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[Amazon.ca] Amazon add-on. Molisana pasta 88 cents

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[Amazon.ca] Amazon add-on. Molisana pasta 88 cents

I missed the .99 deal last time because I couldn't find $25 of stuff to buy. Since I'm buying xmas stuff now. ie. baby Yoda., I'm stocking up on pasta.
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Sep 19, 2020
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Loaded up - $25.52 worth of pasta, no additional items required. Thanks OP Person Raising Both Hands In Celebration
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Nov 9, 2005
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Thanks OP! In for 30 pkgs of pasta for local food bank!
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Dec 3, 2005
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I bought 6 orzo and 6 spaghettini last time. Prices were indeed attractive, but a couple of bags ripped open and made a mess. Before I even got around to using them, I bought a philips pasta maker, and now I regret hoarding so much pasta (also bought a lot of spaghetti from Costco 2 weeks ago)...
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Superstore has it for $0.88 this week too.
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Jan 5, 2015
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barilla pasta also goes on sale at 88cents here in montreal.
best tasting spaghetti if you ask me.
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Feb 7, 2007
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Attard1978 wrote: barilla pasta also goes on sale at 88cents here in montreal.
best tasting spaghetti if you ask me.
I'm gonna disagree, la molisana>>>>most, if not all pastas around.
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Dec 13, 2004
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Thanks OP! Never tried this brand before, picked up a few to check it out!
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DudebuD wrote: I'm gonna disagree, la molisana>>>>most, if not all pastas around.
Oh, really? I need to try it this time. I always thought Catelli or Barilla were the better ones out there.
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Feb 7, 2007
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origami wrote: Oh, really? I need to try it this time. I always thought Catelli or Barilla were the better ones out there.
Catelli is definitely not. Barilla, de cecco and la molisana are the better ones but for me, la molisana is the best. Best flavour and a nicer bite when cooked al dente.
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I’m not about to pasta deal like this up!

In for 30, thanks OP!
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bojac wrote: Thanks OP! In for 30 pkgs of pasta for local food bank!
I organize something in my company to do this the last 2 years. But unfortunately we all work from home now.

I'm getting some pasta for the food bank as well as some toothbrush as well. The food bank gets a lot of food but always short on toiletries. Should have loaded up some of those $12 PC brand toilet paper last week to donate to them, but forgot about it until now. Slightly Frowning Face
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I stocked like 100 of molisana pasta, at double the price.

Great value even at 1.99, cappelini is my fav, and the whole wheat pasta. Looks like the less popular varieties are on sale. Still a good deal.
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How does this brand compare to the Presiden't Choice brand pasta, especially in the whole wheat department?

I tried the Italpasta whole wheat, and it just tasted weird. I prefer the PC product any day.
What if there were no hypothetical questions?

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