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Massive 2Kg bottles - Loyd Grossman Sauces - £1.49 @ B&M
Massive 2Kg bottles - Loyd Grossman Sauces - £1.49 @ B&M

Massive 2Kg bottles - Loyd Grossman Sauces - £1.49 @ B&M

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B&M currently stocking 2kg bottles of Loyd Grossman Tomato & Basil sauce (best before Aug 2011) and Thai Green sauce (best before April 2011)..

Massive bottles - 20-22 servings per bottle. I bought one of these bottles from Poundland well over a year ago and couldn't believe what a bargain it was!

Found at B&M in Wallsend, North Tyneside.

27 Comments

Great deal for those who like this watery stuff.

You could probably condense one of these bottles down to a normal size jar and it would end up the consistency of your average rival brand.

**** its the same stuff. i think you have a fat wife

What the hell is a B&M?

B and M bargains

Good stuff, this is quality - hot

i love food from plastic bottles, hot!

These are normally sold in Costco for around £3.50, which is cheap enough so this is a hot deal if you can use it all

Uggh! This stuff is Gross, the ingredients are OK, the flavour is not accomplished.
Think tinned chopped tomatoes with extra water and then thickener.

I like the tomato and basil, though there are nicer brands out there. It's still a hot deal at that price
However, and i may be wrong, but one it's opened, isn't there a short shelf life for the sauce that's left? 3days or something?

yeah, i used to think that some of the curry sauces were ok, but on reflection they are really watery. I think it's probably better to go for a rival brand. I tend to make all my own sauces and freeze them. A good 'tinned tomato' deal would be better i think.

Bleaagh. Nasty stuff these sauces. Make your own, it's easy.

CaptainRedBeard

I like the tomato and basil, though there are nicer brands out there. … I like the tomato and basil, though there are nicer brands out there. It's still a hot deal at that priceHowever, and i may be wrong, but one it's opened, isn't there a short shelf life for the sauce that's left? 3days or something?



Freezer

May I suggest the title is changed from

Massive 2Kg bottles - Loyd Grossman Sauces - £1.49 @ B&M

to

Gross 2Kg bottles - Loyd Grossman Sauces - £1.49 @ B&M

Personally, I wouldn't buy them if they were free!

cibarious

Personally, I wouldn't buy them if they were free!



How could you buy something that was free

Edited by: "gulphisload" 27th Feb 2011

The normal size ones are about £1.99 but are always on offer for £1. Or two for two pound.

Better than a lot of the other jar stuff for a quid , so £1.49 is a canny price for this.

This is a bargain for a family - it's too big for me. I have stocked up on Lloyd Grossman smaller jars of Italian, Indian and Thai sauces when they have been on offer. I think they are a cut above most of the bottled sauces at the supermarkets. I lot of the other sauces are too sweet.

Dave.

mmm_AB

i love food from plastic bottles, hot!



When you go to a restaurant, that's where they're getting the sauce from -- plastic jumbo sized containers.

Okay for a bottled sauce, but way too salty. Make my own from tinned toms that are nicer and cheaper.

It's truly disgusting stuff. I don't know how Lloyd Grossman can put his name to it. He would have to pay me to eat this crap.

I quite like it, but each to their own.

I quite like Grossman pasta sauces and can see that I'm in the minority but what else do other people favour then? Who's for Tesco value?

These are actually pretty good as far as jarred sauces go. I'd be interested in what brands the people bitching above would suggest?

Personally I normally make my own sauce as I can get all the ingredients straight from the garden during summer, but it's worth having a couple jars of these in the cupboard over winter.

its OK stuff and you can use it for a reduction and add to it........great value for that price

Very good price.

Yet again a thread decends into personal views on a product rather than sticking to whether it is a hot deal or not. Most of the deals I give a vote for on HUKDs are not items I would choose to buy but I can recognise a good deal without being a fan of the product.

Downfall

What the hell is a B&M?



Well, can you not deduce what a B&M is, clearly it is not a misspelling of S&M, so you can gather it is a store, that must sell (amongst other things) food. If you go to their website (google is a very handy tool for finding things on the internet, but there are also other search engines out there) it can easily take you to their website where amonst telling you about the store, will also tell you store locations too, so you can ascertain whether or not there are any within the area of timbuktoo where you live.

cicobuff

Well, can you not deduce what a B&M is, clearly it is not a misspelling … Well, can you not deduce what a B&M is, clearly it is not a misspelling of S&M, so you can gather it is a store, that must sell (amongst other things) food. If you go to their website (google is a very handy tool for finding things on the internet, but there are also other search engines out there) it can easily take you to their website where amonst telling you about the store, will also tell you store locations too, so you can ascertain whether or not there are any within the area of timbuktoo where you live.



To be fair to him, B&M only exist in the poorer areas of the country. We don't have them down South. If you actually use their website it doesn't tell you where it's stores are, just that there are none within 25 miles.

BigAde

Okay for a bottled sauce, but way too salty. Make my own from tinned toms … Okay for a bottled sauce, but way too salty. Make my own from tinned toms that are nicer and cheaper.



Indeed. Fry onions and garlic, add tin of chopped tomatoes and dried herbs of your choice and you have a much healthier sauce in the time it takes to heat up a jar of this stuff.
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