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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2012 9:30 am 
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Linda Mac sausages are £1 a box in Sainsbury's at the moment.
Almond Alpro is £1 a liter in Tesco.


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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:52 am 
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I need to go to sainsbury's obviously.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 11:03 am 
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The long life alpro almond milk and hazelnut sugary water were on sale for £3 for a pound in Sainsbury's too.

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The Alpro £1 for almond and hazelnut milk offer is on in Waitrose too for the next fortnight.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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The long life alpro almond milk and hazelnut sugary water were on sale for £3 for a pound in Sainsbury's too.
Three for three pounds, sorry.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Choccie Dodgers are half price in Sainsbugs

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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The West London Groupon today (Tuesday) is for Saf at Whole Foods.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 5:33 pm 
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vegan multivitamins are 50% off at H&B until mid-October.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:14 am 
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When I went to Saf a couple of weeks ago and saw their booking list; almost every single one was a groupon deal.

On a side note, I've not taken multivitamins regularly in 13 years of veganism - is it common place to?

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On a side note, I've not taken multivitamins regularly in 13 years of veganism - is it common place to?


around 20 years here and i've never needed to take them. occasionally tried a b vits, was prescribed vit d a couple of years ago and dabbled with vit c plus zinc but never regular or long term and to be honest i don't know if any of those i mentioned actually had any effect anyway.

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All the Vitamin E skin care range in Superdrug is reduced. I like the things I've tried from it quite a lot and it's great value at the moment.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Mr Flibble wrote:
When I went to Saf a couple of weeks ago and saw their booking list; almost every single one was a groupon deal.

On a side note, I've not taken multivitamins regularly in 13 years of veganism - is it common place to?
I take a b-vit, zinc and put vitamin C powder in my smoothies because it's delicious. Apart from keeping an eye on b-12 levels now and again, I don't think there's any *need* for it.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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Mr Flibble wrote:
On a side note, I've not taken multivitamins regularly in 13 years of veganism - is it common place to?

around 20 years here and i've never needed to take them. occasionally tried a b vits, was prescribed vit d a couple of years ago and dabbled with vit c plus zinc but never regular or long term and to be honest i don't know if any of those i mentioned actually had any effect anyway.

i just like to make sure all my bases are covered - some nutritional deficiencies (like B12) don't show noticeable symptoms for years.

also, women taking hormonal birth control are strongly encouraged to supplement.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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I take multi-vitamins, but I have a thing that makes me not absorb stuff from my food so well. I really need to get a vegan D vitamin, as my Dr wanted to prescribe me D3, but I can't find them in any actual shops.

Anyway, the point of coming into this thread was to say that Lindas are £1 in Co-op right now.

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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£3 for 3 Alpro "fresh" soy, hazelnut and almond milks and 3 for 2 Cauldron stuff at Sainsbury's!

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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
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EmperorTomatoKetchup wrote:
xherbivorex wrote:
Mr Flibble wrote:
On a side note, I've not taken multivitamins regularly in 13 years of veganism - is it common place to?

around 20 years here and i've never needed to take them. occasionally tried a b vits, was prescribed vit d a couple of years ago and dabbled with vit c plus zinc but never regular or long term and to be honest i don't know if any of those i mentioned actually had any effect anyway.

i just like to make sure all my bases are covered - some nutritional deficiencies (like B12) don't show noticeable symptoms for years.

also, women taking hormonal birth control are strongly encouraged to supplement.

Also, b12-deficancy will occur if one doesn't take their b12-supplements, and the effects are pretty nasty once they show up (and by that time, it's too late).


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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 12:45 pm 
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I don't know if this is just online or in store, and it's not marked as a special offer, but Rekorderlig winter cider (which is so so good) is £1.75 per bottle at Sainsbury's.

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Another bogo 1/2 off sale at H&B! I just bulk bought Bear fruit yo-yos (so good) and vitamins!

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Jus Rol refrigerated pastries (well, for sure the puff pastry) is buy one get one free at Tesco.

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Jus Rol refrigerated pastries (well, for sure the puff pastry) is buy one get one free at Tesco.


...and the whole range is half price in Sainsburys.

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Co-op are selling off their Christmas puddings now. 454g for 88p, or £1.50 for the Truly Irresistible ones (or £2.75 for ones twice that size!). I bought a lot, as someone on another board has a tip about making them into ice-pops mixed with Alpro custard, and they'll keep until Spring 2014 anyway.

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Sainsbury's has a bunch of Sharwood's stuff, including their straight-to-wok noodles, on sale 3 for £3. They have 3 varieties of noodles, so I got a pack of each! They're the best when you're too lazy to even get out a pot and boil some soba noodles for 5 minutes. Actually, they're great for us because Mike likes the fine noodles, and I like the thicker noodles and the flat noodles.

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Just got an email about a 10% sale off nakd bars
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Sainsburys are selling their big bags of Christmas nuts at crazy reduced prices, 350g brazil nuts for 45p and their canned pulses in water are 4 for £2. The brazil nuts I got were dated March 2013.


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