Williams Sonoma - because we are fancy like that. Well, actually I was on the lookout for the sauces that VegNews posted about by Vedge Restaurant. After asking a few people and looking around we found them, I decided on the tamari sesame flavor and Matt plopped down $16 and we were good to go.
A sauce that costs as much as a meal was going to be saved for something special I told myself. Well, 2 weeks ago I forgot BBQ sauce for our weekly night of BBQ soy curls and as I scrambled around to find something to use I came across the sauce. I said why not and gave it a go.
Matt and I both like this sauce - I super really like it. It has a sweetness to it that is not to sweet, just a sweet kick. I taste garlic and giner along with other spices. It goes well with a bit of Sriracha or Middle Easter hot sauce thrown it to kick up the heat.I know $16 (with tax) is a lot for a sauce but I will buy it again. I am using a bit at a time so I can hold off on making it another pricy habit.
I'd read about this sauce and was interested in it. Glad to hear you liked it.ReplyDelete
For $16 I'm glad you super really liked it! I definitely want to try one of these and I was eyeing the Alfredo sauce last time I was in a Whole Foods somewhere.ReplyDelete
I think you are thinking about the Victoria Vegan pasta sauces. The Vedge sauces are only at Williams - Sonoma. The pasta sauces though are good and about $7 a jar!Delete
I'm so excited to go to Vedge someday. It seems that people universally rave about it. I'm glad that the sauce lived up to the price! I'll have to keep an eye out for it the next time I'm in a city with a Williams Sonoma.ReplyDelete
oh cool! I've heard such great things about Vedge, but I didn't know about their line of sauces. I'm all for an occasional splurge for fun and tasty products!!ReplyDelete
You are fancy shmancy and that sauce makes you shmancier :)ReplyDelete