GREEN GODDESS DRESSING & MARINADE
Q: What is nutritional yeast and what are some of the nutritional benefits?
A: Nutritional yeast is a deactivated yeast, which means yeast cells are killed during processing and inactive in the final product. It's often used as a cheese replacement in dairy-free recipes because it has a naturally cheesy, nutty, savory taste.
Q: I have an allergy, are the dressings manufactured in a facility that contains dairy, eggs, or nuts?
A: Yes, our dressings are manufactured in a shared facility and on a shared line with other products that contain most the 8 major allergens. They have an allergen control program and specific cleaning protocols to avoid allergen residues.
Q: Your dressing says it's Dairy-Free, but it contains eggs!
A: Despite being sold in the same aisle in your local grocery store, eggs are Not dairy or a milk based product. Eggs come from poultry, which is not a milk producing animal.
Q: What are coconut aminos?
A: Coconut aminos are a combination of aged coconut sap and sea salt that tastes similar to soy sauce. Mixed with the other ingredients in Primal Kitchen’s Green Goddess, this ingredient adds a slightly sweet and salty taste to give our dressings an extra zip of flavor without soy.
Q: What is gum acacia?
A: Gum acacia is derived from the sap of the acacia tree. It is used in products, such as our Dressings, as an emulsifier to improve consistency.
Q: What is the shelf life of your Green Goddess Dressing?
A: Each bottle has a best by date printed on it. Please refrigerate after opening and use within 60 days for best quality.
Q: Are the Eggs Pasteurized?
A: Yes the eggs are pasteurized and they are cage-free as well!