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Old 10-02-2013, 19:45
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HP do at least one other sauce, Bisto also do ready meals, Doritos also do dips. Lurpak, you can have that one.
Erm not really. Fairy do dishwasher tablets, Hoover make other appliances other than vacuum cleaners. Most people would say 'Can you pass me a Dorito' at a party or would call Tesco's Tortilla Chips Doritos if you gave someone one. And Bisto is an iconic brand, it is known as gravy granules, you know it you're just being pessimistic and ridiculous. So is an oxo cube now a Oxo stock cube for stock?! Google generic name.
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Old 10-02-2013, 19:59
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Kikkoman soy sauce,
Heinz lentil soup
Branston baked beans (always used to be Crosse and Blackwell)
Colemans English mustard.

Racking my brains to think of any others...

ETA, Lurpak spreadable (not the light stuff, blurgh)
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Old 10-02-2013, 21:25
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Erm not really. Fairy do dishwasher tablets, Hoover make other appliances other than vacuum cleaners. Most people would say 'Can you pass me a Dorito' at a party or would call Tesco's Tortilla Chips Doritos if you gave someone one. And Bisto is an iconic brand, it is known as gravy granules, you know it you're just being pessimistic and ridiculous. So is an oxo cube now a Oxo stock cube for stock?! Google generic name.
Google pessimistic.
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Old 10-02-2013, 22:07
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Yea, I forgot Warburtons crumpets although I tend to avoid crumpets as i end up getting addicted to them.
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Old 10-02-2013, 22:13
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Heinz Tomato ketchup is an absolute must.

I'd rather go without than have a different brand.
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Old 10-02-2013, 22:18
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Originally Posted by Missli;64170022[B
]Colman's English Mustard[/b]
Whole Earth Organic Crunchy Peanut Butter
Clipper Fairtrade Organic Everyday Tea
Marmite
Marigold Swiss Vegetable Bouillon Powder
Colman's English Mustard?

Not what it was, now lacks the Zip of a decade ago, very dumbed down.

M&S do a nice English mustard... but it's often out of stock
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Old 10-02-2013, 22:22
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Barr's IRN-BRU Sugar Free
Yorkshire Tea
Douwe Egberts Ground Filter Coffee
Young's Haddock Fillets in Batter
Baxters Chicken Broth Soup
Scan Swedish Meatballs
Kraft Philadelphia Light Cheese
Hellmans Light Mayonnaise
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Old 10-02-2013, 22:39
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- Heinz tomato sauce.
- Branston Baked Beans (Heinz Beans are too watery/bland for me).
- Blue Ribband Wafer Bars (Tried sainsburrys own wafer bars once, and was not the same).
- McCain Oven Chips, preferably Crinkle ones.
- Pepsi, I like Pepsi Max and their Cherry Cola.
- I have a obsession with anything Birds Eye, Chicken Nuggets/Fish Fingers/Waffles, they do the nicest stuff.
- Muller Yogurts.
- Seabrook Crisps, I do not like any other brand of Crisps, If I can't have Seabrook I go without.
- Bread I'm not hugely fussed about, but I really like Kingsmill 50/50 bread, Medium, Perfect for sandwiches, but I will say, for own brand makes, Asda does the BEST Scotch bread buns.
- Flora Buttery, once tried a different spreadable, think it was a Asda own make, and I chucked the sandwich out, made it taste weird.
- Pizza wise, has to be Sainsburrys own make, used to be Tesco until they made their Pizzas inedible with their "Not so Improved Base".
- For Tea, It has to be Ringtons, we get it delieved to our door each fortnight, more expensive, but makes a lovely cuppa.

Can't think of anything else now..

Oh and for my Rabbit, He has WAGG stuff, none of the cheapo stuff, If I can have the best, my Rabbit does aswell.
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Old 11-02-2013, 06:03
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Anchor - butter
PG Tips - tea bags
Dolmio - sauces
Heinz - salad cream and tomato sauce
Heinz - baked beans
Schwepps - fizzy mixer drinks
Warburtons - sliced bread
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Old 11-02-2013, 16:38
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Mine would have to be

Lurpak spreadable butter
Hellmans light mayo
HP brown sauce
Heinz ketchup
Heinz baked beans/spaghetti hoops (has to be hoops)
Bisto best gravy
Kellogg's Crunchy Nut cornflakes
Cravendale milk
Heinz tomato soup
McCain oven chips
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