Vegan, Gluten-Free and Delicious Ingredients: Savour This Sauce

 savour-this-sauce

If you are intimidated to try a new dietary lifestyle like going  plant based or vegan, you are not alone. A significant amount of consumers have grown up their whole lives eating animal proteins,  processed foods, white pasta and bread, and canned goods with insane amounts of sugar. The thought of changing that habit can be scary, but can be overcome!

After a decade or so of this particular pattern, it is hard to break what is familiar to try something new, like changing your eating habits.  One of the top concerns I get from clients and friends is that they don’t know how to cook plant based meals that taste good. Everyone views healthy eating as steamed vegetables with olive oil – bland bland bland.

The key to transitioning from a meat based diet to a plant based diet is all about how you prepare and cook your foods, but most importantly how the meal tastes.  This can lead to another dilemma, you made steamed broccoli and soy beans, then doused it with Costco brand soy sauce that is exploding with chemicals and over 1,000 mg of sodium.  Back to square one. One of the ways you can eat healthy and make it taste GREAT is by finding natural and organic sauces and seasonings, which leads us to this amazing brand, Savour This Sauce. 

savour-this-sauce

Savour This Sauce is an artisan dressing and sauce line that is great for you and tastes even better. What makes this sauce line stand out above generic brands is the fact that ingredients are locally sourced; each sauce is gluten-free, vegan, and has a simple yet effective list of ingredients. STS’ current sauce line includes: Red Pepper Romesco made of – roasted red peppers, sun dried tomatoes, apple cider vinegar, almonds, garlic salt and olive oil; Pistachio Mint Pesto made of- parsley, mint, pistachios, red wine vinegar, garlic, salt and olive oil; Thai Chile Cilantro made of- cilantro, Thai chiles, apple cider vinegar, honey, salt, pepper and olive oil.

I used my samples in a surplus of recipes this past week – I added the Pistachio Mint Pesto to bean and collard green soup (amazing), the Red Pepper Romesco to my baked goat cheese and eggplant roll ups, and the Thai Chile Cilantro mixed in with my vegan enchiladas. All added an abundance of flavor!

savour-this-sauce

Lucky for all you Balanced Babes, Savour This Sauce is giving away one of each of their signature sauces (3 jars in total), so that you can add unique and nourishing flavor to your recipes! As always, the giveaway will be conducted via the Raffle Copter widget, and will run from today (Wednesday May 28th) for seven days until Wednesday June 4th at 11:59pm. In order to apply you must be a U.S resident. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 

Now that you have entered this delicious giveaway, please meet Michael and Marlene Bernstein, the creators of Savour This Sauce! Click the slideshow to get started!

 

 

Share

33 Comments on Vegan, Gluten-Free and Delicious Ingredients: Savour This Sauce

  1. I cannot wait to try these sauces! The Chile Cilantro smothering any Mexican entree sounds divine!!!

  2. I cannot wait to try these sauces! The Chile Cilantro poured over any Mexican dish particularly sounds divine!

  3. the red pepper romesco sounds like it would be awesome with grilled portobellas!

  4. I would love to use the Cilanto with a Pasta and Chicken dish!

  5. ELIZABETH C. // May 31, 2014 at 3:02 am // Reply

    I would love to make a pasta dish & add Red Pepper Romesco. Yum !!

  6. J Spatafora // May 31, 2014 at 11:47 am // Reply

    Thai Chili Cilantro over grilled fish…..MMMMM

  7. deborah w // May 31, 2014 at 2:31 pm // Reply

    I want to try and make thai chile cilantro chicken. sounds so yummy

  8. Theron Willis // May 31, 2014 at 7:30 pm // Reply

    Recipe? Just drown chicken with the Chili Cilantro sauce. Easy.

  9. Carolyn G // June 1, 2014 at 8:50 pm // Reply

    The red pepper sauce would be great in a veggie lasagna

  10. Id love to make some nice chicken burrito

  11. I would love to try the chile cilantro pesto on some black bean tamales!

  12. I would love to make my chicken pesto over fettucini using the Pistachio Mint Pesto sauce.

  13. tony parsons // June 2, 2014 at 6:47 pm // Reply

    yum
    chicken

  14. Melissa Sly // June 2, 2014 at 9:01 pm // Reply

    I Love trying new sauces on my pasta.

  15. amy deeter // June 3, 2014 at 3:28 am // Reply

    Thai Chili Cilantro over chicken

  16. love cilantro thai…I would rock that on some tacos!

  17. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger // June 3, 2014 at 4:28 am // Reply

    The Pistachio Mint Pesto immediately caught my eye as well as my imagination! I’m imagining using it over pasta, in a Persian rice dish or most especially a new twist on Tabbouleh!

    Thai Chili Cilantro sounds like it would be sensational with pretty much any Mexican dish and as a base sauce for a Thai “Siam Macaroni” dish I’ve been trying to recreate at home…

    And I LOVE your idea about using the Red Pepper Romesco made of – roasted red peppers, sun dried tomatoes, apple cider vinegar, almonds, garlic salt and olive oil with Goat Cheese and Eggplant.

    Wonderful giveaway/prize ~ Thank you!

  18. I’d try the chili cilantro on gluten free pasta spirals.

  19. I’d top a pork loin with Red Pepper Romesco sauce before I roasted it.

  20. I’d like chili cilantro tacos.

  21. I would make chicken with the cilantro sauce.

  22. Nicole Millheim // June 4, 2014 at 1:43 am // Reply

    I want to make a chili cilantro sauce to pour over pasta..maybe with some cheese too

  23. I would love to add the Chili cilantro sauce to just about anything. It sounds delicious. Chicken would be great. Mmm.

  24. cilantro thai tacos sound like a good idea to me!

  25. Stephanie Galbraith // June 4, 2014 at 4:18 am // Reply

    I would make vegan enchiladas.

  26. Kayla Malik // June 4, 2014 at 6:54 am // Reply

    I would love to make pizza with the pistachio mint pesto!!!

  27. Barb Stenby // June 4, 2014 at 11:54 am // Reply

    I would use the red pepper romesco with some grilled tofu over angel hair pasta

  28. Melanie Montgomery // June 4, 2014 at 3:50 pm // Reply

    I would make a type of pasta with the red pepper sauce.

  29. kelly mcgrew // June 4, 2014 at 4:02 pm // Reply

    I’d like to sautee grilled chicken in the pesto and make grilled chicken tacos!

  30. I would use the Red Pepper Romesco instead of traditional pasta sauce for my chicken or veal parmesan

  31. susan smoaks // June 4, 2014 at 7:58 pm // Reply

    i am excited to try the Cilanto with a Pasta and Chicken

  32. With the red pepper I would make some type of pasta dish. Thankyou

  33. I would make Red Pepper Romesco with chicken.

1 Trackbacks & Pingbacks

  1. Savour This Sauce Giveaway | Just Sweep

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*