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    this side of perfection. respectable heat, but not at cost of flavor. only issue is $ in having to order online as i've never seen locally.

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    Iíve never seen it either. Looked for it today at our local Food City
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    Whats everyone putting the sauces on? I've heard chicken and tacos, but I am wondering is anyone doing anything besides meat. Thinking of a way to sample sauces as a snack rather than having a meal. Chips maybe? Any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumen83 View Post
    Whats everyone putting the sauces on? I've heard chicken and tacos, but I am wondering is anyone doing anything besides meat. Thinking of a way to sample sauces as a snack rather than having a meal. Chips maybe? Any recommendations?
    Depends on the sauce, different sauces work better with different foods, it's part of the experience..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumen83 View Post
    Whats everyone putting the sauces on? I've heard chicken and tacos, but I am wondering is anyone doing anything besides meat. Thinking of a way to sample sauces as a snack rather than having a meal. Chips maybe? Any recommendations?
    I literally put sauces/spices on anything. If you want to sample sauces you canít go wrong with pretzels or soft tortilla shells!
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    OH boy!! I like this thread.

    I keep about a dozen or so hot sauces in my house. Most are the very, very hot variety such as ghost pepper or Habanero. We have a market here in Cincinnati called Jungle Jim's. They keep about 3 to 4 thousand different sauces and rubs on hand. I am lucky enough to live 5 minutes from there. I'll try to get a picture tomorrow. I am going there tomorrow to see if they have that Kumano Sauce mentioned above.

    As much as I like trying the different Xtra hot sauces, my favorites are still the classics like Tabasco, Louisiana, or Cholula. I like flavor as much as I do heat.

    I used to carry Tobasco in my flight bag to put on the various tasteless foods I would encounter in my travels. One problem I kept having was the lids kept cracking and the sauce leaked out into my bag. So I decided to look for something different. I settled on dry rubs because they did not leak and soil my bag or the contents. At first I just carried your garden variety red pepper flakes. The kind you would use on Pizza. That worked OK, but I wanted something with better flavor and a bit more heat. I finally found a product called "Habanero Heat wave shake" made by a company called Tom's Garden. It has good flavor and heat. In addition it does not leak into my bag.

    Here is a good story you may like...

    My father, six months before his passing came to visit me. One evening at dinner dad was looking at my collection of hot sauces. I usually keep three or four on the kitchen table. He took some and starting pouring it on to his hot dog. "dad" I said "that is very hot". he kept on pouring like it was Texas Pete or something. I spoke a little more louder "Dad, That is really hot". He looks at me and say "I know son". I decided (and remembered) that my dad is one of those people who has to learn things on his own. My son, who was 10 at the time was very aware of what was about to happen, He ran upstairs. So dad bit down on that hot dog...then he began to turn red and spat out that sauce laden wiener. He must have drank 10 gallons of water. Of course after I made sure he was going to live, I laughed my butt off at him. I of course shared this story with my sisters who in turn teased him as well. He passed about six months later. I was told that he would never touch hot sauce again, not even the weaker stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumen83 View Post
    Whats everyone putting the sauces on? I've heard chicken and tacos, but I am wondering is anyone doing anything besides meat. Thinking of a way to sample sauces as a snack rather than having a meal. Chips maybe? Any recommendations?
    I put it on popcorn

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    Been meaning to post here since I saw this thread made a week or two ago

    So I've had this hot sauce for several months. I like spicy and tasty sauces, but had been wanting one that is truly "HOT!" and bought this one on a store shelf near me. It makes me respect YouTube personalities like Sean Evans or the L.A. Beast for being able to consume lots of ridiculously searing and painful spicy things and hot sauces.

    So I finally built up the courage to try three drops of this on my tongue straight on a spoon a while back. I knew it would be hot because I've tried hot sauces with habanero before or had habanero in a Thai dish in a restaurant and know how seriously uncomfortable it can be. Long story short I really regretted doing it and it was 5 minutes of burning pain in my mouth. Maybe some are immune, but for most people like me this is not a hot sauce you casually eat a bit of plain.

    That being said this is a great sauce that will last me FOREVER since you literally only need a few drops mixed well into something like a bowl of scrambled eggs or a portion of a cooked dish to give it decent heat. It's not the tastiest sauce in terms of flavor, but I do like how it tastes in food. By itself the flavor it horrible and just completely ruined by the searing burning all over your mouth, lips, and tongue.

    Decent very hot sauce that is pretty specific in its use. I'll have to eventually try other sauces that are maybe slightly less hot and with more fruity taste.

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    Once you get to habanero level and beyond, you can't really do the individual drops on individual bites of food anymore; get yourself a bowl of chili and see how few drops you need to mix into the entire bowl..

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarHalo View Post
    Once you get to habanero level and beyond, you can't really do the individual drops on individual bites of food anymore; get yourself a bowl of chili and see how few drops you need to mix into the entire bowl..
    A drop of that one with ghost pepper is doable for me if sort of mashed into a bite of food in your mouth (still very hot), but I tried 3 drops straight off a spoon. Bad news for me. I would never do one of those challenges with some of the more extreme hot pepper sauces or actual chilies. But yeah, it's about as hot as I'd think I'd personally like to go for what is still tolerable in a bite size amount of food once or twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinaee View Post
    A drop of that one with ghost pepper is doable for me if sort of mashed into a bite of food in your mouth (still very hot), but I tried 3 drops straight off a spoon. Bad news for me. I would never do one of those challenges with some of the more extreme hot pepper sauces or actual chilies. But yeah, it's about as hot as I'd think I'd personally like to go for what is still tolerable in a bite size amount of food once or twice.
    You need to get Daveís temporary insanity or just Daveís insanity. They are great! I can handle a ton of heat, Iíve been eating hot sauces since I was probably 9 years old or somewhere around there. The Daveís Ultimate Insanity sauce is one of the best I have had if you want stupid hot. A lot of the extreme heat sauces do not have a good flavor. I can put a few drops of Ultimate insanity into a pan of spaghetti sauce and feel the heat. Itís potent but to me the flavor is fantastic. There was also a Daveís private reserve that was ridiculous.

    The hottest sauce Iíve had is called 357 mad dog plutonium or something crazy like that. Itís around 100 dollars a bottle and itís like getting hit with sulphuric acid haha
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    Oh but Dave takes it so much farther..


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    Iíll have to order some of those. Bet theyíd be amazing on a fried bologna sandwich. : D haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigburly912 View Post
    Iíll have to order some of those. Bet theyíd be amazing on a fried bologna sandwich. : D haha
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    This thread causes me heartburn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bykfixer View Post
    This thread causes me heartburn...
    Ya know I have acid reflux disease and I almost never get heartburn from anything spicy. The greasy foods kill me. My wife on the other hand burns up from anything spicy.
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    will have to disagree on the necessity of diluting; favorite application of scorpion sauce is a few drops per bite of jersey mike's #9. personally get a tolerance to it over period of time. not to say i ain't snotting after fact...

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    Thatís how you know itís working..

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    I only like original Tabasco sauce.

    I just put on enough so that I can savor the flavor with just a hint of heat. No more, no less.
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    Same here LB.

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    reckon we'll need a proper scale for thread as well...



    iirc, several years back was watching one of those how it's made type shows and they were at dave's insane's location; one of the staff (maybe it was dave) demonstrated how they make sauce and he's showing a near black vile of straight capsiacin that he pours into mixing vat... lol, may just as well set up a booth in grocery parking lot & hose down your customers with freeze +p.
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    ^^^ added to front page. Thanks
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    That bar chart needs to be in better scale/proportion to the numbers. Going from something like a jalapeno to a habanero is a huge leap in my experience even just from the scoville numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martinaee View Post
    That bar chart needs to be in better scale/proportion to the numbers. Going from something like a jalapeno to a habanero is a huge leap in my experience and just from the scoville numbers.
    You may have looked at it wrong. Habanero is way above jalapeŮo on that chart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigburly912 View Post
    You may have looked at it wrong. Habanero is way above jalapeŮo on that chart.
    He means the chart visually makes it look like habanero is mildly hotter than jalapeŮo, the bars aren't proportional to the numbers..

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    Got ya. By the way, I made some jambalaya yesterday and used Daveís insanity in the broth. It was delicious
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    i cant bleive we dont have any hot tooth pics fans here. you use cinnamon oil .and soak the tooth picks in it. it is crazy hot and they say it has health benefits its the stuff that makes redhots candy hot
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    I am a big fan of hot sauce, so much so that I have a travel bottle of Texas Pete. There are a lot of good hot sauces, but I think Texas Pete is just a good all around go with anything hot sauce.

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    It tastes even better when itís absorbed the awesomeness of an HDS
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