Kingsmill Bread (400g) 50p @ Asda
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Kingsmill Bread (400g) 50p @ Asda

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Found 1st Jan 2013
Fill your boots. Stock up the freezer.

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No different than buying 2 800g loaves for £2!
junk4

No different than buying 2 800g loaves for £2!

Your right "junk4" you can buy the 800g loaf for a £1.00 if you buy 2.

The Multigrain and Really seeded are £1.00 for the 800g
junk4

No different than buying 2 800g loaves for £2!



Other than you may only need 400g?
"Fill your boots. Stock up the freezer" doesn't suggest that intention...
junk4

No different than buying 2 800g loaves for £2!



A better size for sticking in the freezer, though, and not everybody wants 2 x 800g loaves.
OK these sizes are now confusing me!! What is the normal size?????? Then I will vote
sofiasar

OK these sizes are now confusing me!! What is the normal size?????? Then … OK these sizes are now confusing me!! What is the normal size?????? Then I will vote



800g

No different than buying 2 800g loaves for £2!

apart from the fact it costs you £1.5 more... it makes you buy in bulk... this is a good find for pensioners, Im sick of throwing bread out because we have to buy 2 loafs that only last a few days before going stale.
If you're going to stock up your freezer why not got to ASDA later in the evening when its all 5 or 10p a loaf!
Still good price though if you want one.
I would never put bread in the freezer... It means the only way to consume it later would be to toast it.
jsty3105

I would never put bread in the freezer... It means the only way to … I would never put bread in the freezer... It means the only way to consume it later would be to toast it.


Or defrost it beforehand?
icehawk

jsty3105 I would never put bread in the freezer... It means the only way … jsty3105 I would never put bread in the freezer... It means the only way to consume it later would be to toast it.Or defrost it beforehand?

I often freeze & then defrost bread. Tastes fine.:-)
"Stock up the freezer." - I don't mean to be rude, but am I genuinely the only person here who thinks this is just crossing the line from looking for a good deal to becoming a tramp?
icehawk

Or defrost it beforehand?



Lol. Naturally. I mean that I'm very fussy about bread. A slice has to pass the folding test before I'll eat it. Basically, if I can fold the slice without the crust or the bread breaking or tearing at the fold, then I know I'll enjoy it. Otherwise, I'll have to resort to toasting it so I won't waste the slice.

#JustAFussySap
Smaller slices too so good for little appetites
Medium sliced is for wimps. Real men eat thick sliced.
Just another con to dupe you in... Lidl own country loaf 800g 85p, loads better..
This isn't a good deal. 800g cost less than a £1 in most local shops.
Slices are smaller..... False economy.... Not so good for a family!
junk4

No different than buying 2 800g loaves for £2!



I'd have to agree

But disagree with the context in which the comment was used.
Warburtons 800 gram "normal" sized bread is always £1 in Iceland. This is such a non deal it's a joke!

If you are going to freeze a half size loaf just buy a normal sized one and freeze half.

Also if you are buying bread to freeze may as well just get it massively discounted at the end of the day as most stores do.

COLD
Clingingon

Warburtons 800 gram "normal" sized bread is always £1 in Iceland. This is … Warburtons 800 gram "normal" sized bread is always £1 in Iceland. This is such a non deal it's a joke!If you are going to freeze a half size loaf just buy a normal sized one and freeze half.Also if you are buying bread to freeze may as well just get it massively discounted at the end of the day as most stores do.COLD



I agree, this is 334 degrees yet the full sized one from spar for 89p isn't even 100??
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