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    Default So sorry approved food

    Sorry i have not been on much I am studying for the First exam of my ou it has been 25 years since i did my last exam . But anyway Finally got around to ordering some thing from approved food THEY NOW DELIVER to europe btw


    this is what i got
    ID Description Quantity Price
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    28562 CASE PRICE De Identified Pea and Ham Soup 24 x 410g 2 £4.98
    28612 De Identified Chocolate Bars with Caramel Pieces100g 10 £2.5
    28575 Kelloggs Natures Pleasure Muesli 95g 5 £1
    28600 LifeForce Butter Beans 500g 2 £0.99
    28602 LifeForce Chickpeas 500g 2 £0.99
    28635 CASE PRICE Lemon Cup Cakes 30 2 £1.98
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    Total £12.44
    Delivery £5.25
    Sub Total £17.69



    the lowest code is the butter beans best before july 2010

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    Hi,

    How's your course going? How many exams are you studying for?

    Let us know how you get on with the Approved Foods order too, I've read lots about them but never ordered from them myself.

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    the exam is in classical studies... i am hopefully trying to get a degree in history i was looking at going into teaching now half way thru i am not so sure . do you remember be moaning a bit back i tried to offer my services (voluntary) to a special school about 50 min bus ride away a great woman i used to work with asked for me because i had tried around where i live in main schools but they JUST DID NOT WANT TO KNOW..... anyway long story short each time i would get their the dep head had just left, or was going on a school trip and the last time HAD DOUblE BOOKED AND was seeing another volunteer. each time i went i was just turned away NOw they had already paid for the ccfile thing and that was ok but i think they just did not like my colour any way now i am a bit uncertain about schools now
    Last edited by she who can not cook; 06-04-2010 at 03:41 PM. Reason: misspell

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    That must have been infuriating for you, what a waste of your time. I can see why you would be uncertain about schools, although if you were applying for a paid job rather than voluntary you'd get very different treatment I would think.

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    well it seems that i am a bit of a approved food addict

    its looks like i am ordering once a week or two


    Product Cost Each Quantity Cost
    CASE PRICE De Identified Black Eyed Beans 4 x 500g £1.49 2 £2.98
    Swizzels Matlow Refreshers Swizzel Berry £2.49 1 £2.49
    Mega Giant Monster Munch Roast Beef 85g £0.50 4 £2.00
    NEW PRICE McVities Jaffa Cakes Lemon Cake Bars 5 £0.33 3 £0.99
    CASE PRICE De Identified Pea and Ham Soup 24 x 410g £2.49 1 £2.49
    NEW PRICE Birds Trifle Black Forest Gateau 151g £0.25 4 £1.00
    NEW SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICE Hovis Strong Wholemeal Bread Flour 1.5kg £0.33 6 £1.98
    Whitworths Sesame Seeds 100g £0.33 3 £0.99
    Cadbury Caramel 3 pack £0.50 2 £1.00
    Hula Hoops BBQ Beef 7 Pack £0.69 2 £1.38
    Space Raiders Beef 28g £0.12 8 £0.96
    Swizzels Drumstick super soft chew stick pack £0.12 8 £0.96
    Sub Total £19.24
    Shipping £5.25
    TOTAL £24.49


    Product Cost Each Quantity Cost
    CASE PRICE De Identified Garlic Coriander Chilli Naan Bread Mix £0.99 2 £1.98
    CASE PRICE De Identified Milk Chocolate Flapjack Kit £0.99 2 £1.98
    CASE PRICE De Identified Garlic Dough Balls Mix 5x266g £0.99 2 £1.98
    CASE PRICE De Identified Hot and Spicy Batter Mix £1.50 2 £3.00
    CASE PRICE De Identified Pizza Swirls Mix 5x316g £0.99 2 £1.98
    CASE PRICE De Identified Sundried Tomato and Basil Focaccia 5x273g £0.99 2 £1.98
    Nestle Coffee Mate 170g £0.39 3 £1.17
    CASE PRICE De Identified Rosemary and Sea Salt Focaccia Mix 5x265g £0.99 2 £1.98
    Hula Hoops BBQ Beef 7 Pack £0.69 1 £0.69
    Sub Total £16.74
    Shipping £5.25
    TOTAL £21.99


    CASE PRICE De Identified Vegetable Soup in a Mug 9 x 72g £0.99 4 £3.96
    Batchelors Cup a Soup Tomato 299g £0.33 6 £1.98
    Batchelors Super Noodles To Go NICE N SPICY 85g £0.25 6 £1.50
    Beef Gravy Mix with Onion 3520g £0.99 3 £2.97
    Balisto Chocolate Bar 19g £0.05 20 £1.00
    CASE PRICE Options Dreamy Cappuccino 26 Sachets £1.99 1 £1.99
    Crucials - Barbeque Sauce - 1 Litre £2.50 1 £2.50
    Homepride Sheperds Pie Sauce 2kg £0.25 2 £0.50
    Mega Giant Monster Munch Roast Beef 85g £0.50 4 £2.00
    McDonnells Super Noodles Chicken 100g £0.10 10 £1.00
    De Identified Pearl Barley 500g £0.38 4 £1.52
    Sub Total £20.85
    Shipping £5.25
    TOTAL £26.10

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    The prices are great! The bread mixes are a great deal. Glad you like the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by britbunny View Post
    The prices are great! The bread mixes are a great deal. Glad you like the site.
    thankyou yes i am never off their site but my storage is getting a bit tight you ok
    Last edited by she who can not cook; 06-28-2010 at 03:10 PM. Reason: missed of f a word

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    lol, yes I can imagine storage issues might come up!

    I'm great thanks, have you finished your exams now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by britbunny View Post
    lol, yes I can imagine storage issues might come up!

    I'm great thanks, have you finished your exams now?
    my ou exam (just the one this time the next is in oct ) was at the FREEMASONS HALL bridge street manchester . when i got out of the exam there was a display cabinet of masonic wear . i thought they were supposed to be a bit secret sect( dont think i should use that word) lol the next one they are going back to the uni sites .

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    My DH's step dad used to be a Mason, which surprised me as he is usually very against all that kind of thing. The Freemason's Hall is a really cool building isn't it, very foreboding from outside but from what I've seen of the inside very nice indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by britbunny View Post
    My DH's step dad used to be a Mason, which surprised me as he is usually very against all that kind of thing. The Freemason's Hall is a really cool building isn't it, very foreboding from outside but from what I've seen of the inside very nice indeed.
    yes when i got out of my exam in another room was the weight watchers

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