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Heinz Beans Snap pots £1 from tomorrow @ Tesco
Heinz Beans Snap pots £1 from tomorrow @ Tesco

Heinz Beans Snap pots £1 from tomorrow @ Tesco

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Posted a couple of weeks ago when the offer was at asda and Hotukdealers seemed to like it, so Tesco are now offering the deal.

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heat added these pots are very handy

niceone...will stockpile these now alongside all my other beans X)

Heat them up please

hmmmm i wonder if i could stockpile for university.
any idea what the date on these are like? (few months/year?)

still get upset that they never brought out the Beanzawave

pikachu12

hmmmm i wonder if i could stockpile for university.any idea what the date … hmmmm i wonder if i could stockpile for university.any idea what the date on these are like? (few months/year?)


i got some from asda same price they had 5/2012 bought 4 packs at that price

£1 for what amounts to a can of beans equivalent.... is a hot deal?!?!

Suppose it must be if you normally buy these at a higher price, but for anyone who thinks beans are beans this is cold as ice.

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morpheus

£1 for what amounts to a can of beans equivalent.... is a hot … £1 for what amounts to a can of beans equivalent.... is a hot deal?!?!Suppose it must be if you normally buy these at a higher price, but for anyone who thinks beans are beans this is cold as ice.


Its more about the convenience factor and wastage etc, these are great if you have kids for you to just heat up and them to eat as opposed to a tin. Bit more to it than just beans are beans....

These are crap. Hardly any beans.

My dad is 89 and loves beans but won't open a normal tin because he think it's wasteful (yes the concept of moving contents to a bowl in the fridge is lost on him...but a few months off 90 he's entitled to be fussy) so these are perfect for him.Thanks

losthour

These are crap. Hardly any beans.



You can hardly define the quality of a substance by the lack of it's volume...guess Haute Cuisine is lost on you then?...I have a man like you at home..more is best..overflowing bulk is better

losthour

These are crap. Hardly any beans.



buy two packs then, still a bargain!

May well be a good deal price wise but beans should NEVER be done in a microwave... EVER!

these are fab for me as I don't eat a full tin on my toast and these pots are just the right amount.

beans in a yoghurt pot that's just horrible who would want to eat that

I've never understood the whole baked beans thing myself

twinkle - Apr 10, 2011 13:38losthour These are crap. Hardly any beans.You … twinkle - Apr 10, 2011 13:38losthour These are crap. Hardly any beans.You can hardly define the quality of a substance by the lack of it's volume...guess Haute Cuisine is lost on you then?...I have a man like you at home..more is best..overflowing bulk is better

Yes you can (_;)

4 x 200g = Same as 2 normal tins = 50p a tin. This is equivalent to £2 for a normal 4-tin pack, which is twice the price of of the recent Branston deals. I know it's a handy convenience pot, but not worth twice the price of normal tins in other beans deals. Cold.

"May well be a good deal price wise but beans should NEVER be done in a microwave... EVER!"

agreed

Just bought a pack at my local Tesco but had to ask if they were on offer as they were still showing full price.

I've just been to my local Tesco (Carlisle) and they're still £1.88.

twinkle

My dad is 89 and loves beans but won't open a normal tin because he think … My dad is 89 and loves beans but won't open a normal tin because he think it's wasteful (yes the concept of moving contents to a bowl in the fridge is lost on him...



Is there a reason not to just leave the excess beanage in the tin and place that in the fridge ? Washing-up fetish ?

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ThunderBolt

May well be a good deal price wise but beans should NEVER be done in a … May well be a good deal price wise but beans should NEVER be done in a microwave... EVER!


why?

cant tell any difference between pan or mickey myself.

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Sainsbo_McManus

Is there a reason not to just leave the excess beanage in the tin and … Is there a reason not to just leave the excess beanage in the tin and place that in the fridge ? Washing-up fetish ?


yes, only a thin coating of tin is on the surface and once you open the can, the lip/rim which is not protected from oxidation will begin to react with the air. All sorts of nasty germs love oxidized metal
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