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Have you tried the Pineapple Sausage @ Costco?

letsindulge Jun 8, 2012 04:25 PM

I'm having a brainfart and can't recall the producer but I know for certain it's not Aidells. Wondering how it compares to Whole Foods' version which I quite enjoy.

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    HillJ RE: letsindulge Jun 14, 2012 04:08 PM

    http://www.evergoodfoods.com/products...

    letsin, was this the brand?

    or this? http://www.atkfoods.com/our-brands/sa...

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      letsindulge RE: HillJ Jun 21, 2012 12:22 PM

      It was the Evergood. Do you have any experience to share about it? Thanks.

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        HillJ RE: letsindulge Jun 21, 2012 01:08 PM

        We grilled the pineapple sausage and enjoyed them with slices of grilled fresh pineapple and roasted peppers on large crusty rolls.

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          letsindulge RE: HillJ Jun 21, 2012 05:00 PM

          So I take it you like them? Will pick them up next time. The package is quite large but hopefully they'll do OK in the freezer.

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            HillJ RE: letsindulge Jun 21, 2012 05:05 PM

            Yes my entire family enjoyed them. I tend to break up large pkgs. like that into separate uses and freeze and use as we go. They did fine in the freezer....but they weren't in there more than 3 mos.

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              pine time RE: HillJ Jul 13, 2012 02:12 PM

              How was the salt content? Our CostCo had samples today of the Aidell's pineapple-teriyaki: first bite was very good, but then the salt-bomb hit.

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                HillJ RE: pine time Jul 13, 2012 02:29 PM

                I didn't find the pineapple teriyaki salty actually. Did the Costco vendor add anything to them?

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                  pine time RE: HillJ Jul 13, 2012 02:46 PM

                  Don't know if salt was added. Mr. Pine and I talked, and agree that we find many processed foods too salty. Probably 'cause I use very little salt at home, so our tastebuds may be skewed.

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