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Lancashire Farm Natural Bio and Fat Free Yoghurt - £1.20 in Iceland (instore and online)
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Lancashire Farm Natural Bio and Fat Free Yoghurt - £1.20 in Iceland (instore and online)

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Posted 25th Apr

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Spotted this today in our local Iceland.
The natural one is my favourite yogurt and it is normally priced at £1.50 a 1Kg tub.
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£1.10 at Asda in store and online
Edited by: "TylerMurphy2196" 25th Apr
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Nice one. Paid the same at Morrison’s this week. For those who don’t have an Iceland close by
Picked 2 up yesterday. Very tasty
£1.10 at Asda in store and online
Edited by: "TylerMurphy2196" 25th Apr
Got some today. Bit cheaper at asda.
I am sure the one I picked up from Asda was £1
This is lovely yoghurt
Bendown25/04/2020 18:59

I am sure the one I picked up from Asda was £1


Not been £1 for a LONG time.

£1.10 at the moment in Asda but ridiculous trying to get into one at the moment so £1.20 at Iceland is fine for me
I have also seen these in Asda, haven't had a chance to try it.
juggler125/04/2020 19:04

This is lovely yoghurt


It actually is, I have a couple of big spoons with a little honey of a morning, lovely
Gollywood25/04/2020 19:08

Not been £1 for a LONG time.£1.10 at the moment in Asda but ridiculous t …Not been £1 for a LONG time.£1.10 at the moment in Asda but ridiculous trying to get into one at the moment so £1.20 at Iceland is fine for me


It was £1 in my local Asda when I went earlier this week
Fat free so I’m guessing loaded with sugar??
Curlyman8325/04/2020 19:24

Fat free so I’m guessing loaded with sugar??


In plain yoghurt?
The 1 kg Greek yoghurt of this is miles better FIRE! for the cheap price however.
£1:20 in Tesco express atm too. Maybe cheaper in the bigger stores?
Curlyman8325/04/2020 19:24

Fat free so I’m guessing loaded with sugar??


Surprisingly no. Anyway the picture is not of fat free. Fat free is a bit whitish pot
Bought some and it’s not very good quality. You’d better off biting Greek yoghurt from Lidl and adding water.
Great price. So upset it went up 50% just like that. Supermarkets always reduce for Ramadan. Heat OP.
BiGfactHunt26/04/2020 01:37

Bought some and it’s not very good quality. You’d better off biting Greek …Bought some and it’s not very good quality. You’d better off biting Greek yoghurt from Lidl and adding water.


That is the other one that I really like. I get through a bucket wayyyy too quickly
A pale watery pot of shame compared to the greek style version
Also £1.20 at Tesco if more convenient. I hope it’s on offer for the whole month of Ramadan as we get through loads of this stuff...Heat
What’s so special about this it’s normal Iceland price and has been for ages
The Greek yog version of theirs is some of the best I've had from a supermarket
This is a large tub. I got one a few weeks ago, It lasted ages. And really good yoghurt, and a local (to me) company
I doubt it is really yogurt. I used it once to make yogurt and nothing happened. So since then clear away.
george.hancock26/04/2020 17:52

What’s so special about this it’s normal Iceland price and has been for age …What’s so special about this it’s normal Iceland price and has been for ages


Alas, the usual price is £1.50
yongoren26/04/2020 18:37

I doubt it is really yogurt. I used it once to make yogurt and nothing …I doubt it is really yogurt. I used it once to make yogurt and nothing happened. So since then clear away.


I have used this a number of times other the last few years to make my own yoghurtm, it's always worked for me.
shalton27/04/2020 05:51

I have used this a number of times other the last few years to make my own …I have used this a number of times other the last few years to make my own yoghurtm, it's always worked for me.


How do you make yoghurt from yoghurt? Serious question
I use a yoghurt maker but there are other ways, just search online. The yoghurt maker is ideal because it keeps your yoghurt at a constant temperature, which is required.

I bring milk up to a very light simmer for 10 mins or so.
Allow the milk to cool down to just under 40 degrees C.
I then add a teaspoon of yoghurt into each jar.
Top up the jars with the milk.
Place into the yoghurt maker for 8 hours.
Allow to cool then put into the fridge.

When you are down to you last half jar of the yoghurt you made, Repeat the above instructions with fresh milk and your remaining yoghurt..
TylerMurphy219625/04/2020 18:58

£1.10 at Asda in store and online



This is not a deal, £1.10 or less at Asda quite often.
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