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Green Bastard Sauce

4,95  3,96  IVA incluido

Bottle of 100 ml.

Salsa Bastarda is a spicy sauce and should be consumed with some prudence, recover the traditional recipe used for years by the sailors of the Cantabrian Sea for the conservation of food and, in the same way, prevented diseases such as scurvy. Like the old fish recipe, the bastard sauce is made only with natural ingredients. An adventurous and intense flavor, for the brave and for the nostalgic. For demanding consumers. Capsaicin, an active component of spicy foods, blocks pain and prolongs life: Eating spicy catalyzes the burning of calories, releases endorphins, lowers blood pressure and reduces cholesterol. Fishermen improved their spirits with Bastard Sauce.

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Bastard Sauce is composed of the following ingredients:

Dry cayenne
They were never missing from the boats. They weighed little and had a soul. A few grams of dried cayenne worked the miracle.

Apple vinager
In the original recipe was used cider (vinegary), but for obvious reasons we use apple cider vinegar

Green pepper
They accompanied the fish better than anything. Together the apple of the cider were source of the contribution of vitamin C that allowed to avoid the scurvy

Only the sailors and fishermen who have spent much of their lives on the high seas know how to give it the right touch of salt, pepper and cumin

Gross weight (container inc.)0.115 kg

115 grs.


Bottle of 100 ml.


Bilbao (Vizcaya)




Dry cayenne, apple cider vinegar, green pepper and spices

Suitable for allergic to lactose


Suitable for allergies to nuts


Suitable for allergic to eggs


Suitable for allergic to gluten



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