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Are SALSAOLOGY sauces vegan?
Yes, all of our sauces are vegan.
What's the shelf life?
Do SALSAOLOGY salsas need to be refrigerated?
Once opened, SALSAOLOGY salsas should be kept refrigerated.
Are SALSAOLOGY sauces gluten free?
Yes, all of our sauces are gluten free.
Are SALSAOLOGY sauces nut free?
Our Tres Chiles & Mezcal sauce and Pumpkin Mole sauce are nut-free.
Our Chile Negro & Hibiscus sauce and Ancho Chile & Tamarind sauce contain nuts.
Nutritional value of each salsa flavor.
Chile Negro & Hibiscus:
Ancho Chile & Tamarind:
Tres Chiles & Mezcal:
Where can I find SALSAOLOGY products?
You can find a list of retailers that carry SALSAOLOGY sauces here.
Recipes & Tips:
We’re always coming up with different ways to use SALSAOLOGY sauces. You can find these recipes here.
Shipping and Ordering:
How do I find out about my order or shipment?
After placing an order, you will receive a confirmation email containing your order information and tracking information.
Where are you located?
We are based out of Los Angeles, CA.
Do you ship outside of the United States?
We currently do not ship internationally.
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What is tamarind?
Tamarind, tamarindo in Spanish, is a very popular ingredient in Mexico. Learn more about tamarind here.
What is ancho chile?
The Ancho Chile is the dried version of the ripe poblano pepper. Learn more about Ancho Chiles here.
What is chile negro?
Chile Negro, also known as the Pasilla Chile, is the dried version of the Chilaca chile. Learn more about Chile Negro here.
What is hibiscus?
Hibiscus, or jamaica in Spanish, is a popular ingredient in Mexico used in sauces, in sautées used as fillings, and desserts. Learn more about hibiscus here.
What is mezcal?
Mezcal is a distilled alcoholic beverage that can be made from about 30 different types of agave plants. Learn more about Mezcal here.