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  • I found Cooper’s Toasted Cheese Ravioli to be more flavorful and enjoyable than Cooper's Toasted Beef Ravioli
  • The problem with cheese raviolis is they simply aren't as filling as beef raviolis
  • Still, I won't buy the meat raviolis again, but I will likely get these cheese raviolis again because of how tasty they are, and as long as I have a salad and some garlic bread to go with them, then they are relatively filling, Something else that I like about these raviolis is that they don't fall apart real easily
  • For two dollars and sixty-nine cents for a fourteen point five ounce bag, I think they're worth the money


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      I found Cooper’s Toasted Cheese Ravioli to be more flavorful and enjoyable than Cooper’s Toasted Beef Ravioli. Unlike the beef raviolis which didn’t have much flavor at all, these cheese raviolis do taste good due to the triple cheese mixture of mozzarella, Parmesan and Asiago. These raviolis are indeed cheesy in texture and rich in flavor. The problem with cheese raviolis is they simply aren’t as filling as beef raviolis. Between the dough and the beef, the beef raviolis filled me up nicely. The problem was, I didn’t

      enjoy the raviolis too much because the beef was bland and the dough didn’t have much flavor. Now I have sort of the opposite problem with the cheese raviolis. The cheese combination gives these raviolis flavor, but cheese alone isn’t very filling.

      When I add a salad and some garlic bread to this meal, it does become more filling. I have to add more of these cheese-filled raviolis to my plate still though when compared with the beef raviolis since without meat, the meal just isn’t as filling.


      • Still, I won’t buy the meat raviolis again, but I will likely get these cheese raviolis again because of how tasty they are, and as long as I have a salad and some garlic bread to go with them, then they are relatively filling, Something else that I like about these raviolis is that they don’t fall apart real easily. They don’t seem to be too fragile so while they’re being cooked and when I’m cutting them, I don’t end up with a big, frustrating mess. The dough
        holds the cheese in real well and the dough itself is pretty tender too, so that’s another plus.

        Aside from these raviolis not being overly filling, I did enjoy them. For two dollars and sixty-nine cents for a fourteen point five ounce bag, I think they’re worth the money. The three cheeses bring a lot of flavor to the dinner table and I can get at a couple of meals out of one bag. The value isn’t bad and the product is pretty good, so I’m rating these cheese raviolis an “8″.




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