hottest hot sauce?

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  1. Quint

    Quint New Member

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    I would have to say Dave's Insanity! Any other opinions?
     
  2. Mike81

    Mike81 Well-Known Member

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    Dave's is the hottest I've ever tried and is way to hot for me to eat again. There are a bunch out there that are much much hotter though, I don't dare ever try them, can't imagine.
     

  3. ozzy

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    Hottest sauce is misleading, could be a high % of Cap. Whats the hottest pepper? Personally I like a bit hotter than a jalapeno, hotter than that just aint got taste.
     
  4. JERMSQUIRM

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    well as for sauce with extracts daves is hot. but pure sauce. i got some red savina and garlic from texas select seasonings. its good flavored and 2 drops on eggs will eat ya up. i like hot but not from extracts.

    and ozzy. im growing the b-hut jolokia now. got seads started a while back. 5,000 times hotter than jalepenos. doulbe the heat of red savina. its 1,000,000+ scovilles and currently the worlds hottest pepper acording to guiness.
     
  5. Mike81

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    If your growing those you may want to consider a cast iron commode while doing your bathroom renovation....:eek:oooh:
     
  6. JERMSQUIRM

    JERMSQUIRM New Member

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    got one with a refriderated tank.:smile2:
     
  7. 223reload

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    I have tried Daves ,I thought it was real good ,My brother in law works as a tool pusher for Nabors drilling and he gave me a bottle,I checked thier website an NOW I know why thats the only place you ever see it .That stuff is outta site pricewise.
     
  8. gardengrz

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    or stainless steel :big_smile: :cool2:
     
  9. DANZIG

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    I don't know which is considered the hottest, but "Dave's Insanity" is plenty hot enough for me!

    Have you ever shined an old penny with it? Works great!:smile2:
     
  10. john catfish young

    john catfish young New Member

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    I've tried lots of different hot sauces and I have to say Daves is pretty hot. I have some of the( Daves insanity) and( Daves temporary insanity) . I really like the taste of some of the green sauces on the market now. Good heat and real good flavor.:smile2:
     
  11. jtrew

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    Don't remember the name, but I remember seeing one advertised that wasn't actually a sauce, but granules, about like salt. You used tweezers to put ONE granule into a POT of food.
     
  12. Pirate Jerry

    Pirate Jerry New Member

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    Take a look at chilepepper.com . Its the web site for the best pepper magazine I have found yet.. The March issue is centered around HOT SAUCES..
     
  13. Netmanjack

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    Jerry, that just sounds to hot to handle! lol:eek:oooh::crazy:
     
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    Aint got to worrie about bugs in that garden. Man thats hot. Im a wimp nowadays. I got a bunch of peppers started, Ill see if I have a green thumb or not. I gotta grow them in pots on my balcony cause I live in an apartment. A week old from seed but looking good so far.
     
  16. Netmanjack

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    Those last two look pretty wicked! lol.:crazy:

    I'm not in to killer hot any more although I will try your hottest for fun. I make my own now from red jalapeƱos, salt, garlic and vinegar. Beats the heck out of all those store bought pretty label things.
     
  17. bearcat

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    Hey Netman. Any particular way you put your recipe for home made sauce together. I am growing some peppers this year and would like to make some suace out of them. Just wondering?
     
  18. ozzy

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    Ive never made sauce but for salsa heres my recipe. hot peppers, onions, cilantro, garlic and salt. No more no less.
     
  19. Netmanjack

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    Glad to tell ya. Let the peppers get red. The longer they are red on the plant the sweeter they get, for a hot pepper that is. The flavor is much better than the green. I wash them then cut in one or two pieces. leave the seeds, but remove the stems. Put them in a pot with just enough water to start the juices flowing. I cook them until soft. Put them through some type of food mill to remove seeds and skin. Put the pulp in a blender and add a few cloves of garlic, salt to taste, vinegar and water according to the amount you have. The water thins it. I like mine on the heaver side. I can tell the amount of vinegar by smelling and tasting. It may be strong at the beginning but will cook out. Check out some catchup recipes for a comparison. I put mine up in antique medicine bottles and seal with a cork and wax. Poor into sterile bottles while still hot. It will keep for a year or more. Once opened if you don't use it up fast like I do refrigerate it. Sometimes I throw in some red salsa peppers to heat it up alittle. I'm sure you will have fun and it dosen't take long.
     
  20. Quint

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    There is a couple of chain discount department stores, Marshalls and Ross that carry Dave's quite often at a cheep price.