Just ate spaghetti with Ragu brand sauce. I love that shit. I eat it 3 or 4 times a week. Anyway I see on the lid it claims "America
s #1 pasta sauce brand!". Just wondering what type of pasta sauce brands are popular in other countries, specifically Italy. Anybody have any insight?
It's not hard, but it is time consuming. There are plenty of good sauces. My time is worth more to me than the $3.00 to buy a jar of pic related.
Ragu tastes better than your shitty home made garbage
>eats a jar of sauce designed to appeal to the palate of a 6 year old 3-4 times a week
>gets told he should probably learn to cook by the food and cooking board
>is somehow surprised
Every fucking thread.
>my time is worth more than..
such a fucking loser argument
why not just eat at mcdick and subway everyday if your fucking precious ass free time is too valuable to spend nourishing yourself
commercial processed food is ALL garbage
they sell all kinds of sauce here. i've never seen anyone buy them.
my ex-gf (a cashier at the biggest local supermarket) says that she'd see a sauce get sold about three times a month, usually moms with two kids and no time to cook would buy them (according to her)
This is the best jarred sauce I've ever had. It's usually expensive, but sometime's it's on sale for $3-$3.50.
Taste fresher and less sweet than Ragu/Classico/etc.