dealssriracha hot chili sauce 17 oz. for $5.43 + freeā€¦

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love this stuff, but it is cheaper at my grocer

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how is this a deal? it's cheaper at the market even when its not on sale!

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This is great stuff. It is capable of making bland, awful food tasty. That said, and as others have pointed out, this really isn't a deal. Go to your local grocery store, or, for even cheaper prices, a southeast-asian market.

(BTW, this isn't really a "hot sauce" per se. It's very mild, so you use it like ketchup.)

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Thanks for the reminder. I've been out of this for a while and keep forgetting to pick some up.

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$2.99-$3.99 at most supermarkets. This is a complete rip-off.

@psaux: Stop trying to act cool (it's not working). This stuff is extremely hot, damn near unbearable for people that aren't heat-heads.

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@cavimike: You might have gotten a bad batch. My gf can barely handle a few drops of tabasco yet she squirts this all over her sandwiches. Given the size of the bottle and consistency of the sauce alone, I think there's good support for my statement. On top of that, it's frequently used by restaurants in their "aoli" these days (flavored mayo, essentially). I stand by my statement - this is meant for ketchup like use vs. many "hot sauces" which are meant to be applied a few drops or brief squirts at a time.

Also, thanks for being a dick.

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You can get a bottle almost twice the size for half the price at almost any Asian market.

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I agree... it isn't that hot.

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@cavimike: put me in the boat for "not that hot" I hate ketchup but I use this stuff like it's ketchup. It's spicy but it's a mild kind of spice that lingers. I've used spicy hot sauces in chili and a teaspoon of that stuff goes a long way in enhancing the flavor of an entire pot (without making it too spicy)

@belome Sheesh, you're one to talk. you would anything, toys, marshmallows, princesses, plummers, reptiles... why don't you just go away and let the flood roll in.

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Agree with others that this is NOT a deal (unless you can't get it locally, then you can consider it as them including the shipping cost in the price).

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"Free Super-Saver shipping" is NOT "FREE SHIPPING."

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ROOSTER SAUCE!!!

tad bit expensive tho

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It's depth of flavor exceeds its ingredient list.

Also make Kraft Dinner bearable.

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It's really easy to make yourself and will end up being cheaper. I can't bring myself to buy it anymore since I started making it at home. It tastes so much more fresh too.

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It is cheaper if you can find it at a local grocery store, but for those that don't live near one that carries it,the you have to buy it here.

BTW: Second The Oatmeal recommendation.

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@bitterpoet: Links or it didn't happen. Where's your recipe? I'm a fan of the stuff and would like to try making my own.

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"...for half the price at almost any Asian market."

Now who can get me a deal for C C Lemon?

THAT is never on sale at any Asian market :P

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@bradygt: This is the exact recipe I use for myself or when gifting to others. I usually use brown sugar instead of palm sugar (since I don't usually stock the latter).

http://www.food52.com/recipes/6441_fresh_sriracha_aka_home_made_rooster

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At Lion Market (located in San Jose, CA), a bottle is only 2.59. This is by-far more than a rip-off.

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I love this stuff. It makes me sad I didn't find out about it till I was 51. With that said, in my case, at 51 I am more sensitive to the heat in this sauce so I have to put a fraction of the amount called for in the recipe.