Sainsbury's Basics Full Flavour Cheddar Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Cheese
Newest Review: ... a sharp, full flavour and is absolutely awesome when melted on brown toast. Cheese is sold by weight, so the price you pay ... more
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I will admit to being thoroughly impressed with Sainsburys Basics Full Flavoured Cheddar. My girlfriend is French and is therefore obsessed with two things; wine and cheese! Invariably we have 4 or 5 different cheeses on the go at any one time, usually the stronger ones (Roquefort, Gorgonzolla and Stilton for example). While I like these cheeses as well, I really think that Cheddar is up there with the best the cheese world has to offer. Sainsburys Basics Full Flavoured Cheddar is a great cheese that combines value and flavour superbly. It has a sharp, full flavour and is absolutely awesome when melted on brown toast. Cheese is sold by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Sainsbury's Basics Full Flavour Cheddar Description: Manufacturer: Sainsbury's / Type: Cheese For anyone who haven't read my earlier reviews, let me begin by explaining my feelings on the no frills supermarkets ranges which are expanding all the time. I really like the fact that I can save money by not paying for fancy packaging (which just goes in the bin anyway!) and have recently become a convert to this excellent way of saving cash. I have tried quite a few different things over the last few months from the Sainsbury's Basics range and for the most part, have been really pleased by the quality. Of course there have been a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
One area where I'm a bit of a food snob is cheese - and there are usually two or three different kinds in my fridge. My favourites are soft and creamy french cheeses or incredibly strong speciality cheddars, which are delicious, but rather expensive . There are certain circumstances where good cheese is wasted though - for example on the tastebuds of my 6 year old daughter, who heaps great big handfuls of the stuff onto backed potato. So, I do buy the cheaper own brand cheddars if I know I'm going to be using it where a nicer brand would be a waste . These cheese is available in several different sized packets, but essentially works out at 5.98 per ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I am not a big cheese eater even though I do really enjoy the stuff, it's the fat content that puts me off and considering I have been on a diet since the year dot it has gradually become a less and less common purchase for me. I only have this block of Sainsburys Basics Full Flavour Cheddar because my daughter accidentally ordered two during her last online shop and rather than going to the effort of sending it back she sent it over for me as I have two of the girls' staying this weekend and they always complain that Nan has never got any of their beloved cheese in the fridge. I've used it twice and must say I'm quite impressed. The cheese hasn't got a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/09, updated on 03/02/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
For a few weeks now, I have saved a few pretty pennies by purchasing this basic cheddar. It is nothing exciting, it is not a mature cheddar, it is not extremely flavourful (despite its "full flavour" claim). I am not even saying or advocating, that you would serve this as part of a cheese board. An I would certainly guess that you would not enjoy it, served by itself with a chutney. No, In fact I would not recommend it for any of those things at all. However it has been ideal, and is ideal for melting over a jacket potato, or for knocking up a basic cheese and toast, or even for melting into a white sauce to pour over your cauliflower ... Read the complete review
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