Sainsbury's Tiger Bread Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsburys / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... regular supermarket these days is Sainsbury's. The Tiger loaf is sold in the form of bread rolls, a small loaf (400g) and a ... more
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Recently I have been eating quite a lot of healthy foods, plenty of fruit and vegetables and less breads, pastas and rice than I used to eat. Cutting back this way has helped me to lose the few extra pounds that I gained over the festive season but I must admit that I do love decent bread and so have been treating myself a couple of times a week to some freshly baked tiger breads. I must admit that I love tiger bread, it is difficult to explain the taste because of course, it is quite distinctive to tiger bread and nothing else really compares! The crust should always be chewy, and never baked for too long and the bread inside should be fluffy and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 1138 readings)
I have been sat here thinking and I have come to a conclusion - what is one of the main things that we as consumers buy ? And I have come up with what I consider to be as logical answer - Food ! Each and every day millions of us flock to the supermarkets and fill up wire baskets and trolleys with edibles. So surely it makes common sense to say that food reviews are extremely important and equally as important as any other review that appears on Dooyoo. I have read thousands of very entertaining reviews appertaining to food, some of the Dooyoo writers can make fish paste sound positively wonderful and for that I am truly grateful. Onwards - This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/09 (Very useful, 155 readings)
Tiger bread smells absolutely delicious when freshly baked and Sainsbury's Tiger Bread has recently become my firm favourite. They sell the 400g and the 800g loafs in my local store, the 800g loafs are around £1.00 and the 400g loafs are around 67p but are regularly on special offer with 2 for £1.00. However, I never pay full price for my bread as I visit my local Sainsbury's at around 6:00-6:30PM to find that all the items have been reduced down in the bakery and fridge section. I normally pick up an 800g loaf for around 50p and then freeze it to use for toast. The bread is delicious and has quite a unique smell and taste to the crust. It is not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Whenever I can I always try and buy fresh bread thats made in store as opposed to bread thats been pre packaged and made elsewhere because although it doesn't last so long it just tastes so much better. I was looking for a nice crusty bread specifically to have with soup for lunch and this loaf didn't dissapoint. You can buy to sizes a smallish one that I guess would cut about 14 to 16 medium sices and costs 70p and a larger loaf that, and this is a complete guess, would give you an extra 10 slices and this one costs £1.20. You can alternatively get your loaf cut in store but I think that spoils the funof cutting your own and being as greedy or stingey as you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/13 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Every shoppipng day in the supermarket, it is a standard treat to buy a freshly baked, instore, crusty loaf of bread. We prefer the Tiger Loaf - the TIger loaf is different to other white loaves as it has a sesame oil ingredient in the loaf, and is glazed with a rice paste, to form a pattern on the top - often in a stripey fashion. The Tiger loaf can be bought at Tesco, Asda and Morrisons, but my regular supermarket these days is Sainsbury's. The Tiger loaf is sold in the form of bread rolls, a small loaf (400g) and a large loaf (800g) I believe that it can also be bought in French stick form. I would thoroughly reccomend this ... Read the complete review
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