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Questions about Classic Cooking Passover products (at Wegmans & Costco) & other Wegmans items

chompie | Mar 25, 201511:31 AM     4

We have our first Wegmans and was excited to hear that they replace their entire Kosher section with all Pesach products!. Many items from Classic Cooking inc potato, apple farfel and sweet kugels, veg soufflé, butternut squash quiche, tzimmes, and otherbrands products such as matzo balls, latkes , knishes etc. Was wondering what people recommend. I tried the regular noodle kugel and it was basic but fine for us. I don't need fancy or gourmet for this stuff, just good basic flavor. We usually get things from our small local Kosher market but have had raw potato kugel and weird flavored sweet kugel. My biggest issue is that the Wegmans stuff is dated for lasting for another couple weeks which means preservatives. Our local stuff is fresh and goes bad in a couple days. So does the preservatives mess up the flavor or turn you into a puckered prune? Any other recs for shelf, frozen, baked or fresh Passover items from Wegmans? thanks!

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