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6-Pack 3.5oz Kitchens of India Paste Butter Chicken Curry EXPIRED

Hans_Gruber 1,547 3,020 October 12, 2016 at 01:25 PM in Grocery (3) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 10-12-2016 by johnny_miller at 03:54 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 6-Pack of 3.5oz. Kitchens of India Paste Butter Chicken Curry on sale for $7.99 - 5% Subscribe & Save = $7.59. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks Hans_Gruber

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Edited October 12, 2016 at 03:03 PM by mlacey3
$7.59 or less with Amazon S&S

https://www.amazon.com/Kitchens-I...17MLS&th=1
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Ordered one.
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still waiting for my subscription to arrive from the last deal.



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The paste for butter chicken is vegetarian? How ridiculous is that?
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Thanks! Family love Butter chicken. Bought a few packs. Also bought chicken curry which was a couple of bucks more.
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.nevermind
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Last edited by nodashipl October 12, 2016 at 03:52 PM.
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Quote from nodashipl View Post :
Why is this on here? Its 5% off right? Is someone shilling out here? Slickdeals just been posting sub par deals on here lately.
I looked at this item last week on Amazon and it was $18. This is the lowest price that I've ever seen it.

Edit: And I've bought it 6 times previously.
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Last edited by cabernet October 12, 2016 at 03:32 PM.
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Quote from nodashipl View Post :
Why is this on here? Its 5% off right? Is someone shilling out here? Slickdeals just been posting sub par deals on here lately.
the thumbs up to comments ratio suggests otherwise

this is a good deal, you just can't comprehend that
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#10
The bean ones could be heated and used in lieu of soup or chili for lunch with a crusty french bread for instance. Would pair great with a fresh salad.
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The paste for butter chicken is vegetarian? How ridiculous is that?
lol Smilie totally agree. I used to think the same way.

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The paste for butter chicken is vegetarian? How ridiculous is that?
chicken itself is fed vegetarian food as well
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#13
This is one of my favorite curry pastes. When I'm super lazy, I add a little to some cream of chicken soup and drink it. It's a great warming soup for this weather. ❤️
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#14
This stuff is so good. Give it a try!
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#15
In Indian packed food the preventives amount is 5 time higher then anything else. The reason, with all the masala's it hard to preserve. Try to avoid all this crap. Indian food is very easy to cook so learn.

The bad part is kids these days know everything except cooking..
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