Mango Lassi 250G 50p at Tesco online/instore
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Mango Lassi 250G 50p at Tesco online/instore

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Found 8th Mar 2015
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Mild drinking yogurt with mango preparation

Lassi is produced from mild yogurt and most carefully selected exotic fruits according to a traditional Indian recipe. The fruits in it make this drink particularly flavoursome and tasty.

Pack Size: 236ml
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    Also chai latte same price
    Tasty but full of sugar. Hot at this price.
    Jiwani80

    Tasty but full of sugar. Hot at this price.



    I prefer salted lassi, but you'd probably tell me how unhealthy that is as well
    Lassi ?? sound like Lazy
    nice and very sweet, but watching my waistline :O
    Not stocked at my local Tesco
    Heart attack stuff !
    F4STFORW4RD

    I prefer salted lassi, but you'd probably tell me how unhealthy that is … I prefer salted lassi, but you'd probably tell me how unhealthy that is as well


    Many things that I love to eat/drink r not healthy
    Love these, and the chai tea lattes.
    Jiwani80

    Tasty but full of sugar. Hot at this price.

    Not if you make yourself using pakeeza yogurt, some milk & a can of mango pulp ☺ although you will still get the natural sugars from the fruit, but as long as you brush your teeth they shouldn't fall out ☺

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    JillanGav

    Not if you make yourself using pakeeza yogurt, some milk & a can of … Not if you make yourself using pakeeza yogurt, some milk & a can of mango pulp ☺ although you will still get the natural sugars from the fruit, but as long as you brush your teeth they shouldn't fall out ☺

    x

    add some ice to that aswell n its amazing, even better with fresh mangoes
    mizzy1985

    Commentxadd some ice to that aswell n its amazing, even better with fresh … Commentxadd some ice to that aswell n its amazing, even better with fresh mangoes

    I will definitely be trying this, thank you! I've not tried it with fresh mangos as yet, as I'm bribing my husband into buying me a kitchenaid food processor lol! He'll get it with fresh mangos then and only then lol!
    Does it work with not so sweet mangoes too?
    hsnali

    Does it work with not so sweet mangoes too?



    It can but you may have to add sugar for taste
    Jiwani80

    Tasty but full of sugar. Hot at this price.


    Yep, just bought it and it has like 34g of sugar.... was not sure anymore its a good stuff
    Banned
    diabetes on the go!!
    andykapa

    Lassi ?? sound like Lazy


    Lassi, sounds like the dogs' name from Lassie the TV show I believe!
    andykapa

    Lassi ?? sound like Lazy


    you pronounce the 's' as it is, it is pronounced lassi not lazzi:p
    snowflake75

    diabetes on the go!!

    Why do people always say that?

    Do you think people are going to drink these 3 times a day everyday for a month according to you & others?

    snowflake75

    diabetes on the go!!

    Plus its 236ml. That's about 3/4 of a glass....
    Thc lassi milkshake on Friday night with the boys, messy, messy lol
    Gollywood

    Why do people always say that?Do you think people are going to drink … Why do people always say that?Do you think people are going to drink these 3 times a day everyday for a month according to you & others?

    A little bit of what we like doesn't hurt us, as you say, moderation is the key! Almost all my family have had high cholesterol, mine is only 4.8, I'm middle aged, and have things such as roasties cooked in goosefat on a sunday, home made curries, italian etc, all in moderation, but ALL fresh, no processed! its processed & fast food thats causing the health problems in most people!
    much healthier if you've got time to make some yourself.
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    Was marked up at £1 in my local Tesco, but scanned at 50p. Thanks, OP!

    Out of curiosity, I converted the sugar content figure into a unit I understand more intuitively: teaspoons of sugar. Six of them. Definitely in the "rare treat" category rather than the daily consumption one.
    Edited by: "sylv" 9th Mar 2015
    JillanGav

    A little bit of what we like doesn't hurt us, as you say, moderation is … A little bit of what we like doesn't hurt us, as you say, moderation is the key! Almost all my family have had high cholesterol, mine is only 4.8, I'm middle aged, and have things such as roasties cooked in goosefat on a sunday, home made curries, italian etc, all in moderation, but ALL fresh, no processed! its processed & fast food thats causing the health problems in most people!



    Good, sensible approach...unlike many on here who see a sweet item & trot out the old 'diabetes/heart attack' line.


    Yeah, drink this 5 times a day for a month & it'll mess you up a bit!
    Nice yoghurt drink tried it the other day and good for the price
    Wow unbelievable - someone and in this case thkarthik submits an offer and a majority of others submit a negative and then proceeds to attack one another over it??? If you don't want to proceed to check out with the offer in question there's lots more offers on here that you could be proceeding with. oO
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