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[Amazon.ca] Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli 8 x 425g $7.98 as low as $.85 with 15% Sub & Save

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[Amazon.ca] Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli 8 x 425g $7.98 as low as $.85 with 15% Sub & Save

Comfort food Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli @ $1/can, $.85/can with 15% Sub & Save.
Eat two cans and receive 100% of your daily intake for sodium
WARNING: Not vegan approved.


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Dec 12, 2014
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Toronto, ON
I've seen these in every large Ontario grocery store for $1/can. It's been in the flyers every week
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blackston3 wrote: I've seen these in every large Ontario grocery store for $1/can. It's been in the flyers every week
I think $.85 delivered free right to your front door is a lot better deal than paying $1 and having to go get it.
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Jan 12, 2017
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not a fan of these... too bad it wasnt the spagetti and meatballs cans
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pootza wrote: Comfort food Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli @ $1/can, $.85/can with 15% Sub & Save.
Eat two cans and receive 100% of your daily intake for sodium
WARNING: Not vegan approved.



#ravioli.jpg
Ah good stuff that can store and last for some time. Good for emergencies or the occasional snack.

Not a bad idea to keep a small varied amount of food in a box with enough food for 2 weeks or more should you loose your job or get sick and have to go into a 2week quarantine.

When storing a little extra food for emergencies I recommending 1-2 items extra a week into your pantry but separate that extra food into a box and label it. Store what you will like and eat. Each time there is a sale on add a few items into the emergency food box and take out a few items so your storage food is always fresh.
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Apr 18, 2019
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Gonna eat these cold after a few beers, Ricky style.
Sr. Member
Jul 14, 2008
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Montreal
thanks op, my kids love these although not exactly a healthy meal but good to have a few for those lazy days
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Jan 6, 2013
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JONQUIERE
Jonick wrote: thanks op, my kids love these although not exactly a healthy meal but good to have a few for those lazy days
Its ok the Jamieson Multivitamins are on sale too! :)

Kidding aside. I havn't eaten some of these in forever. Might grab some at the store for the heck of it. Won't bother ordering since the kids don't like these... they are weird.
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May 30, 2016
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Scarborough, ON
I also like eating these once every couple of years. I mean it's not exactly great ravioli but it's coming out of a can so what can you expect?
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May 4, 2001
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Dollarama sells Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli for $1.00 a can and there is pretty much a Dollarama within a kilometer anywhere you go. Chef Boyardee (and hot chocolate) is great to take along on ice fishing trips as you want something filling and simple to make when you're out on the ice
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wilson wrote: Dollarama sells Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli for $1.00 a can and there is pretty much a Dollarama within a kilometer anywhere you go. Chef Boyardee (and hot chocolate) is great to take along on ice fishing trips as you want something filling and simple to make when you're out on the ice
Careful, too many of these and you're asking a lot from humble ice.
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wilson wrote: Dollarama sells Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli for $1.00 a can and there is pretty much a Dollarama within a kilometer anywhere you go.
Not for me ... 200KM would seem silly for me to travel to pay more but thanks anyways.

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