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Lloyd Grossman sauces only 89p at Netto

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Lloyd Grossman sauces only 89p
Varietes include:
Tomato & Basil
Tomato & Chilli
Thai Green Curry
Thai Red Curry
Tomato & sweet Red Pepper
Smokey Bacon
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banned#1
£1 in tesco, £2 for the large family jars, I'd rather pay a bit more and not look like a chav with a netto bag (or risk being spotted coming out of netto) :p
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hmmmnice111
£1 in tesco, £2 for the large family jars, I'd rather pay a bit more and not look like a chav with a netto bag (or risk being spotted coming out of netto) :p


I don't have an inferiority complex, nor do I need friends who have issues with where people shop.I will buy when convenient anywhere that has them cheap.

I also won't have a need Netto bag, as I won't be paying for one, people who know how to buy bargains know that too.

Rather than Trolling with posts like this one, why not look at the Waitrose web site instead if spending more money on groceries is what interests you, then we will all be happier as this site is about spending LESS. Then again, I suppose you don't actually buy groceries anyway, that will be the adults of the house.

Edited By: nihcaj on Feb 01, 2011 21:28
#3
Gross! :|
1 Like #4
hmmmnice111
£1 in tesco, £2 for the large family jars, I'd rather pay a bit more and not look like a chav with a netto bag (or risk being spotted coming out of netto) :p
How odd!
I thought it was Chavs that DIDN'T know how to shop wisely."
You remind me of those girls on telly who said "We're not working class. We don't have jobs". ;)

Edited By: Pluun on Feb 01, 2011 22:08
#5
hmmmnice111
£1 in tesco, £2 for the large family jars, I'd rather pay a bit more and not look like a chav with a netto bag (or risk being spotted coming out of netto) :p

Troll, new registrant (as of 3 hours ago) - please don't feed.
#6
Pluun
Gross! :|


Yeah, a guy who makes food whos name is Grossman
#7
Mallinersha
hmmmnice111
£1 in tesco, £2 for the large family jars, I'd rather pay a bit more and not look like a chav with a netto bag (or risk being spotted coming out of netto) :p


Troll, new registrant (as of 3 hours ago) - please don't feed.


I know, I DO know better! :-(
#8
Mmmm i love these sauces, especially the chilli one. Nice find.
#9
I love the chilli one and the tomato and basic one is ok but the bolognese one is truly vile. It is the worst I have tasted, perhaps ever.
#10
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.
#11
I'm pretty sure these are 2 for £2 in Sainsburys at the moment if that helps anyone.

I think these are great. Especially the curry sauces.
banned#12
3.1415926
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.

Can't agree more with this. So much nicer to make your own batch paste with a food processor and freeze.
#13
3.1415926
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.


I have to agree the Thai style versions are MUCH poorer than either the pasta sauces or the Indian style ones.
#14
master_chief
3.1415926
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.


Can't agree more with this. So much nicer to make your own batch paste with a food processor and freeze.


Well obviously, but this isn't a paste, it's a ready to eat cooking sauce which at most only requires meat or vegetables adding.

To be honest there are lots of convenience pastes better than the Thai version even, but they are not a comparison either as even they require a lot more time and effort than a cooking sauce. They also require more shopping and a fuller store cupboard, and as much as I keep stocked up, there are times when a near INSTANT meal is what you want. and a lot cheaper than what you might end up paying at a takeaway when just a simpler meal will actually do!

Not part of this offer, but I can produce a reasonable curry onto a plate from a jar plus some pre-cooked frozen chicken or prawns in about 6 minutes from opening the cupboard door - and about 3 minutes of that is purely to ensure the meat is bacteriologically safe by heating it long enough! Not even a frozen ready meal would beat that, and if I have late night munchies when driving home, it keeps me from stopping off at a takeaway, spending 15 quid by buying more food than I would actually NEED, and also having to wait about 30 minutes!
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hmmmnice111
£1 in tesco, £2 for the large family jars, I'd rather pay a bit more and not look like a chav with a netto bag (or risk being spotted coming out of netto) :p

This is exactly the kind of comment i'd expect a chav to post... Strange that isnt' it. ;)
#16
3.1415926
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.

You eat for peace? oO
Cool, man!
banned#17
nihcaj
master_chief
3.1415926
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.
Can't agree more with this. So much nicer to make your own batch paste with a food processor and freeze.
Well obviously, but this isn't a paste, it's a ready to eat cooking sauce which at most only requires meat or vegetables adding.To be honest there are lots of convenience pastes better than the Thai version even, but they are not a comparison either as even they require a lot more time and effort than a cooking sauce. They also require more shopping and a fuller store cupboard, and as much as I keep stocked up, there are times when a near INSTANT meal is what you want. and a lot cheaper than what you might end up paying at a takeaway when just a simpler meal will actually do!Not part of this offer, but I can produce a reasonable curry onto a plate from a jar plus some pre-cooked frozen chicken or prawns in about 6 minutes from opening the cupboard door - and about 3 minutes of that is purely to ensure the meat is bacteriologically safe by heating it long enough! Not even a frozen ready meal would beat that, and if I have late night munchies when driving home, it keeps me from stopping off at a takeaway, spending 15 quid by buying more food than I would actually NEED, and also having to wait about 30 minutes!

A paste, in basic terms, is a sauce minus a bulking liquid. You could use a thai paste for example, with cocunut milk and make the same as the sauce alternative in pretty much the same time. Not that i would use a paste like that but if you're after a quick fix on a night then it takes no longer than a sauce.
#18
master_chief
nihcaj
master_chief
3.1415926
His Thai stuff is about as Thai as peace pudding. Utter ****.
Can't agree more with this. So much nicer to make your own batch paste with a food processor and freeze.
Well obviously, but this isn't a paste, it's a ready to eat cooking sauce which at most only requires meat or vegetables adding.To be honest there are lots of convenience pastes better than the Thai version even, but they are not a comparison either as even they require a lot more time and effort than a cooking sauce. They also require more shopping and a fuller store cupboard, and as much as I keep stocked up, there are times when a near INSTANT meal is what you want. and a lot cheaper than what you might end up paying at a takeaway when just a simpler meal will actually do!Not part of this offer, but I can produce a reasonable curry onto a plate from a jar plus some pre-cooked frozen chicken or prawns in about 6 minutes from opening the cupboard door - and about 3 minutes of that is purely to ensure the meat is bacteriologically safe by heating it long enough! Not even a frozen ready meal would beat that, and if I have late night munchies when driving home, it keeps me from stopping off at a takeaway, spending 15 quid by buying more food than I would actually NEED, and also having to wait about 30 minutes!


A paste, in basic terms, is a sauce minus a bulking liquid. You could use a thai paste for example, with cocunut milk and make the same as the sauce alternative in pretty much the same time. Not that i would use a paste like that but if you're after a quick fix on a night then it takes no longer than a sauce.


I thought I was talking to someone who has a basic understanding of cooking.
Apparently not :-(
banned#19
^^^^^^^^^^ riiiiight...

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