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February 20, 2014

"These GIFs Show How Sriracha Sauce Is Made"

"Just one company . . .  grows the chiles used to make Sriracha." Really? Isn't that kinda . . . risky?

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Gene H

Amazing how mechanized the production process is for a basic consumable good. Lessons here for the discussion on the minimum wage. Displacement is only a robotic arm away.

JorgXMckie

I keep a couple of bottles on hand, but to tell the truth, it is too sweet for me except maybe as the equivalent of a dip. It's tasty, but too sweet for me. I use quite a bit of Dave's Insanity Sauce and various others that are gifts from friends who know I love hot sauce.

JKB

Not as risky as siting his plant in California. Or that the sole supplier is dependent upon the good graces of California as well.

Sriracha salt is a wonder. Basically, kosher salt mixed with sriracha then dried in the oven. I found the recipe on foodiewithafamily.com

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