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Old 02-26-2021, 09:47 PM   #16
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My favorite store bought salsa is local to me. It's not perfect but it's good. It needs more heat and salt IMO.

Robbi's Salsa
https://northlittlerock.org/register/robbis-salsa/

I make one that's very similar to Robbi's, which is Tyler Florence's basic recipe, but it's easier to buy from the store, add salt, and live with the lack of heat.

My favorite national brand is Herdez. I think it's far superior to Pace. Mild, medium, or hot.
https://www.salsas.com/herdez/produc...sa-casera-hot/
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Old 02-27-2021, 12:42 AM   #17
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One of my favorites is from the local farmers market. This farm specializes in heirloom tomatoes, and makes salsa with their less-than-perfect fruit. The hot is a bit too much for me, but we get a mild and a hot to mix.
Might be worth a look when the farmers markets return to normal.
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Old 02-27-2021, 01:02 AM   #18
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San Juan afterburner is great stuff... comes refrigerated... good slow ongoing real heat. Their whole line is great. Made in Arlington, WA so local to us in the PNW...

I’ve been relegated to 1 door of the fridge for my hot sauce habit... damnit.
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Old 02-27-2021, 09:41 AM   #19
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Did someone say Herdez....I like this guac one...although just a hint of alvacado flavor...more like green chili verde.

https://www.salsas.com/herdez/produc...-salsa-medium/
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I'm hooked on Desert Pepper Cantina Red salsa. They also have a green, but I'm not a fan of that one, even though I love green chiles.

https://www.desertpepper.com/
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