Sunday, June 27, 2010

Organic BBQ Sauce?

I wrote an article several days ago about high fructose corn syrup and why it's so prevalent in bbq sauce sold in the grocery stores. It's nearly impossible to find a commercially produced bbq sauce that does not contain corn syrup or high fructose corn syrup (there's a difference).

Linda brought home the organic bbq sauce from Annie's Naturals last month and asked me to try it.  It sat on the kitchen counter for several weeks and yesterday I decided to try it out. The ingredient list looked promising, so it was time to go for it.

I tried the finger tip test first before pouring it on any actual bbq.  I didn't want to chance messing up my bbq if I didn't like the taste for some reason.

To make a short story much shorter, this particular style of organic bbq sauce did not pass my taste test.  I'll keep looking for an alternative, but the search has proven difficult.



Anonymous said...

Try to find some Bone Suckin' Sauce from Fords Foods in Raleigh, NC. It's a great sauce and my standby as I've had to avoid HFCS/CS/corn for about 10 years now.

Anonymous said...

Try Country Chef Grilling sauce, e-mail:

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