LURPAK BUTTER 2 FOR £2 (from tomorrow- 22nd) @ Tesco
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LURPAK BUTTER 2 FOR £2 (from tomorrow- 22nd) @ Tesco

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Found 21st Aug 2012
Starting tomorrow instore and online

any 2 for £2 blocks of lurpak butter, bargain price considering 1 is £1.60, best butter around
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    Been this.price at morrisons since last week
    It's been 2 for £2 @ Morrisons for the past week also.
    Cold ... impossible to spread unless you don't refrigerate it and have one of them butter dish things

    I've ripped more slices of bread frantically trying to spread this stuff and I've still got a half a block left from a similar offer a few weeks ago in ASDA ...

    Edited by: "storeyrich" 21st Aug 2012
    The best tip I read (re freezing butter) is to cut it up into little blocks before freezing, so it's easy to use and spread. Think it was from MSE. Bit of a faff, yes, but it means you can stock up.

    Even more easy to use if you grate it before freezing.
    Edited by: "louiselouise" 21st Aug 2012
    Great price, they are usually £1.60 for a bar
    simply heat the knife up before spreading....
    Or read (book) the great cholesterol con, then come to the realisation that you can slather this on like a hunk of cheese, a great nutrient dense food, in turn helping your brain (also made from saturated fat) woop! a lovly bit of yum scum food that needs to be eaten guilt free and not put on toast in a way that needs spreading (bad choice of food, is the bread, wheat=70% of people r gluten sensitive GMO)

    FYI Ancel Keys father of the lipid hypothesis is guilty of many poorly put together research papers, google Ancel keys, go to videos, go to youtube link, big fat lies

    hope this helps any margarine heads, lecture done
    Angelderry

    Or read (book) the great cholesterol con, then come to the realisation … Or read (book) the great cholesterol con, then come to the realisation that you can slather this on like a hunk of cheese, a great nutrient dense food, in turn helping your brain (also made from saturated fat) woop! a lovly bit of yum scum food that needs to be eaten guilt free and not put on toast in a way that needs spreading (bad choice of food, is the bread, wheat=70% of people r gluten sensitive GMO) FYI Ancel Keys father of the lipid hypothesis is guilty of many poorly put together research papers, google Ancel keys, go to videos, go to youtube link, big fat lies hope this helps any margarine heads, lecture done




    Went on Amazon but there are at least three versions of that book - which one is it? Also, got any links to the videos?
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    storeyrich

    Cold ... impossible to spread unless you don't refrigerate it and have … Cold ... impossible to spread unless you don't refrigerate it and have one of them butter dish thingsI've ripped more slices of bread frantically trying to spread this stuff and I've still got a half a block left from a similar offer a few weeks ago in ASDA ...


    or engage brain and cut off some butter from the slab and leave at room temp 10 mins before you spread it!
    Edited by: "csiman" 22nd Aug 2012
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    louiselouise

    The best tip I read (re freezing butter) is to cut it up into little … The best tip I read (re freezing butter) is to cut it up into little blocks before freezing, so it's easy to use and spread. Think it was from MSE. Bit of a faff, yes, but it means you can stock up.Even more easy to use if you grate it before freezing.


    why go to all that hassle? Just get a block out when you run out as it will last the duration of the use by date when you froze it (normally months ahead).
    Seems to be a glitch on these it took £1.32 off twice so 2 for 68p. They've taken the 2 for £2 ticket off of the shelf now.
    Edited by: "Klyken" 22nd Aug 2012
    Morrisons have these at 2 for £1.60.
    Alasdair91

    Morrisons have these at 2 for £1.60.



    The Morrisons website has 250g packs of Lurpak listed as £1.60 each or 2 for £2.00. Link
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    Alasdair91

    Morrisons have these at 2 for £1.60.


    wrong
    storeyrich

    Cold ... impossible to spread unless you don't refrigerate it and have … Cold ... impossible to spread unless you don't refrigerate it and have one of them butter dish thingsI've ripped more slices of bread frantically trying to spread this stuff and I've still got a half a block left from a similar offer a few weeks ago in ASDA ...



    Has no one ever educated you in life this applies to ALL butter not just Lurpak? Or literally is this occasion the one and only time in your life you have had butter instead of spreads?!
    quick clip from the docu film big fat lies youtube.com/wat…Hp4

    Get educated, forget the nonsense of sat fat heart disease bull, another book nourishing traditions by Sally Fallon is a great resource, carbohydrates course inflamation that leads to athero sclerosis that is course of worry! Dr Robert Lustig is a pediatric obesity doctor who one in a load of the learned doctor to have a listen to if suffering from Obesity, heart disease youtube.com/wat…row
    csiman

    why go to all that hassle? Just get a block out when you run out as it … why go to all that hassle? Just get a block out when you run out as it will last the duration of the use by date when you froze it (normally months ahead).

    Well, just pasting a suggestion from MSE. Might be useful to someone. As it's just me here, it takes me eons to use blocks of butter.

    About the heated knife thing, did I dream it or did Warburtons patent/are bringing out a heated knife? Maybe I did.
    Edited by: "louiselouise" 22nd Aug 2012
    Klyken

    Seems to be a glitch on these it took £1.32 off twice so 2 for 68p. … Seems to be a glitch on these it took £1.32 off twice so 2 for 68p. They've taken the 2 for £2 ticket off of the shelf now.



    OH has called me to tell me this has happened to him as well, so he got 2 for 68p.
    derbyshireterrier

    OH has called me to tell me this has happened to him as well, so he got 2 … OH has called me to tell me this has happened to him as well, so he got 2 for 68p.



    I presume this was in a Tesco Express? The sums don't add up for normal Tesco stores, as the discount would be £1.20.
    Bought two this morning to make some banana and walnut loafs,went through as 2 for £2 for me
    ClashInDevon

    I presume this was in a Tesco Express? The sums don't add up for normal … I presume this was in a Tesco Express? The sums don't add up for normal Tesco stores, as the discount would be £1.20.



    Yes it was in a Tesco Express.
    I bought 18 and works out at 34p each i think.
    Just been to tesco express and it went through at 68p but the jobs worth on the till went oh that's wrong then continued to void it and re-sell it for £2! what a jobs worth you are =|
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