salsa vs gazpacho

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blue heaven
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salsa vs gazpacho - Thu, 05/2/13 10:51 AM
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Just wondering if any one of you eat chilled salsa for gazpacho soup?  Costco's all organic brand salsa is delicious with a dollop of sour cream.

Michael Hoffman
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Re:salsa vs gazpacho - Thu, 05/2/13 2:20 PM
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You mean you put salsa in a blender to make gazpacho?

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Re:salsa vs gazpacho - Thu, 05/2/13 3:34 PM
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No I just spooned it into a bowl with a little sour cream.  It was really chunky and fresh tasting.

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Re:salsa vs gazpacho - Thu, 05/2/13 4:06 PM
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I see.

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Re:salsa vs gazpacho - Thu, 05/2/13 5:07 PM
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I can honestly say it would never have occurred to me to eat salsa like it was soup. Nor would it have occurred to me to call it gazpacho if I had done so.

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Re:salsa vs gazpacho - Fri, 05/3/13 9:45 AM
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I wouldn't eat the salsa I make as gazpacho, would work as a base though. I'd want to add more vegetables to it, especially cucumber. And I don't put vinegar or worcestershire in my salsa, which does go in gazpacho recipes I've tried.

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Re:salsa vs gazpacho - Fri, 05/3/13 10:32 AM
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That would be so spicy!
Have you checked the sodium content to be sure it is healthy to eat in such large portions?