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Post Reply you are not a true southerner if you dont like hot sauce :)
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oh hhhh yes a whole liter, I never have less than 4 bottles of hot sauce in my fridge at a time


what are your favs? I hate texas pete with a passion, I use different ones depending on what im eating, liquidy for my ramen, thicker for sandwhichs
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what about tabasco sauce man those are good
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Artlicker wrote:

what about tabasco sauce man those are good


THAT was the other one I was tryin to think of

yea I hate tabasco too lol
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I'm from southern Louisiana and I hate hot sauce.
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bro
what about Sriracha Chili Sauce
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Artlicker wrote:

bro
what about Sriracha Chili Sauce


I love siracha, that's the one I use on my sammichs
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This reminds me of angry comments that I occasionally see on recipe sites; that "no true Southerner" likes or cooks sweet corn bread, and that "no true Southerner" puts bay leaves in red beans and rice.

You're silly.


P.S.; I only like Sky Valley and Tuong Ot sriracha.
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One of the shelves in my refrigerator door is nothing but hot sauces.

My absolute favourite is Bone Suckin' Habanero Hot Sauce. Tapatio, Huy Fong Chili Garlic, Cholula, Cajohns' Trinidad are also all sauces I keep in stock; I rotate a few others, usually a green chili and a garlic sauce (Nando's is my favourite). Oh, and Musashi Midori Sriracha! Uses serrano peppers, absolutely divine twist on the usually sriracha flavour.
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I'm happy that I'm not only one who likes hot sauce.
Trinidad scorpion tasty and that stuff really help if your nose is full of crap.
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Hot sauce is awful. I would rather taste food than burn out my senses.
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I like sriracha, hot chili oil, etc. I like my food really spicy.
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gornotck wrote:

Hot sauce is awful. I would rather taste food than burn out my senses.


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gornotck wrote:

Hot sauce is awful. I would rather taste food than burn out my senses.




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Ha, I'm from Texas and hate hot sauce. Liking or disliking something has nothing to do with the region you were born or raised in. Then again I don't really consider myself a "southerner" so what do I care. I think of myself as a human and an American though. Also one's DNA has more to do with what you do or don't like. There are three types of tasters: Non-tasters, Medium-tasters and Super-tasters. I definitely fall in the category of super-tasters. Most vegetables are way too bitter for me to handle.


"People live in different worlds of taste intensity," said Linda Bartoshuk, a physiological psychologist at the University of Florida. "Supertasters live in a 'neon' taste world, while others live in a 'pastel' world."
For supertasters, this is both a blessing and a curse: Though bitters are bitterer, sweets are also sweeter. "Supertasters are more sensitive to the burn from ethanol, the sweetness of sugar, the burn of chili peppers and the astringency of red wine," said John E. Hayes, a professor of food science at Penn State.


http://www.livescience.com/17190-supertaster-nontaster-tongue-evolution.html

So it's really not my fault that I'm more highly evolved than some of you who love hot sauce. Evolution has a way of overcoming everything....even the south.
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I personally like the taste of hellfire, but I'm sure many weak people don't enjoy it.

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