More Facts About Salsa

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Salsa might not cross your thoughts very often, but we have both put a lot of thought into it over the years and have some very interesting things to share with you about it.

Salsa literally means “sauce”.  It originated as far back as the Aztec civilization.  Over the past few decades, Americans have been introduced to a massive variety of salsa recipes.  Salsa is very healthy and adds an immense amount of flavor to numerous meals. 

In the grocery stores, one can find multiple varieties of salsa on the shelves.  Just recently, I discovered this as I perused the aisles.  There was everything from peach salsa, roasted garlic, chili pepper, black bean and corn, chipotle, pineapple, and mango salsa.  The salsas are available in a large range of spiciness, also.  There was mild, medium, hot, and fiery salsa on the shelf.  There are also a multitude of companies that make salsa.

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All About Salsa

We’ve had a lot going on lately so I haven’t had the time to post anything in awhile.  Let’s talk about food!

Salsa is an extremely versatile food.   It can be served warm, cool, bland, spicy, chunky or pureed.  Salsa comes in a variety of textures and colors.  It can be purchased in a grocery store or homemade in your own kitchen.  Salsa can be eaten by itself or it can complement a plethora of foods.  Salsa is considered to be quite an amazing food.

In the United States, salsa is usually served as a condiment.  Quite often, it plays the sidekick role to a heaping plate of nachos.  It is also served with egg dishes regularly.  However, the creativity does not stop there when one decides how else to serve salsa. 

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