Sainsbury's Tinned Vegetarian Spaghetti Bolognese Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... was no more! Even now, many years later, I think back on the amazing times I had with my veggie Bolognese, and wonder what ... more
by - written on 18/01/11 (Very useful, 136 readings)
*** Student grub *** Back in my student days, Sainsburys made a little lifesaver in a tin that kept me well nourished and helped ensure I had a well balanced diet. This little miracle was Vegetarian Bolognese in a tin, at the bargain price of 54p. As a skint student who didn't eat much meat, this was a bit of a godsend and I would stock up every time I went shopping. Also, as the tin contained just the Bolognese sauce, and no pasta, this really helped me develop my culinary skills as I had to make the pasta myself. This help me achieve a wide range of vital cooking skills which I still use today, such as boiling water, adding pasta, cooking pasta and testing pasta ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/10, updated on 14/07/13 (Very useful, 93 readings)
When I first stopped eating meat about 20 years ago I found the best place to get vegetarian food was Sainsburys. It wasn't great but it was excellent towards other supermarkets, now all supermarkets sell some vege food, but some more than others. Vege food in a tin isn't that available; some supermarkets sell vege sausage and beans others don't. The only place I have found vegetarian spaghetti bolognese in a tin is in Sainsburys. I must point out that I live in a smallish town and there isn't much vegetarian stuff so it could be widely available in supermarkets near you. I have had this many times over the years so it is something I buy for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/10, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 151 readings)
As I don't eat meat I'm always pleased to try something snacky and tasty that doesn't contain meat. I don't find that most supermarkets cater very well for vegetarians. It's not so difficult finding something to have as a dinner but, when it comes to something for a quick lunch or snack, then things can be difficult and the shelves a little bare. However, larger Sainsbury's stores, I find, are improving, and some of their tinned convenience foods aren't at all bad. I've tried this particular product a few times. It's so easy and quick to prepare and is fairly tasty. I won't go overboard...it's not like 'proper' home made bolognese, whether that's made ... Read the complete review
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