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Field Day’s Organic Salsa – I’m Loving It

I have been trying to limit the amount of oil and dressings that I am using these days. Yet, eating salads with no dressing isn’t exactly the most exciting thing in the world.

So, I have been experimenting with organic salsa and came across one from Field Day that I just love.

When you open the bottle of this organic salsa, the powerful smell brings to mind just one word: freshness. It was as if someone literally just made it in their kitchen minutes ago.

The salsa itself is slightly chunky, has excellent overall texture, and offers an impressive flavor profile.

Field Day’s “hot” flavor definitely has some heat to it but is not unbearable.  I don’t feel my mouth burning for 10 minutes after I eat it.

The other good thing about Field Day’s salsa is that it does not contain any sugar – very, very important for me.

How have I been using this organic salsa? Either with flax crackers as a snack, on a salad, or with quinoa at dinner.  For people who eat eggs, it would probably go along great with those as well.

I am very impressed with Field Day’s organic salsa and it is a fantastic product that I’ll be keeping in my fridge on a regular basis.

The ingredients include diced tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, onions, water, jalapeno peppers, garlic, cilantro, cider vinegar, lime juice concentrate, sea salt, cumin, and black pepper.

Field Day’s organic salsa comes in four flavors – hot, mild, medium, medium fire roasted garlic. It is available online (by the case on Amazon) and at retail stores nationwide. Be sure to call ahead to confirm that your local store in fact carries this specific Field Day product. 

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