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Campbell's Soup $0.47, Carrots, Beets, Onions, Potatoes (10lb) $1.97, and Other Highlights - Sep 17-23 (Toronto Area)

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[No Frills] Campbell's Soup $0.47, Carrots, Beets, Onions, Potatoes (10lb) $1.97, and Other Highlights - Sep 17-23 (Toronto Area)

No Frills (Greater Toronto Area)
September 17-23, 2020


Campbell's condesnsed soup, 284mL (vegetable, tomato, cream of mushroom, or chicken noodle) $0.47
Rutabags (5 lb) $1.97
Carrots/beets/yellow onions/yellow potatoes (10 lb) $1.97


Also:

Italpasta (750g) $0.72
St. Hubert/Swiss Chalet meat pies (650-800g) $4.97
Green peppers $0.97/lb ($2.14/kg)
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Which chicken pies are better, Swiss Chalet or St. Hubert's?
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Kfox wrote: Which chicken pies are better, Swiss Chalet or St. Hubert's?
Get one of each ;)
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Kfox wrote: Which chicken pies are better, Swiss Chalet or St. Hubert's?
Huberts are heavier 675g to 800g whereas SC ranges from 650g to 655g
SH has a beef pie but I've never seen that in Frills
If you prefer a beef pie SC is your only choice
If you don't mind chicken SH is 800g and SC is only 650g
SC doesn't make a Tourtiere AFAIK so that's SH only
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You know it's Fall when carrots, beets, potatoes and onions are $1.97 for 10lb.
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Wiseman wrote: You know it's Fall when carrots, beets, potatoes and onions are $1.97 for 10lb.
I've been waiting for this sale, come on roasted veggies.
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jenviea wrote: Huberts are heavier 675g to 800g whereas SC ranges from 650g to 655g
SH has a beef pie but I've never seen that in Frills
If you prefer a beef pie SC is your only choice
If you don't mind chicken SH is 800g and SC is only 650g
SC doesn't make a Tourtiere AFAIK so that's SH only
All good to know, thanks. But which chicken pie tastes better?
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Sum_guy wrote: I've been waiting for this sale, come on roasted veggies.
Price match Freshco for buttercup, butternut, acorn and spaghetti squashes all $.67/lb

And pm Walmart for sweet potatoes at $.67/lb
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Kfox wrote: Price match Freshco for buttercup, butternut, acorn and spaghetti squashes all $.67/lb
I'll aim for cheaper. @will888 would probably understand the inside joke.
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green cabbage. $.47 / lb ($1.04 / kg).
was 98 cents a lb last month
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Maybe dumb question, but can you freeze carrots or beets? Or is there a better way?
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Thanks OP.
1000 points earned when you buy 4 L Neilson milk too
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Solsearchin1 wrote: Maybe dumb question, but can you freeze carrots or beets? Or is there a better way?
Maybe dice the carrots first, before you freeze them. I remember having a a frozen whole carrot in there for 6 months, until I finally found a use for it. When it thawed, it was all wet and squishy when cutting into it.
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I have to step in here and give a bad review for the carrots and beets. The carrots are past their freshness date long before they are bagged. Even in the fridge, they go bad very quickly. Stick with the individual carrots, pay a bit more and be able to select the good ones. The beets are often very tiny. A lot of effort is required to peel the skin.
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will888 wrote: I have to step in here and give a bad review for the carrots and beets. The carrots are past their freshness date long before they are bagged. Even in the fridge, they go bad very quickly. Stick with the individual carrots, pay a bit more and be able to select the good ones. The beets are often very tiny. A lot of effort is required to peel the skin.
Don't stores also do that for baked goods? I realize that these days, everything is likely pre-packaged, but there was a day when a groceries stores "fresh" baked good where in bulk bns and you would help yourself. There would also be seperate bags of the same product, sometimes for a lower price per piece. Some of the tiime, people just don't want to have to spend the couple of minutes picking out the best baked good and just want to walk into the store quickly, pay, and then go home. Other times, it seems that the pre-bagged patteries could be yesterday's stuff.

I don't notice a difference in freshness, but at least at Walmart, the 10 lb bags of onions contain very small onions. No Frills would probably sell them as Naturally Imperfect.


@will888 Are you going to air fry a chicken with some of these veggies?
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Solsearchin1 wrote: Maybe dumb question, but can you freeze carrots or beets? Or is there a better way?
you'll need to blanch them first
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I use frozen mixed veggies and sometimes pcs fall out of the bag in my freezer which don't look like the ones inside the bag. So I won't use just a frozen veggie by putting it the freezer. I once froze apple slices, banana and grapes once during my college life and they were awfully dehydrated when I thawed them :).
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Solsearchin1 wrote: Maybe dumb question, but can you freeze carrots or beets? Or is there a better way?
if you don't think you can use the 10 pounds before they begin to spoil why don't you just give a portion to your neighbour(s)? ......... seeds of good karma

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