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One Gallon French's Worcestershire Sauce, 128 oz. - $5.50 after 20% Clipped Coupon + 15% S&S

https://www.amazon.com/Frenchs-Wo...208&sr=8-4

French's Worcestershire Sauce delivers a signature taste, perfect for adding depth of flavor in sauces, marinades and steaks. This gallon of sauce is highly concentrated, making it ideal for marinating and tenderizing meat. You can also use this product to deliver a bold and robust umami burst of flavor to various recipes.

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TANGY, BOLD FLAVOR: French's Worcestershire Sauce amplifies all your favorite sauces by delivering a signature flavor with outstanding depth; bold umami notes provide a distinct taste that is perfect for steak and other dishes.

HIGH QUALITY BLEND: Contains only the finest ingredients, including anchovies, molasses and signature spices for a tangy, bold flavor and premium consistency; high-quality blend delivers the best results.

***You DO NOT have to keep this in your refrigerator after opening. It can be kept at room temperature even after being opened with no spoilage.

**This DOES NOT contain any added MSG. It packs a huge wallop of umami flavor, but without MSG.

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Items: $8.28
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$1.66
Subscribe & Save: -$1.24
Total before tax: $5.38
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.12
Total: $5.50
Gift Card: -$5.50
Order total: $0.00
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I usually buy the 2 pack of lea and perrins bottles at sams club.
lasts just right.. use most of it making meatloaf.
takes about 3oz for a 2lb'er
Afraid to use offbrand. /shrug
fyi best meatloaf recipe ever.
I skip the ketchup and put more Worcestershire on top.
https://www.food.com/recipe/lea-p...oaf-497277

protip use special meatloaf pan that has a draining insert for the fat.
Put it in everything. Asians use fish sauce in everything because it makes it better. Cajuns put worcestershire sauce in everything. Marinades, soup, dip steak in it, ox tail, braised short rib, bloody Marys. If it's savory, a dash of W sauce would probably make it better. It adds the sixth taste - funk.
This is great for making beef jerky!

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This seems like a solid deal for such a massive amount of sauce. I feel like I need this for grilling but I would ever be able to use it all.
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This seems like a solid deal for such a massive amount of sauce. I feel like I need this for grilling but I would ever be able to use it all.
Not with that attitude you won't. Ha. Just kidding. Had the same thoughts, but this is way cheaper than apple cider vinegar and I think might, might be a good spritz. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. In for 1
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This is great for making beef jerky!
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How this compared to Lea n perrins?
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What would I use this gallon for ? I don't think I could use it all.
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How long can you keep this? My last bottle is still over half full with a best by date of 2/20/22? Also the bottle is very messy and drips sauce ever.
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I still have an unopened gallon of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce that I bought from Amazon on September 2021 for $11 and some change. I don't know what to do with it.

Edit: I just realized I could've probably used it to marinade a whole ass turkey on Thanksgiving.
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I still have an unopened gallon of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce that I bought from Amazon on September 2021 for $11 and some change. I don't know what to do with it.

Edit: I just realized I could've probably used it to marinade a whole ass turkey on Thanksgiving.
Make venison jerky, that's what I do!
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I still have an unopened gallon of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce that I bought from Amazon on September 2021 for $11 and some change. I don't know what to do with it.

Edit: I just realized I could've probably used it to marinade a whole ass turkey on Thanksgiving.
Ship it to me. I'll pay the shipping and $2 to you lol
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How this compared to Lea n perrins?
I would use this bottle of French's to wash off my bottle of Lea & Perrins.

L&P has more depth of flavor, and it is more umami than sweet. If you are cooking for a family, I'd put the original. if you are cooking for a crowd, I wouldn't hesitate to dump this sauce in.
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I still have an unopened gallon of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce that I bought from Amazon on September 2021 for $11 and some change. I don't know what to do with it.

Edit: I just realized I could've probably used it to marinade a whole ass turkey on Thanksgiving.
Put it in everything. Asians use fish sauce in everything because it makes it better. Cajuns put worcestershire sauce in everything. Marinades, soup, dip steak in it, ox tail, braised short rib, bloody Marys. If it's savory, a dash of W sauce would probably make it better. It adds the sixth taste - funk.
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I usually buy the 2 pack of lea and perrins bottles at sams club.
lasts just right.. use most of it making meatloaf.
takes about 3oz for a 2lb'er
Afraid to use offbrand. /shrug
fyi best meatloaf recipe ever.
I skip the ketchup and put more Worcestershire on top.
https://www.food.com/recipe/lea-p...oaf-497277

protip use special meatloaf pan that has a draining insert for the fat.
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How long can you keep this? My last bottle is still over half full with a best by date of 2/20/22? Also the bottle is very messy and drips sauce ever.
In my opinion it ages very well. It does change a little, but it isn't unpleasant years after the best by date.
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