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We discovered this stuff while staying at Playgrounds in Nica; looks like it's a Costa Rican brand. Our crew ended up putting it on everything and drained several bottles over the week that we were there. Haven't tried to source it here in the States yet...
 

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We discovered this stuff while staying at Playgrounds in Nica; looks like it's a Costa Rican brand. Our crew ended up putting it on everything and drained several bottles over the week that we were there. Haven't tried to source it here in the States yet...
yea CR staple. not to spicy but then again nothing is down there.
 

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We discovered this stuff while staying at Playgrounds in Nica; looks like it's a Costa Rican brand. Our crew ended up putting it on everything and drained several bottles over the week that we were there. Haven't tried to source it here in the States yet...
had a ton of it...wasn't bad minding it was the only thing at hand
 
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We discovered this stuff while staying at Playgrounds in Nica; looks like it's a Costa Rican brand. Our crew ended up putting it on everything and drained several bottles over the week that we were there. Haven't tried to source it here in the States yet...
I get it on Amazon. The Lizano Tabasco is really good too. Way different and way more flavor than the Tabasco we have here.

 
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yea CR staple. not to spicy but then again nothing is down there.
:shrug:
If you eat at sodas and tried the jar full of veggies etc at the table you would find spicy in CR:cheers:CR uses/grows Panamanium chiles which are habenero hot.
 

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my fridge is littered with stuff like this - hot sauce failures, bbq sauce failures, salad dressing failures....condiments and seasonings that were never quite as good as the label suggested
:trout:
Salad dressing is literally the easiest thing to make with basic pantry ingredients.
 
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Salad dressing is literally the easiest thing to make with basic pantry ingredients.
it is and there's no excuse for not doing it....and i actually make some epic concoctions (try my sweet chili vinaigrette sometime). but every now and then, in a moment of weakness, i get sucked into buy something that looked tasty at the grocery store....and it never fails to disappoint.
someday i'll learn :trout:
 

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Plus fresh dill makes any thing taste good :cheers:
it does :shaka:

my dill has bolted for the season, but i stuff bags of it in the freezer every year. if you pull it out frozen, it's choppable for about 20 seconds before it thaws and wilts, but's that good enough to have close-enough-to-fresh dill all year, on demand.