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Single Serving Sriracha Packets?

soypower Jan 16, 2008 03:15 PM

I love, no, need to have sriracha on almost everything I eat and now I've heard that there are single serving sriracha packets (like those ketchup and mustard packets). Can anyone confirm or deny this? And if they do exist, where I can buy them?

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    CraigH Jan 20, 2008 02:53 PM

    I've seen the packets at Ono Hawaiian Barbaque restaurants - usually pick up a few for take out. Haven't seen them for sale anywhere.

    1. Snackish Jan 19, 2008 04:40 PM

      You might try an Asian market - both for the packets OR, failing that, those tiny little refillable fish-shaped bottles usually used for bento soy sauce. They would probably be hell to wash, but it's worth a try because they're only a couple bucks for a dozen.

      1. byrd Jan 18, 2008 07:36 AM

        contact the manufacturer:


        1. goodhealthgourmet Jan 16, 2008 11:55 PM

          these guys don't have it...yet. but i'm guessing they may at some point. i've ordered many travel packs of condiments from them, including tapatio & tabasco [oh, and sort of OT, but a heads-up for my fellow celiacs - they have packets of wheat-free soy sauce]...


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            Cathy Jan 16, 2008 04:48 PM

            I have seen them in one local (San Diego) VietNamese sandwich shop, but not for the last few months (since about October).

            {Yes, I have taken extras home with me...}

            I looked for them at our local bulk non-Costco supplier and did not see them, so imagine they come (or came) from an Asian foods bulk supplier.

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