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    i like it but no way would i pay $7 for it!

    we just buy from coles and it’s usually $2-$3 a bunch?? didn’t see the price when we went on the weekend as didn’t buy any this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    Am I the only person that hates celery? I can’t even put it in a stew or sauce because I can still taste it.

    No way I would be paying $7 for it!!!
    My dh hates it and i love it. I cant put it in anything i love it in stew or homemade coleslaw

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    $6 at a (usually) very cheap grocer. We’re in SA.

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    $4.45 local fruit & vege shop
    $4.90 coles
    $5.50 woolworths
    Not sure about IGA

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    It's $4.90 here (NSW).

    I rarely buy it myself, only when the occasional recipe calls for it. I'd think twice about paying more than $3 a bunch, it's an item that I think is easy to omit from most meals!

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    I bought celery from Aldi this week and it was maybe $3.50/$4

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    It's about $4-$5 down here in Tas. Those prices are pretty crazy. Hope they come down for you soon.

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    Default Price of celery where you live

    Jeez Louise that’s some expense celery!! I have 6 bunches currently growing nicely in my garden! Sounds like I could be making a fortune
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    Usually between $1 and $1.50 at the Wanneroo Markets where I shop, but the bigger stores would be much more. I like celery but the thought of drinking pure celery juice makes me gag, sorry.

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    Default Price of celery where you live

    They were $6.50 at my local green grocer today who are usually very reasonable (nsw).

    I can’t see them selling much at that price, as pp said they are hardly an essential ingredient in recipes.


 

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