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Morrisons Eat Smart Baked Beans

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Brand: Morrisons / Type: Beans

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      12.11.2009 14:01
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      Worth buying! :)

      I eat a lot of beans and I don't really mind what I find in the cupboard as long as they are edible and I can open the tin easily to get to them, lol! I have gone through a phase of eating them with toast or just with bread and butter, yummy, so there was only a tin of Morrisons eat Smart reduced baked beans in tomato sauce in the tin cupboard the other day... I kept the label to review as obviously they are healthier than ordinary beans with 35% less fat and 40% less sugar - that's a lot of calories to save for a basic product I think! The tin doesn't come with a ring pull so that was a bit annoying but it can be recycled which is cool as it is metal :) The best before date is Sept 11 so last ages like all tinned foods, once opened you should keep the contents in the fridge and use within 48 hours... Beans are really easy to cook, you can do them on the hob or in the microwave, the instructions are on the can. These are suitable for vegetarians but contain sulphites and are produced in a factory that contains nuts. The percentages less mean less than Morrisons normal baked beans and they are made in the UK. The calories are 147 per half a can and the fat content is 0.8g and the sugars is 5g which seems really low for something that has quite a sweet sauce. There are 40% beans and "20 % tomato puree in the ingredients and lots of seasoning and onion powder which id the one that contains the sulphites... The beans are very soft and quite tender; the sauce is quite orange in colour and seems a bit runny compared to Heinz beans for example. The flavour is nice, the sauce is quite sweet but not artificial tasting and there is plenty of it. I didn't think these were too bad, the haricot beans looked well formed and solid enough, they hadn't gone to mush and they taste good so I would give these beans four stars, not bad!

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