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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G at Tesco for £2.75
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G at Tesco for £2.75

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Posted 26th Jan

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Same at most places at the mo. It's still expensive to me when you think pure butter is around £1.50 a pop 250g, £3.75 original price is a rip off.

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Edited by: "DominicPTS" 26th Jan
DominicPTS26/01/2020 09:02

Same at most places at the mo. It's still expensive to me when you think …Same at most places at the mo. It's still expensive to me when you think pure butter is around £1.50 a pop 250g, £3.75 original price is a rip off.[Image]


It is expensive, but to try and get a properly spreadable butter with a high butter content that tastes great is quite a challenge. For example, the Anchor so called spreadable butter is rock hard straight out the fridge. I've tried the Aldi spreadable and that tasted rank. Any solutions?
I picked up the ‘softest’ version (same price) by accident and it’s great. Doesn’t rip your bread/toast/barm to pieces when you’re trying to use it
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TheHun626/01/2020 09:49

It is expensive, but to try and get a properly spreadable butter with a …It is expensive, but to try and get a properly spreadable butter with a high butter content that tastes great is quite a challenge. For example, the Anchor so called spreadable butter is rock hard straight out the fridge. I've tried the Aldi spreadable and that tasted rank. Any solutions?


Have you tried the ASDA own brand?

It pretty decent and spreads very well.
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Lurpak cannot be beaten for its buttery and creamy taste..i have tried many others such as Asda's ..Aldis norpak etc...always go back to lurpak...my arteries and heart hate it
..my tastebuds love it..and my stomach shows it.
Edited by: "Supanotts1862" 26th Jan
Is it strange that they can't call it butter anymore... but charge a buttery premium for it?
TheHun626/01/2020 09:49

Any solutions?


President is made with buttermilk, not vegetable oil. Currently 2x250g £3.50 at Waitrose, even pricier, but tastes more like proper butter. Still harder out of the fridge than Lurpak, but spreads easily on toast.
kfs26/01/2020 10:47

President is made with buttermilk, not vegetable oil. Currently 2x250g …President is made with buttermilk, not vegetable oil. Currently 2x250g £3.50 at Waitrose, even pricier, but tastes more like proper butter. Still harder out of the fridge than Lurpak, but spreads easily on toast.


Great tasting butter, but still needs to be Lurpak soft out of the fridge to avoid ripping the bread to shreds.
TheHun626/01/2020 09:49

It is expensive, but to try and get a properly spreadable butter with a …It is expensive, but to try and get a properly spreadable butter with a high butter content that tastes great is quite a challenge. For example, the Anchor so called spreadable butter is rock hard straight out the fridge. I've tried the Aldi spreadable and that tasted rank. Any solutions?



I get real butter and keep an amount out of the fridge that i will use in a few days, or if I need some in a hurry just nuke it for a few seconds
Edited by: "stokie" 26th Jan
McrRed26/01/2020 10:40

Is it strange that they can't call it butter anymore... but charge a …Is it strange that they can't call it butter anymore... but charge a buttery premium for it?


Well they certainly can't call it margarine. That's a really, dirty filthy word!
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