Prego sensitive recipe offers delicious Italian flavors even if you avoid onions and garlic. Made with tomatoes, sugar, salt, canola oil, spices and low FODMAP friendly ingredients such as canola oil – making this sauce suitable for low FODMAP friendly eaters, gluten free eaters, vegetarians and vegans at your dinner table! Plus this sauce provides 40% of daily vegetables!
This Italian sauce boasts classic tomato flavor with juicy chunks of meat for an irresistibly satisfying pasta dinner that’s suitable for low FODMAP diets, gluten free diets and vegetarian and vegan lifestyles alike – an ideal dish to add a rich depth to any dinner table!
This traditional sauce features tomatoes, sugar, herbs and spices as well as canola oil – perfect for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or gout who cannot digest onions and garlic which are known triggers.
According to Target reviews, this sauce offers an authentic home-style taste that customers appreciate. Furthermore, it ranks among Prego options with one of the lowest sugar counts per serving; less than 1 gram can be found here! Nonetheless, fat levels remain higher than some of their alternatives and its jar comes equipped with an easy-close top lid.
Although some studies indicate canola oil may improve heart health and reduce inflammation, more research needs to be conducted. Furthermore, other cooking oils provide more health benefits while having higher smoke points for high-heat cooking methods like frying.
Canola oil was initially known as “rapeseed oil”, named for the Brassica rapa plant (sometimes referred to as turnip mustard). Rapeseed was popularly consumed throughout Europe for centuries due to its similar flavor to cabbage as well as being rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
In 1978, scientists genetically modified rapeseed plants to remove their high concentration of erucic acid and developed canola oil as a cooking ingredient. Canola oil has since become popular throughout North America and is often known as conventional canola oil or LEAR in Europe.