Wrights Bread Mix 500g - Mixed Grain 59p @ Aldi instore
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Wrights Bread Mix 500g - Mixed Grain 59p @ Aldi instore

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Found 12th Oct 2014
Been in my local Aldi, and Wrights Flour Mixed Grain Bread mix has been reduced down to 59 down from 69p the exact same retails in the other big four supermarkets for 90p so a a bargain and the bread is really nice too! I use it regularly in my bread machine!

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You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than this.

jase99

You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than … You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than this.


But this is for people who like to bake bread instead. And also like to control the amount of sugar /salt in it. Also freshly baked home bread is much nicer, in my opinion.

Original Poster

Freshly made bread at home with fresh hot jam. Fills the house up with nice smells and tastes much better than mass produced factory bread :-)

jase99

You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than … You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than this.



How fresh is a supermarket fresh loaf?

jh69

How fresh is a supermarket fresh loaf?



Some made from scratch and baked the same day one of these i know is morrisons. But most will be based the same day.

tomwenn

But this is for people who like to bake bread instead. And also like to … But this is for people who like to bake bread instead. And also like to control the amount of sugar /salt in it. Also freshly baked home bread is much nicer, in my opinion.



This is a packet of mix so i don't full understand the validity of your comment

jase99

This is a packet of mix so i don't full understand the validity of your … This is a packet of mix so i don't full understand the validity of your comment


Ignoring my oversight of the pre-mix i.e. salt and sugar, you understand that this product it for people who enjoy making their own bread, right? Most things you bake you can enjoy cheaper and easier pre-made. Some people enjoy baking, this is for them.

Banned

jh69

How fresh is a supermarket fresh loaf?



Pretty fresh if baked freshly on the premises and freshly put on the fresh shelves.

By the time youve baked it, it wont of cost 59p a loaf lol

We have used these Wrights mixes ourselves, but do not see them often in our local Aldi stores, great price, they really are great bread mixes.

Its not just about the price, but if you prefer squidgy bread then you will be better of buying ready sliced supermarket loaves.

The Wright's Ciabatta mix makes an excellent pizza base, 45 minutes in my bread machine, a bit of time to rise - passata, mozzarella, olives and mushrooms, into a hot oven. Delicious. Cheap too, cant be much more than £5 for family of four, and you wont find tastier pizzas outside of a pizzeria run by Italians.

jase99

You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than … You can buy a fresh loaf from most supermarkets for not much more than this.


The quality of the mix and not being full of preservatives make this far superior loaf.
500g is the flour weight. The final loaf will be 700g after water /fat added.
A 700g quality mixed grain loaf does not cost anywhere near 59p around here.
Add the fact that it would be fresh at home. No competition.

You know nothing and your comment was pointless

remainz

The quality of the mix and not being full of preservatives make this far … The quality of the mix and not being full of preservatives make this far superior loaf. 500g is the flour weight. The final loaf will be 700g after water /fat added. A 700g quality mixed grain loaf does not cost anywhere near 59p around here.Add the fact that it would be fresh at home. No competition. You know nothing and your comment was pointless



Was agreeing with you, however your last comment was unnecessary and makes you look stupid.

I bought some fancy 6 grain flour from Aldi for 79p the other day. It was reduced, I can't remember the brand but it was a small organic firm. Just made a loaf and it's lovely :-) Still another 4 loaf's worth too!

It's so much nicer to bake bread. It's still a hot deal even if a loaf IS cheaper, seeing as the bread mix is usually quute a bit more expensive than this.

I love Aldi, me.

not nationwide - still 69p in the seven kings store
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