Is Frontera salsa gluten free?
Frontera, a specialty food company that specializes in Mexican products, makes several different types of salsa in three different lines: Gourmet Mexican Salsa, Salsa Mexicana, and Limited Edition Seasonal Salsa. It’s salsas marked gluten-free are: Roasted Tomato (Gourmet Mexican Salsa)
Is Mrs Renfro’s salsa vegan?
Renfro’s salsas have also received attention from the Vegan community, and are now sold at The Green Edge in Brisbane and Everything Vegan in Adelaide. “The products are absolutely fabulous,” Granger adds. “They are well packaged, have nicely balanced flavors and have an easily understood presentation.”
Is all salsa gluten-free?
Salsa is usually gluten-free, but not always. If you are extremely sensitive to gluten, note that some salsas use white vinegar which can be distilled from wheat and therefore contain small amounts of gluten.
Why would salsa not be vegan?
The answer is almost always, yes! 99% of the store-bought salsas you’ll find are always vegan. They’re usually just tomatoes, onions, peppers, and some spices. Since salsa is pretty much all whole foods, it’s actually one of the healthiest vegan condiments you can find so be sure to add it to your shopping list.
How many scovilles is Mrs Renfro’s Habanero salsa?
This “dusky,” “brittle” “scorcher” brought out the spicy adjectives in droves. Though I, like several tasters, found the salsa too hot—habanero peppers, the titular ingredient in Mrs. Renfro’s, average 250,000 Scoville units—we all appreciated the aptly labeled spice.
Are chips in Mexican restaurants gluten-free?
The chips themselves may not contain gluten, but if they’re fried in a shared fryer with any other gluten-battered food, they should not be advertised as gluten free. Ditto for the hard taco shells, made from corn…they must be fried in a dedicated fryer to be safe for consumption.
What alcohol is gluten-free?
Gluten-free liquors (after distillation) include:
Whiskey/Whisky. Tequila. Gin. Vodka.