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Lidl Bakery Apple Turnover 29p each @ Lidl In-store
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Lidl Bakery Apple Turnover 29p each @ Lidl In-store

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Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because of hygiene reasons. Once whilst shopping in a morrisons a german couple in front of me thought it ok to stick a thumb up the end of a loaf of bread to test its freshness and then leave it!
kernowmike10/03/2019 09:44

Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because …Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because of hygiene reasons. Once whilst shopping in a morrisons a german couple in front of me thought it ok to stick a thumb up the end of a loaf of bread to test its freshness and then leave it!



At least he used his thumb
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Love Lidl bakery!
Mine managed to ditch the Ancient Grain Roll within a month's time of introducing it.
I miss the mixed fruit turnovers
watto16 h, 28 m ago

Love Lidl bakery!


Me too. Mine opens at 8 and by 820 all the fresh croissants and pain au choclats are finished. All the workmen grab them
Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because of hygiene reasons. Once whilst shopping in a morrisons a german couple in front of me thought it ok to stick a thumb up the end of a loaf of bread to test its freshness and then leave it!
kernowmike10/03/2019 09:44

Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because …Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because of hygiene reasons. Once whilst shopping in a morrisons a german couple in front of me thought it ok to stick a thumb up the end of a loaf of bread to test its freshness and then leave it!



At least he used his thumb
These are good - not too sweet.
kernowmike2 h, 26 m ago

Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because …Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because of hygiene reasons. Once whilst shopping in a morrisons a german couple in front of me thought it ok to stick a thumb up the end of a loaf of bread to test its freshness and then leave it!


Then you're the one who will catch anything going. We need exposure to germs to build up our immunity. I'm not at all prissy about this sorry of thing.
Thanks OP I like apple turnovers with or without cream, but the pastry on the Lidl ones is always greasy yech, though a lot of their other bakery goods are too bloomin nice.
floridafil10/03/2019 10:37

At least he used his thumb


You don't want to know where his thumb's been.
I like these.. but... they could do with a more generous filling, and a lighter pastry outer.......well, its not asking for too much!
kernowmike4 h, 52 m ago

Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because …Personally I wont touch any bakery stuff displayed in open boxes because of hygiene reasons. Once whilst shopping in a morrisons a german couple in front of me thought it ok to stick a thumb up the end of a loaf of bread to test its freshness and then leave it!


And the greenies want less packaging. Do they ever go shopping around the supermarkets and see how some members of the public handle the produce?
Does any one know when this offer starts / finishes as I can't find it on their website or have I already missed the boat.
I always go for stuff at the back of the shelf or the very top shelf, Im still ok.
It is pretty disgusting what others do. Don’t use tongs. Throw tongs on top of food. Kids take them and chavs tell them to put them back. At the Arnold branch, one little girl actually lay across the Danish pastries while her dad took a photo. Liberal elite types. Tore him off a strip got abuse back. Came close to a punch up.
Lidl bakery contains human hair, exactly L-cysteine for longer shelf life. They take hair from the floor of hair salons in China. That's a fact.
Hardly fresh the actual pastries were probably made months ago. Re heated would be more accurate.
bob201811/03/2019 14:26

Hardly fresh the actual pastries were probably made months ago. Re heated …Hardly fresh the actual pastries were probably made months ago. Re heated would be more accurate.


dont think any of the pasty stuff is prebaked and reheated
preformed and frozen yes but the stuff that gets wheeled out in those trolley things is all flat like raw pastry
bread perhaps parbaked but dont think you can really do that with pastry
brilly11/03/2019 19:37

dont think any of the pasty stuff is prebaked and reheatedpreformed and …dont think any of the pasty stuff is prebaked and reheatedpreformed and frozen yes but the stuff that gets wheeled out in those trolley things is all flat like raw pastrybread perhaps parbaked but dont think you can really do that with pastry


If you look at the wording on the website it states "freshly prepared" not freshly baked.
bob201811/03/2019 21:46

If you look at the wording on the website it states "freshly prepared" not …If you look at the wording on the website it states "freshly prepared" not freshly baked.


and if you look its prepared using an oven
I love these apple turnovers. Found the exact same ones in Biedronka (Polish supermarket) on my holidays and was really happy they had my favourite. The company that makes these must supply a lot of other European supermarkets.


brilly11/03/2019 21:52

and if you look its prepared using an oven


It's pre made and part baked in a factory, frozen and shipped out to stores then reheated on site. If you enjoy the pastries and don't care about how they are made then that's great however these are not fresh pastries.
bob201812/03/2019 11:17

It's pre made and part baked in a factory, frozen and shipped out to …It's pre made and part baked in a factory, frozen and shipped out to stores then reheated on site. If you enjoy the pastries and don't care about how they are made then that's great however these are not fresh pastries.


no, i dont think the pastries are parbaked (bread ok sure as i already said)
brilly12/03/2019 13:57

no, i dont think the pastries are parbaked (bread ok sure as i already …no, i dont think the pastries are parbaked (bread ok sure as i already said)


Do you think they are freshly made onsite every day?
bob201812/03/2019 20:10

Do you think they are freshly made onsite every day?


do i think you have actual read what i have written? nope
brilly5 m ago

do i think you have actual read what i have written? nope


your theory is they are defrosted and heated up onsite.
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