Bisto Favourite Reduced Salt Gravy Granules Reviews
Product Type: Bisto Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Bisto / Type: Sauces
Newest Review: ... I have to watch the salt content as well, so when I first saw the new reduced salt Bisto I tried it straight away. How ... more
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Bisto Reduced Salt Granules 170g
Reduced salt favourite gravy granules. 25% less salt that standar ...
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
by - written on 02/09/11 (Very useful, 181 readings)
My blood pressure is high and has been controlled now for over ten years by tablets and diet. One of the main things I had to do was to cut out salt as this pushes up blood pressure. Along with lowering cholesterol and having a milk allergy into the bargain finding things I can eat is sometimes a nightmare. At least there is one thing I can count on and that's my cooked meal. I love a cooked meal with chicken, vegetables and gravy and I do love homemade gravy. However, that's one of the things I had to cut back on as using flour and meat juices is bad for my fat and salt levels. So I tried gravy granules and first turned to Bisto, as it's still the best gravy you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
In 1908 two men invented Bisto, a MR Roberts and a MR Paterson, I doubt either of them were around to see the launch of this reduced salt granules version of their invention and to be honest they haven't missed much. A 170g tub of this reduced salt version costs the same in Asda as the normal version, 96p. As a very regular user of the ordinary Bisto gravy granules I was keen to find out if these would taste as good, I hadn't bought these on purpose, my wife had picked them up by mistake but maybe they would turn out to be just as tasty but better for us. No they didn't, they might be slightly better for us with the salt having been reduced but they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 118 readings)
The History of Bisto.......... Bisto was invented by 2 men Roberts and Patterson in 1908 and has been available in granule form since 1979 The gravy granules available to buy are: Bisto favourite this is the beef flavour - red tub Bisto for turkey - Purple tub bisto for vegetable dishes - green tub bisto for chicken - yellow tub Bisto onion - brown tub and the ones I will be reviewing today Bisto favourite Gravy Granuals - Reduced Salt. A 170g tub, can be easily found in most supermarkets with an rrp of £0.98 These Bisto gravy granules come in a red tub with a blue push on lid, on opening ... Read the complete review
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