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Old Sat, Aug-16-03, 15:32
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Default LC Sauces

Has anyone tried the Empower Foods LC Sauces?

I'd like some feedback if you have any to offer.


p.s. If you don't have an outlet near you, I found these guys: as distributors - but some info on delivery areas is unclear. I've mailed them with a few questions.
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Old Sun, Aug-17-03, 04:15
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Hi wabi_sabi
I have tried the sauces and found them ok ..I have even been back for more if that is any indication..Be brave and try them ok also might like to try the IXL marmalade low joule stuff from Woolies..only 5.3gr of carbs per 100gr and sweetend with splenda ..
Take care ...John...
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Old Sun, Aug-17-03, 17:18
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I've tried the tomato and the satay but not the sweet and sour. I thought they were pretty good. The satay was a bit runny has a fairly high water content, probably to make it go further. I thought the tomato sauce had a nice tang to it. I'll buy the tomato again but prefer to make my own satay's very simple and much cheaper to make your own and you can use crunchy peanut butter!
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