Jack’s Special Medium Salsa Review

Jack’s Special Medium Salsa Review
Jack’s Special Medium Salsa, from the Garden Fresh Gourmet. is a must-have for anybody who loves to cook, but doesn’t want to spend all of their free time in the kitchen. The 48 ounce jar says that it is America’s Award-Winning Salsa, and I can certainly believe that. What’s so great about Jack’s Special Medium Salsa?

There are no preservatives in Jack’s Special Medium Salsa. This salsa has ingredients that you will recognize. Tomatoes, onions, green peppers, jalapenos, cilantro, vinegar, lime juice, salt, dehydrated celery, cane sugar, fresh garlic, spices, and citric acid are blended into a chunky salsa. In spite of the dehydrated celery, this salsa does taste fresh. The blend of vegetables is appealing. Jack’s Special Medium Salsa has enough heat to be interesting. However, it is not so hot that a child would be uncomfortable eating the salsa. This tasty salsa will satisfy the pickiest eater.

Since there are no preservatives in this salsa, you won’t get that funny after-taste that sometimes comes with commercial salsas. You want to make sure that you can use all of the salsa. The Jack’s Special Medium Salsa does have tips for maintaining the freshness of the salsa. First, it needs to be refrigerated. Keep it very cold! Pull it out of the fridge briefly to pour it into a serving bowl. Don’t dip utensils into the jar. That could lead to contamination. Never pour unused salsa back into the jar. There is a “use-by” date on the jar. Honor it! Also, after you open the jar, you may use the salsa for 14 days or by the use-by date.

Jack’s Special Medium Salsa has forty-five servings of two tablespoons each. The servings are ten calories per serving. This is a naturally low-carb and low fat food. There is one gram of carbohydrate per tablespoon. The carbohydrate is from sugars. Fat is listed as 0%. This all-natural product is filled with vitamins and minerals, too! It has Vitamin A, calcium, and iron.

Uses for Jack’s Salsa:


*Top tamales with Jack’s and add cheese. Microwave the tamales until the cheese melts.
*Breakfast burritos
*Southwestern-style wraps
*Fish sandwiches
*Chicken sandwiches


*Beef or buffalo chili (replace the tomatoes with Jack’s) made with your favorite recipe
*Chicken or turkey chili (use Jack’s instead of your usual tomatoes)
*Add Jack’s to vegetable soup, instead of tomatoes, to get a Southwestern taste
*Stir fry your favorite vegetables and add Jack’s when you would ordinarily add tomatoes.

The Garden Fresh Gourmet makes other blends of salsas. The Jack’s Special Salsa also has mild and hot versions. There are smaller containers, but we buy our salsa at Costco for $4.99 per jar. Costco carries the 48 ounce jar, which suits our family. We love this salsa, and we always use every last drop! We buy this product enthusiastically, since the Garden Fresh Gourmet gives a portion of each sale to Children’s Hospital Foundation. We get the great taste of Jack’s to use with our sandwiches, plus we get to help others. It doesn’t get any better than that!

Let us know how you use Jack’s Special Salsa. Post in the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum. Have you tried other salsas from Garden Fresh Gourmet? How would you rate them? Tell us about your salsa experiences!

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