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27 December 2009

Uber-Allergy Friendly Condiment/Dressing/Marinade

I was recently contacted by Kenzoil to sample their product and share my thoughts about it with those of you who stop by Food Allergy Buzz. I have to confess I especially enjoyed trying this product! I received a lovely 5 ounce bottle of Kenzoil and am so glad I had the opportunity to try it. It's a zesty, garlicky olive oil based condiment reminiscent of pesto. Everyone here gave it a thumbs up! We've tried it with pasta (repeatedly!) and also to dip our bread, and when we finish this complimentary bottle, we'll definitely buy another. Not only is it tasty but it is free of "gluten, dairy and casein, nuts, tree nuts, soy, corn, eggs, legumes, wheat, fish, shellfish, potato, rice, yeast and sugar". In addition, the only product made on Kenzoil's equipment and in their facility is Kenzoil, so cross-contamination worries may be set aside.

If you live in the Midwest, you may find Kenzoil in your local Whole Foods Market and also in some upscale grocery stores in Michigan. Otherwise, Kenzoil may be purchased online at www.kenzoil.com--they ship across the United States. It comes in a 5 ounce size as well as a 10 ounce size, and they are currently offering first time buyer pack offer with a promo code.

A big THANKS to Heather and the rest of the Kenzoil crew for contacting me and offering me the opportunity to try Kenzoil--you have a great product and I wish you much success!


Karen said...

Kenzoil is also goood on garlic bread.

Jenny said...

I reviewed Kenzoil also and was thrilled with the product. I will be ordering more.

Isn't it great to find safe, nut-free items that also taste really good?

Unknown said...

Hi Karen and Jenny, thanks for the comments. I know you ladies both tried Kenzoil. In fact, a lot of bloggers have been trying Kenzoil out lately, and we all seem to think very highly of it. It's a winner!