6 lb 9 oz Can of Sausage Gravy!! – WHAT ARE WE EATING?? -The Wolfe Pit

6.9 LB Can of Sausage Gravy!! Is it any good? Would you eat it? Watch and see! Want to try a can? –


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  1. bigbog442 says:

    I do love me some biscuits and gravy. Let's really be honest here we would be using 12 to 16 servings of that gravy which it would be three to four cups for a couple of biscuits. You know we want those biscuits smothered in gravy.

    Something that I really love that I wish they sold more of is chip beef gravy right now the only company that I found that sells it that it's halfway decent is Stouffer's it comes in a small box and it's like a 1.96 each box at Wal-Mart.

  2. Arachnaman says:

    you getting triggered because water is in the ingredients makes no sense. do you even know how to make gravy?

  3. Dominic Altomare says:

    Msg being bad for you is a myth , look it up on , Adam ruins everything !

  4. David Cassell says:

    I can confirm that this is used at some of the places you described in your video from experience.

  5. Nate Heim says:

    Don't think I'd ever buy, but I'm with you. It doesn't look bad but it doesn't look great either. Thanks for the great and entertaining review as always!

  6. quosmo1 says:

    6.9 LB is NOT 6 pound 9 ounces… I wish stupid imperial measurements worked that way (hey it makes sense right) — but it doesn't.

  7. Robert Welton says:

    Making gravy is tedious but that's why you make a pot of gravy to have for a weeks supply

  8. El Queso says:

    "If you're counting your calories, you shouldn't be eating sausage gravy in the first place," is probably the most succinct dietary advice I have heard in years.
    Also: my Gramma's secret recipe went with her to her grave, until my cousin ratted her out that she used Bisquick

  9. Nathan Rahl says:

    It has a strange liver like taste. Good for a free breakfast, not much more.

  10. shanidar says:

    Like the channel… not happy that you vocalized all if the disgusting truths about buffets and the disgusting utensil handles….
    Yep, I'm triggered…. I'll get over it… 🙂

  11. miss chris says:

    I go to a bar that opens at 6am. Sometimes they serve biscuits and gravy to all the usual derilicts. Now I know how they manage to serve so many folks.

  12. Da Gamer says:

    Speaking from the inside Wolfe, we've used this gravy at my hotel for many years and it's been a constant positive on the breakfast bar. We regularly got supplies from Sam's Club which carries them at a super cheap price compared to Amazon. Piled this on top of the prebaked Pillsbury biscuits with a helping of premade scrambled eggs and precooked sausage patties to make a premium SOS.

  13. EvilDaveInc says:

    A cheap shot on Chef John? lol As soon as you said "after all you are the master" I thought of Chef John and then BOOM!

  14. SigmaTV says:

    Says it's not good nor bad, yet gives a rating of 8/10…
    I am even more confused.

  15. Dustin F says:

    I buy this all the time! It works wonderfully for me! I didn't like it at first though, but got used to the taste.

  16. cJinL says:

    How is your health, in all seriousness. This stuff is life, but I'd be afraid to have it more than once every two weeks or so.

  17. madskrillz2 says:

    I like sausage gravy but there's better options. IMO bacon or better yet, pork chops, make the best gravy.

  18. T.K. Baha says:

    Man, I dont know how anyone can eat sausage gravy. Just looks like puke mixed up with cottage cheese

  19. Stephen Hutchison says:

    Clearly you liked it, but wouldn't make it as a replacement for real homemade gravy. Which makes sense to me.

  20. roflcopterkklol says:

    why are Americans so autistic about MSG?
    it's fine, you have a head ache because yo don't drink enough water fatty.

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