather strange stuff, don't squeeze the bottle 2 hard otherwise you will have a lot to get rid of, looks like salad cream, yellow stuff quite thick, I suppose it is just slightly runny Flora spread?


I use this all the time. But your right about not being heavy handed with the delicate bottle...

Good price, also got some at B&M today for 89p but this is far more widely available

I voted hot for the price, it does last well & is tasteless on foodstuffs, but would rather use a nice olive oil or rapeseed oil depending on what i'm making (& temps required), having made a whole load of scotch pancakes ((70+)) for freezing as my nipper & I enjoy them with a compote / maple & banana for breakfast we get through a lot.. but whilst I can't find the remnants of the bottle in the fridge, isn't this rather laboratory made compared to a good honest oil (of which I note I have 6+ in the larder) , ..Most folk use a non stick pan.

What is the point of this stuff?

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NeilGY

Good price, also got some at B&M today for 89p but this is far more … Good price, also got some at B&M today for 89p but this is far more widely available

It's now 2 for £1.70 @ Tesco so you got a good deal...

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MR GUS

I voted hot for the price, it does last well & is tasteless on … I voted hot for the price, it does last well & is tasteless on foodstuffs, but would rather use a nice olive oil or rapeseed oil depending on what i'm making (& temps required), having made a whole load of scotch pancakes ((70+)) for freezing as my nipper & I enjoy them with a compote / maple & banana for breakfast we get through a lot.. but whilst I can't find the remnants of the bottle in the fridge, isn't this rather laboratory made compared to a good honest oil (of which I note I have 6+ in the larder) , ..Most folk use a non stick pan.What is the point of this stuff?

I use this simply when I am making some vegetables as I cannot eat bland boring steamed or boiled veg... So I add seasoning to it mix in my veg & they taste so much better... I sometimes add a little to my mash potatoes too. It's quite versatile really... I also use olive oil or rapeseed oil especially when making Indian curries, naans & savouries...
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