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  • I found these last night at one of our local grocery stores for around $3
  • These were $3 and the hamburger was a little over $4 for one pound (I, unfortunately, picked a night when the store didn't happen to have the hamburger on sale)

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      Product Description: Bag of seasoned meatballs from the Armour brand that are made out of turkey rather than beef. I found these last night at one of our local grocery stores for around $3.

      What I liked about this product: The main reason I ended up buying this product was the price.

      I have seen plenty of other meatball brands that run around $6 for roughly the same quantity and appreciated finding one


      that was about half that price.

      Even more important was the fact the meatballs were even cheaper than a pound of hamburger; my other option for meat for my spaghetti dinner I was making.

      These were $3 and the hamburger was a little over $4 for one pound (I, unfortunately, picked a night when the store didn’t happen to have the hamburger on sale).

      When I saw these were made out of turkey,


      • I was concerned they would have a taste that I wouldn’t enjoy.

        However, the meatballs weren’t much different than regular meatballs in terms of flavor and, once they were in the sauce, there was no way to tell the difference.

        What I didn’t like about this product: I have this complaint about the regular Armour Meatballs too but these were a bit on the small side for me.

        On one hand, they weren’t

        too bad for what I was using them for.

        But, I wouldn’t buy them for some of the other dishes I would make simply because they wouldn’t be big enough.

        I would like to see Armour come out with larger meatballs for around the same price.

        My Final Opinion: If you don’t care about the size of the meatballs, these are actually a pretty decent substitute to regular beef meatballs; both because of the taste and the price.




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