Tesco Potatoes 1.75Kg for £1 @Tesco Online and In-Store
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Tesco Potatoes 1.75Kg for £1 @Tesco Online and In-Store

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Found 24th JanEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Tesco's Finest All-Rounder Potatoes 1.75Kg for £1 - usually sells for £2, valid till the 30th of this month.

Works out at roughly 57p a kg - thats cheaper than any I could find with any of the supermarkets.

Hope it helps someone.
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Love these potatoes because they actually taste of something.
What variety are they?
qbs6 m ago

What variety are they?


All it says on their website is "Tesco Finest All-Rounder Potatoes" whatever that means
I've got my eyes on this deal, cheers spuddy
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qbs1 h, 46 m ago

What variety are they?


Spudulike.
matwalaboy2 h, 34 m ago

All it says on their website is "Tesco Finest All-Rounder Potatoes" …All it says on their website is "Tesco Finest All-Rounder Potatoes" whatever that means


Yes. I saw that. I was hoping you'd be able to get the variety off the bag.
fukd55 m ago

Spudulike.


Sadly, most modern varieties fall into the category of 'wouldn't bother'. Gone are the days of good spuds.
Sad to say, I know that the variety of these spuds is 'Georgina'.

They are very tasty - more waxy rather as opposed to floury, however. I'm a fan.

Another really good potato is 'Anabelle' which Lidl often sell. These are new potatoes and well worth a try if you ever see them.

Spud snob signing out.
Edited by: "Throbbo" 24th Jan
Throbbo2 h, 2 m ago

Sad to say, I know that the variety of these spuds is 'Georgina'. They are …Sad to say, I know that the variety of these spuds is 'Georgina'. They are very tasty - more waxy rather as opposed to floury, however. I'm a fan.Another really good potato is 'Anabelle' which Lidl often sell. These are new potatoes and well worth a try if you ever see them.Spud snob signing out.


More Frankenstein potatoes of dubious parentage. The modern day demand of smooth skinned, white fleshed, even sized, easily processed and largely flavourless potatoes continues unabated . I remember when the Maris varieties first emerged. They were terrible compared to more common established varieties (all of which, you can no longer get) yet now, Maris Piper is one of the least worst (I refuse to say better).

Even bigger spud snob.
Well, these certainly do taste pretty good in general. Have to say, the ones grown in Israel seem to taste better than those grown in the UK! I've had both types from Tesco, though I do generally try to buy UK spuds.
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