isthatreduced wrote: »
I bought about 6kg of Smart price rice at 45p a kg(it has gone back up to 90p) I previously only bought Asda Basmati but it is now £3.60 for 2kg:eek: .
FelineFantastic wrote: »
Mrs M do you have a bagel recipe for us to try- I hope its fairly idiot proof!
RachelMK if you have eggs how about a crustless flan for lunches? Or i have dinner leftovers sometimes or make my own soup or tuna pasta salad or whatever and pasta salad depending on your freezer-- sorry I have lunch everyday and have a sandwich phobia! :rolleyes:
Need to update siggie- am aiming for no more needed this first week after veggie delivery tomorrow and have meal planned for all of July now- we have some comings and goings after that so it will be a bit more up and down and I want to save while I can *feels viruous*
Does anyone know if you can get the Frontline for cats without a prescription and if its cheaper?
MRSMCAWBER wrote: »
Ok its official im a numpty sorry EGON... yes i do have a bag of that flour in my cupboards... i got it when you told me about it before ...i have used some but i mixed it with dinkel (my fave word:p ) spelt flour to us Brits;) and one with sunflower seeds in.. will have to try it just as a plain white loaf next time... hubby loves good old white bread..
Do you find German bread more dense? is that why you like it? i haven't had any shop bread since i got here..but last time we were out here i used to buy some..and always love the huge range of seeded breads you can get ...
chocolateteddy wrote: »
You can buy frontline without a prescription but if you want frontline combo you will need to ask vet for a prescription (free of charge) The combo one stops the eggs hatching and keeps house clear as well the normal forntline just kills the fleas on cat. I buy all mine online thanks to a forum on here (try putting cheap pet resciprions in forums search at top of page-should come up with it)
I use www.vetuk.co.uk as when I ordered they were the cheapest but that will give you an idea of cost some charge p&p (for frontline I think it was free or very low) but they were quick for my cat food
Triggles wrote: »
I also don't know where the local Lidl's store is here, although I do know there is one! Have to find it, as I believe it's fairly close by!
OrkneyStar wrote: »
Lidl does a basmati rice, 10kg for £11.99, so £1.20 per kg- cheaper than the Asda basmati one.
Four million customers affected
Up to 1.7% fixed or 0.6% easy access
Flavourly newbies only (norm £70ish)