Resealable! Fridge Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce 1000g (1kg) for £1 at Poundworld
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Resealable! Fridge Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce 1000g (1kg) for £1 at Poundworld

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Found 17th Jan 2016
Resealable! Fridge Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce 1000g (1kg) for £1 at Poundworld.

This was at the West Croydon WhitGift Shopping Centre Branch of this Chain of Stores .. but I'm pretty sure its National.

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Which brand are these?
Probably a good price for resealable but Poundland do 4x300g (1.2kg) of Heinz Beans hotukdeals.com/dea…084
or 3 x 415g HP Beans (1.245kg)
poundland.co.uk/hp-…15g for £1.00
To me paying extra for resealable given you can buy more manageable size tins is like paying extra for pre-grated cheese or prepacked sliced veg etc.

OMG Resealable!

***buckmr2*** by buying the baked beans all ready in plastic tubs, means that you can ***for example** use 250g to do a beans on toast, then put the rest in the fridge.

You can't do that with a tin, as is with out consequences.
The plastic tubs when washed out have many uses. I don't drink coffee or use sugar, so one on my window sill for tea bags is perfectly good. Others here, I don't doubt could offer other uses

You can make a trumpet from the empty can..............or a megaphone.....just dont cut your @rse on the sharp edges.

or you could just pop the remains of your can of beans in an airtight container??

I know its a bit 'left field'.....

congrevecv

by buying the baked beans all ready in plastic tubs, means that you can … by buying the baked beans all ready in plastic tubs, means that you can ***for example** use 250g to do a beans on toast, then put the rest in the fridge.You can't do that with a tin, as is with out consequences


Just had beans on toast this morning out of a tin and put what was left in the tin in the fridge, without "consequences" as have millions of others before and since resealable bags came along.

Edited by: "buckm" 17th Jan 2016

Bargain. Very good price and the containers once empty are very useful. Hot

***buckmr2*** If I have to give you some education/ impart some maturity & wisdom.
As gollywood says he put the remains of his in an airtight container. A grand idea

As per above the plastic containers do not cause the food content to go off as quick as the open to the air & moisture tin.

The easy thing to do is tip some from the tin in to a plastic container and put a lid on top, and put them beside the ones in the open tin on the same fridge shelf.

You can then see for your self what the difference is. It might take up to 7 days to see any thing happen

Original Poster

Interesting deliberations ..... lol.

What if you dont like beans? Shock horror!

duvinrouge then wtf are you doing reading this thread

congrevecv

duvinrouge then wtf are you doing reading this thread


Lol

congrevecv

***buckmr2*** by buying the baked beans all ready in plastic tubs, means … ***buckmr2*** by buying the baked beans all ready in plastic tubs, means that you can ***for example** use 250g to do a beans on toast, then put the rest in the fridge.You can't do that with a tin, as is with out consequences.The plastic tubs when washed out have many uses. I don't drink coffee or use sugar, so one on my window sill for tea bags is perfectly good. Others here, I don't doubt could offer other uses


Oo-er, consequences. Generations have kept, and keep part used tins in the fridge. If you are really worried you can get reusable snap on lids for tins.

antenna

You can make a trumpet from the empty can..............or a … You can make a trumpet from the empty can..............or a megaphone.....just dont cut your @rse on the sharp edges.


Dare I ask, why you would have any musical instrument or plastic container near your butt?

***bordonman**** Do you read the sun? I am well aware that push on lids exist for metal tins. Fridges by their very nature have lots of moisture in side, when this is introduced to a metal surface it leads to such things as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal cramps, abdominal bloating, fever, headache, Cholstridium Botulinum

Wow , unbelievable I've never had "nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal cramps, abdominal bloating, fever, headache, Cholstridium Botulinum" by using an opened tin of beans from the fridge any time in the last 47 years.Go figure!

**buckmr2** because you know as well as the rest of us here, that keeping an open tin in a fridge for a day or two is a low risk. The possibility is, it is easy to put the tin in the fridge, then for perfectly good reason not use it with in a few days, that is when the above can develop ***NOW DO ONE***

congrevecv

**buckmr2** because you know as well as the rest of us here, that keeping … **buckmr2** because you know as well as the rest of us here, that keeping an open tin in a fridge for a day or two is a low risk. The possibility is, it is easy to put the tin in the fridge, then for perfectly good reason not use it with in a few days, that is when the above can develop ***NOW DO ONE***



To be fair, exactly that can happen in plastic container too, especially 1kg, if you don't use em in a week or so, you're at risk of entirely the same things

***IamWill*** it is the moisture/metal/ food acid that causes the food poisoning. I'm not trying to deceive any body here in to believing that using a plastic container will allow things to remain pristine forever and a day. Can we agree that a plastic container with a good lid keeps the food inside better for longer than a tin? I might also point out that containers like the one/s in this thread keep smells in to, so the whole fridge dose not pick up the smell of curry if it is in the fridge

congrevecv

**buckmr2** because you know as well as the rest of us here, that keeping … **buckmr2** because you know as well as the rest of us here, that keeping an open tin in a fridge for a day or two is a low risk. The possibility is, it is easy to put the tin in the fridge, then for perfectly good reason not use it with in a few days, that is when the above can develop ***NOW DO ONE***


Now do one what?

buckmr2 the term I used is a slang, how about asking google

I'd rather you explain it specifically for all of us who are wondering WTF you are drivelling on about




Edited by: "buckm" 17th Jan 2016

These work out much more expensive than buying tins, that stay fresh and take it no fridge room. So don't understand why ppl buy these. Cold.

Not Branston, so cold.

The mess in these shops http://s13.postimg.org/wesa6ezlz/poundworld.jpg

antenna

You can make a trumpet from the empty can..............or a … You can make a trumpet from the empty can..............or a megaphone.....just dont cut your @rse on the sharp edges.


Eh? How do you blow a trumpet? oO
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