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Lidl Deluxe Luxury Brioche Burger Buns 4 pack 59p @ LIDL
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Lidl Deluxe Luxury Brioche Burger Buns 4 pack 59p @ LIDL

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Posted 10th JanAvailable: NationalEdited by:"i_need_bargains"
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They are delicious with beef burgers, just as good as premium buns
mayzi17 m ago

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I normally get the Aldi ones but these are much cheaper but hopefully as good
Bargain.hunter991 h, 1 m ago

They are delicious with beef burgers, just as good as premium buns


...even better with BBQ pulled pork

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Edited by: "BS_Man" 10th Jan
FYI, they contain alcohol as per ingredients list.
banik10/01/2019 14:34

FYI, they contain alcohol as per ingredients list.


I think quite a lot of bread (especially factory produced?) will contain trace amounts due to the fermentation process.
banik41 m ago

FYI, they contain alcohol as per ingredients list.


the more the better
They are very good,i buy them regularly.
mayzi10/01/2019 11:52

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You must be yoking! U crack me up!
mayzi10/01/2019 16:06

You seem a bit eggcited...


I'm eggnoring u now lol
Edited by: "djbarbee" 10th Jan
banik10/01/2019 14:34

FYI, they contain alcohol as per ingredients list.


The buns or the burgers?
mayzi30 m ago

The buns or the burgers?


The buns
cowbutt10/01/2019 14:43

I think quite a lot of bread (especially factory produced?) will contain …I think quite a lot of bread (especially factory produced?) will contain trace amounts due to the fermentation process.


Yes that's true but they don't usually list it as an ingredient if it's trace amounts but this actually lists it as an ingredient so must be of a higher amount.
mayzi10 m ago

Sorry. I egghausted the jokes.


mayzi16 m ago

Sorry. I egghausted the jokes.


Think we would be treading on egg shells with the mods, if I egged u on anymore
Edited by: "djbarbee" 10th Jan
banik45 m ago

Yes that's true but they don't usually list it as an ingredient if it's …Yes that's true but they don't usually list it as an ingredient if it's trace amounts but this actually lists it as an ingredient so must be of a higher amount.


Fair enough. I note that some brioche recipes use brandy, and some others attribute their <1% alcohol to "Flavouring" (possibly brandy, or possibly just something to keep a flavouring liquid).
banik10/01/2019 14:34

FYI, they contain alcohol as per ingredients list.


Don't eat and drive.
i_need_bargains14 h, 19 m ago

Don't eat and drive.


You should not be doing both anyway. Either eat or drive not both... Get a fine for that...!

Ha ha ha ... Can you imagine being pulled over whilst eating this brioche whilst over the limit (just)... The excuses!
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