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.
letsin, was this the brand?
or this? http://www.atkfoods.com/our-brands/sa...
It was the Evergood. Do you have any experience to share about it? Thanks.
We grilled the pineapple sausage and enjoyed them with slices of grilled fresh pineapple and roasted peppers on large crusty rolls.
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.
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.
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.
I didn't find the pineapple teriyaki salty actually. Did the Costco vendor add anything to them?
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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