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Idahoan Buttery Potato Mash, Pack of 12 - £12 prime / £16.49 non prime @ Amazon
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Idahoan Buttery Potato Mash, Pack of 12 - £12 prime / £16.49 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 29th Jul 2020

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Decent stuff compared with Smash but you've gotta love it to pay £12 in one hit and this is often just over £1 a pack
Far superior to the likes of Smash, keep it in my locker at work as emergency rations.
Nice food when on multi day hiking, mixed with a bit of tuna, chilli flakes and cheese. Well I think so anyway, much nicer than the ramen others were eating.
I've fancied trying this for a while, gone for it. If we don't get on with it there is a local charity always after things like this. Cottage pie or bangers and mash first? What a delightful quandry.
I’ve had this in the past from Costco it was very nice.
I have never heard of this brand before, but the reviews are very good. Secret seems to be to use less liquid that stated on the packet. Perfect for my elderly mother who loves her spuds, but isn't up to the hassle of cooking them.
Agree, very good quality instant stuff, always keep one in the cupboard....
I too was very surprised by just how good this stuff tastes.
Love this stuff so have ordered. Thank you.
Also currently £1 a pack at Asda for all varieties, for those who don't want to buy in bulk. 41527240-l8jjk.jpg41527240-kn6jJ.jpg
Edited by: "JammyDodger1980" 29th Jul
Thinking of going for this as I don't always want the hassle of making real mash if it's just a meal for one etc. Anyone know the typical best before is on these? Imagine it's pretty long with it being powdered?
ST312329/07/2020 19:36

Thinking of going for this as I don't always want the hassle of making …Thinking of going for this as I don't always want the hassle of making real mash if it's just a meal for one etc. Anyone know the typical best before is on these? Imagine it's pretty long with it being powdered?


It's powdered. Ignore the best before dates.
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