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Herbert's Chow-Chow Original Gluten-Free Gourmet Relish

If you love a good hamburger or hot dog on occasion as I do and you want something more than ketchup and mustard to spice it up, try Herbert's Chow Chow Original Gourmet Relish.  

Herbert's Chow-Chow Original Gluten-Free Gourmet RelishChunks of fresh cabbage and spices create a delicious sauce that is thick and savory.  Use this relish as a condiment, as a dip for chips or even as a healthy snack.  

What other relish does all that?  Herbert's Chow Chow has no preservatives and is fat free and is also gluten-free.  Once you try it, you may never buy regular relish in the grocery store again.  

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Review written by Patricia Seeley.

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Armadillo Pepper
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08 Jan 2014 1:25:49 PM PST
I always have a jar of Herbert's Chow Chow in my refrigerator; it is perfect on pinto beans. I like their spicy version. It's also the most popular selling brands of Chow Chow in our store.

 
Lenny Herbert
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14 May 2014 11:44:35 AM PST
Thanks Armadillo Pepper!




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