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    What are the 2 types of sauce they give you with pho? I think one is chilie sauce and the other... maybe teriyaki???
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    Hoisin (seafood) sauce.
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    I've never had seafood sauce with my pho. I've has fish oil whenever I order a rice vermicelli noodle dish but as far as I know pho places always have hot sauce and teriyaki along with soy sauce for your pho.

    Teriyaki sauce isn't bad with Pho Sate in my opinion but only a little bit.

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    That brown sweet sauce is hoisin/seafood sauce. It's of the sweeter variety (way sweeter than the LEE KUM KEE brand seafood sauce). Officially, the LEE KUM KEE brand is seafood sauce, and the pho sauce is called hoisin, but in english they're both called seafood/hoisin (confusing). But I guarantee you it's not teriyaki man haha.

    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.
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    I swear that Hoisin sauce is terriaki and Honey Garlic sauce mixed together.
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    http://www.mingspantry.com/m-hoison.html

    This is the brand of Hoisin sauce that I use at home. It's very close to most of the Pho shops choice of hoisin sauce.
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    Originally posted by rage2
    That brown sweet sauce is hoisin/seafood sauce. It's of the sweeter variety (way sweeter than the LEE KUM KEE brand seafood sauce). Officially, the LEE KUM KEE brand is seafood sauce, and the pho sauce is called hoisin, but in english they're both called seafood/hoisin (confusing). But I guarantee you it's not teriyaki man haha.

    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.
    hmm where does lee kum kee oyster sauce fit into the mix? i use it for my fried greens.

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    it doesnt fit in its just commonly called seafood sauce.

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    ho yow is fucking useless! except when you are really poor and use it to lo mein

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    Originally posted by GTS Jeff
    hmm where does lee kum kee oyster sauce fit into the mix? i use it for my fried greens.
    Oyster sauce is'nt sweet, much more sour and it has a more pungent taste to it.
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    Originally posted by rage2
    That brown sweet sauce is hoisin/seafood sauce. It's of the sweeter variety (way sweeter than the LEE KUM KEE brand seafood sauce). Officially, the LEE KUM KEE brand is seafood sauce, and the pho sauce is called hoisin, but in english they're both called seafood/hoisin (confusing). But I guarantee you it's not teriyaki man haha.

    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.
    Really? I did not know that...always thought it was teriyaki. Either way it tastes pretty good.

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    Originally posted by rage2
    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.


    that stuff kicks ASS i put it on almost everything...

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    Originally posted by rage2
    http://www.mingspantry.com/m-hoison.html

    This is the brand of Hoisin sauce that I use at home. It's very close to most of the Pho shops choice of hoisin sauce.




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    Originally posted by rage2

    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.
    No kidding man! I must have gone thru 10 bottles of that stuff in the last 3 months.. It goes on everything from Kraft dinner to spaghetti sauce!!

    I get funny looks at the asian supermarket on Center every time I'm in for my weekly bottle
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    Where else can you get that sriracha sauce? Unfortunately, Lethbridge's chinatown is somewhat lacking
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    Try Superstore, they're reknown for carrying Asian products. Although you are in Lethbridge....

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    Originally posted by rage2
    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.
    I've seen more than one brand of Sriracha, is it the rooster one? I've been hunting for the best hot sauce for the longest time.

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    Originally posted by rage2

    The hot sauce is usually SRIRACHA brand. That shit's addictive, I got bottles of that at home.
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