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6-Pack 28-Oz Muir Glen Organic Whole Fire Roasted San Marzano Style Tomatoes EXPIRED

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These are probably good, but it's worth noting that San Marzano Style ≠ San Marzano.
Huh? The food is inside the protective can. Why throw away the food?
I've never seen these below $3/can

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Is this good for pizza sauce?
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These are probably good, but it's worth noting that San Marzano Style ≠ San Marzano.
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Is this good for pizza sauce?
No. These are fire roasted so they are charred. This would be used more for cooking or for salsa

San marzano style just refers to plum tomatoes which are not even always the best for pizza. Just any good tomato is fine
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I remember when these were just $1 each... seems like only last year.
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I remember when these were just $1 each... seems like only last year.
I've never seen these below $3/can
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Is this good for pizza sauce?
I only use whole peeled San marzanos for pizza sauce and there are a few brands that have a bit misleading labels about the products origin. You can't go wrong going with the Cento, Kirkland, or Mutti brands whole peeled San marzanos, just make sure they say Product of Italy or have the correct certification seal (I'm not really sure what that is tbh).

Cans will be between $3-4 usually. Cento is ~$10.30 for a 3-pk at my local Costco, price has been fluctuating a lot recently though.
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I'll say this. I got this last time around, and every single can was severely dented. They all went in the trash, better yet, compost/recycle bins. Amazon refunded me the amount though
Huh? The food is inside the protective can. Why throw away the food?
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I'll say this. I got this last time around, and every single can was severely dented. They all went in the trash, better yet, compost/recycle bins. Amazon refunded me the amount though
Were the tomatoes dented too? Seriously, that is being wasteful when there are other starving in this world.
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We got these last SD... Made some delicious restaurant style salsa.
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I just got 4 cans at Whole Foods for $1.99 each on clearance. They are...weird. The liquid is clear-ish in the can and the taste is extra tangy and acidic. Cant say I love these. Whole San Marzano from Italy or even Miur Glenn's Whole tomatoes from California are way better.
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Is this good for pizza sauce?
Sure. I used a stick blender directly in the can, added salt and used the mixture for pizza. Came out great.
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San Marzano tomatoes are amazing paste tomatoes. If they are 'San Marzano STYLE' that just means you are buying paste tomatoes.
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