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Prego 7 25.00%
Ragu 2 7.14%
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Old 10-23-2007, 07:35 PM   #1
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So, we had spaghetti for dinner tonight. Well, actually we had Rigatoni in Prego spaghetti sauce, but round here, all pasta is spaghetti. I grew up on Ragu, never cared for it.
Now, we always use Prego. A few weeks ago, Ragu was real cheap, so we tried it.
We were not impressed.
anyways, that got me wondering, which do you prefer.
Of course, I would love to make my own someday, once we have a place where we can have a garden.
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Prego FTW. There are a few Local companies we have that are excellent also. I also make my own sauce too occasionally. Homemade beats EVERYTHING.
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Homemade, then Ragu. Never Prego.
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Home Made.
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hmmmm. I am definitely going to have to try making my own some time.
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Home made, or mom-made

Also, Classico makes some good stuff.
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Prego for me.
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classico roasted garlic
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I have to say Other as in Paul Newmans "Sockaroonie". I don't have the time or patience for home made.
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Paul Newman'* Tomato Basil is awesome too. I use it on my homemade stuffed shells. I never really have had the time to make my own sauce. It can take hours depending on how you do it.

I've had many other Paul Newman sauces too. All are very good.
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