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Lurpak Slightly Salted Butter 500g just £2.00 @ ASDA instore and online
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Butter 500g just £2.00 @ ASDA instore and online

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Posted 29th Jan 2015

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Lurpak butter 500g (double the normal size) just for £2.00 which make £4.00 a kilo which is the cheapest for this butter.



This is a Rollback Deal and also includes the Unsalted variety
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Is this the tub or block ?
6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll gain if you eat it all.
EnesG

Is this the tub or block ?



this is block.. don't get confused with spreadable, this is proper butter
Nice... heat added
shak

6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll … 6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll gain if you eat it all.



I can't see where anyone else has figured it to be a main serving suggestion. Everything in moderation.
shak

6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll … 6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll gain if you eat it all.



Hi Shak

Stop talking crap Shak.
£2 for butter is wayyy too expensive. It should be £1 at best!
How exactly can you eat 500g of something, and take from it 1kg of fat?

Shak - how can it add 1kg of fat if you only eat 500grams? Your calculations don't appear sound.
Last weekend Lidl had there Meadow Farms Butter reduced from 0.98p to 0.57p - not too sure how different branded butter can be but worth checking.
zworld

£2 for butter is wayyy too expensive. It should be £1 at best!



this is for 500gms which is double the size of the normal one so the normal one will be for a pound unless you are expecting £2.00 a kilo
shak

6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll … 6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll gain if you eat it all.



We were all planning on chomping on the entire thing as a light snack
shak

6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll … 6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll gain if you eat it all.



solid broscience
shak

6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll … 6000 calories for this block. That's around a full 1kg of fat you'll gain if you eat it all.



Hi

Sounds yum. That's dinner sorted.X)
patrick_000

Shak - how can it add 1kg of fat if you only eat 500grams? Your … Shak - how can it add 1kg of fat if you only eat 500grams? Your calculations don't appear sound.



Fat is made from carbon dioxide and h2o + energy. You body will store more water to hold the calories. It does this using fat.
shak

Fat is made from carbon dioxide and h2o + energy. You body will store … Fat is made from carbon dioxide and h2o + energy. You body will store more water to hold the calories. It does this using fat.



well on the ingredients it just said butter milk and salt
Empty shelves this afternoon :-(
This isn't really a 'deal' because I can quite easily buy 250g of butter, i.e. churned milk, for no more than a £1. I wouldn't tangibly be saving money buying a 500g block for 2 quid.
shak

Fat is made from carbon dioxide and h2o + energy. You body will store … Fat is made from carbon dioxide and h2o + energy. You body will store more water to hold the calories. It does this using fat.



I think you need to read over your biology again. oO
EMLK

This isn't really a 'deal' because I can quite easily buy 250g of butter, … This isn't really a 'deal' because I can quite easily buy 250g of butter, i.e. churned milk, for no more than a £1. I wouldn't tangibly be saving money buying a 500g block for 2 quid.



Where?
dazco

Where?



I was making the point that supermarket butter for a £1 would taste no different to lurpak.
EMLK

I was making the point that supermarket butter for a £1 would taste no … I was making the point that supermarket butter for a £1 would taste no different to lurpak.



It does taste different. Why do you think all butter tastes the same?
There are still loads in Telford ASDA
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