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I wanted to let folks know that a source I found for organic hot sauce (in 32 oz. jars no less!) is going out of business and having a closeout sale. Plus, that we are still looking for some organic hot sauces.

http://www.shoporganic.com/



I found them when I was searching for an organic Tabasco sauce. I still haven't found an organic Tobasco sauce, so we might have to start regularly making our own hot chili sauce at some point.

This (plus two other flavors) is what we've enjoyed from shoporganic.com



Another source, Freshjax, which we supported as a Kickstarter at one point has this (plus two other flavors):



Here's hoping folks enjoy some decent deals from shoporganic.com, and that they go out with a good bang.

And if you have any tips about organic hot sauces, I'm all ears/eyes!

 
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These aren't "Tabasco" type, but they have a lot of Organic products:

Organic Chipotle Habanero Sauce
Organic Jalapeno Sauce
O'Brothers Organics

And, two DIY Tabasco sauces:

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John Polk wrote:These aren't "Tabasco" type, but they have a lot of Organic products:

Organic Chipotle Habanero Sauce
Organic Jalapeno Sauce
O'Brothers Organics

The first two I've bought through shoporganic.com and we like them. I bought loads more on their sale prices just today!
The third I've found at natural markets and it's good.

We tend to cruise through hot sauces. We like spicy gumbo, chilis, tacos, etc. and I use a little bit in our Hollandaise sauce, too. Plus now, I'm trying to encourage Paul to do more spicy sauces and less sugary sauces like ketchup, barbecue, and teriyaki. Neither of us needs the sugars in those!

John Polk wrote:And, two DIY Tabasco sauces:

Mother Earth
The Joy of Cooking

Awesome google-fu here, John! I'm sooo going to try these! Maybe later this summer though. :-)

 
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by far my most favourite hot sauce of all time.

You can make it with dry chili of fresh. Takes a week, or you can forget it for months. Lasts years in the fridge.

Sorry, I don't know any commercial hot sauce. This one is just too good.
 
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R Ranson wrote:by far my most favourite hot sauce of all time.

You can make it with dry chili of fresh. Takes a week, or you can forget it for months. Lasts years in the fridge.

Sorry, I don't know any commercial hot sauce. This one is just too good.

Love it! Bookmarked for later. I have some dried chilies just begging to be turned into this sauce.
 
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