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Tridentds
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Tried a lot of them but keep going back to Hunts in the big cans. Either wife makes homemade sauce or we use Hunts with Garlic.


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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
At Costco Victoria's White Linen LINK
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Caplewood
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Silver palate marinara is the best imo


Martini
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
A Canadian tells you how a Jew decided what Italian Spaghetti sauce you like

If you are a Malcolm Gladwell fan, as I am here is his verbatim TED Talk from his book. Impressive as he uses no TelePrompTer.

If you don’t know him, he has several very good books. In addition to spaghetti sauce he can tell you about mustard, ketchup business, dogs, rotisserie chicken and hair color among other things.
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Powerman
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Just watched the whole thing. Love all of his books


Mad Dogg
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
I like to try heavily upvoted products. Results are typically good. Where does one find Cajun Power? I can't recall seeing this anywhere.


uptowntiger84
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Rao's


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Uncle JackD
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Cajun power is made in abbeville I believe... it’s at most stores around Lafayette. Fresh Pickens carries the whole Cajun power line.


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chryso
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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Monjuni's


You can keep that sweet crap.


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GeauxTigers0107
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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Where does one find Cajun Power?



I get it at Rouse's.


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I hope you're trolling as I checked the ingredients on that shite this morning and the right off the bat it was water.


I'm sorry. Didn't know you were allergic to H2O. And don't look now but beer has water in it too. Shocking, I know. And so does Newman's...and Ragu. Seeing a trend?


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marcus3000
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Ingredient lists start with the most prevalent ingredient. Cajun Power is mostly water, as compared to Rao's which is mostly tomatoes.


the paradigm
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
I honestly don't care what the most prevalent ingredient is. They all contain basically the same shite. Whatever tastes best is what I buy, and for me that's Sockarooni or S&J Original.


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fatboydave
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Kroger spicy 4 cheese is the jar of a lifetime!


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632627
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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Bertolli olive oil and garlic.



Bertolli is by far the best value for jar sauce. Rao’s is great, but a bit pricey.


unclebuck504
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
Three pages and no love for Barilla?

I like their Tomato and Basil. Also has a short list if relatively simple ingredients, with no HFCS. Great bang for your buck, as it's usually under $2.


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Spock's Eyebrow
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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Bertolli is by far the best value for jar sauce. Rao’s is great, but a bit pricey.


I went through a phase where I tried Rao's and all the expensive sauces. I enthusiastically returned to Bertolli Olive Oil and Garlic.


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ColoBama
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
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Browned meat with a jar of prego original and two small cans of hunts tomato sauce with oregano and basil is the bees knees.



Actually, that's a damn good combo if you don't have time to make your own completely from scratch. Those are good base spaghetti sauces that you can easily put your own touches to and will taste very good if you're in a tight.


andouille
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
No prepared spaghetti sauces, I keep cans of Cento and season them as I go. I guess I'm not sure why people with cooking skills buy prepared sauces. Does it save a lot of time or what?


OTIS2
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
I’m ur upvote.


bossflossjr
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re: What is everybody's go to jar spaghetti sauce?
I dont see how it saves time, as my wife uses Classico Roasted Red Pepper. I pulled a package of bacon venison from the freezer for meatballs tonite.... diced/crushed garlic and sauteed n olive oil, added some diced onion, bell pepper and torn basil leaves.. then added her sauce.

If im gonna go thru that trouble, just ger me some Cento crushed maters and let me use my own seasonings.

Red sauce is simple and can be as deep or shallow as ur cooking time allows. Why cheat when u dont have to?

And I love Malcolm Gladwell.


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