Joined: May 2006
that stuff is in every chinese and thai restaurant around here, but I can't seem to find it in any of the local markets.
OTOH, it's made in Rosemead, so I could probably order some right from the factory.
oh, and it's not that hot; maybe just slightly hotter than cholula, but the pepper flavor overcomes the vinegar more.
i use it like ketchup on those fried noodles at the chinese restaurant.
very tasty. absolutely fantastic on scrambled eggs too.
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