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  • jfmorris
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    I've used this before, and it was really really good. I do prefer to make my own gochujang based Korean BBQ sauce most of the time though. I am planning to make some Korean bbq sauce this weekend, for serving with some chicken.

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  • FireMan
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    Interesting, that outfit is about 20 minutes from me. In a roundabout way I know the mother of the owners of PS. She & her husband started it away back.

  • Murdy
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    It's really good on Twizzler's

  • Steve B
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    I think if you drank a two liter bottle of Coke while using this bbq sauce you might just become diabetic inside of a week. Or become completely immune to Covid. 🤷🏼

  • Texas Larry
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    I recently marinated and then basted a batch of boneless/skinless chicken thighs in this sauce. Big hit with the crowd I served.

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  • Troutman
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    I've had pretty good results with the P&S products as well. The sauce is really good.

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  • Michael_in_TX
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    A good point! I find myself using far less of this sauce on food than I do other sauces as it is so richly flavored. When I do salmon with it, I don't even season the salmon, I just brush this on at the end. Perhaps 1 tbl per fillet. (As sugar burns easily, I always do this at the end.)

  • MBMorgan
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    They claim a serving size (1 TBSP) is 19g ... which checks out if you divide the whole jar (480g by 25 servings). That's roughly 32% sugar (assuming 6g per serving). Still a bunch ...

  • Murdy
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    Almost all commercial sauces are problematic from a health perspective. Actually, in terms of sugars, this one compares favorably to Sweet Baby Rays, which has17 grams per 2 tbsp. They are both horribly high in salt as well. Which is why I try to make most of mine at home.

  • FireMan
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    Yes it is, sweet, very.

  • FireMan
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    Not to rain on anyone’s parade, but do know that a serving size is 1 tbs, which equates, if my math is right, 8 grams, 6 of those or 75% is added sugar in at least 3 forms, the biggie being high fructose corn syrup. FWIW.

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  • Spinaker
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    Sweet! Thanks for sharing. I will keep an eye open for this one.

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  • Michael_in_TX
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    Bibigo Korean BBQ Sauce

    This is a sauce I picked up at random a few weeks ago at my local grocery store. It's really good. It's more than just sweet and sour; there is a bean paste element that gives it tremendous depth. And, yes, it does taste like a BBQ sauce. The Hot and Spicy version is also decently spicy. I've been using it on tuna, salmon, and chicken. I love it.

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