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Brazililian Churrasco
(Net weight 3.4oz)

(net weight 3.4 oz)

$ 4.95

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS
(MINIMUM ORDER $12.00)

LOW SODIUM WITH NO MSG, FILLERS, CHEMICALS, ARTIFICIAL COLORING, NUTS, FLOUR, MILK DERITIVES OR
ANTI -CAKING AGENTS.

Due to the low sodium content of our
seasonings,
if you are
accustomed to a
salty taste to your food, you will probably need
to add some salt
to your recipes.

     Welcome to the Brazillian way of barbequing.  Begun in the Pampas of the southern states, it soon spread across the whole of the county and established a tradition that has now spread throughout the world.   
      A large part of Rio Grande do Sul is covered by the pampas; flat lands with vegetation which favors the farming of cattle and produces some of the best meat in the world.  The farmers were more interested in the skin and fats so there was plenty of meat for the gauchos.
       The originating gaucho, spending long periods away from home, were not rushed in their cooking so the meat was slow cooked and came out sweet (not sugary) and tender.
       Ever resourceful, the gauchos developed a way of preparing meats using little condiments.  That left most of the flavoring to come from the material used for the fire.  Where there was little wood available, coal was used, adding a distinctive taste that enhanced the eating experience.  Much of the secret of the delicious meat was derived from “slow cooking.”
    Where the early gauchos used mainly beef; now practically every meat is cooked together and comes flavorfully to the table.  Beef (particularly brisket, ribs and skirt steak,) chicken, sausage spirals, lamb pork and game all cooked together are sure to tempt even the lightest appetite.

ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS: sea salt, garlic, onion , sugar, citric acid, black pepper, mustard seed, white pepper, fennel, lime juice & fifteen other spices.

USES
     Beef (particularly brisket, ribs and skirt steak,) chicken, lamb, pork, sausage spirals, and game all take on a special flavor when cooked together.
     Whether you are using an electric, gas, or charcoal grill, you are sure to surprise and please even the most sophisticated palate.