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“With the name of Ainsley Harriott attached to this...”

Written on: 26/10/2006 by Mr Nat Lake (6 reviews written)

Good Points
Thick consistency
Low fat

Bad Points

General Comments
With the name of Ainsley Harriott attached to this product I was expecting a gourmet experience. This was not the case. The colour is like a semi-translucent vegetable soup with some strange green lumps in it (quite possible lentils, but barely distinguishable as such). The taste was bland and boring. Imagine you've had a great curry, and left all the washing up in the sink overnight. The tap has been dripping away on the soiled pots and pans all night, and in the morning (having removed the lumps from the plug hole), the vaguely spicy water is left trickling away. Ainsley has cleverly managed to capture this water and freeze-dry it into a powdered soup he calls 'Spicy Lentil'. Dull, dull, dull and dreadful. Avoid it.

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