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Discussion in 'Diabetes Discussions' started by victoria84, May 19, 2013.

  1. LittleWolf

    LittleWolf · Well-Known Member

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    Yes Lidl is great for cheap but nice/exotic chocolate :D You're a smart shopper, not cheap ;3

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  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous · Guest

    I am a 'thrifty' shopper. Our local LIDL is not so good on the fruit and veg. Seems to vary area by area (e.g. Eastbourne is a bit posher), so I now use a market stall. I'm a bit cynical about those too, but the fruit and veg. from the one I use seem to last a lot longer than the LIDL ones. Anything 'exotic' like ginger I get as a last resort at the local Waitrose (for the 'blue rinse brigade' who want 'organic' dried herbs etc.).
  3. victoria84

    victoria84 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    thanks for that :thumbup:
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