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The problem with TB hot sauce is that I go to Del Taco more, and then I get all the sauces mixed up.  Mainly cuz it can be confusing as to which sauce is hottest.  But yeah, TB Fire is the best TB one.  Their hotter one is interesting, it's got a bit of green pepper taste to it,  But it's also much hotter, so I have to make sure I don't use a whole packet.

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42 minutes ago, Bloodporne said:

What is it with Americans and sweet potatoes in everything!? I need it explained to me. In my 20 years here, I still haven't cracked that one.

 

Other than thanksgiving or a place that serves sweet potato fries special I don't think I've had sweet potatoes in anything else.  Maybe you should explain what you're talking about instead.

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12 minutes ago, Keyser_Soze said:

 

Other than thanksgiving or a place that serves sweet potato fries special I don't think I've had sweet potatoes in anything else.  Maybe you should explain what you're talking about instead.

Maybe you should explain why you need me to explain what I'm talking about? Ever think of that smarty pants?

 

And sweet potato fries...who...why!?

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2 hours ago, Bloodporne said:

Maybe you should explain why you need me to explain what I'm talking about? Ever think of that smarty pants?

 

And sweet potato fries...who...why!?

 

Maybe in Germany sweet potatoes are something else.

 

Like my Swiss friend described when she came to America she heard there was a place called Wienerschnitzel (which I guess actually means something in Germany / Switzerland ) and was disappointed to find out it was just a hot dog place.

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1 hour ago, AbsolutSurgen said:

Fire is about as hot as "Frank's Red Hot" -- it adds flavour, but almost nothing in the way of heat.


It has good flavor but it’s unbearably hot to me. I can’t eat it. 
 

Even the “hot” option (a step below fire) is too hot. So I usually dilute it with mild sauce (2 mild packets mixed with 1 hot) and it’s perfect and I can eat it without pain but still have a little spice. 

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23 minutes ago, Rachel said:


It has good flavor but it’s unbearably hot to me. I can’t eat it. 
 

Even the “hot” option (a step below fire) is too hot. So I usually dilute it with mild sauce (2 mild packets mixed with 1 hot) and it’s perfect and I can eat it without pain but still have a little spice. 

You just don’t like hot things. Which is OK. 
 

Fire is only about 500 Scoville, I can tell the difference between it and mild, but it’s not really comparable to “hot” food at most restaurants. 

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4 minutes ago, AbsolutSurgen said:

You just don’t like hot things. Which is OK. 
 

Fire is only about 500 Scoville, I can tell the difference between it and mild, but it’s not really comparable to “hot” food at most restaurants. 


I like fire sauce, it’s just painful. I have a low spicyness tolerance. The flavor of it is much better than hot TBH. 

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2 hours ago, Keyser_Soze said:

 

Maybe in Germany sweet potatoes are something else.

 

Like my Swiss friend described when she came to America she heard there was a place called Wienerschnitzel (which I guess actually means something in Germany / Switzerland ) and was disappointed to find out it was just a hot dog place.

Funny thing is this exact same thing happened to me in Cali. It's like naming a place PRIME RIB and it exclusively serves chicken fingers. THis is an actual Wiener Schnitzel meal to illustrate her confusion:

 

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2 hours ago, Keyser_Soze said:

 

Maybe in Germany sweet potatoes are something else.

 

Like my Swiss friend described when she came to America she heard there was a place called Wienerschnitzel (which I guess actually means something in Germany / Switzerland ) and was disappointed to find out it was just a hot dog place.

Wiener schnitzel Its a breaded veal cutlet.  Maybe its a Cali thing not knowing that?  Because it is pretty common restaurant item in the Midwest and in central Canada -- particularly at Oktoberfest.

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13 minutes ago, Chris- said:

Nah, I’m content to let you split that hair. Idc


It’s important. There is a sauce at taco bell called FIRE and there is a sauce called HOT. 
 

What if someone reads just your thread title then goes to TB and asks for “fire hot” and they get the wrong thing?????

 

YOU DIDN’T EVEN THINK ABOUT THAT DID YOU

 

THINK ABOUT THE PEOPLE YOU COULD HURT

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