Author Topic: First Street (Smart and Final) and Sam's Choice (Wal Mart) tomatoes - under $2  (Read 1916 times)

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Offline Lydia

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Sure  ;D  The California Tomato Dept.  :-D


I'm expecting my pink slip any day now, since this company managed to form and grow without my knowledge  :-D :-D
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Hi


Just wanted to update on another option for these tomatoes. Amazon is carrying the organic Heavy concentrated crushed tomatoes. Should be great for the heavier sauces.

http://www.amazon.com/Natural-Value-Concentrated-Organic-Tomatoes/dp/B00HYJRH9M/?tag=pizzamaking-20
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In the continuing saga of CSI Tomato, I found the same tomatoes at Ralphs under a different label. The price was $1.27.
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Thanks for the update.

Over-all I'm finding the canned tomatoes that are in lined cans as tasting much better. Which of course makes obvious sense.  :)
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