Specialty hot sauces have become quite common over the past few years. Many people who are interested in these sauces do not just buy a bottle or two — they collect them. If you would similarly like to begin collecting and enjoying specialty hot sauces, here are a few tips to get you started.
1. Don't judge a sauce by the Scoville scale alone.
The Scoville scale is a scale used to measure the hotness of various substances.
If you find a great deal on meat, you might be tempted to order as much meat as possible and simply freeze it. Then, you can keep your meat in storage and simply thaw it out and start cooking when the time comes. Meat that is kept in the fridge doesn't last that long, but meat can be stored in the freezer indefinitely. However, you'll want to make sure that you store it properly.