Free Fresh baking Yeast @ Tesco Bakery
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Free Fresh baking Yeast @ Tesco Bakery

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LocalFound 25th Jan
For those who like to cook, you can get free fresh yeast at Tesco bakeries just by asking the staff at bakery and you will be given a chunk of it for free.
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Thought this was white chocolate or fudge!
And it will now be shut down thanks to this post.
Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.
R199221 m ago

Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed …Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.


Just ask if you can buy some and then they will probably offer it for free - that way there should be no embarrassment!
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This offer will raise a few hits.! Although nightmare if you get it under your nails.
Edited by: "maffeycourt" 25th Jan
Thought this was white chocolate or fudge!
And it will now be shut down thanks to this post.
Better than dried one
Asda do this as well, which always causes confusion at the checkout as there's no barcode, whereas Sainsbury's tend to charge 50p
Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.
R199224 m ago

Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed …Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.


From what the others say, ask from Sainsbury for 50p...imo, they got the best supermarket bakery anyway...personally, when I bake bread, I keep some dough for the next time, so don't have to use yeast every time..
Edited by: "pwel" 25th Jan
R199221 m ago

Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed …Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.


Just ask if you can buy some and then they will probably offer it for free - that way there should be no embarrassment!
Is it better than dried yeast and how much real yeast = 1 teaspoon dried approx?
R199229 m ago

Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed …Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.


Don't be They are well aware of it and get asked for it a dozen times a day..It costs them almost nothing and they are happy to get you in store for all your other baking products you will purchase from them..
IndianaBlues49 m ago

Asda do this as well, which always causes confusion at the checkout as …Asda do this as well, which always causes confusion at the checkout as there's no barcode, whereas Sainsbury's tend to charge 50p


Not all do. I've worked for a few asda's inc in their bakery. The one I work for now does only for customer that have been asking for years. Other don't as it affects sales on shop floor.
My local Asda now charges, and Tesco instore bakery say they don't have it. I get mine from Sainsburys usually
I bought this once in Greece and thought it was cheese
You should call into your local car mechanic too to see if he has any free tools he can give you. How is this a deal. Lol
Stevewin821 h, 2 m ago

Is it better than dried yeast and how much real yeast = 1 teaspoon dried …Is it better than dried yeast and how much real yeast = 1 teaspoon dried approx?


You really use the dried stuff only in emergencies when you don't have the real stuff!
It's miles better..
R19922 h, 17 m ago

Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed …Hmm; I'd love to get some but I think I'd be a lil embarrassed personally...asking for it for free lol. That' just me though maybe.


Same here
This deal could be infectious!
The last batch i got didn't work. Probably shouldn't have put it in the same shopping bag as the Canesten.
Every time I've tried to do this from Tesco the staff in the bakery section have refused and made clear they've been specifically told they're not allowed to do it. Have no idea how anyone gets this from their Tesco.
Wasn't it law until relatively recently that all bakeries had to give it out for free? Can't for the life of me remember where I read that.
All these supermarkets actually use fresh yeast? sure can't taste it
My local Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys all have said that they are not legally allowed to give it away because health and safety wont let them as there are no packaging to inform us how it has ben stored and for us telling us how to store it and because it has been handled by people and because there is no use by or best before on it which makes it illegal to sell.
Master_Yoda6 h, 58 m ago

Every time I've tried to do this from Tesco the staff in the bakery …Every time I've tried to do this from Tesco the staff in the bakery section have refused and made clear they've been specifically told they're not allowed to do it. Have no idea how anyone gets this from their Tesco.


Same here
Not all dried yeast is the same, and now you can buy saf-levure from Amazon, I just don't see any reason for using fresh yeast (which I used to use). If it's good enough for the French...
square726 h, 56 m ago

My local Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys all have said that they are not …My local Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys all have said that they are not legally allowed to give it away because health and safety wont let them as there are no packaging to inform us how it has ben stored and for us telling us how to store it and because it has been handled by people and because there is no use by or best before on it which makes it illegal to sell.


...They're not selling it though because it's free Think you've been sold a yarn!
In the late 50's, when my mum went to the butcher, he used to chuck a couple of breast of lamb in with her order for free. How often do you see it theses days? I suspect the majority of it ends up in donner meat.
Edited by: "Toxic_Waste" 26th Jan
square729 h, 19 m ago

My local Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys all have said that they are not …My local Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys all have said that they are not legally allowed to give it away because health and safety wont let them as there are no packaging to inform us how it has ben stored and for us telling us how to store it and because it has been handled by people and because there is no use by or best before on it which makes it illegal to sell.


My veg and fruit from the supermarket doesn't have a use by or best before date? Or storage instructions....
thnx glad to hear this is backon thought they stopped a ew years back
This will be store specific as most if not all supermarkets sell fresh yeast. And if you start listing which stores you get them from expect it to stop soonish as if their bosses find out they'll put a stop to it.
How is this a deal someone claims they got some where's the recipet for proof 🤔
Can you get free flour of them aswell and seeds or just yeast what's the reason they give it for free very odd they usually don't give even water for free
In addition to Tesco, I tried Asda yesterday and they said they are not allowed to give it free or sell it - they said they stopped doing it years ago. None of the supermarkets do it - end of. The mysterious staff member apparently doing it for Tom_Reys, probably should be sacked by the sound of it lol.
otherside2726th Jan

...They're not selling it though because it's free Think …...They're not selling it though because it's free Think you've been sold a yarn!


I think it seems normal to be fair, if you read through the comments on here its not only my supermarkets that are not giving it away or selling it.
randan25th Jan

Just ask if you can buy some and then they will probably offer it for free …Just ask if you can buy some and then they will probably offer it for free - that way there should be no embarrassment!


Yes aisle 18.
Waste journey to tesco waited and looked around nobody on the bakery section instead I seen this seems they don't have much care for food hygiene that looks like a bread remover they have on the floor won't be buying bread from there again
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MynameisM13 m ago

Waste journey to tesco waited and looked around nobody on the bakery …Waste journey to tesco waited and looked around nobody on the bakery section instead I seen this seems they don't have much care for food hygiene that looks like a bread remover they have on the floor won't be buying bread from there again[Image]


Yes shop from aldi and lidl,better than Tesco or sainsbury, Morrison asda, let the German companies grow more and more, take over whole over the land, yes it is dirty bread remover,Even don't go Tesco i agree with you, just saying
Edited by: "bozkurt1881" 28th Jan
If you just mix a bit of flour with some tepid water and leave it on the side it will start to bubble. No need for yeast.
termite2 h, 37 m ago

If you just mix a bit of flour with some tepid water and leave it on the …If you just mix a bit of flour with some tepid water and leave it on the side it will start to bubble. No need for yeast.


Really probably get (termites) by the time the flour starts to grow like that lol.
MynameisM42 m ago

Really probably get (termites) by the time the flour starts to grow like …Really probably get (termites) by the time the flour starts to grow like that lol.


You really have no idea about yeast do you?
termite13 m ago

You really have no idea about yeast do you?


Just a joke with ur username sorry if it was offensive
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