Does Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauces contain allergens?
All Boot Scoot’s products are labeled in accordance with the FDA food labeling requirements, including the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 (Title II of Public Law 108-282), which requires foods to be labeled that contain the major food allergens: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soybeans. Although Boot Scoot BBQ sauces do not contain these ingredients, refer to the ingredients statement on the back of each product.
Do you have a list of ingredients for Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauces?
Specific ingredients are listed on the back label of each bottle as well as our website.
Should I refrigerate Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce?
We recommend refrigerating Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce after opening for best quality.
How long can I keep Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce after I open it?
After opening, we suggest keeping the sauce for no longer than 4 months. Always refrigerate sauce after it is opened.
What should I use Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce on?
You may use Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce with most of your favorite foods, including chicken, steak, ribs, hamburgers, pork, hot dogs, French fries or sausages. You can also use Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce as an ingredient in recipes.
We cannot tell you all the possibilities for Boot Scoot products, since your own taste and imagination define the limits!
When barbecuing or broiling meats, when should you add Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce?
Generally, you should baste foods during last 5-10 minutes of barbecuing or broiling with Boot Scoot Barbecue Sauce, as sauce may burn at high temperatures.
To avoid contaminating sauce, never place dirty or used utensils, such as basting brushes, into the bottle and do not pour used sauce back into the bottle.