expired ½ Price Specials: Grain Waves 175g $1.84, Twisties 90g $0.92, Fountain Sauce 2L $3, Pepsi 24x 375ml $9.90 @ Woolworths 26/10

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Half-Price or Better:
Cadbury Share Packs $2.30
Cadbury Favourites 540g $9.50
Nestle Choc Melts 290g $1.92
Betty Crocker Baking Mixes $2.60
CC's Corn Chips 175g $1.60
Grain Waves 175g $1.84
Thins Chips 175g $1.60
Twisties 90g $0.92
Pepsi, Solo or Schweppes Can Varieties 24 x 375ml $9.90
Belvita Breakfast Biscuits 300g $2
Weet-Bix Go Breakfast Biscuit 250g 5pk $2.24
Frantelle Water 12x 600ml $3
Arnott's Salada 250g $1.50
Gatorade Sports Drink 1L $2
Fountain Sauce 2L $3
Zafarelli Pasta 500g $0.97
Street Kitchen Indian Simmer Sauce 255g $2.25
Golden Circle Sliced Beetroot 450g or Corn Kernels 410g $0.82
Four’n Twenty Angus Pies 760g 4pk $4
The Natural Confectionery Company or Bulla Everyday Multi Packs Pk 6-14 $3
Danish Fetta – From the Deli $7.49/kg
Imported Freshwater Basa Fillets $5.49/kg

Jergens Skin Firming Moisturiser 400ml $4.99
Head & Shoulders Shampoo or Conditioner 350-400ml $6.25
Rimmel Wonder’full Wake Me Up Mascara 11ml $9.47
Rimmel Lasting Finish Foundation SPF20+ 30ml $9.47
Rimmel The Only One Lipstick 3.4g $7.97
Oral B Vitality Precision Clean Power Toothbrush $24.99
Oral B Pro Health Toothpaste 145g $2.99
Swisse Vitamins eg Ultivite Multivitamin Pk 120 $28.50
Dove Deodorants 150g/250ml $3.50

Earth Choice Laundry Liquid 1L $3.55
Earth Choice Fabric Softener 1L $2.99
Earth Choice Laundry Powder 1kg $3.49
Earth Choice Pre-wash Stain Remover 400ml $2
Morning Fresh Dishwashing Liquid 900ml $3.45

Optus 4G ZTE ZIP $29.50

All Bonds eg Bonds Women’s or Men’s Low Cut Socks 3 Pk $7

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    Wow Twisties on special, that's a surprise!

  • +12 votes

    Now I see this after finishing my table!

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    dont they have Pepsi Next in cans any more?

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    Warning, the sauce seems cheap but it takes up a lot of space in your fridge.

    • +2 votes

      You keep sauce in the fridge?

      • +1 vote

        Hopefully it does say refrigerate after opening… otherwise what are we eating?

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          They contain preservatives. No way do you need to keep it in the fridge.

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          @sween64: So why would they say to "refrigerate after opening" on the bottle then?

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          @28Degrees: No idea. Also there's a heap of salt as well (as a natural preservative)!

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          @sween64: I opened a bottle of sauce and kept it out for months and it stayed good

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          @sween64: Depends on the Sauce, and your local climatic conditions. While I highly doubt they will go 'off' due to their acidity, I've noticed a reasonable degradation in quality / taste when kept opened in a room that gets to the high 30's / mid 40's when the place is locked up during the day. Probably a moot point if you consume it fast enough, but if it takes many months, it definitely makes a difference.

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        There are two schools of thought on this - one for 'sauce in the pantry' and one for 'sauce in the fridge'.
        Same with/out pineapple on pizza.
        If you learn one thing from this season of the Bachelorette it would be these two truths of how the world is divided…

        • +4 votes

          I'd rather be guided by scientists (especially microbiologists) than reality TV when it comes to my health.

          It's not just about personal preferences or habit, but that keeps us doing what we've always done, even though things have changed.

          Sauces used to contain larger quantities of salt, preservative, etc to prolong shelf life without refrigeration. As my old Grandmother would say - we never had expiry dates on food in my day - which explained ancient boxes of foodstuff on her shelves!

          Now we better understand consequences of those additives on our health. Consumer pressure and better testing, has led to those additives being reduced or removed. Hence the warning to refrigerate & likely shorter best-by dates.

          But it still differs by the ingredients & your storage conditions - like temperature of your cupboards. Some I refrigerate, some stays out, & with some it depends on the temperature at that time of year.

          So microorganisms are more likely to build up than in the past, which may cause upset stomachs or worse. You don't want that sauce bottle turning into a petri dish.

          Worth googling.

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      Just consume it in the same way you would milk. Should only be in your fridge a couple of days then :D

  • +2 votes

    The Cadbury share packs are already at $2.30. The current catalogue special says 2 for $5 but they've reduced it to $2.30 each in order to price match the current special at Coles.

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    time to replenish my supply of Pepsi Max

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    Every Coles I went to didn't have the advertised ZTE 4G Chat in stock. Any reviews for the ZTE ZIP? Just want a call and text phone with occasional hotspotting.

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    Has anybody had the chicken parma pies? I see they are half price this week too. Want to know if they are worth trying?

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