Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Just a quickie if you like your fruit tea go on to taylorstea.co.uk/coupon

It is one per person, I did one and one for hubby.

I have started drinking fruit teas again and love Twinnings, the Taylors would have been £2.93 a box, so a perfect chance to try them. I got them from Morrisons.
Although I love a freebie I only get things I can make use of.



A couple other freebies as well, some Coconut oil, you can use it for consumption or beauty use.
Free Laundry sample.






14 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tip. I'll take a look. Freebies are a;ways welcome but like you if I don't use it or tempted to use it I don't bother.

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    1. No point in collecting rubbish if its of no use to you.

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  2. Hi - just popped over from Jules's blog (a hidden Jem) and have enjoyed having a read. I like fruit tea but have not seen these in my Morrisons. Your choc chip shortbread looks divine. Joan at www.aviewtothefells.com

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    1. Hello Joan thanks for stopping by, I am out tommorow but will pop over to your blog when I get chance.

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  3. Thanks for letting us know about the tea, what a fab freebie. Lots of people I know swear by coconut oil for all manner of things.

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    1. Your welcome, coconut oil seems a very useful thing to keep in so many uses.

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  4. ooh, thanks for that. I always start the new year off with fruit infusions, so I should take advantage of this.

    x

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  5. Yes they look and smell nice, not tried them yet, I am using my other ones up first x

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  6. Thanks for that. I do like a nice fruit tea. X

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  7. How, or where, do you sign up for all these? Sadly with no printer, no Sainsbury's, Waitrose, or Morrison's nearby the tea is a non starter for me but looks good a great offer if you can use it.

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    1. I look daily at latestfreestuff.co.uk, they have daily updates, I always find something useful.

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  8. hello! Just saw your comment & thought I'd reply here.
    Peel & boil spuds as usual, get them to the 'can be fluffed' stage, then drain &shake to fluff the outsides. Spread on a baking sheet, I always pour a little oil & and S&P to the sheet first, then turn the spuds over and over to get them coated. If needed, splash on extra oil. The key is to make sure all sides are coated in oil, this will stop any discolouring, it's horrible when they get that grey tinge to them. Cool quickly by an open window, open freeze for a couple of hours, then bag up. Simple as that. If I am doing it ahead of time for say dinner that day or the following day, then I don't freeze, I do it all exactly the same, but cover in clingfilm and put in the fridge.
    To cook, just place on a baking sheet/dish, and stick in a hot oven as normal. They don't really need any extra oil, but I always add a little glug for the simple reason that they can see a little dry during cooking, and another dash of oil seems to help make them just nicer really.

    Simple as you like! I used to buy frozen ready to roast spuds until I realised I could do it so easily myself. Yorkshire puds are just the same. Make as normal, cool, no need to open freeze, just bung them in the bag. They won't stick together. A few minutes in the oven to reheat and crisp and you'd never know they were made in advance!

    :O) x

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    1. Thankyou Sadie I will be doing this, xxx

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