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I Was Lucky Enough To Be Sent Some Review Samples From @sou

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I was lucky enough to be sent some review samples from @southlondonsauceco . I’ve had both bottles for about a week, and in that time I’ve finished both bottles.
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The “Pain Apple” (pineapple – get it??), was the first sauce I tried. I put it on everything: fresh avo, soups, sandwhiches, burgers, and other things. It’s really nice!! I love hot food & hot sauces etc. What differentiates hot sauces for me is the flavour. Sauces that are just heat with no flavour are boring and a waste of time. But, as you can see from the ingredients list, this has pineapple, ginger, garlic, lime, and scotch bonnets. Such great depth of flavours. I really got on well with this sauce as an everyday grab.
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The 2nd bottle of sauce I had was the “Hot?” Sauce. I used and documented this sauce in my recent Stories (available in my highlights) by making Spicy Cauliflower Chick’n Wings! Usually I use Franks Buffallo Hot Sauce, so this was a nice change from the norm. Again this sauce offered something different. Great depths of flavours again, really easy to pick out the layers of tastes. It acted in a similar way to Franks Sauce, and cooked on my Cauliflower perfectly. For me personally I felt it wasnt quite as hot as Franks, but others I was with who shared my food felt that it might’ve been hotter. We settled and agreed that it was in the same ballpark heatwise, and different taste buds react differently. These were two great little sauces! I would be keen to try others in the growing range, and recommend the ones Ive tried. From what I understand of South London Sauce Company, it is the brain child of Bibes. It appears that he either makes all of the sauces, or has a large influence on the development, management, and production of these brilliant sauces.
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Of course anyone can use any sauce for anything, and to that end SLSC has to market to everyone including non-vegan customers. That said, from what I can see all of the sauces are Vegan friendly. We should all support small indie Vegan businesses, especially in these troubling times. So go and check them out, hit follow & like, and place an order!
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