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[Amazon.ca] Clover Leaf Light Tuna Olive Oil & Thai Chili 24 cans $23.76

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[Amazon.ca] Clover Leaf Light Tuna Olive Oil & Thai Chili 24 cans $23.76

Price is right, flavour is great and lid very easy to open no can opener needed.
24 cans for $23.76

Olive Oil
https://www.amazon.ca/Clover-Leaf-Solid ... ery&sr=1-1

Thai Chili
https://www.amazon.ca/Clover-Leaf-Flake ... ery&sr=1-3
Last edited by namomaz on Jul 2nd, 2020 6:19 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Should probably put price in the title
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question is this better than rio mare tuna?
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bLuPhYrE wrote: question is this better than rio mare tuna?
Imo Rio Mare is better but not by far.
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Great deal - to those on the fence about the Thai Chili, it tastes fine, but know that it's just sugar added to the tuna to make it taste like that.

You could always just add your own thai chili sauce to the "plain olive oil" one when you open it, or whatever other toppings you want.

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This Amazon deal may be to match this week's special at Zehrs (and probably Loblaws). Clover Leaf tuna 85g or 170g $1.

Also, I know that it's probably obvious, but should mention somewhere that it is 24 cans for 23.76.
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namomaz wrote: Price is right, flavour is great and lid very easy to open no can opener needed.
Unless your fingers are wet or greasy. In which case you need pliers to grab the pull tab.
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FYI these are the very small tins, tasty, often see them at SDM on sale for .99
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YOOOO this is back on sale!!!!???? That must mean that my man Moe is sitting somewhere thrilled right now!
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You already know I gotta link my man Moe the tuna enthusiast and olive oil supremacist for the uninitiated
Now you know, Stop eating tuna like plebs
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I think most people are better off buying the $0.99 deals. 24 cans of the same flavor is quite a bit, personally I prefer a variety of flavours
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Is having the tuna stored in olive oil really worth double the price (or having half as much in a can)?
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MasterAvatar wrote: Is having the tuna stored in olive oil really worth double the price (or having half as much in a can)?
Yes, 100%. Tuna in olive oil demolishes tuna in water, both in flavour and texture. I don't say that lightly.

If you'd like a compromise, Clover Leaf makes a broth/oil tuna which is quite good, and often goes on sale at most grocery stores. It's my third pick after Rio Mare and OP's Clover Leaf w/ Olive Oil:

https://www.cloverleaf.ca/en/products/c ... -broth-oil
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bLuPhYrE wrote: question is this better than rio mare tuna?
I actually did a little comparison between this and Rio Mare after the last tuna thread, and decided Rio Mare is hands down better.

Is it twice the price better? I think it depends on your application. But Rio Mare is — distinctly, as far as I'm concerned — better.

Personally I am not too price sensitive, so I switched, for what it's worth.
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Recoil wrote: I actually did a little comparison between this and Rio Mare after the last tuna thread, and decided Rio Mare is hands down better.

Is it twice the price better? I think it depends on your application. But Rio Mare is — distinctly, as far as I'm concerned — better.

Personally I am not too price sensitive, so I switched, for what it's worth.
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