I've always had an eye for a bargain. This has been honed even more so in the eight years since I was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease.
Shopping for gluten and wheat free food is a hassle at the best of times - not to mention the trouble with gluten free prescriptions - and one of my bugbears is the fact that most supermarkets reduce the price of their free from food incrementally, rather than sensibly! This means that the best you can often hope for is to pay about £1.50 for an item near its sell by / use by date, rather than £2 to £3. It's a rare thing indeed to find gluten and wheat free goodies for mere pence.
That was until I found this great haul in Morrisons this evening.
|Over ten quids worth of gluten and wheat free food - for just £1.16. Lovely stuff|
There were also some bagels and another loaf of artisan bread in the reduced section, but I'm not greedy so left them for some other poor Coeliac to pick up.
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