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    VanessaVanessa
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    I am after some bicarb soda in more than the little boxes at the supermarket.

    I have found it at Master butchers on Churchill Road in 2kg ($6.60) or 25kg ($41.25), obviously the 25kg wors out better value, but that is a lot of bicarb.

    Is there anyone who would be interested in sharing this quantity.

    Or is there anywhere else worth checking out for bulk bicarb at reasonable prices??

    #519090
    GrethGreth
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    Dont know if they have it but Gaganis Brothers are a great wholesaler to get bulk stuff.

    #519091
    BelBel
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    I’d be happy to share some VAnessa. Not sure if it’s a good price, but sounds fair to me!

    #519092
    RobyneRobyne
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    Looking at the price of what Vanessa can get Bicarb is very cheap

    HB type is $1.65 for 250g Harpers is $2.95 in Woolies dearer in Foodland.

    I use it fro a lot of things I have a dishwasher and its the only cleaner I use in it with vinegar as a rinse aid.

    Sone will be going there on his next time off work so I will get him to get me a bag full. He wants sausage skins from there.

    #519093
    IdunaIduna
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    If it works out cheaper than buying it in the 1kg packs in the supermarket I’ll be happy to split a few kgs with you. Means I can make more bath bombs.

    #519094
    VanessaVanessa
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    Ok so if I was to get some who would want what sort of quantities???

    #519095
    KristyKristy
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    Vanessa I am very interested, although I do wonder what type of container does the 25 kg’s come in? Does Bi-Carb have a use by date? I was thinking if it came in a container I can store it in, I might consider the 25kgs. I use a lot of bi-carb, well I donn’t at the moment, but I would…

    The other thing I would like in bulk is vinegar to go with the bi-carb. Those bottles in the shop don’t last very long at all.

    #519096
    VanessaVanessa
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    Grrr!!!, what is happening to my replies

    third time lucky???? the 25kg is in a bag, not a tub

    #519097
    BelBel
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    Perhaps 5kg?

    #519098
    RobyneRobyne
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    Did a bit of maths works out to $1.65 akilo

    It does go stale you put a bit in water it should bubble if it doesn’t its still fine for cleaning not cooking.

    #519099
    jrose6jrose6
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    I have bought bicarb from Coopers at Mylor – was some time ago now – horse supply places sell it in bulk.

    I only use this for cleaning as you just scoop it out of a big tub – however much you need, I think it was about a dollar a kg when last bought – ages ago now so unsure of current prices

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