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Sainsburys Basics Mozzerella cheese now just 30p a bag

£0.30 @ Sainsbury's
Mozzerella ball 125g Sainsbury's Basics Now just 30p a bag - bargain! Just like the more expensive ones. Used to be like 49p. Read More
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Mozzerella ball 125g
Sainsbury's Basics
Now just 30p a bag - bargain! Just like the more expensive ones. Used to be like 49p.
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#1
Oooh good deal! I always buy the Tesco ones, theyre great. The only difference between these and the ones that are about 30p more, is the "value" or "basics" ones are a slightly more uneven shape.

Fab!
#2
I always feel so dirty when I squeeze the cheese through the bag.
#3
Grab some tomorrow, thanks.
#4
it'd be hard to get cheesier than this!
#5
My god sainsbury are going mad at the moment so many half price deals, half price feels so much better than buy one get one free.
#6
This price in Tesco all year round :D
#7
1on4
This price in Tesco all year round :D


It's 49p in Tesco (_;)
#8
Grr I paid £1.80 for a bag of grated mozzarella yesterday at Sainsbury's. I saw some sweaty mozzarella in a bag which is the stuff covered in watery stuff, so I didn't think that was any good for pizzas, I asked a Sainsbury's employee and she said get grated it's better than trying to chop up the balls. First time I made a pizza, so there was sweaty watery mozzarella in a bag, balls and grated. I've tried the mozzarella in a bag and it didn't seem to taste the same as the grated stuff. Anyway if anyone can explain the difference that would be useful as I'd probably save money next time I make a pizza lol
#9
Proper Italien style pizzas are made wth the ball type chopped into small cubes, or thin slices, much nicer.
#10
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.

If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!
#11
rbrookes
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.

If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!


Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 16, 2010 18:09:
#12
fishmaster
rbrookes
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!
Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.

Oh god, stick to the grated nastiness.
1 Like #13
Cheap price , but the cheese is awful --You have to pay at least 2 quid for decent mozarella --better to buy Jarlsberg and grate that on your pizza
#14
Wouldn't eat this 'cheese' - might as well munch on elastic bands. Any less than 2quid for a bag of grated cheese and it won't be quality, that's for sure.
#15
Good deal, buy this every week.
Served on Sainsburys garlic pizza bread with discovery sliced red jalapenos, lots of black pepper and salt.
Cut cross slit in middle of bread (otherwise will be soggy) put on wire tray in oven at 200deg C for 10 mins.
Equally as good as the more expensive Santa Lucia that was BOGOF two weeks ago.
#16
*cobra*
Wouldn't eat this 'cheese' - might as well munch on elastic bands. Any less than 2quid for a bag of grated cheese and it won't be quality, that's for sure.
Not sure that matters too much. If you're buying grated cheese you're only going to cook with it so the flavours will change anyway. (Plus moist people use cheese in recipes for the texture, rather than the flavour.
#17
great price and great for pizza and pasta
#18
fishmaster
rbrookes
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.

If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!


Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.


The Mozzarella you had is how Mozzarella should be!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozzarella

It should generally be white and the "nasty watery juice" was water.
#19
Going to give this a try and make a pizza, I'll see how it goes.
1 Like #20
pete_l
Not sure that matters too much. If you're buying grated cheese you're only going to cook with it so the flavours will change anyway. (Plus moist people use cheese in recipes for the texture, rather than the flavour.
I'm moist and I'm definitely more concerned with texture rather than flavour.
#21
RosieWoo
1on4
This price in Tesco all year round :D


It's 49p in Tesco (_;)


Then you're getting ripped off! I buy it every week and it costs me 30 English pence :)
#22
All part of the different prices in different stores Tesco pledge :)
#23
GlennTheBaker
pete_l
Not sure that matters too much. If you're buying grated cheese you're only going to cook with it so the flavours will change anyway. (Plus moist people use cheese in recipes for the texture, rather than the flavour.
I'm moist and I'm definitely more concerned with texture rather than flavour.

Wahey!
#24
simate
fishmaster
rbrookes
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.

If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!


Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.


The Mozzarella you had is how Mozzarella should be!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozzarella


It should generally be white and the "nasty watery juice" was water.


Thanks I don't think that type would be much good on a pizza though, would it?
#25
An argument about 30p cheese? Its wasted on pizza anyway, this stuff is fine for that.
#26
If you find it too wet for pizza, leave it to drain for a bit, and soak up the extra moisture with kitchen towel - thats what I do!
#27
fishmaster
simate
fishmaster
rbrookes
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.

If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!


Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.


The Mozzarella you had is how Mozzarella should be!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozzarella


It should generally be white and the "nasty watery juice" was water.


Thanks I don't think that type would be much good on a pizza though, would it?


It's the proper stuff for a proper Italian pizza. You just tear chunks off and place it randomly on the pizza, see.....

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSwYPA6uM2d7cHJ7CoS5RflQ96bHsbL5qqzzOeLOP3p-sYDJ3c&t=1&usg=__cHKkQMpV7UQfOdEXLBYbzSJw_3w=
#28
simate
fishmaster
simate
fishmaster
rbrookes
Fishmaster, Mozzarella should come in a bag and it is not 'sweaty'. The grated stuff is terrible however this value stuff isn't much better.

If you're really concerned about the taste, get the buffalo mozzarella which is much more expensive but worth every penny!!!


Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.


The Mozzarella you had is how Mozzarella should be!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozzarella


It should generally be white and the "nasty watery juice" was water.


Thanks I don't think that type would be much good on a pizza though, would it?


It's the proper stuff for a proper Italian pizza. You just tear chunks off and place it randomly on the pizza, see.....

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSwYPA6uM2d7cHJ7CoS5RflQ96bHsbL5qqzzOeLOP3p-sYDJ3c&t=1&usg=__cHKkQMpV7UQfOdEXLBYbzSJw_3w=


Ah excellent, I must try this as soon as possible, tonight sounds good to me :) Thanks.
#29
fishmaster
Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.


That's got to be the funniest quote I've ever read on this site. It's like complaining that an orange contains slimy orange coloured squashy pieces...!!

If you don't know what Mozzarella is - don't buy it. Please..Stick to Kraft Processed Cheese slices, you'll be safer there...
#30
Although if you DO know what it is, or want to try it - then serve it like this:
open bag, drain water, rip (dont chop!) it into pieces with your fingers, serve with sliced tomatoes and fresh basil leaves drenched in virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Unbeatable.http://www.suddenlycooking.com/Assets/recipe%20photos/caprese-salad_recipe_photo.jpg
1 Like #31
steed
fishmaster
Thanks, it says Mozzarella on the bag, when I opened the bag all this nasty watery juice poured out and I tried the cheese and it didn't taste of much. It was pure white.


That's got to be the funniest quote I've ever read on this site. It's like complaining that an orange contains slimy orange coloured squashy pieces...!!

If you don't know what Mozzarella is - don't buy it. Please..Stick to Kraft Processed Cheese slices, you'll be safer there...


Bit harsh that and ridiculous, I'm glad I made up your quota for feeling superior today, basically I have never made a Pizza before, so I decided to do it. I knew I wanted Mozzarella but there were different forms. Grated Mozzarella is very different to the Mozzarella in a bag. As for your snobbery take it some where else please, you will meet people versed in areas you have no clue about and would you want them to look down on you? Judging by your limited cognition people should not try to learn new things and stick to what they know. Next time try constructive rather than destructive criticism. Anyway I won't be dissuaded from trying new things just because of people with an insecure haughty attitude like yours. As Richard Feynman's wife used to say "What Do You Care What Other People Think?"

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 17, 2010 12:29: kraft off
#32
I like this cheese. Great in salads and pasta bakes. Voted hot.
#33
Lovely in a big plate of mezze with some hummus, falafal, olives, a few slices of toast, the whole shabang.
#34
fishmaster
Ah excellent, I must try this as soon as possible, tonight sounds good to me :) Thanks.


Let us know how you got on.
#35
GlennTheBaker
pete_l
Not sure that matters too much. If you're buying grated cheese you're only going to cook with it so the flavours will change anyway. (Plus moist people use cheese in recipes for the texture, rather than the flavour.
I'm moist and I'm definitely more concerned with texture rather than flavour.

I'm not moist, was a bit damp earlier and I prefer the flavour aspect of cheese in my cooking. Which I think proves your point(s).
1 Like #36
fishmaster


Bit harsh that and ridiculous, I'm glad I made up your quota for feeling superior today, basically I have never made a Pizza before, so I decided to do it. I knew I wanted Mozzarella but there were different forms. Grated Mozzarella is very different to the Mozzarella in a bag. As for your snobbery take it some where else please, you will meet people versed in areas you have no clue about and would you want them to look down on you? Judging by your limited cognition people should not try to learn new things and stick to what they know. Next time try constructive rather than destructive criticism. Anyway I won't be dissuaded from trying new things just because of people with an insecure haughty attitude like yours. As Richard Feynman's wife used to say "What Do You Care What Other People Think?"


Wow...what you said was ridiculous, which was why he quite rightly laughed at it.

I wouldn't walk into a field i know nothing about without researching it ahead of time, even then i would keep well quiet and avoid the obvious faux pas which i would be bound to encounter.

By the way if you choose to put olives ontop of your pizza expect them to come in a horrible watery liquid or possibly a horrible oily substance...because they will be different from the other olives available to you.

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