Del Monte Whole Leaf Spinach, 13.5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
- Pack of twelve, 13.5-Ounce (Total of 162-Ounces)
- Made with fresh cut whole leaf spinach
- Picked fresh, packed fresh
- No preservatives
- Packed from fresh spinach
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Anyway, of all the various brands that are available and all the brands that have been available, Del Monte is our favorite. I suppose this is because they do not add artificial coloring or preservatives...what you get is pure spinach with just a minimum of water. We eat a lot of vegetables and vegetable dishes but normally we will include this product in our veggie rotation about once a week. We also use it is a variety of dishes ranging from various dips, garnishes and pasta dishes.
Now don’t take me wrong. We love fresh spinach and indeed grow quite a number of rows in our garden each year. What we do not eat as picked we freeze. It takes a lot of spinach leaves though to make up a batch of “cooked” spinach. The fresh spinach we find in our local grocery stores is not always all that fresh and for some reason we do not care all that much for commercially frozen spinach although neither of us turn our noses up at it if that is the only thing available.
When we serve it as just a vegetable stand alone side dish, we warm it with a pad of butter in it. My wife eats it just like that but I personally prefer a dash of vinegar and a bit of salt and If I am in a really wild mood, will also add just a bit of black pepper.
As another reviewer has pointed out (and it is the truth) several other major brands simply use too much water and I hate paying for watered down canned veggies...Read more ›
But, WE tried it. My significant other/husband being a chef trained in the kitchens of Bavaria just prepared an "einbrenne" for the spinach and served it. It sufficed as nourishment but we both concur that fresh spinach is 1000% better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Canned spinach can sometimes have a little grit in it. So far, this particular shipment seems to have more than I would expect.Published 4 days ago by Online Shopper123
I like it..however the price being charged for a case of 12 is insane...over $30.00...!!!Published 5 months ago by maureen featherstone
I am very happy with my purchase and will buy it again when i have used up the case i got. Definately worth the money.Published 14 months ago by June White