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  • It's definitely a quality garlic spread that successfully spices up any bread that's being served with a pasta dish, pizza or even a meat dish

    • by CirclingCanvas


      This is a garlic spread that is made in-store at Kroger grocery stores, so it’s not sold at any other store. A twelve-ounce tub of this garlic spread runs for around two dollars and fifty-cents, which is a fair price I feel considering the quality of the spread and the period in which it lasts.

      Adding this garlic spread to biscuits, bread or even bread that already has

      a garlic topping results in something that will deliver a pleasant garlic flavor.

      What’s nice is I don’t have to load on a thick layer of the garlic spread, either, in order to taste the garlic topping.

      A thin layer suffices just fine.

      The garlic spread is easy to apply to whatever it is I want to coat with a garlic taste.

      I don’t have to let the ...

      • spread sit out for a little bit in order for it to soften.

        I can take it right out of the refrigerator, which is where it must be kept once opened, and take a knife and begin spreading the garlic topping on the bread, biscuits or whatever.

        It stays on and doesn’t drip.

        It’s great that the garlic spread is so easy to add to something and that

        it’s thick enough where it doesn’t drip or cause the biscuits or bread or whatever to become messy to eat with the hands.

        It’s definitely a quality garlic spread that successfully spices up any bread that’s being served with a pasta dish, pizza or even a meat dish.

        It can even be added to garlic bread for an extra strong garlic taste.

        This garlic spread is deserving of a “10″ rating.

    James Kivell says :

    Is the Kroger Garlic Spread Gluten Free?
    CirclingCanvas replies :

    I have gotten conflicting answers from the employees that work in Kroger and I’ve concluded that they aren’t trustworthy when asked whether or not the spread is gluten-free. Some stores mark products that are gluten-free with special tags, but Kroger does not. Kroger s registered dietitians can be reached at 866-632-6900, if that helps. You should be able to speak with someone that can give you a firm yes or no.
    quick note by anonymous :

    Why doesn’t the container say to refrigerate after opening???? None of the labels say anything about this.
    Ryan says :

    It doesn’t say anything about refrigerating.
    Steve Shaw says :

    It s margarine.
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