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British grown fruit trees, about 2m tall, £9.99 each in Aldi
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Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Aldi has a range of fruit trees in store, including different varieties of apples, pears and cherries. It's great to plant a tree or trees in your garden, as they provide a home f… Read more
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Sophiasky3 h, 55 m ago

I bought a plum tree from Aldi about two years ago now. It said that it …I bought a plum tree from Aldi about two years ago now. It said that it would grow to no more than 7ft tall, but now I'd say it is just over 14ft tall. Is it ok to prune a plum tree back and if so, what is the best time to do it and how far should it be pruned back? Thank you.


14ft is probably as tall as it will grow, so does it need to be pruned?

Here is some advice: gardenfocused.co.uk/fru…php
I bought a plum tree from Aldi about two years ago now. It said that it would grow to no more than 7ft tall, but now I'd say it is just over 14ft tall. Is it ok to prune a plum tree back and if so, what is the best time to do it and how far should it be pruned back? Thank you.
Had a look this morning, have some excellent native British vairities, a lot of them are self pollinating. Great find.
Although it says British Grown any idea what variety the various trees are?
Will keep an eye out - thanks
Snapple 12x473ml Fruit punch flavour £4.76 at Costco
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Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Snapple is the greatest fruit drink ever and at this price you'll want to stock up. Seen at Costco Cardiff. Works out at 39p a bottle.
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HutchAW1 h, 23 m ago

Nice find @cardiffblogger, thanks for sharing.Hopefully a national price, …Nice find @cardiffblogger, thanks for sharing.Hopefully a national price, but either way - good value


Probably not worth a special trip as any pre vat price ending in 7p is clearance and normally store specific but worth checking if going and you need some.
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Nice find @cardiffblogger, thanks for sharing.

Hopefully a national price, but either way - good value
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut Bar, 200g (Pack of 6) @ Amazon - £9 (Prime Exclusive)
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Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Cadbury's deliciously creamy milk chocolate with dried grapes and chopped almonds. Made with a Glass and a Half of fresh milk. Large 200g bar - perfect for sharing with the whole f… Read more
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tightar5e53 m ago

Isn't that just Aericanisation of Raisin? Maybe there is a slight process …Isn't that just Aericanisation of Raisin? Maybe there is a slight process difference, i.e. like the.difference between sultanas and raisins / sultanas use veg oil in drying process, raisins are dried naturally, but they are still dried grapes. Maybe it's Raisins are sundried, and for 'dried grapes',Cadbury's use Mechanical drying, in microwaves.


The word ‘raisin’ has a very specific and distinct definition. Dried grapes doesn’t and it’s a cheaper ingredient as always with American owned companies. Sod the quality - make everything as cheap as possible. The own brands still mostly use raisins - simple option then
solid58 m ago

Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination …Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination


au contraire
Newbold5 h, 15 m ago

Cadbury's just make junk these days - almost any own brand (but …Cadbury's just make junk these days - almost any own brand (but particularly Aldi and Lidl) is better than this stuff.They've even ditched the raisins for the much cheaper 'dried grapes' now to increase their sordid profits.


Isn't that just Americanisation.of Raisin? Maybe there is a slight process difference, i.e. like the.difference between sultanas and raisins / sultanas use veg oil in drying process, raisins are dried naturally, but they are still dried grapes. Maybe it's Raisins are sundried, and for 'dried grapes',Cadbury's use Mechanical drying, in microwaves.
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solid48 m ago

Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination …Heat, but be honest, everyone prefers 'whole nut' over this abomination


Everyone???
Not i
Cadbury's just make junk these days - almost any own brand (but particularly Aldi and Lidl) is better than this stuff.

They've even ditched the raisins for the much cheaper 'dried grapes' now to increase their sordid profits.
Fruit Heroz, from 59p, but currently free (for 7 day's), at Google Play
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Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Fruit Heroz, from 59p, but currently free (for 7 day's), at Google Play. Not World shattering for everyone perhaps?, but may prove very useful to some. :-) Deal link: https://p… Read more
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NotoriousC2 h, 46 m ago

The way you phrase these deal titles makes me want to smash my face off a …The way you phrase these deal titles makes me want to smash my face off a wall.


It must be nice to know that they are just a few normal people like you in the World, huh?.

Well done ...

Ps.
Don't be a Deal stranger (literally).
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Pootled7th Feb

Nice spot.


Thanx, your welcome. :-)
Nice spot.
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Kelloggs Crunchy Nut Chocolate/Fruit Oat Granola 380G £1.49 Tesco
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Kelloggs Crunchy Nut Chocolate/Fruit Oat Granola 380G £1.49 Tesco
wirly5th Feb

Nothing like a wedge of Palm oil for breakfast....


Very interesting......try posting a deal
I do like these good price too
Nothing like a wedge of Palm oil for breakfast....
Promotion finishes 6/2/18
380g sorry cold
Vegas Party SWITCH £14.85 @ Base (pre-order)
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Pre-order , Due for release on 02/03/2018. Is £19.99 on Amazon, under 15 quid though at Base. The game takes the player into the gambling-friendly universe of this over-the-top v… Read more
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I agree the game looks crap. Never played it before on any other format.
captainjack1 h, 12 m ago

Aye have to wholeheartedly agree with you - this machine isnt intended for …Aye have to wholeheartedly agree with you - this machine isnt intended for me.Lol@Metacritic - hard to find fault with that argument.Apologies for not being a paid reviewer - the profession (playing games) is attractive - the salary not so much hence why I didnt become a professional writer reviewing games but did start in the days of Atari, Game & Watch - so been around. Been lucky to own every single console to date inc. Neo Geo when launched! Damn those cartridges were criminally priced. 1 thing that does annoy me about all reviewers is the majority dont pay for the games/goods they review so that does impact the overall review if you ask me as someone that pays full whack for release titles so I want a genuine value for the money/ROI - hence the longetivity. That being said, I do agree with 80% of metacritic reviews but they tend to be movie orientated. Guess I'm a Rockstar gamer since GTA came onto the scene and cute and cuddly wears thin quickly after my APB!Imagine Manhunt on the Switch!


Manhunt made it on the Wii, so you never know.

And yes reviewers probably don't pay for titles that's true, but it is the same across all platforms and that balances out any metacritic skew in that regard.

Plus with all the loot boxes in games now, I'm pretty sure reviewers don't get those free!
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Meshen4 m ago

Personally I'm glad to see Wii U games coming across. Considering the user …Personally I'm glad to see Wii U games coming across. Considering the user base for the Switch has grown to be higher than that of the Wii U in just 10 months it makes perfect sense to do this, but there's also a good amount of exclusives considering that it's still a new system. Mario Odyssey, Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Golf Story have been more than enough to keep me busy in between enjoying the novelty playing some old favourites such as Puyo Puyo Tetris, Steamworld Dig and Doom on a portable system. This has been as good a console launch as any in recent memory in my opinion, with the only drawback being a couple of shoddy third party ports, Nintendo's poor online infrastructure and the delay in launching apps that should really be standard by now such as Netflix and YouTube.


Wii U probably didnt sell well because more of the same? I dont know as same argument can be used for PS4 Pro & Xbox One X I guess - incremental hardware upgrades for better graphics as all games must run on their lower counterparts. Releasing Wii U titles on the switch doesnt do anything for Wii u owners unless you want to relive the title again on the loo!
cactusbrandy42 m ago

If you say so, but you're moving the goalposts again with a requirement of …If you say so, but you're moving the goalposts again with a requirement of "quality and longevity". Your opinion is valid, but Metacritic disagrees with you.I know which one I trust more, if forced to choose.Sounds like you're not happy with the Switch, where a lot of people in fact are - user-base of Metacritic included. Compare the same time frame with either the PS4 or Xbox One, and I think you'll find that Nintendo have more "hits" like-for-like in their first year.Bringing across WiiU games makes sense, when hardly anyone had one and got to experience a good portion of great titles on a flawed machine. (I had a WiiU but didn't keep it long for reasons). Both Sony and MS port across in one way or another, but with a wider dev base, have more opportunities for unique IPs - yet the HD remasters/re-releases don't seem to get the same grief as Nintendo.Maybe you're not the intended audience for this console? One thing we can agree on - shovelware is a scourge on any system!


Aye have to wholeheartedly agree with you - this machine isnt intended for me.

Lol@Metacritic - hard to find fault with that argument.

Apologies for not being a paid reviewer - the profession (playing games) is attractive - the salary not so much hence why I didnt become a professional writer reviewing games but did start in the days of Atari, Game & Watch - so been around. Been lucky to own every single console to date inc. Neo Geo when launched! Damn those cartridges were criminally priced.

1 thing that does annoy me about all reviewers is the majority dont pay for the games/goods they review so that does impact the overall review if you ask me as someone that pays full whack for release titles so I want a genuine value for the money/ROI - hence the longetivity. That being said, I do agree with 80% of metacritic reviews but they tend to be movie orientated. Guess I'm a Rockstar gamer since GTA came onto the scene and cute and cuddly wears thin quickly after my APB!

Imagine Manhunt on the Switch!
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captainjack2 h, 28 m ago

Def. not high rated - stating the overall quality & longevity of the games …Def. not high rated - stating the overall quality & longevity of the games on the Switch just isnt there and working on re-releasing material that has been proven a success on other consoles is playing it extremely safe - if thats the gameplan then release some more adult orientated games this time. This is a console that has been limited in its abilites (online, streaming, browsing) and then focuses on releasing re-releases or back catalogues from consoles of yesteryear. Most gamers that are in the hardcore category, paying close to twice as much whats its retailing for on more powerful consoles is frustrating. The choice of games maybe there but quality choice? Absolutely not.


Personally I'm glad to see Wii U games coming across. Considering the user base for the Switch has grown to be higher than that of the Wii U in just 10 months it makes perfect sense to do this, but there's also a good amount of exclusives considering that it's still a new system. Mario Odyssey, Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Golf Story have been more than enough to keep me busy in between enjoying the novelty playing some old favourites such as Puyo Puyo Tetris, Steamworld Dig and Doom on a portable system. This has been as good a console launch as any in recent memory in my opinion, with the only drawback being a couple of shoddy third party ports, Nintendo's poor online infrastructure and the delay in launching apps that should really be standard by now such as Netflix and YouTube.
300g bar of Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut - Tesco for £2
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Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
Just been on a shopping expedition to Tescos where I found these just waiting for me. Normally 200g but 50% extra chocolaty goodness. Good luck finding one that hasn't been brok… Read more
fiqqer16 h, 48 m ago

Yes I had a look at the ingredients last night and it seems to have …Yes I had a look at the ingredients last night and it seems to have reverted to the same ingredients used before Mondolez messed around with the recipe - which I suppose is what their glass and a half promotion is all about. I guess they found out that the UK did not like the rubbish they were misselling as chocolate.The ingredients are very different from similar bars but without the glass and a half branding on the packet.

Could also be the fact that Cadbury"s sales were down 10% last year.

May have finally got the hint that us Brits don't like their favourite chocolate brand fiddled with.​
fiqqer5 h, 37 m ago

Yes I had a look at the ingredients last night and it seems to have …Yes I had a look at the ingredients last night and it seems to have reverted to the same ingredients used before Mondolez messed around with the recipe - which I suppose is what their glass and a half promotion is all about. I guess they found out that the UK did not like their the rubbish they were misselling as chocolate.The ingredients are very different from similar bars but without the glass and a half branding on the packet.


The 200g ones are still made in Britain so I assume the 300g ones are too.

The 100g bars are the ones to avoid, made in Poland I think, don't taste the same to me.
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fablanta8 h, 21 m ago

I can't see anything too bad in the ingredients list for this bar (no …I can't see anything too bad in the ingredients list for this bar (no separate listing for soy or glucose/fructose) although I was surprised to see that, in this day and age, it is 54% sugar. I do buy Aldi milk chocolate as well but for me it's a little too dark. Saying that though their, Dairyfine Hazelnut Spirals, are lovely.



True, but: HFCS and artificial sweetners DO constitute ingredients in other Cadburies brands, roses etc. It can even be found in supposidely quality brands such as Thorntons...

Cadburies dairy milk has a minimum 20% milk solids...Looking at the order of ingredients then, palm oil would have to be not far off 20% either.

Palm oil replaced cocoa butter, because it is much cheaper, thanks to Nestle. Chocolate is not the same, being mostly highly sweetened vegetable oil.

"Cocoa butter, also called theobroma oil, is a pale-yellow, edible vegetable fat extracted from the cocoa bean. It is used to make chocolate, as well as some ointments, toiletries, and pharmaceuticals.[2] Cocoa butter has a cocoa flavor and aroma.[3] Its best-known attribute is its melting point, which is just below human body temperature".
Edited by: "scottswaha" 31st Jan
fablanta13 h, 55 m ago

I can't see anything too bad in the ingredients list for this bar (no …I can't see anything too bad in the ingredients list for this bar (no separate listing for soy or glucose/fructose) although I was surprised to see that, in this day and age, it is 54% sugar. I do buy Aldi milk chocolate as well but for me it's a little too dark. Saying that though their, Dairyfine Hazelnut Spirals, are lovely.



Yes I had a look at the ingredients last night and it seems to have reverted to the same ingredients used before Mondolez messed around with the recipe - which I suppose is what their glass and a half promotion is all about.

I guess they found out that the UK did not like the rubbish they were misselling as chocolate.

The ingredients are very different from similar bars but without the glass and a half branding on the packet.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 31st Jan
Love fruit and nut... thanks OP will check my local...
Aldi Super 6 Thursday 1st - Wednesday 14th of February
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Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
New Super 6 at Aldi from Thursday 1st of February until Wednesday 14th of February Plums 400g - 59p Mini Pears 5 Pack - 59p Lemons 450g - 59p Limes 5 Pack - 89p Easy Peelers 600g … Read more
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I don't rate some Aldi fruit .Out of season plums are often old ,and their oranges are often dry and bitter . Obviously most produce has been in cold storage .Lemons and bananas are okay .Morrison's produce goes off quicker but the quality is much better .I can't say Aldi is a draw for me these days due to rising prices and variable quality of their produce .
In asda the blueberries were 'on offer' for £1, so I think these are competitively priced. Maybe people could enlighten me as to where the blueberries can be found at a better price?
COLD. No good deals here and really blueberries prices have been rising a lot in Aldi and staying the same in other stores 🤣
One day the public and most hukd ers will wake up and realise the lidl and aldi deals are no longer anything special.
Regal Fruit Juices 63p instore @ Tesco
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Regal Fruit Juices Mango Fruit Juice Guava Fruit Juice in tesco in store only
Bargain! Will check to see if it’s that price in my local
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Tesco Finchley Central
Wich Tesco because online is £2
Thats a great price for what i thought was a nice fruit drink,I bought the mango one in Asda a few months back and i think i paid £2 + for it then .Thanks for the posting, shall be getting a couple tomorrow if that price in our Tesco.One thing i will say was its quite a thick drink almost a smoothie so for me not really a breakfast juice drink.
FREE delivery on Thompson & Morgan's entire range of flowers, plants, seeds, bulbs, shrubs, trees, fruit and vegetables
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FREE delivery on Thompson & Morgan's entire range of flowers, plants, seeds, bulbs, shrubs, trees, fruit and vegetables.
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Anybody else having trouble with the offer. If I add the tomato "supersweet" offer to my order it adds 1.95 p&p. If I remove it then the p&p goes. It therefore makes those tomatoes 2.20!!!!
Used to use Tesco vouchers with T&M. then they stopped offering the x4 altogether. Was gutted. Probably tesco to blame
as long as you don't mind 6 tonnes of junk mail to your front door... Thompson & Morgan's sell your details big time..


Need to offer a lot more than that,...
Thanks for Posting looks good
4 Pack of Orange and Passionfruit J2Os £1.25 in Asda - Sutton in Ashfield
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Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
In Asda (Sutton in Ashfield) they have 4 packs of Orange and Passionfruit J2Os reduced to just £1.25. This is the shelf price, not a redcued sticker. It's only this flavour that is… Read more
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Used to be nuts about these but then realised how unhealthy they are and how overpriced too.
Water , Fruit Juices from Concentrate (Orange 20%, Passion Fruit 4%) , Orange Fruit from Concentrate (9%) , Sugar , Acid (Citric Acid) , Stabiliser (Pectin) , Flavourings , Preservative (Potassium Sorbate) , Colour (Anthocyanins) , Antioxidant (Ascorbic Acid) , Sweetener (Sucralose) .

I would not touch this if they were paying me!

Please investigate what sort of water is in it. Are you aware of the effects of Sucralose and Sugar (industrial sugar) on human body?

Please, please drink natural orange juice only.
I've always wondered if an orange was named after its colour or if the colour orange was named after the fruit....
Very refreshing drinks, however never knew how much sugar was in them. Perhaps sometimes you should read the labels.
I used to drink these a lot,I stopped buying them when I realised how many spoonfuls of sugar is in each bottle.a real pity though 🙈
Robinsons Real Fruit Orange 2 Litres, and Robinsons Real Fruit​ Blackcurrant 2 Litres, currently on a 2 for £3!, at Farmfoods
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Robinsons Real Fruit Orange 2 Litres, and Robinsons Real Fruit Blackcurrant 2 Litres, currently on a 2 for £3!, at Farmfoods. So that's 2 x 2 Litres of Robinsons Real Fruit Juice … Read more
I would go for fresh not from concentrate made juice
Real aspartame. Yaay!
Soreen Malt Loaf 260g - Fruity - Banana and Chocolate all 3 Reduced to 60p Each @ Tesco
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All 3 have been reduced to 60p @ Tesco Offer valid from 16/01/2018 until 05/02/2018 Fruity Banana Chocolate
Tesco have this deal every now and again, I go and stock up...
Just spotted today, the original(yellow) was dated 15/3..the chocolate were 15/2..
Anyone any comments on to toast, or not to toast malt loaf??
Cheapest Malt I've ever seen.
Morrisons currently have the choc and the fruit one @50p for the 190g....so this is a steal!
Cashew nuts 225g £1 Morrison’s online plus chocolate fruit and nut selection 225g  £1
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Cashew nuts 225 g £1 The best chocolate fruit and nut selection 225 g £1 https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Morrisons-The-Best-Chocolate-Fruit--Nut-Selection/3864… Read more
Are they salted
Bless you
Cr0m51 m ago

These don't have any vitamin A. Useless, don't buy them.


Nice with carrots.
Looking tasty
Twinings and Tetley 20 pack Fruit Tea Bags now £1 @ Asda - various flavours see below
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Rolback from £1.79 and £1.69 to £1 Twinings Blackcurrant & Blueberry Mango & Strawberry Spiced Ginger Cranberry & Blood Orange Cranberry & Raspberry Strawberry &a… Read more
Are these ones individually wrapped?
They had mint green tea also this price last week but I am the person that clears the shelf when it's £1. I bought 10 boxes heat added op
naturelwipes (98.7% Water), Plus Natural Fruit Extract, 0% Parabens/Menthol/Phenoxyethanol/Perfume, 60 Wipes, In Store, £1 @ Poundland
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Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Found in Argyle Street, Glasgow earlier, at the Baby section. Not sure who makes these, can't find much about them on the internet either! Not quite the same as WaterWipes' 99.9% … Read more
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Argyle Street, Glasgow had the Naturelwipes in tonight...

*Edit: Oops, actually, it does have an ingredient list, I can see it now I've zoomed in!! (blame my bad eyesight!!):

Ingredients: Aqua, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citrus Grandus Seed Extract, Citric Acid.
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Haven't been in this store a while with my phone/camera on me, had a peek yesterday and they were all gone (was going to take a picture of the ingredients list). Will add a photo, if/when I can
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Mujibear2 m ago

Huggies pure may be 99% water but the other 1% is still full of chemicals. …Huggies pure may be 99% water but the other 1% is still full of chemicals. Water wipes are more expensive but definitely the “purest”.



Yeah, that's kinda what I'm thinking..I wonder what the other 1.7% is made up of? I'll take a decent close-up picture of the ingredient list next time I pass (assuming they're still in my Poundland(s)).
Huggies pure may be 99% water but the other 1% is still full of chemicals.

Water wipes are more expensive but definitely the “purest”.
Would be good but would need to see the full list of ingredients. I buy water wipes but really don’t like paying full price for them! Love that they have literally 2 natural ingredients though, rather than chemical after chemical.
Apples reduced to clear in store at Tesco for 1p each
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Sorry for this, but I just wanted to share this, as it was amazing! As I was scanning them, and happily counting them, when one lady jumped next to me and started to separate them … Read more
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Hahaha! I didn't expect any attention from those Thanks guys!
So I washed the wax off the apples with hot water, than peeled them, cored them, diced them with my meat grinder with dicing attachment, and turned them into delicious jam! Few of them went to friends, and couple to a cake. In my mind, I saved loads of money! I know that no one else can get this, but wanted to share anyway! Thanks!33104450-plF1M.jpg33104450-gHUue.jpg33104450-Ux28l.jpg33104450-x2ld3.jpg
LeahsMintytoutou9 h, 2 m ago

Heard of washing? It's a process using water to clean things (or …Heard of washing? It's a process using water to clean things (or yourself). I hope you know that fruit in the majority of cases has been sprayed with alsorts during the growing and cultivation process. Using a droplet of oil on a piece of sponge or kitchen roll just where the sticker is is hardly going to submerge the apple in oil.I find people give them a rub down with a piece of kitchen roll before eating


so to eat this cheap apple I now need a sponge, kitchen roll, oil and hot water.

WOW they spray crops with liquorice allsorts during the cultivation process (growing) but what if it is not in the majority but the minority what then pray tell (actually don't bother )
thomasleep8 h, 34 m ago

yummy apple and oil


Heard of washing? It's a process using water to clean things (or yourself). I hope you know that fruit in the majority of cases has been sprayed with alsorts during the growing and cultivation process. Using a droplet of oil on a piece of sponge or kitchen roll just where the sticker is is hardly going to submerge the apple in oil.I find people give them a rub down with a piece of kitchen roll before eating
Probably costs them more to print the stupid label and pay staff to stick them on, heaven forbid they just gave them away
theatrical15 h, 21 m ago

The odds of finding these is 1 in 1,411 ... not wasting my time .. cold …The odds of finding these is 1 in 1,411 ... not wasting my time .. cold vote from me


Don't forget to factor in customers who like apples and the amount of hours they will be on the shelf before they chuck them
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