A NEW Sriracha?!?!

Hello! How’s it going? I spent yesterday catching up on email and a few projects so I was MIA from RER for a bit. I felt productive though, so that was good!

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Someone else was not-so-productive…

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I guess I ate sushi at some point yesterday. Who needs a good memory when you have a camera phone?!

costco sushi

This morning I woke up feeling ready to run. I usually take 3 days or so off after a full marathon, but I didn’t run RnRSD hard so I felt like I wanted to knock out a few. Do was works for YOU.

run after marathon

Before I ran I had some AB and half a Suja.

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Then, I came back and chomped on some free range organic cat. It’s good for you.

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He was just an appetizer so I made a real breakfast after that.

Recently someone contacted me about Rocky Mountain Sriracha. A group out of Colorado Mesa University started this as a class project and are now turning it into a legit business. They sent me a jar of the good stuff to try.

rocky mountain sriracha

They use a lot of organic ingredients and agave instead of sugar. But the most important thing is, it tastes good.

rocky mountain sriracha on eggs i love sriracha

Question: What’s your favorite condiment/sauce this week?


  1. says

    I love sriracha but try to limit my consumption due to the sodium level. That’s awesome that they created one with organic ingredients! Lately I’ve been creating my own sauces with Greek yogurt and spices or veggies. :)

  2. says

    And here’s the point where everyone goes, OMG that chick is weird…..I don’t like any condiments or sauces. I very rarely use mustard or ketchup, absolutely despise mayo and I don’t use salad dressing. I dont like hot sauce, soy sauce or wait for it….sriracha? Hopefully, we can still be friends. :)

  3. Shannon in Tustin says

    The list is endless:
    TJ’s reduced guilt guacamole
    TJ’s reduced sugar apricot preserves
    TJ’s BBQ sauce
    ketchup and yellow plain mustard (sometimes mixed together)

    Wine (that’s a condiment, right?)

  4. Sarah says

    I’ve been using TJ’s Everything Seasoning grinder on… well, everything! It’s a mix of salt and seasonings and I think it’s helping me to use less salt overall.

    Side note: “Nutritionally and functionally, agave syrup is similar to high-fructose corn syrup and sucrose (Karo) syrup.” -WebMD (http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/the-truth-about-agave) I’d totally prefer that they use actual sugar!

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