Sainsbury's Mushroom Pate Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Sainsbury's / Type: Pates
Newest Review: ... covering, displaying all the necessary information. The sleeve and cap is recyclable but, not so the plastic pot and lid so, ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Mushroom Pate Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/05/10, updated on 08/06/13 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I was quite pleased with Sainsbury's Mushroom pate. There's so many sandwich fillers and toast toppers available from the meat section, that I get a bit cross sometimes at the lack of foods on offer for those who don't wish to eat meat at all, or want a healthier option at times. Because of this I often look around for something new whilst shopping. I saw this pate on the chilled delicatessen shelves recently and thought that, for £1.00 it was definitely worth a try. This mushroom pate comes in a small, 115 gram tub, with a thin cardboard covering, displaying all the necessary information. The sleeve and cap is recyclable but, not so the plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I love sandwiches, but sometimes I get tired of the normal fillings and wander off down the supermarket aisles in search of something a little bit different . It was just such a search that led me to this little 115g pot of Mushroom Pate, costing a mere £1. It comes in a small round clear plastic tub, which is inside a cardboard sleeve . This lets you get a good look at the pate itself - and I will say on first look, its not the most attractive thing to look it, being largely grey in colour and looking a little like cat litter mixed with cream . Appearances can be deceptive however, so I decided to reserve judgement until I got it home and could taste ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Shopping for a Vegetarian can be really difficult! Staying with my mate in a caravan and holidaying at the moment I struggle to find things that we can both sort of snack on! I like a sarnie in the evenings which is not a problem for me not being a Vegetarian however for her she gets bored so when I spotted this in Sainsbury's at £1.00 a tub I popped it in my trolley and she was well pleased when she saw I got it! The Packaging: Light beige sleeve that pulls on and off with ease from over a see-through round plastic tub. On the front of the sleeve there is a photograph on the pate and I'm told it is Sainsbury's Mushroom Pate 'Roasted mushrooms ... Read the complete review
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