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Black Maize Salsa keeps it local with small batches and fresh produce
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Black Maize Salsa falls somewhere between pico de gallo and chow chow. It is a mixed batch of tomatoes, peppers, onions, corn and black beans steeped in a vinegar based sauce that is both sweet and savory and laced with 10 aromatics.
"I'm a smell guy," Buy Cheap Jintropin Online says Wedin. "When I cook, I close my eyes and stick my nose in every spice jar I own. That's how I ended up adding an unusual ingredient to Black Maize Salsa: ginger. It smelled like it needed to be there. There are no secret ingredients in this salsa, just local produce, hard work and a love for what I'm doing."
Wedin created Black Maize Salsa to satisfy a desire to Deca Durabolin Testosterone find a fresh chunky salsa. "I'd go to the store and buy a new one every time. They'd look good but taste mushy and had no real flavor. That's what you get with something made to sit on a shelf."
Determined to make a better product than what was available, Wedin began chopping salsa from scratch incorporating olive oil, lime juice, sweet southern onions, local tomatoes and peppers. Corn and black beans seemed like a natural addition. "Everything I put in it "Anaboliset Aineet" was what I liked or had in my kitchen. I think I got lucky that everyone else liked it, too, but I made it for myself first."
When a friend asked to buy the salsa to take to a tailgate, a small business was born. Two months later, Wedin got a call from the morning television show "Your Carolina." They wanted to feature Black Maize Salsa as one of five local holiday gifts to give in 2011. At the time, Wedin sold about a dozen jars a month. After the show Buy Anadrol Cheap aired, he sold 90 jars the next week.
Today, Wedin is making 600 jars a month of Black Maize Salsa mostly to sell at Greenville's Saturday Market. He offers a 16 ounce jar for $8 in five flavors including mild, medium, hot, mango and an extra hot called XX. The mild does not include jalapenos, but the medium and hot can vary some from week to week. "It depends on the jalapeno peppers. Some weeks they are hotter than others," Wedin explains. "I like that the salsa is not always the same; it proves it's not getting cooked to death."
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