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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by EveryDayBeer, Jul 24, 2012.
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thank you, sir!
*ahem...Marie Sharps, product of Belize. 'Nuff said.
I like siriacha, and franks red hot sauce.Tobasco as well.My grandma makes a mean hot sauxe as well
The only three I need.
I have had a banana hot sauce that was positively delicious. I love papaya, mango and pineapple with chillies. I love my heat sweet, salty, smoky and or savory! Sriracha is my daily sacrament , although I feel guilty when I put it on TeX/Mex or just Mex. It seems like sacrilege.
I think that I will try Tabasco I like meat, and from grandma is the best... Sometimes I take it for "F.E.S - Fast Eating System" between my activities and I would like to see how it tastes.
As a hot sauce hound, the trick is finding a good hot sauce that's spicy but still has flavour. I like the Iguana brand from Costa Rica. When backpacking, it takes up too much space (can easily go through 2 bottles in a week) so I pack Dave's Insanity Sauce. still very tasty but need to use much less
I like Amazon green.
It's not particularly hot, but it's got a really nice flavor on grilled chicken.
Does anybody have any recommendations on small EDC bottles of hot sauce, or very tightly sealed containers that hot sauce can be EDC'ed in?
Sriracha in particular is always oozing sticky oils out of the cap screw area even when tight.
Nalgene 1-6oz bottles. Sold at REI if you have one nearby.
Edited to add. I've got a 5 reaper pepper (to a pint) sauce made with honey. It's like a mole sauce with an intense kick.
From Indonesia with love, one of the best sauce, it is one of the oldest and famous brand here in Indonesia.
For me this sauce best goes with fried chicken, or anything fried in general, fried onion, fried noodles, fried rice, even with sandwiches, and pizza.
spicy, but tolerable, it is not vinegary, has sweet, and garlicky flavor too.
This one is in the office and almost finish fro sharing.
MiniBiz sells small bottles. Personally I buy Marie Sharps Hot Sauce and she sells a small version of all of her flavors I'm sure I posted about it here before
Keep2go travel tubes work great for all sorts of things, I imagine hot sauce would do well.
Personally, I keep Tabasco green in the car, and a bottle of Marie Sharps original at home, along with a few others .
A staple in my house.
This is my work bottle (anything without initials is considered a gift for the masses at my office). It's my go-to for canned soups, frozen meals, etc.
Not sure if anyone has posted this before but I am planning to get one of these for my keychain. Google search Sriracha2go and it'll come right up.
Will probably be filling it with something other than Sriracha though.
Sriracha2Go... just saw it:
Gus pill fob filled with smoked ghost pepper powder.
I pop this in my pocket when I dine in restaurants. About 1/16th of a teaspoon sprinkled on my meal provides a nice smoky flavor and all the heat I can handle!