The msot common type of salsa was--and still is--a version of Mexican salsa cruda (raw sauce), also knownas salsa fresca (fresh sauce) or salsa Mexicana (Mexican sauce), made with chopped tomatoes, onions, and fresh green jalapeno orserrano peppers...Salsa's popularity nationwide is generally attributed to Americans' increasing consumption of hot-and-spicy foodsduring the second half of the twentieth century...Salsa are also perceived as healthy foods, because many of them are lowin calories, high in fiber, and full of vitamins."
---, Andrew F.


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