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Hovis Best of Both bread mix 3.5kg-13 loaves £7 @ Tesco
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Hovis Best of Both bread mix 3.5kg-13 loaves £7 @ Tesco

£7£1450%Tesco Deals
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Posted 11th May
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Pre made best of both mix
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Full of chemicals , just use flour and yeast
This was not £14.00.

£7.00 is the usual price.....which is still expensive in my opinion.
Price gouging, and I don't care if it's sold elsewhere for more!
would they not quite small loaves if you can get 13 out of 3.5kg mix? I've been using standard strong flour and using 500g for a single loaf.
STD loaf is 800g, that’s a bun or two more than 4 loaves for £7 from this bag of flour.
Hmm, unless you want to pay almost 2 times more for the bakers experience, this doesn’t seem to be looking so good.
Edited by: "Gadgetman666" 11th May
paulj4811/05/2020 17:25

would they not quite small loaves if you can get 13 out of 3.5kg mix? I've …would they not quite small loaves if you can get 13 out of 3.5kg mix? I've been using standard strong flour and using 500g for a single loaf.


If you look at the instructions part of the description on Tesco site, it says loaves are 450gm each instead of the supermarket based 800g loaves.
Seems very expensive. Normal 1.5kg bags are starting to become available again from about £1-£2, dried yeast is very cheap too.
Haven't seen yeast in my local supermarkets since before all the panic buying kicked off!
The smallest quantity of flour for a Panasonic loaf is 400g. The 450g loaf mentioned on the Tesco site is total weight, including about 200g of water. As most are saying, this is a highly priced solution.
paulj4811/05/2020 17:25

would they not quite small loaves if you can get 13 out of 3.5kg mix? I've …would they not quite small loaves if you can get 13 out of 3.5kg mix? I've been using standard strong flour and using 500g for a single loaf.


I use 288g for a small loaf, maybe based on a 1 pound loaf?
deanos11/05/2020 14:27

Full of chemicals , just use flour and yeast


40750167-tjtkF.jpgEverything is chemicals
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