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Offline Donald Brasco

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« on: February 23, 2019, 07:57 AM »
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Offline Donald Brasco

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Re: Test
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2019, 09:44 AM »
Apologies for the test post. It was made with the intention of editing it shortly afterwards as a mechanism to successfully post what I had tried and failed to post directly, due to database errors showing up. Unfortunately the same errors showed up as soon as I tried to edit my test post yesterday, and only today have I overcome the issue.

So... my question was going to be whether anyone has tried the cheap supermarket own brand lime pickles? Tesco and Sainsbury’s both have them and the price is around half a similarly sized jar of Pataks.

I’m not sure whether to trust supermarket own brands for Indian food, or whether to play it safe with a known brand. As money is tight at the moment I prefer to ask rather than take a chance.
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Re: Test
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2019, 01:37 PM »
I don't like the own brands because they are almost universally pastes rather than chunks in a spicy sauce. That's how they reduce costs. Pataks lime pickle is often available on offer for £1 in one or other of the main supermarkets and their mango chutney is £1 from Iceland and some of the pound shops. I never pay full price. I stock up when a deal's on.
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