Lurpak Butter Block - slightly salted 250g £1.70 at Iceland
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Lurpak Butter Block - slightly salted 250g £1.70 at Iceland

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Best butter..Period!
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Best butter..Period!
And the cheapest,well spotted!
£2.75 for 500 gms is way better at Tesco
mikezoe6504/08/2019 10:30

£2.75 for 500 gms is way better at Tesco


Sure is, but I prefer the taste of the block butter.
healthandsafety04/08/2019 10:23

And the cheapest,well spotted!


If you're happy to buy 2 it's the same price at Waitrose, 2 for £3.40.
Kerrygold is way better
rosalina181804/08/2019 10:42

Sure is, but I prefer the taste of the block butter.



Because that is real butter ...the tubs are half vegetable
hot445904/08/2019 10:59

Kerrygold is way better


Kerrygold is sixth,Lurpak is FIRST!! (8.6 Million regular users!)
Nope kerrygold is first
Very nice Danish product 🎩 😁
Why not buy British butter rather than imported stuff ?
If Lurpak block butter is on offer, I buy it because I like it very much. Otherwise it will be the cheapest block butter from M&S, Lidl,etc.
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Norman_Stanley_Fletcher04/08/2019 15:53

Why not buy British butter rather than imported stuff ?


As soon as you can get find some British butter that tastes as nice and is the same price I’ll buy it
youchoose04/08/2019 11:03

Because that is real butter ...the tubs are half vegetable


Exactly, that spreadable stuff is horrible and greasy.
mikezoe6504/08/2019 10:30

£2.75 for 500 gms is way better at Tesco


That's spreadable so buy block butter, mix 50% with water and palm oil and you've got the same product. Such a ripoff but some people are so Lazy
Edited by: "chocci" 4th Aug
chocci04/08/2019 21:45

That's spreadable so buy block butter, mix 50% with water and palm oil and …That's spreadable so buy block butter, mix 50% with water and palm oil and you've got the same product. Such a ripoff but some people are so Lazy



There's no palm oil in Lurpak Spreadable - just rapeseed oil.
I bought this recently.... was awful disappointed when that Douglas bloke didn't rise out of my block and play me something on his trombone!
Seriously though, is the block much creamier and tastier than the tub?
Pinksparkles197305/08/2019 11:44

Seriously though, is the block much creamier and tastier than the tub? …Seriously though, is the block much creamier and tastier than the tub?


Yes and much more healthier as well
Pinksparkles197305/08/2019 11:44

Seriously though, is the block much creamier and tastier than the tub? …Seriously though, is the block much creamier and tastier than the tub?


Not really. Plasticised vegetable oil flavouring and stabilisers are much more tasty. Seriously though, it was invented during rationing as a butter substitute.
Edited by: "snapdragon" 5th Aug
snapdragon05/08/2019 17:34

Not really. Plasticised vegetable oil flavouring and stabilisers are much …Not really. Plasticised vegetable oil flavouring and stabilisers are much more tasty. Seriously though, it was invented during rationing as a butter substitute.


Errr thanks for that history lesson in butter there! Ewww the tub stuff sounds rank when you put it like that, only block butter for me from now on!..... if my hips and a.s.s grow then I'm blaming you!
Pinksparkles197305/08/2019 22:44

Errr thanks for that history lesson in butter there! Ewww the tub …Errr thanks for that history lesson in butter there! Ewww the tub stuff sounds rank when you put it like that, only block butter for me from now on!..... if my hips and a.s.s grow then I'm blaming you!


Yes, block butter the best. Bit hard to spread on bread, but I always only keep a quarter of it outside the fridge and it's spreadable then.
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