Lactose free semi skimmed milk from Arla 1 litre ..... £1 @ Morrisons
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Lactose free semi skimmed milk from Arla 1 litre ..... £1 @ Morrisons

£1£1.40 29% Morrisons Deals
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Edited by:"zippypants"Found 3rd Nov
Lactose free semi skimmed milk from Arla normally £1.40 to £1.50 in all supermarkets
on offer at a £1 full fat and skimmed also £1

11 Comments

Offer ends on the 26 November 2017

This is the biggest rip off in the world. You can buy a small bottle of lactase for like £6 and it can be used to treat 60pints of milk. That's a massive saving £39 (60 X £1 - 15 X 4 pints @ £1 - £6) I used to get these lactose free milk until I realised that all I needed to do is to drop a little enzyme into normal milk and then I am fine.

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wong_go_wild7 m ago

This is the biggest rip off in the world. You can buy a small bottle of …This is the biggest rip off in the world. You can buy a small bottle of lactase for like £6 and it can be used to treat 60pints of milk. That's a massive saving £39 (60 X £1 - 15 X 4 pints @ £1 - £6) I used to get these lactose free milk until I realised that all I needed to do is to drop a little enzyme into normal milk and then I am fine.


I have heard that also , but don't you have to leave it for about 24 hours before consuming?

Bit of a bugger if fancy some crunchy nut cornflakes in the morning and you have only put the drops in the night before

wong_go_wild2 h, 10 m ago

This is the biggest rip off in the world. You can buy a small bottle of …This is the biggest rip off in the world. You can buy a small bottle of lactase for like £6 and it can be used to treat 60pints of milk. That's a massive saving £39 (60 X £1 - 15 X 4 pints @ £1 - £6) I used to get these lactose free milk until I realised that all I needed to do is to drop a little enzyme into normal milk and then I am fine.



Where would I buy it for £6? Had a look around but cant seem to find it. TIA

I use Lactase tablets from Holland and Barrett, I can now drink milk, have cream with my strawberries & have cheese sarnies.

already posted 18/10

I misread it as Free milk and got all excited for no reason !

zippypants14 h, 28 m ago

I have heard that also , but don't you have to leave it for about 24 …I have heard that also , but don't you have to leave it for about 24 hours before consuming?Bit of a bugger if fancy some crunchy nut cornflakes in the morning and you have only put the drops in the night before

It's 8 hours. About 10 drops treats 4 pints.

mikeypr15 h, 7 m ago

Where would I buy it for £6? Had a look around but cant seem to find it. …Where would I buy it for £6? Had a look around but cant seem to find it. TIA

Biocare 15ml lactase enzyme. I just googled it. The cheapest is now £12. It's shocking that it's gone up so much. Probably because of exchange rate and import tarrif. Still a decent saving to be had.

I bought 6 last time round and that will easily last me about 2 years and they are stored in fridge and they expire around 3 years.

http://www.vit-shop.co.uk/store/p/539/1/BioCare-Lactase-Enzyme-(for-lactose-conversion)-15ml.html
Edited by: "wong_go_wild" 4th Nov

wong_go_wild3 h, 26 m ago

Biocare 15ml lactase enzyme. I just googled it. The cheapest is now £12. …Biocare 15ml lactase enzyme. I just googled it. The cheapest is now £12. It's shocking that it's gone up so much. Probably because of exchange rate and import tarrif. Still a decent saving to be had.I bought 6 last time round and that will easily last me about 2 years and they are stored in fridge and they expire around 3 years.http://www.vit-shop.co.uk/store/p/539/1/BioCare-Lactase-Enzyme-(for-lactose-conversion)-15ml.html



Did not know so thanks for the info.

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wong_go_wild8 h, 51 m ago

It's 8 hours. About 10 drops treats 4 pints.


Stop telling people WONG information this is off the link you supplied

Recommended Intake:Add five drops to one pint (568ml) of milk and refrigerate for 24 hours before use.
Edited by: "zippypants" 4th Nov
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