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Old 11-03-2014, 06:00 PM
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The Sriracha is infused into the meat in some way that I don't even, ...
I suspect the chickens are fed Sriracha in their diet.

Lucky chickens.

Well, lucky to a point, I guess.
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Old 11-09-2014, 11:59 PM
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Please select FedEx option when shipping craft beers.

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They are so goddamn trendy, bacon beer, doughnut beer, now this? :mutter:
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Old 12-27-2014, 02:27 AM
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Sriracha bacon?
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I thought you might want to know this exists in the world.

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My friend and her husband, both Sriracha enthusiasts and beer lovers, bought the Sriracha beer. Resounding thumbs down from both.
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Old 02-10-2015, 02:52 AM
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Just when some are calling for the end of the sriracha trend, Heinz is coming out with Sriracha Ketchup. Now I can quit the painstaking process of mixing sriracha sauce and ketchup and just give my chicken nuggets and sweet potato fries a squirt.

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Old 02-24-2015, 03:10 PM
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Since moving from the west side over to the east side of the country (that's over 3 whole hours! :lol:) the sriracha selection has been much poorer. Very rarely the Tesco here will have the regular flying goose, but no one ever has the extra garlic one :( Even when looking online neither Tesco nor Asda have an offering. I went to the one Chinese shop in Boston, but it was very small and didn't have much to offer.

So I was browsing the interweberies and found the awesome Chinese supermarket we used to go to in Bristol does country wide deliveries now! :w00t:

So I stocked up on sriracha as well as the best satay sauce we've ever found (by a large margin).

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One large bottle of Huy Fong, one large bottle of Flying Goose and 4 medium bottles of Flying Goose extra garlic :D Along with the 4 jars of satay sauce :wriggle:
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And a Talk Talk bill?
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Good eyes, but no, that's just Talk Talk junk mail addressed to: A. SuperValue

They got my first initial right, but as cool as I am, my last name isn't SuperValue :lol:
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Is that a gasoline can of soy sauce in the back?
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And a scale with weights?
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Is that a dog in the back garden?
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And is that a cutting board with a wrought iron handle?

And some sort of Tibetan bell set?

And did you miss a spot when you were wiping the counter, or possibly just a variation in the grain?

And what about that white bowl? Why is only part of it showing? WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO HIDE?
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Is that a gasoline can of soy sauce in the back?
Sort of... it's not quite that big, but yes it's soy sauce. I need about 1.5 cups each time I make jerky and it's sooooo much cheaper bought that way!
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And a scale with weights?
Of course, don't tell me you use an electronic scale? :gasp: Heaven forbid!

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HA! That is the side garden and there are no animals visible. Nice try sucka.
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And is that a cutting board with a wrought iron handle?

And some sort of Tibetan bell set?

And did you miss a spot when you were wiping the counter, or possibly just a variation in the grain?

And what about that white bowl? Why is only part of it showing? WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO HIDE?
Yes. No. Never, possibly. Nothing, picture size, way too much to even begin.

ANY MORE QUESTIONS? :eyebrow3:
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ANY MORE QUESTIONS? :eyebrow3:
What's with the microwave?


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Is that a gasoline can of soy sauce in the back?
My roommate must have some kind of fetish for teriyaki. At peak I think we had five bottles of the same brand just sitting around.
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What's with the microwave?
Well I'm glad someone finally asked.

It's a cute little microwave that is curved at the back to fit into a corner and thus save space. In cream of course to match the rest of the kictchen.

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And a scale with weights?
Of course, don't tell me you use an electronic scale? :gasp: Heaven forbid!
No, I do not. My kitchen scale is an extremely janky old mechanical scale, and it barely works at all. It's no more accurate than eyeballing, really. I don't even know where it came from, because I can't imagine me buying such a stupid and ugly scale that barely works.

But that's OK, because I am an American, and I am not a drug dealer.

Sooooo...I'm assuming your scales measure METRIC WEIGHTS. You know what profession uses metric weights?


Now. If slimshady is finally done regaling us with his extensive personal inventory, I will bring the thread back on topic.

A while back, Matlock and I saw a guy crossing the street with a large bottle of sriracha in the water bottle holder of his backpack. We didn't actually see him take any swigs, but it's a pretty safe bet that's what it was there for.
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I bought a can of soy sauce at least twice that size because it was on a ridiculous discount. I don't even remember how many years ago that was, at least over five. I think I've used maybe, maybe a fourth of it. I keep wondering if soy sauce ever goes bad. It's this one.

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That can seems to be dated back to 1630, so I wouldn't worry about it too much.


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How long will Kikkoman sauces keep after opening?

For the best quality, we recommend using the sauces within one month of opening.

Do I need to refrigerate my opened bottle of soy sauce?

Once opened, the soy sauce will start to lose its freshness and the flavor will begin to change. By refrigerating the sauce, the flavor and quality will remain at their peak for a longer period. As long as no water or other ingredients have been added to the soy sauce, it would not spoil if it had not been refrigerated.

Do my other Kikkoman products also need to be refrigerated?

The flavor of our other sauces will decline much quicker than our soy sauce. So they should be refrigerated after opening to preserve their quality.
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Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout beer? Has sriracha sauce jumped the shark?

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But then the finish came on. It started with a sharp bitterness less of a nice hoppiness, and more like drinking a cleaning product followed by an unregulated blast of burning pepper. It wasn't sweet or rich or even meaty it was an almost flavorless heat that assaulted the palate.
I once tried a jalapeno beer at Eske's in Taos, it was a lager with a peppery finish, just enough heat to make you want more beer.
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I bought a can of soy sauce at least twice that size because it was on a ridiculous discount. I don't even remember how many years ago that was, at least over five. I think I've used maybe, maybe a fourth of it. I keep wondering if soy sauce ever goes bad. It's this one.

Ugh. I haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate Kikkoman. It tastes BURNT to me.
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I'm going to give this one thumb up. It's good, but not great. I'll be using it up before going back to yellow mustard though.

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The problem with all of the Sriracha-whatever products I've tried is they may be using sriracha peppers in their products, but it's definitely not Huy Fong Foods Sriracha Sauce.
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