Garden of Salsa
Is there anyone who doesn’t like salsa?
There’s nothing about it in the Bible but I think God put a pond of salsa in the Garden of Eden for Adam & Eve to enjoy every day. I don’t know if there were tortilla chips to dip in this magnificent salsa pond but I’m sure they had an amazing assortment of fresh vegetables for dipping.
Actually, I think I even know which type of salsa God used – it has to have been Garden Fresh Gourmet Salsa.
Have you had this stuff? It’s incredible.
The wonderfully fresh flavors of tomato, garlic, onion, and cilantro are all my favorite things in a salsa. There’s also a little sugar to add a nice hint of sweetness. It has a great texture with chunks of the tomatoes and onion and doesn’t feel as processed as the jars of Pace or ChiChi’s salsa you can get at the grocery store.
Because the Garden Fresh Gourmet Salsa uses so many fresh ingredients, it doesn’t last long once it’s opened. That’s no problem in our house – we go through two or three containers of it every week.
Unfortunately, this is one of the more expensive salsa on the market. For a 16 oz. container, it’s about $4.50. In my opinion, it’s well worth it.
I’ve seen these available at Kroger and Whole Foods and I highly recommend trying them out.