Mature cheese 33% off @ Morrisons - £2
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Mature cheese 33% off @ Morrisons - £2

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Edited by:"firstofficer"Found 4th Sep 2017
This is great mature cheese. One of the strongest I have smelt/eaten.

I've used it on toast, in salads and on pizzas, and its amazingly rich...

Low in fat too (less than 30%)

Ideal for cheese boards and to serve to guests at dinner parties.

Usual cost £3, now £2.

*Maximum 20 per customer*

Thanks
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Is this suitable for lactose free diet?
360finder2 m ago

Is this suitable for lactose free diet?


Only if cooked in a microwave
Treboeth51 s ago

Only if cooked in a microwave


Or deep fried. Organically by a free range farmer who uses GM feed.
Original Poster
360finder17 m ago

Is this suitable for lactose free diet?


I think celiac disease sufferers should exercise caution and use only the products displayed on the dedicated isles..
Edited by: "firstofficer" 4th Sep 2017
Is this pure cheese? How do I know it isn't mixed with something?
firstofficer6 m ago

I think celiac disease suffered should exercise caution and use only the …I think celiac disease suffered should exercise caution and use only the products displayed on the dedicated island...


Man I could go some cheese but the aftermath ain't pretty 🌋🌋🎇🇯🇵
Original Poster
360finder45 m ago

Is this pure cheese? How do I know it isn't mixed with something?


You'll just have to take my word for it, and ignore the label. It is indeed 100% pure..
Edited by: "firstofficer" 4th Sep 2017
firstofficer24 m ago

You'll just have to take my word for it, and ignore the lable. It is …You'll just have to take my word for it, and ignore the lable. It is indeed 100% pure..


Ignore a manufacturers legislated label and take the word of FO on the internet
Are you the font of all knowledge now?
Labels are there for a reason and give us the facts we need.
firstofficer1 h, 37 m ago

You'll just have to take my word for it, and ignore the label. It is …You'll just have to take my word for it, and ignore the label. It is indeed 100% pure..

I doubt it. All cheese has some salt in it.​
firstofficer2 h, 40 m ago

I think celiac disease sufferers should exercise caution and use only the …I think celiac disease sufferers should exercise caution and use only the products displayed on the dedicated isles..


Like the British Isles?

Well aisle be damned!
Manufacturers are not claiming the "Low in fat version" is strong. Got to be a reason for that.
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jdbigguy2 h, 56 m ago

Manufacturers are not claiming the "Low in fat version" is strong. Got to …Manufacturers are not claiming the "Low in fat version" is strong. Got to be a reason for that.


It's just occurred to me that the original and hot versions of the peperami have different nutritional composition. So yes, your point is valid. I'll change the OP.

Many thanks and kind regards .
firstofficer5th Sep

It's just occurred to me that the original and hot versions of the …It's just occurred to me that the original and hot versions of the peperami have different nutritional composition. So yes, your point is valid. I'll change the OP.Many thanks and kind regards .



Just in case it wasn't clear, my comment was just to help people realise what the manufacturers were not saying. I liked your post. I also like their cheese, but I haven't tried the low fat version. If anyone has tried both and care to share their opinion, please reply.
Edited by: "jdbigguy" 7th Sep 2017
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