Sriracha Hot Sauce


#1

Just letting you guys know…

Don’t use Sriracha sauce in your Soylent. I knew it was pretty insane but why not just once?

Well I vomited out half of it out. lol

Surprising, the remaining Soylent 1.2 kept me “fueled” till work lunch time. Nice.


#2

But…but, I thought Siracha made everything better?


#3

WARNING: high hipster content


#4

Yeah, because only “hipsters” enjoy spicy food…amirite?


#5

How much Sriacha did you add?


#6

No, I like sriracha too, but for some reason in recent years it’s become the “in” thing. I don’t know what the deal is with that, but it’s weird.


#7

Not a hipster either. I love hot sauces. I have this special 500,000 SU hot sauce I can’t wait to try out!

@horsfield I would say 2 spoonful? Small amount for me. I typically add 4.


#8

It’s delicious and ubiquitous and makes everything better from junk food to ‘clean’ cuisine. Hardly hipster

PBR becoming inexplicably popular amongst people who can afford something better? THAT’S hipster.

EDIT: @rolf try it again but this time add PB2 and blend first for a peanut butter sriracha flavor. I haven’t tried this, but peanut butter and sriracha does wonders for oatmeal :smile


#9

Try habanero’s … much less kick!

Yes yes I’m kidding. Do not try habanero’s…Damn sad day in texas where I need to qualify every statement, lest I be sued…Although Sue is quite breathtaking…


#10

Muggle habanero is weak compared to 500k SU not sauce I have. Thise is around 5k to 8k SU if I recall.

nwoll27 thanks for tip but I can’t taste pb2 at all and well not willing to vomit again. :slight_smile: My body does nasty things when I do, worse than average person.


#11

I wonder if you just used too much - I tried this today (before seeing this thread) and it barely took any to give it a decent kick. I haven’t had any problems so far…


#12

Thats my personal life philosophy :smiley:


#13

I usually use quite a bit more for regular meals but I suspect it’s simply how my body interprets soylent and hot sauce than anything else.


#14

Well if your looking for odd things to use with it, I put Sriracha in cottage cheese!

I did try a bit of it in a small sampling of Soylent, and I agree with you, after having Soylent for so long as a sweet, neutral, or coffee flavored things the drastic taste shift mentally does not compute.


#15

I usually add lot chocolate powder to day package. Tastes good. :smile:

To me, raw soylent (unflavored) is undrinkable due to strange taste, but then I don’t taste same way as most people.


#16

People liking things which are good? INSANITY! :open_mouth:


#17

Cayenne goes great with chocolate (I love cayenne in hot chocolate in the winter). You might want to give that a try… Just a bit though. It doesn’t take much.


#18

Thanks for tip. 20char