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    Quote Originally Posted by Beej View Post
    I remember that well avstar, I don't think pumpkins were available in those days. I always thought a swede was a turnip, until I got married and my DH thought I was so ignorant for not knowing the difference.
    Haha glad we weren't the only ones with whiffy swede lanterns

    I think swede is orange and turnip flesh is white...both stink
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    copied from MSE yet again

    Starting Sunday.24th January

    Celery stick 29p
    Tomatoes 6 pack 39p
    Mild Onion 3 pack 39p
    Sweet potatoes 600gms 39p
    Yellow Melon 69p
    Green apples 6 pack 59p

    Starting a week Sunday the 31st January

    Punnet Kiwi fruit 39p
    Bagged pears 59p
    Leeks 39p
    Carrots( the sweet ones ) 39p
    Broccoli 49p
    Potatoes 5kg 69p

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie123 View Post
    copied from MSE yet again

    Starting Sunday.24th January

    Celery stick 29p
    Tomatoes 6 pack 39p
    Mild Onion 3 pack 39p
    Sweet potatoes 600gms 39p
    Yellow Melon 69p
    Green apples 6 pack 59p

    Starting a week Sunday the 31st January

    Punnet Kiwi fruit 39p
    Bagged pears 59p
    Leeks 39p
    Carrots( the sweet ones ) 39p
    Broccoli 49p
    Potatoes 5kg 69p
    Thanks Charlie have a rep. I'm low carbing at the mo and all veg I'm buying is costing a freakin fortune Will have to give the potatoes & carrots a miss tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by avstar View Post
    Thanks Charlie have a rep. I'm low carbing at the mo and all veg I'm buying is costing a freakin fortune Will have to give the potatoes & carrots a miss tho
    And me I seem to be living on leeks, cauliflower and cabbage

    Charlie, thank you for posting. I will be stocking up on leeks
    Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mistery, Today is a gift and that is why it is called the PRESENT by kung fu panda

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    Quote Originally Posted by newish2this View Post
    And me I seem to be living on leeks, cauliflower and cabbage

    Charlie, thank you for posting. I will be stocking up on leeks
    Yeah low carbers of Aldi unite!

    Glad Im not alone newish and hope its gong well for you

    Made a shepherds pie the other day - normal for family and a special one for me, cauli covered in cheese instead of potato, was lush!
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    Quote Originally Posted by avstar View Post
    Yeah low carbers of Aldi unite!

    Glad Im not alone newish and hope its gong well for you

    Made a shepherds pie the other day - normal for family and a special one for me, cauli covered in cheese instead of potato, was lush!
    Yeah I make that too but I give it to the family with cauli mash . I just add a few new potatos to the side for the kiddies and DH
    Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mistery, Today is a gift and that is why it is called the PRESENT by kung fu panda

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    The Aldi Super Six fruit and veg offers for the week beginning 31st January will be:

    Kiwi fruit (punnet) 39p
    Leeks 39p
    Chantenay carrots 39p
    Broccoli 49p
    Bag of pears 59p
    5kg bag of potatoes 69p
    Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mistery, Today is a gift and that is why it is called the PRESENT by kung fu panda

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    No Aldi near me but one due to open in the town this Spring - can't wait for it especially as Waitrose stopped taking coupons without buying the goods today!

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    2.5 kg baking potatoes 49p
    6 large tomatoes on the vine 49p
    suede 29p
    Sprouts 39p
    pack of plums 49p
    bag of conference pears 49p
    Strwaberries 79p
    Packs of grapes red/white seedless 99p ( Red were from argentina and very tasty )
    onions 49p pack
    fun size apples 49p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donpacifico View Post
    2.5 kg baking potatoes 49p
    6 large tomatoes on the vine 49p
    suede 29p
    Sprouts 39p
    pack of plums 49p
    bag of conference pears 49p
    Strwaberries 79p
    Packs of grapes red/white seedless 99p ( Red were from argentina and very tasty )
    onions 49p pack
    fun size apples 49p
    I want some suede for 29p Sorry dom couldnt resist - should that be swede?

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