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nypatnva

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Sriracha & Franks. 12 oz glass of V8 with either every morning. An hour later I'm clean as a whistle. LOL


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Kikkoman brand. Sriracha hot chili sauce. 10.6 oz container. Great flavor, just watch the heat. Use sparingly.


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unfortunately im not a fan of Sriracha or franks. I find they taste like vinegar. the Cholula original is by far my favorit flavor although Louisiana ordinal is good too. Love how something so simple as hot sauce has so many variations that so many people enjoy differently. always like finding a new one to try.


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Datil pepper sauces are tasty. A tad hotter the a jalapeño or Tabasco sauce.

Trader Joe’s Green Dragon sauce is good. Louisiana is our table sauce.

Silly Cha Cha sauce is always around too.


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I love them all, keep at least 4 kinds on hand, right now we have Franks, Texas Pete’s, Valentina (a more cayenne flavor, Mexican staple), Ghost pepper sauce- crazy hot, and Sriracha .
Also love the clear vinegar with peppers in it you get at places like Steak and Shake.


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Jebby14 wrote:

I've heard good things about mad dog. think its next to try for the very hot sauce.

Just watch out it's ridiculously hot. A drop goes a very long way!!!


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I like Devils Revenge. Or take a look at Penderys.

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Chris Bryant wrote:

I love them all, keep at least 4 kinds on hand, right now we have Franks, Texas Pete’s, Valentina (a more cayenne flavor, Mexican staple), Ghost pepper sauce- crazy hot, and Sriracha .
Also love the clear vinegar with peppers in it you get at places like Steak and Shake.


We like hot vinegar too. We make our own with Datil Peppers, Jalepenos, etc.

Great on Collards and Spinach.

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Most hot sauces are used as condiments instead of ingredients that are part of a recipe. For heat within a recipe I go to spices in dry form such as red pepper flakes, chipotle powder and so on.


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Another sauce that we like is Arizona Gunslinger that is available in the Arizona area.

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