Fuego Hot Sauce Review July 2020 Box

Fuego Hot Sauce July 2020

Listen up, hot sauce lovers, the Fuego hot sauce box for this July 2020 review is sizzling with spicy deliciousness. Therefore, if you haven’t yet gotten around to trying this hot sauce subscription then I will share these delights with you in what to expect below.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated.  Opinions are solely mine. **

The first hot sauce for the review is called Kill Sauce from the Fresno Company of this new Fuego hot sauce July 2020 box. This one has a medium heat from chiles, red bell peppers, habaneros, onion, garlic along with brown sugar. This has a nice kick of heat with savory flavor that is well rounded for a lot of different foods. I recommend tasting this one on scrambled eggs as well as a grilled sandwich first.

Next, I found Korean Ginger hot sauce from Horsehoe Brand. This pepper sauce features gochujang, doenjang and shitake mushroom along with ginger and ginger elixir to give it that lively and balanced heat.

Hellacious is a brown-colored hot sauce from High River Sauces. This one isn’t as devilishly hot as you may imagine. Instead, it is more of a medium heat that has sweet and spicy packed with smokey notes that tasted sensational on my burger yesterday. This sauce would be an ideal compliment to any grilled meats, poultry, fish, eggs, etc.

I am even going to try adding some of the Hellacious sauce to my next bean burger recipe such as my pinto veggie burgers or my lentil mashed potato patties for a nice flavor twist. Another possibility is experimenting with this sauce in my black bean patties that I currently use Spicy Ponzu Sauce from Volcanic Peppers for a change.

Hot pepper sauces are not only healthy from the benefits of its capsaicin for speeding up the body’s metabolism for faster weight loss. This particular component can also help with topical pain and lower the chances of diabetics experiencing insulin spikes.

For those that are still on the fence about hot sauces, if all the health reasons don’t convince you to try a Fuego subscription, then using different varieties is fantastic for cooking and altering flavors of your recipes.

Think of this, but you can improve your health, waistline and taste buds for just $29.95 per box with no extra charge for shipping within the United States when you sign up for a Fuego Box. You also get a card that describes each and how best to enjoy each hot sauce. Do yourself a favor and visit the company’s website and sign up for a Fuego hot sauce box like the July 2020 collection featured in this review.

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