Been purchasing this yummy product since I first discovered it at my Coop. If you're a fan of A-1 steak sauce, this cleaner version will make your taste buds do the happy dance! Mark Sisson's Primal Kitchen products do not disappoint those of us in the Paleo lifestyle! But this product will delight all!
I’ll go over the Pros and Cons of Primal Kitchen Organic Steak Sauce
- Sugar free
- great for people avoiding added sugar
- great fo paleo-style diets
- very nice taste
- quality glass package (bottle).
- high quality ingredients
No negatives about this steak sauce.
I love this stuff.
Great quality ingredients for a low carb diet. The size of the bottle is fairly big and it's in glass which is nice. iherb also wraps the package in bubble wrap so it comes safely to your home. I use it for my steak. The taste for me is a bit sweet for a steak sauce so I don't think I would buy it again. It's not bad but there are lots of others to try so for me personally I would look for one I like a bit more.
A really nice sugar-free, keto diet friendly steak sauce. Be forewarned though that it's a steak sauce liquid - so don't expect it to be anything less than runny. I've used it as a marinade and also in a slow-cooker pulled beef recipe, and it worked out well!
A bit of a vinegar taste to it, but otherwise spot on. Obviously there's no sugar so expect a bit of a different taste as compared to what you're used to, but given the clean quality ingredients, it's worth a try.
No sugar or any artificial ingredients, but it tastes so good! This product really gave me the trust that I can try out other products from this brand! :)) Goes well with steak, but it also tastes like tonkatsu sauce at the same time. Highly recommend!
I use this as a breakfast sauce or in sandwiches.
I wanted a substitute for a British brown sauce and basically this does the job however it is quite thin. Once you get over this, the taste is amazing.
I will be buying more.
this is rather smoothly liquid than thick sauce.
To be honest, the taste was different than I thought.
It tastes like vinegar with some spice. it is not like traditional sweet taste sauce.
but I think this can work with meet dishes well.
It’s def on the sour side and while I like it, I’m not sure I’ll reorder it. It’s really watery and if you’re not careful, it’ll pour out too fast. For almost $6, I think there’s *realistically* half a dozen servings, kind of a bummer :/