AlwaysSmiling wrote: »
I think it is simply down to manners, there is enough reduced food to go around and when I see some people shield the reduced cabinet and literally snatch the food from the workers hands after the label has been placed on, I think that it is plain selfish. I too, have also seen people hang around the supermarket for at least an hour and give back an item for it to be cheaper! From experience of you want some food to be reduced, politeness will get you everywhere!
Bettie wrote: »
I was surprised how well mashed spuds turned out after freezing - thought they might go watery but they were as good as fresh. I wonder if it depends on the type of potatoes being used??
I've never tried freezing roast ones.
sams247 wrote: »
I agree, it is about attitude, I am a supporter of good manners anywhere, and I always think very little of people who shove, grab and are rude to shop workers.
Mothership - I can't believe someone 'stole' goods out of your trolley - what a nerve!
Mothership wrote: »
One RULE I always follow with reduced food if it's an OAP standing beside me looking for a few bargains I ALWAYS wait until they get what they want.
LittlePrincessAnge wrote: »
I've been thinking of doing that for sometime - making mashed potato's that is, does it freeze ok? & how do you do freeze roasties??
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